Historic House Call: Creating Engaging and Memorable Tours

Historic House Call: Creating Engaging and Memorable Tours Webinar January 30 @…


Bring Out Your Dead

With the coming of the New Year I have been reflecting a lot on…death...that’s…


A Little Help from Our Friends: AASLH Technical Leaflets

The key reason we named our original Educators and Interpreters blog…


A “Senior” Moment on Guided Tours

By 2015, AARP forecasts that 45% of the United States population will be age 50…


What I'm Looking for... (thoughts from a nine-year-old museum visitor)

Tyler (right) and her sister Ryan with Harry Potter's robe at the Smithsonian.…


What I'm Looking For... (thoughts from an 11-year-old museum visitor)

Slave pen at the Freedom Center The Ed/Interpreters Affinity Committee asked…


No More Generic Lady of the House

It’s Women’s History Month, and the question begs to be asked: How well does…


re Your Docents Dull, Dwindling or Dying? We Can Help!

Erik Holland (Director, Education & Interpretative Services at the North…


Tour “Too Rushed” Not About Time – Who’d Have Thunk?

At Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello, we receive a lot of visitor feedback…


Tour Scheduling – Help is on the Way!

Scheduling tours can be a time consuming endeavor that many of us with small…