• Currier & Ives lithograph depicting the bombardment of Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter

    National Monument South Carolina

Be A Junior Ranger

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Fort Sumter Junior Ranger Program

A Junior Ranger Program is available for children age 12 and under. If you visit Fort Sumter by ferry from the Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center at Liberty Square, you can pick up a program before you go. If you visit by private boat or by ferry from Patriots Point, you can get a program from a ranger at Fort Sumter.

Upon completion of the program, see a ranger at the fort or at the visitor center at Liberty Square. You and the ranger will go over your program sheet, and you will receive a Fort Sumter Junior Ranger badge!



Fort Moultrie Junior Ranger Program

A Junior Ranger Program is available for children age 12 and under. You can pick up a program at the Fort Moultrie Visitor Center. When you finish the program, see a ranger at the visitor center. You and the ranger will go over your program booklet, and you will receive a Fort Moultrie Junior Ranger badge and certificate!
 
 

 

National Park Service WebRangers Program

In WebRangers, you can:

  • Bring National Park fun to your computer
  • Learn more about your national parks even if you can't visit them
  • Learn about parks before you visit
  • Learn how to care for your parks and your world

Did You Know?

A portion of the 33-star United States flag, also known as the Fort Sumter garrison flag

On April 14, 1865, Maj. Gen. Robert Anderson came out of retirement to re-raise the same U.S. flag over Fort Sumter that he had lowered in surrender four years earlier. This flag is now on exhibit at the Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center. Fort Sumter National Monument, SC