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Herbert Hoover National Historic Site
Field Trip to Herbert Hoover National Historic Site and the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
Field trips offer teachers and students a chance to experience up-close historic buildings, artifacts, and landscapes. Park rangers lead guided tours of the historic buildings for school groups visiting the park in the spring and fall. The 81-acre reconstructed tallgrass prairie is open to teacher-guided prairie walks.
- Grade level:
- Third Grade - Adult Education (general)
- Architecture, Business, Commerce and Industry, Entrepreneurs, Family Life, Historic Preservation, History, Landscapes, Leadership, Museum Studies, Philanthropy/Humanitarianism, Political Science, Religion, Social Studies, U.S. First Ladies, U.S. Presidents, Women's History
Did You Know?
The West Branch Schoolhouse was built in 1853 making it the oldest building at Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. The town's Quakers also used the one-room building as their first meetinghouse. More...