Come visit us for memorable learning adventures! Explore the museum through a factory tour and workshops designed for students in the public schools. Museum visits address the core content in the Kentucky public schools and the academic standards in the Indiana public schools.
Factory and Museum Tours for K-12 Students
On their tour of APH, students can see the production of braille publications, the recording of Talking Books, a demonstration of educational materials, and experience the exhibits and interactive displays in the Museum.
Each tour is tailored to suit the time each group has available, the age level of the students, their educational interests, and any special needs.
For younger groups we recommend a one-hour visit. Allow an hour and a half or longer for older students.
Museum Workshops for K-12 Students
Teachers may choose to bring their students one of our workshops designed specifically for school groups. Workshops focus on some aspect of the Museum collections and involve hands-on experiential learning.
Correlations to the Kentucky Program of Studies and Core Content and to the Indiana Academic Standards are listed at the end of each program description.
Pre-Visit Materials for K-12 Students
After you register, we will send you a packet of information and suggested activities to prepare students for their visit. You can also view the information online by visiting these links:
- Tour Tips
- Background Information
- Knowledge Quest
- Facts About Dog Guides
- Meeting Someone Who is Blind
- The Basics of Braille/Braille Activities
- Vocabulary List
Follow the links below for booklists related to blindness. (These are PDFs in a different file.)
You may also wish to borrow one of our Loan Kits before or after your visit.