There are many resources available at the Museum for educators. Please read below or contact the Museum at (561) 655-2833.

Due to current social distancing guidelines, group and docent-led tours — including tours for organized school groups — are not being offered at this time. For up-to-date information on visiting the Museum, click here to go to the Visitor Information page.

Teachers are invited to use our Virtual Tour of Whitehall and the Flagler Kenan Pavilion as part of their teaching toolbox. Our Virtual Tour uses photos, text, and audio narration to guide online visitors through the first and second floor of Whitehall as well as through the Flagler Kenan Pavilion and Railcar No. 91. Audio narration for each stop is available in English, Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese. Click here to go to the Virtual Tour page now.

 

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This Newspapers In Education tabloid tells the story of Henry Flagler's profound contributions to the development of Florida and especially our local community in Palm Beach County.  Flagler’s Legacy is rich with classroom activity ideas derived from Next Generation Sunshine State Standards and Common Core Curriculum, and includes several historic images and maps.

 

 

 

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Flagler's Florida a Newspapers in Education Tabloid

The award-winning Flagler's Florida meets Next Generation Sunshine State Standards and provides ready-made lesson plans that can be tailored to many levels of student ability. The 32-page Tabloid focuses on five content areas, and provides a framework for understanding this monumental period of American history:
- Henry Flagler and His Time
- Henry Flagler and American Business
- Henry Flagler: Inventor of Modern Florida
- Whitehall: Florida’s First Museum
- The Legacy of Henry Flagler and the Gilded Age

 

Front-Cover_webThe Flagler Museum Teacher's Resource Guide

The Flagler Museum's Teacher’s Resource Guide is designed to help you and your students gain an understanding of Henry Flagler and America’s Gilded Age. The guide includes:

- Current curriculum based on Florida Standards

- Six Lessons that offer specific resources for studying Henry Flagler