Education at the Heart of Hull House
SCHEDULE A FIELD TRIP
Learn about the rich history of the Hull family and their role in shaping the local community! Student field trips to the Hull Family Home & Farmstead are being scheduled from May through October. Currently, we offer interactive lessons which align with the New York State Social Studies Framework for Grades 4 and 7. We can also work with you to develop a trip tailored to your specific needs and interests.
There will be a $100 per classroom fee for half-day field trips (approximately 2 hours) and $200 per classroom fee for extended-day field trips (approximately 4 hours). We request that there be a 1:10 adult-to-child ratio for supervision purposes. Please note that due to its historic nature, the Hull House is not handicapped accessible on all floors.
For more information, please contact Suzanne Jacobs, Education Director at (716) 681-5494
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The Hull Family
Life in the Early 1800s
Clothing During the Regency Era
Learning & Leisure in the 1800s
The Hull Family & the War of 1812
Restoration Videos/Virtual Tour Worksheets
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YouTube links to videos about our historic site and questions for students to complete as they watch these videos
Questions for students to consider while they take a virtual tour of the Hull Family Home