school & group reservations
For 50 years, Old Bethpage Village Restoration has been educating people of all ages in all things 19th century. Explore the history of an antebellum Long Island agricultural community with your class or organization while on a self-guided walking tours!
Visit our historic buildings, learn from our tradespeople and historic interpreters and experience the sights, sounds, and yes, even smells, of the 1800's.
Learn about agricultural skills of rural America.
At certain times of the year, students have the opportunity to try their hand at activities such as writing on slate boards, rolling wooden hoops on country roads, making string dolls, carding wool and other activities that illustrate 19th century life on Long Island.
School and Group reservations must be made in advance. Group reservations must contain a minimum of 15 persons.
For school and group reservations, and for further information, availability, and rates, please call 516-572-8409.
Other ways to become a part of history!
In addition to our 19th century self-guided walking tours, we also offer other school programs including a collaborative effort between Old Bethpage Village Restoration and our neighbor, The Museum of American Armor.
WWII Education Day invites students, and teachers, to be fully immersed in the history of WWII while traveling between stations staffed by our knowledgeable staff and living historians. Call us at 516-572-8409 to see how your school can become involved!
For more information, and to begin your classes' journey into the past, fill out this form below!