For Kids

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The first set of African Burial Ground National Monument Junior Rangers take their oath

It takes a lot to preserve and protect America's natural, cultural, and historic treasures. We need your help to keep all of our parks safe and beautiful.


Become a WebRanger!

Learn about National Parks by becoming a WebRanger. As a WebRanger, you will travel to parks all over the country through the World Wide Web. Your job is to have fun while learning about your National Parks and the things you can do for them. Solve mysteries and puzzles, play games, take part in stories, and gather secret words. Visit WebRangers online to begin your adventure.

 
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Do you like to dig in the dirt? Find things that are lost? Put pieces together? Figure out stories from clues? Learn about the past? These are all things archaeologists do—maybe you're one, too! Learn about the NPS Archeology Program: Archaeology for Kids.
 

 
Every Kid in a Park
Every Kid in a Park
4th Grade children get your FREE park pass

The Every Kid in a Park initiative invites every 4th grade student to visit a national park with his or her family, friends, and classmates during the 2015-2016 school year. This initiative is an important part of the National Park Service's 2016 Centennial celebration, which encourages everyone to Find Your Park. It will help us reach our Centennial goal, to connect with and create the next generation, of park visitors, supporters, and advocates. The long term goal of this initiative is to inspire, educate, and grow a new generation of environmental ambassadors and stewards, ready to preserve and protect our public lands.

To learn more visit Every Kid in a Park

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

290 Broadway
New York, NY 10007

Phone:

(212) 637-2019

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