DISCOVER DRAYTON HALL
For over 30 years, programs that are standards‑based, interdisciplinary, and age‑appropriate. Developed in partnership with teachers; regularly field-tested, evaluated, and updated.
Bring your class to the oldest preserved plantation house in America that is open to the public. Founded in 1738, when George Washington was just a boy, the house has stood through the rise and fall of plantation society, survived devastating natural disasters and wars, and remained intact in the face of modernization.
- Curriculum-based programs integrate math, science, geography, art, social studies, physical education, and language arts, while helping to develop analytical skills that enable students to synthesize and evaluate information.
- Creative problem solving through interactive learning stations and inquiry tours engages students in new ways.
- Participation and making connections to the students’ own experiences are encouraged and guided by our professional education staff.
For reservations, and pricing:
Group Tour Coordinator,
843-769-2630 or by e-mail.