Begin at the Education Center (205 Market Avenue South) and learn about some of the First Ladies of the United States. There is a small museum of rotating exhibits, and the theatre features a short film.
Guided tours of the Saxton-McKinley House leave from the Education Center at the top of every hour from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Social MediaWhether you're at home, at the park or on the go, you can stay connected with First Ladies NHS. Look for continuous special event updates and enjoy informative posts about interesting park topics on Facebook, all updated by park staff.
First Ladies National Historic Site is also on Instagram! Follow @firstladiesnps to test your knowledge of the first ladies, to receive site updates, to enjoy fun facts about the first ladies, and to get other site-related information. The Instagram page is updated and monitored by park staff.
Junior RangerAlthough the program is focused on the 6-12 age range, visitors of all ages can participate in a Junior Ranger activity when visiting the park. While taking a guided tour of the home the visitors answer questions in the park's Jr. Ranger activity book. Upon completion, Jr. Ranger cadets will receive a badge and certificate. To get started, ask a ranger when you visit the park!
For more National Park Junior Ranger education and fun, visit the agency's Webrangers site. There, you can learn more about your National Parks through interactive and fun adventures. Trivia, games and virtual trails help make the experience enjoyable and memorable. You can even customize a virtual Ranger Station, earn more rewards, and play new activities! Visit the WebRangers site today!
Last updated: November 8, 2019