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School Field Trips

School Field Trips

The Sanford Centennial Museum is a great place for school-aged children to visit. Many schools are already using our displays as a teaching tool. Children love to experience the way life used to be!

Our trains, "work-saving" tools and the one-room schoolhouse are always big hits with the kids and allow teachers to talk about history, technology, math, physics and reading.

A tour guide will walk with your class discussing all of the displays. The children are allowed hands-on access to the tools and are also given access to the inside of the train engine and will walk through the two cabooses.

They can experience “texting” on a manual typewriter, writing on a slate tablet with chalk, and so much more!

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Students can explore our website and Sanford Centennial Museum Map prior to their visit to stimulate discussion of the museum and formulate their questions for our tour guides. Teachers, please call the museum to arrange your trip!

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