Through the Mobile Museum, Coastal Heritage Society takes educational programs on the road and out into the community. Our programs include projects that engage students in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math), health and wellness, social studies, and environmental education. The Mobile Museum provides a diverse range of curriculum through various programs. For example: Busy Bees teaches the importance of environmental conservation; health and wellness concepts and math lessons are taught through cooking classes with the Charlie Cart Mobile Kitchen; Student Militias focusing on Civil War and Revolutionary War history lead our social studies curriculum; and Mad Scientist and Rocketry programs reinforce science, technology, engineering, and math curriculum.

All educational programs will be delivered by and coordinated through Coastal Heritage Society educators to primarily engage grades K-8 in the region. The program will be integrated into CHS's feld trip program in which schools, community centers, and other institutions can charter CHS educators and curriculum-based lessons to provide enhanced hands-on learning experiences.

Contact info for Mobile Museum:
Megan Cox
Director of Sales, Educational Programs for pricing, available dates and more at 912-312-4155 or at

For additional information, you can download our digital Mobile Museum packet here: Mobile Museum Field Trip Packet