Are you a homeschooler in Fayetteville? You’ve come to the right place! There is so much to do in the city that homeschooling in Fayetteville can be a different educational adventure everyday. Homeschoolers in Fayetteville have a ton of opportunities available to them whether for educational field trips or to help you research and learn more about the area you live in.
If you’re looking to enhance your Time4Learning homeschool curriculum, give your child a different perspective on a new topic, or just get out of the house, this page is full of ideas for things to do and places to visit.
Cape Fear Botanical Garden
This 80-acre botanical garden was established in 1989. Visitors can find and learn about the plants that make up the Cape Fear River basin along the nature trails. A number of educational opportunities are available for homeschoolers like workshops, hands-on projects, storytimes and family programs.
Airborne & Special Operations Museum
Owned by the U.S. Army, this museum features a number of exhibits, a four-story theater, and a motion simulator ride. Visitors can take a walk through time, starting from 1940, and learn about the history of airborne and special ops on a self-guided tour. Homeschoolers can find activity guides and curriculum guides on the website to help enhance their visit.
Fayetteville Transportation Museum
Located in Downtown Fayetteville, this museum offers visitors two floors and an annex that details local history and the area’s transportation. Homeschoolers can explore the model train room and the steamboat interactive exhibit. In the annex, visitors will find several vintage cars, a replica 1920s gas station, and a steam pump engine.
Fascinate-U Children’s Museum
This hands-on children’s museum allows visitors to learn and explore through a number of interactive, educational exhibits such as Construction Site, Fascinating Farm, WNUZ news, and more. Homeschoolers can also get creative in the art room, engage in hands-on activities in the science center, and develop a number of important skills in the toddler room.
If this is your first time homeschooling or if you’re new to homeschooling in Fayetteville, Time4Learning recommends visiting the North Carolina Department of Education website for information and specifics on the legal requirements for homeschooling in North Carolina.