For Kids

Ready to Explore?

Kids are always welcome in National Parks! We see them as the Next Generation of stewards for our public lands. Park Rangers and Volunteers are excited to welcome your kids to Guilford Courthouse National Military Park and teach them about the American Revolution! We offer programs for Junior Rangers, Virtual Junior Ranger, and Scouts!
We even have Not So Junior Ranger programs for the young adults and adults who are always young at heart and wish to explore this history along with their younger siblings or children. Check out the links below and let's go learn together!
A "Junior Ranger" vest with a junior ranger badge for Guilford Courthouse National Military Park

Explore & Earn your Badge!

Explore the Museum and Battlefield to earn your Junior Ranger badge for Guilford Courthouse National Military Park

A computer screen features Lord Cornwallis, the Virtual Junior Ranger page, and hovering white hand

Can't visit? Explore our online museum!

Are you stuck at home, unable to visit our park? Explore our online museum to earn your digital Junior Ranger badge.

Six British soldiers gather around a table talking about a giant floating Junior Ranger badge

Junior Ranger for Teens and Adults

Finally, a Junior Ranger book for teens and adults! This next level book will help you gain your next Junior Ranger badge, no age max!

A Boy Scout patch featuring guns, cannon balls, American Revolution flags and Boy Scout text

Guilford Courthouse Historic Trail Award

Scouts complete a Historic Trail exploration with their troops to earn the Guilford Courthouse Historic Trail Award

Living history militiaman points at student raising their hand. Other students crowd around.

Curriculum, Tours, Trunks!

Guilford Courthouse offers many programs and tour options for your students. Immerse them in a hands-on revolutionary experience.

Last updated: May 4, 2021

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

2332 New Garden Road
Greensboro, NC 27410


336 288-1776 x232
This phone number extension will direct your call to the Visitor Center where you can speak with a Park Ranger or Volunteer.

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