Eleanor Roosevelt's Val-Kill
Val-Kill was a place in which Eleanor Roosevelt interacted with the community and the world. Today it's an excellent place for students to explore connections with their community and environment through hands-on learning experiences.
Learn About Our Joint Education Programs
Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Site Education Programs & The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum Education Programs.Read More
A Garden of Hope, Peace and Justice
The program components will help senior Girl Scouts earn their, "Sow What?" Journey and Harvest Award.Read More
A dozen area secondary school students spent a week at our park in a program sponsored by the Hudson Valley Writing Project and the NPS.Read More
Teaching The Hudson Valley
Helps educators discover, appreciate, and share the region's natural, historic, and cultural treasures with children and youth.Read More
The Bus Could Be on Us!
Hyde Park has a lot to offer, but all the history, culture and nature in the world will not make a difference if there is no bus money to get here.Read More
Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans
First Lady of the World: Eleanor Roosevelt at Val-Kill.Read More
If you would like to be an education volunteer please call Susanne Norris, Education Specialist at 845-229-0174Read More