Homeschool Support

The Frontier Culture Museum offers homeschool families the opportunity to learn history in the way that homeschoolers learn best: through active involvement in the day-to-day activities of the past. Students are encouraged to participate in cooking, gardening, wool and flax processing, and animal care. Special events can also be found throughout the year just for homeschool families.

Please note that current COVID-19 best practices may restrict some hands-on activities, but our interpretive staff will still provide engaging demonstrations and discussions.

For groups of 15 or more interested in setting up a specific program, contact our Director of Education at education@fcmv.virginia.gov.


2021 Spring Homeschool Days

May 5-7
Two sessions available on each date:
– Morning sessions (9:00am-12:30pm)
– Afternoon sessions (1:30pm-5:00pm)

Special Admission Fees:  $5 Adult, $3 Youth, Under 6 Free, Free for Annual Pass Holders

Advance Ticket Purchase: To ensure access to your preferred day and session*, we recommend purchasing your tickets in advance. Click here to reserve your tickets today.

* COVID-19 safety protocols are being followed – Only 250 people admitted per session; Interpreter demonstrations will be conducted at safe distances; Masks required indoors and whenever 6 feet social distancing isn’t possible. Please come prepared. Thanks!