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Take advantage of opportunities to bring Lowcountry topics to life
A trip outside the classroom is often a highlight in a student’s year. They remember the experience and, more importantly, what they learned. The Morris Center offers a variety of lesson plans and programs for schools and other educational organizations. Tailored to South Carolina’s Curriculum Standards, these lessons and programs engage and inspire students with hands-on learning activities.
School groups interested in scheduling a fieldtrip should contact the Director of Programs & Exhibits, Annmarie Reiley-Kay at Areiley@morrisheritagecenter.org or at 843-284-9227, ext. 0.
School visits are free but are self-guided. Teachers can add a program to the visit, but the cost depends on the length of the program and materials (per student cost).
Take a look at the list below and discover all the ways your students can learn with the Morris Center.
Honey Hill Battle – Civil War History
The Center offers civil war programs with engaging interpreters such as a 54th Massachusetts interpreter or a South Carolina Confederate soldier interpreter. Please call the Morris Center for more information 843-284-9227.
Roots: The Lowdown on Lowcountry Cuisine Exhibit
Dawn of Freedom: The Freedmen’s Town of Mitchelville, SC Exhibit – Reconstruction Era History
US 17: A Road Side Story – Transportation History