The MdHS offers education programs that highlight the society’s collections, provide deeper context to exhibitions, and allow a forum for discussion and learning in a variety of formats and fields.

School programs introduce students to important topics in Maryland history and demonstrate the state’s role in national and world events. The MdHS helps school teachers augment their classroom lesson through field trips to the museum and outreach programs in schools across the state.

Adult programs are offered year round and vary in topic and format to meet the interests and educational needs of different adult learners. Lectures, workshops, symposia, music and theatre presentations allow adults to interact with MdHS collections and the topics important in the state’s history. Programs developed by the Francis Scott Key Society take patrons into historic homes around Maryland and provide another fun learning opportunity for adults interested in the past. 

Click below for important information on MdHS school programs: 

School programs reservation and cancellation policy

Information for parents and chaperones

Directions to MdHS for buses 

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