Isolated Slick Patches
Recent snowfall has created isolated slick spots throughout the park. Please use caution when visiting Mound City Group, Hopewell Mound Group and/or Seip Earthworks as isolated icy conditions may exist on sidewalks, trails and parking lots. More »
Parks as Classrooms
Are you searching for reliable & accurate information about the Hopewell culture to enhance your lesson plans? Would you like to include more archeology activities in your science or social studies lessons? Would you like to make your next fieldtrip to Hopewell Culture NHP a more rewarding experience for your students? "Expeditions into Ohio's Past" is just what you've been looking for.
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If you and your class can't make it to the park, we can come to you. Rangers are available to visit your class and provide curriculum-based programs that feature actual prehistoric tools and artifacts. Visits can be tailored to one class or multiple classes for the day.
Rangers in the Classroom
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Bring your class to Hopewell Culture National Historical Park and immerse your students in the history and the culture that only a first-hand experience can deliver. Walk amongst the mounds, explore the artifacts in the museum and learn about daily life during the Hopewellian period. It's a unique educational experience that your class will never forget.
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National History Day in Ohio is the culmination of a year-long program in which students create a project for submission and review. Projects are based in primary and secondary research. Here you can find information about the annual theme, event details for District 9 and information on participating in being a judge for the event. Hopewell Culture is proud to co-host the district 9 event.