Washington Crossing makes for an interesting study in many disciplines. The site is saturated by the history of an event as told by iconographic images and can make an interesting case study in art history.
Art and photography classes are welcome to be in the designated site visitor areas for their classes. (Exterior views only.)
The site has varied architecture in each section and is a great place to introduce your students to communities and early businesses through the Village of Taylorsville.
We can work with your group or provide an opportunity for you to use the site with your curriculum. (However, any use of the interiors of buildings does require Park personnel and therefore does require the guided tour fees to be paid.) Please feel free to call to discuss options for using your specific disciplines and topics at the site.