Honored Places invites teachers to visit National Park sites and discover firsthand the rich resources that help connect your learners with our nation’s stories of independence and freedom. A wealth of educational programs related to the American Revolution are available to K-12 teachers. Some programs are structured around a park visit while others can be used entirely within the classroom. Visit the Honored Places website to see what is available both from NPS and from other sources.
Did You Know?
The tradition of citizen stewardship began in the 1870s and continues every day, as park volunteers and partners participate in the ongoing work of preservation and interpretation. Each of them shares the vision of the Park as a meaningful place.