Offering education programs ensures that we share and promote the history of the people of Simcoe County. The Museum’s goal is to reach audiences of all ages, interests and capabilities and to serve as an educational and recreational resource for the community. The Simcoe County Museum provides a broad slate of Education programs based on the Ontario Curriculum. These programs provide hands-on enriched learning opportunities that explore the County’s rich natural and cultural heritage. The Museum also offers a wide range of programs for Youth Groups such as Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
|Counsellor in Training Program||https://museum.simcoe.ca/programs/ctraining||Counsellor in Training Program||The purpose of the Counsellor in Training Program (CIT) is to provide youth with the opportunity to develop important leadership and interpersonal skills.|
|Birthday Parties||https://museum.simcoe.ca/programs/birthday||Birthday Parties||Celebrate your birthday with friends at the Simcoe County Museum. We have three different birthday party themes to choose from, for children ages 6 to 12.|
|Upcoming Events||https://museum.simcoe.ca/programs/upcoming-events||Upcoming Events||The Simcoe County Museum offers special events all year round.|
|School||https://museum.simcoe.ca/programs/school||School||The Simcoe County Museum offers a wide range of curriculum based Education and Interpretive programs for elementary and secondary school students.|
|Outreach||https://museum.simcoe.ca/programs/outreach||Outreach||If you cannot bring your students to the Museum, why not have our Education staff come to you? Many of our programs are easily adapted for the classroom.|
|Camps||https://museum.simcoe.ca/programs/camps||Camps||The Simcoe County Museum offers a wide range of P.A. Days, Winter Break, March Break and Summer day camps for children 6 years to 12 years old.|