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Bell Homestead National Historic Site

Bring your class, Scouting or Guiding group for a full or half-day themed, curriculum-based education program at the home of the invention of the telephone. Students will learn technological and scientific themes related to Alexander Graham Bell as well as social themes related to the Bell family and the late 19th century. Programs include an interactive tour of the Bell Homestead and Henderson Home, hands-on activities and experiments, and making calls with our 1930’s telephones. Can’t come to us? Ask us about our Virtual Education Workshops.

CONTACT: Sarah Hamilton, Education Coordinator – 519 756 6220
WEBSITE: www.brantford.ca/en/things-to-do/bell-homestead.aspx
LOCATION: 94 Tutela Heights Road, Brantford, ON, N3T 1A1

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GRADES Jr. Kindergarten to 12

Min Group Size: 10 Participants
Max Group Size: 40 Participants
Length: ½ day – 2 hrs, full-day – 4 hrs
Subject Areas: Science, Social Studies, Art, Geography

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