Learn & Play
During a hunt in 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt refused to kill a Black Bear. After political cartoons depicting the incident were published, toy-makers started creating “Teddy Bears.”
Experience. Educate. Investigate.
The Frazier History Museum’s school programs are the driving force behind our mission and primary reason for existence – helping some of our most important visitors, students, learn from the past in order to create a better future. Through a variety of school programs, both in the museum and in the classroom, and teacher workshops, the Frazier Museum takes the historic content “off the page” and makes it relevant to our lives today. Please review all our offerings in the boxes below – from Guided Programs here at the museum to our Distance Learning and Classroom Outreach selections. Click here for a preview of our upcoming temporary exhibits!
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