Kids & Youth

Have you ever wanted to color Faneuil Hall green? Or test your code-deciphering skills? From becoming a Junior Ranger to having fun with at-home activities, there are a variety of activities you can do at the Park or in your own home.

Child holding up a Junior Ranger book in front of his face and looking through it.
Junior Ranger Program

Explore Boston's revolutionary past and discover fascinating facts about the events, people, and places with the Junior Ranger Handbook.

A group of kids sitting on the grass looking at print-outs of World War II posters and articles.

Check out our calendar for upcoming Family and Youth Programming happening at the Park!

Two scout ranger patches arranged on top of the red brick of the Freedom Trail.
NPS Scout Ranger Patches

Interested in earning a Scout Ranger patch from the National Park Service? Look no further than the National Parks of Boston!

Coloring sheet of Paul Revere's House
At-Home Activities

Want to color Faneuil Hall green? Or send your friend messages with signal flags? Dive into the various activities you can do from home!

Two kids standing side-by-side, one holds up a pass card, another has a stuffed bison.
Every Kid Outdoors

Learn how 4th Graders and their guests get free access to Federal Lands and Waters.

Group of youth and their mentors standing or crouching for a group photo.
NPB Youth

Explore how you can get involved at the National Parks of Boston.



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    Last updated: February 2, 2024

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