Teachers & Students

2023 CT Teacher Open House Week

Between April 10-14, teachers at Connecticut schools can tour “the loveliest home that ever was” for free! Visit Mark Twain’s historic home, see our brand new exhibit on summer vacation in the Gilded Age, and talk with our educational staff about what our museum has to offer you and your students—field trips, interactive programs, internships, and free resources you can use in your classroom at any time.

This opportunity is for K-12 teachers at public and independent schools, as well as those who teach undergraduates. Complete the form below to receive an email with instructions on how to sign up.

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Educational Resources

Whether you’re doing in-person or remote teaching, synchronous or asynchronous, we’ve got materials to support you and your students.

Activities, videos, readings, and more!

Field Trips

Interactive programs for students from kindergarten through college, exploring history, storytelling, creative writing, and the arts through Twain’s life and works.

Book a program with us today!

Community Programs, Contests, & Internships

Read, Write, Think, and Create!

Games & Activities

Word games, coloring pages, and more.

Have some fun!

Student programs at The Mark Twain House & Museum are supported by Lincoln Financial Group; The Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation; the Charles Nelson Robinson Fund, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee; the Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Memorial Charitable Trust; and the John and Kelly Hartman Foundation.