Museum Field Trips
Take a field trip to the Foxfire Museum! Foxfire offers a variety of virtual and in-person learning opportunities for K-12 students. Go beyond the glass case and hike through Appalachian history during a tour of our outdoor museum, or stream a live chat with a curator right to your classroom! Our programs meet Georgia state standards in all disciplines.
Foxfire is currently scheduling small group tours. We are also developing digital materials for classroom or at-home learning. If you are interested in learning more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
COVID shouldn’t interrupt your students’ learning! Explore our virtual learning activities for your students.
Looking for learning activities? Visit the page link below to find interdisciplinary and inquiry-based activities for students of all ages. Check out Foxfire’s artifact collections or listen to our podcast “It Still Lives” with audio straight from our archive!
Are you a parent or relative wanting to enhance your child’s visit to the Foxfire Museum & Heritage Center? Download and print our Activity Booklet, ideal for learners between 3rd and 5th grade!
Virtual Field Trips
Visit Foxfire virtually! Foxfire now offers field trips streamed right to your classroom.
Our *live* virtual field trips include a 25-minute tour of a Foxfire building, followed by a 25-minute Q&A for your students with a museum professional. We will work with you to build a tour that meets your students’ needs and interests. Streaming is available through Zoom or Google Meet. This is a great option for homeschoolers and pandemic pods!
Interested in learning more or ready to schedule your tour? Submit a field trip request to email@example.com today!
The Foxfire Approach
We are currently redeveloping the our approach to teacher education. Learn more about the approach and core practices here!
*Please note, due to COVID-19, our 2020 workshop has been cancelled.