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Education Group Visits

Immersive Learning at a National Historic Site

We welcome Education Groups including school groups, cadets, Guides and Scouts, EFF/FLL students, university groups and other organizations dedicated to education.

Each Education Group Visit includes a choice of one Education Program. These fully facilitated programs allow students to explore topics related to immigration, identity, history, citizenship and diversity.

How to Book


The standard ratio of learners per Heritage Interpreter is 25. Chaperone ratios are at the discretion of the school or organization, however, it is the chaperones’ responsibility to ensure that learners are supervised at all times during their visit. Admission for all chaperones is free of charge.

Special Needs

If there is a learner in your group who requires accommodation, please let us know at the time of booking and we will make every effort to meet their needs. The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is fully wheelchair accessible.

Bursaries Available

The Ruth Goldbloom Education Bursary can defray the costs of transportation and/or accommodation for your group. Apply Now.