Cape Florida Lighthouse Grade Level: 3rd-12th · 2-hour program · Group Size: 60 · Sample Standards: SS.4.A, SS.8.A, SS.912.A
Change your perspective on South Florida history. Explore the Cape Florida Lighthouse inside and out to gain a better understanding of life in nineteenth century South Florida while learning about the Seminole War attack on the lighthouse and Cape Florida’s importance to the Underground Railroad. Walk the nature trails to see first-hand how the natural environment impacted the lives of those who have lived here. Cost $250 per group of 30*
Miami-Dade County Courthouse Grade Level: 3rd-12th · 2-hour program · Group Size: 60 · Sample Standards: SS.6.C, SS.7.C, SS.8.C
Experience our justice system first hand as you walk the halls of the historic Miami-Dade County Courthouse with your students! We will explore the ins and outs of our judicial system through a mock trial, the jury selection process and a visit to a legal library. Cost $250 per group of 30*
Archaeology Along the Miami River Grade Level: 3rd-12th · 2-hour program · Group Size: 30 · Sample Standards: SS.4.G, SS.7.G, SS.3.G
Explore our city’s past, present and future with a walk along the historic Miami River. From the Tequesta people who met Ponce de Leon to the Founding Mothers of Miami, Julia Tuttle and Mary Brickell, and the Seminole Indians who traveled its length, this working river showcases our past. This guided tour flows upriver to highlight our prehistoric roots and the later settlers who changed the river’s course and purpose. Cost $250 per group of 30*
*One teacher/chaperone per ten students is admitted free. Additional adults: $8 each.