Historic Immigration Station turned Immigration Museum

From interactive activities to ranger-led tours, there are many ways to engage students about immigration history:

Parks as Classrooms - Lesson Plans, Field Trips and other educational resources
Self-Guided Activities Ellis Island worksheets for students of all ages
Ranger in the Classroom Free School Outreach Programs for students in Grades 2-5
Field Trip - Complete the Statue Cruises school group form on their website to schedule your class visit

Questions? E-mail us or call 646-356-2180.

Ranger in Your Classroom!

Park rangers offer curriculum-based education programs to 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classes in NYC. Teachers, book your program today-it's free!

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Park ranger works with elementary school students in classroom

New onsite Field Trip Activities

Teachers are you planning a field trip and need ideas of what to do with your students? Let us help with onsite activities that we have created.

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Rangers with a school group in the Great Hall

Primary Sources in Your Classroom

Listen to oral history excerpts and learn about finding manifests and using primary sources with your students.

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Historic photo and manifests of two young men who immigrated in 1910.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Ellis Island Museum of Immigration
Statue of Liberty National Monument

New York, NY 10004


(212) 363-3200
General Information.

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