• The archeological remains of Fort Frederica

    Fort Frederica

    National Monument Georgia

For Kids


Frederica Kids

NPS Photo

Throughout the year, Fort Frederica offers programs for kids such as a "Hands on Musket Drill" where children learn the history of Frederica's soldiers and their primary weapon, the long-land pattern musket. Also offered is a history day-camp during the summer. Find out when these programs are offered through our Schedule of Events page.
Visit the Junior Ranger Page

The Museum Store sells a variety of authentic colonial children's toys and games, including cup & ball, fox & goose, marbles, and jacks.

BOOKS: Two books written from a child's perspective are available in the Museum Store. "Bloody Summer of 1742" tells the story of a young boy's adventures during the critical summer of 1742, while "Phoebe's Diary" interprets the events through a young girl's eyes. Both are written by award winning author Joyce Blackburn.

Did You Know?

alligator in water

Fort Frederica's soldiers bathed in the early morning before the alligators became active in the river. Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia