The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail can provide educational programs and materials focusing on Alabama Standards of Learning requirements for grades K-12. The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail offers both indoor classroom style programs and educational outreach programs.
Reserved Educational programs are available weekdays from October through May. For information on how to make a reservation for one of these programs call 334-877-1984
Did You Know?
The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail was created by an act of Congress in 1996. The National Park Service owns the Lowndes Interpretive Center, the first of three planned interpretive centers. It serves as the halfway point between Selma and Montgomery and is on the site of “Tent City”.