Swiss Heritage Village

Third graders from St. Peter's Lutheran School had a class field trip to the Swiss Heritage Village & Museum located in Berne, IN. Students were able to learn about Swiss History through demonstrations, storytelling, and games provided by the Swiss Heritage Village & Museum!

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Caps off to learning Swiss history

Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
Allison Bennett, 9, demonstrates a form of discipline used in historical schoolrooms for her classmates Friday during St. Peter’s Lutheran School’s field trip to the Swiss Heritage Village & Museum in Berne. Students learned about Swiss history and how settlers lived in the area more than a century ago through storytelling and games hosted by the Swiss Historical Society.

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