The Penn Museum's division of Learning & Community Engagement is a close partner of the South Asia Center by collaborating on programming for K-16 and the public.
Explore a world of history and culture with your students at the Penn Museum. See real artifacts, uncover ancient heritage, and talk with educators and experts in this unique field trip opportunity. Onsite and virtual visit options are available. Check out our events calendar for plenty of free and low-cost virtual events for the public.
Do you teach in a Title I school? Take advantage of free programs for your students.
The Museum welcomes your students onsite with a wide variety of programs for all grades and abilities. Create your own itinerary by picking from tours, interactive workshops, and International Classroom speakers, all hosted at the Museum. Contact us today to answer your questions and find creative ways to meet your learning needs within your budget.
Can’t come to the museum? We continue to offer our award-winning live interactive virtual learning programs throughout the year!
Learn more about world cultures and living traditions from international scholars, educators, and artists. Since 1987, the International Classroom Program has connected K-12 communities with global learning opportunities at the Museum and in their very own classrooms. The International Classroom workshops support the global citizenship skills of learners of all ages through the sharing of world languages, multiple perspectives, intercultural communication, and appreciation for cultural diversity. Through interactive activities and thematic discussions, students gain knowledge, skills, and awareness of our increasingly interconnected global society.
Increase your content knowledge and explore new ways to teach students about the ancient world through professional development at the Penn Museum. All professional development opportunities offer Act 48 credits to participating teachers.