Richmond National Battlefield Park offers a variety of ranger-guided education programs that are well organized, informative and engaging. These programs will help your students gain a greater understanding of the cultural and natural resources of this national park, enhance your classroom instruction and fulfill the Virginia Standards of Learning objectives. All reservations must be made prior to your visit. In order to make reservations, please follow the steps listed below.
1. Select a program that matches your curriculum needs or course of study.
2. Prepare a list of 3 possible dates.
4. Give the following information: name of school, contact person, phone number, grade level, number of students, program, date and time.
5. Your reservation will be recorded
**To ensure that the field trips meet the needs of your school, we will only be taking reservations for field trips by phone or email.
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Did You Know?
President Abraham Lincoln visited the Richmond area twice during the war. In July 1862 he met with General McClellan at Harrison’s Landing on the James River. Lincoln came to Richmond on April 4, 1865 and walked the streets of a city still smouldering from the evacuation fires.