Is your school, classroom, or club interested in learning about local history? An educational forum is the perfect activity for your group!
During these S.T.E.A.M. focused events, students are divided into small groups and led in 20 minute break out sessions.
Sessions include Arts (with a take home project), Living History House Tour (where students learn why this house was saved for them), and Kitchen Conversations (where students discuss technological changes and Frank Lloyd Wright architecture).
Students, teachers, and club members enjoy a home-baked roll with hand churned butter before heading on their way.
To schedule an educational forum, please give us a call at 580-512-9153.
Take a tour of the Foreman Prairie House and step back in time.
Our knowledgeable volunteers will guide you through the home, room by room, and share the story of its history, the family that once called it home, and the house as it stands today.
Tours are held every Thursday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $5 per person and tours last approximately one hour.