The Reginald F. Lewis Museum offers education programs that encourage students, educators and families to celebrate and think critically about African American history and culture in Maryland. The museum’s collection explores the African American experience and tells the universal story of the struggle for liberty, equality and self-determination.
Download the 2013-2014 School Program Guide
Learn about our full menu of school tours; theatrical performances in our theater for school groups about prominent African Americans; and other opportunities for students through the museum. Included in the guide is information about professional development opportunities for Maryland educators to obtain recertification credits through course work exploring the curriculum, An African American Journey.
Let the museum bring your field trip experience to life through interactive theme tours, history performances or with activities for preschoolers.Book Now.
Examine the museum’s professional development courses on African American history and curriculum resources offerings for educators.Access Teacher Resources.
Find out how students can take an active role in the Museum’s programs and exhibitions.See More Details
Planning to visit the museum with your family? Learn about Saturday’s Child activities, family programs and festival celebrations throughout the year.See More Details.
Learn about the museum’s ongoing partnership with the Maryland State Department of Education. Visit the Maryland State Department of Education’s website for the latest information and resources available to Maryland educators.See More Details.