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Education Programs 

Education at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology puts history directly in the hands of your students. A school field trip to the museum brings the past to life through our unique and experiential programs. With access to almost two million artifacts and over a century of archaeological research, your students will enjoy a truly immersive learning environment while exploring over 13,000 years of human heritage in Ontario.

Our education programming is continuously been updated to better reflect the Ontario curriculum with specific focus on social studies, science and technology and mathematics. We provide many experiential and hands-on opportunities exploring archaeology and Ontario’s past. All of our programs are created to meet your curriculum needs and give you a selection of activities that will expand your classroom experience.

We are booked for the remainder of the school year (June 2022). Stay tuned for our Fall 2022 programming!


We are now offering live virtual tours and programs that complement the Ontario Curriculum for both Elementary and Secondary!

Elementary Grades

Secondary Grades


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Please note that while the same program may be offered to multiple grades, we will specially tailor each program to reflect the curriculum expectations of your class!

Inquire about an educational program here!

Grades 1-3

Grades 4-6

Grades 7-8

Secondary School

Edu-Kits and Outreach


Museum School London

The MOA is a proud participant of Museum School London.

During the Museum School London week at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, students will enjoy a week of hands-on and interactive activities all designed with the Ontario Curriculum in mind. Activities are built around the Social Studies, Science and Technology, as well as Arts and Mathematics  curriculums and focus on Ontario‚Äôs Indigenous history, historical thinking concepts, and how archaeology works. Weeks include a blend of simulated excavations, activities, traditional games, and a hike in the adjacent creek area.
Interested teachers can contact the London Heritage Council at museumschool@londonheritage.ca or visit London Heritage Council- Museum School London for more information on how to apply!


Contact our Digital Programming & Communication Officer, Kristy at: kristy@archaeologymuseum.ca