• Nathanael Greene Monument

    Guilford Courthouse

    National Military Park North Carolina

For Teachers

Education Programs

Teachers: Click here to view and use our Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans prior to your visit!

You may also click here to view a timeline of the Revolutionary War!

Click here to view Teachers Guide to the American Revolution!

Reservations for school groups or other educational groups should be made at least two weeks prior to visit. For additional information concerning reservations call us at (336) 288-1776

Nathanael Greene Library

Open by appointment only and subject to availability of staff. (Closed on New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) Click here for library information and policies.

If you are a teacher searching for classroom materials, a student doing research, or a person looking for a place to spend some time, have some fun and learn in the process, LearnNPS is for you. Click here to learn more!

Did You Know?

Signers Monument and Grave

The third of North Carolina's signers of the Declaration of Independence, Joseph Hewes, died in Philadelphia in 1779 and was buried in Christ’s Church Yard. In the 1890’s when his remains were being sought, the park’s founders were told the actual site of his grave was unmarked.