Education at the Heart of Hull House
A broad array of experiences are currently being offered to visitors through a variety of methods to encourage understanding and appreciation of the multifaceted heritage story presented here. We strive to develop a ‘hands-on’ experience for visitors.
The house is presently open for group tours including student groups and commercial tour companies. We continue to develop new topics for our lecture series, seminars, field trips and focused field studies. We currently have seasonal and themed special events which provide new reasons to visit the site on a repeat basis. These include our Hands-On Heritage Days, Living History Lectures, and Revolutionary War Days. See our events page for upcoming events!
History Camp for Kids is now accepting applications. Camp will be held July 17th-21st from 9 AM to 4 PM for students entering fifth through seventh grade. Cost is $250 for the week. For a full description of camp activities, please see the Events page. "History Camp for Kids" provides a full five days of activities designed for students to learn about and experience pioneer life in Western New York circa 1820. Campers will engage in pioneer chores and games, cooking and sewing, crafts and trades. They will learn about Native American life on the WNY frontier, as well as American involvement in the Revolutionary War, and War of 1812. In addition, they will participate in an archaeological dig and learn about caring for and cataloging artifacts.
For more information and an application, contact Suzanne Jacobs, Education Director at 716 681-5494