• African Burial Ground National Memorial

    African Burial Ground

    National Monument New York

Park Fun

Download a Kid Power Eco-Activity Book and learn about many things to do throughout your home, your neighborhood and in your National Parks to protect green spaces.

 

Are you looking for fun on the web? Check out The Kids Zone for more park fun and activities.

Do you like to dig in the dirt? Find things that are lost? Put pieces together? Figure out stories from clues? Learn about the past? These are all things archeologists do—maybe you're one, too! Learn about the NPS Archeology Program: Archeology for Kids.

 
To view a list of parks offering Junior Ranger programs visit RangerZone.

Did You Know?

The Sankofa has strong associations with the African Burial Ground

The ancestral remains of 419 individuals, which were removed in 1991 and taken to Howard University for scientific study, were reinterred at the African Burial Ground Memorial Site on October 4, 2003. Each year, October 4 is a day of remembrance and celebration at the African Burial Ground. More...