Historic Cold Spring Village’s Education Program relates the history of the region to the broader scope of New Jersey, American and World history. HCSV offers programs for students of all ages; presentations can be adapted to any grade level.

We See America Learning: Teaching Early American History through ‘iVisits’

Distance Learning programgs are offered to school systems nationwide and delivered via a state-of-the-art videoconferencing technology system, Monday through Friday between Mid October to Late April. **Now available through Skype** Learn More

Visits to the Past: Field Trip Program

Field trips to Historic Cold Spring Village offer students and teachers the opportunity to experience the past first-hand. Select buildings are open exclusively for school groups and interpretive staff demonstrates the trades, crafts and lifestyles of Early America. Learn More

Junior Apprentice Program

This selective summer program gives students, ages 11-13, the opportunity to become work alongside HCSV staff on consecutive Tuesdays and Wednesdays in July and August. Learn More

Traveling Trunks Program

With support from the Schultz-Hill Foundation, HCSV has donated trunks to schools in Cape May and Atlantic counties that are filled with learning tools, objects and information to bring a living history lesson to the classroom each time the trunk is opened.

For additional information on the Education Program, please contact Bill Cloer at (609) 898-2300, ext. 17 or bcloer@hcsv.org.

The education program is funded in part by the Schultz-Hill Foundation, the Friends of HCSV and HCSV Foundation, Inc.