The Every Kid Outdoors program aims to create opportunities for 4th graders to experience their federal public lands and waters. As part of the initiative, Hampton National Historic Site and our partners are offering free, cirriculum-based field trips for 4th grade classes, especially those in underserved communities.
4th grade teachers can plan an Every Kid Outdoor field trip to Hampton by scheduling a trip through our Group Arrangements coordinator. Please review general information about planning field trips at Hampton before making arrangements.
Every Kid Outdoor field trips typically last 2-3 hours and include a guided tour of the Lower Farm, Mansion, and grounds. Students will learn about the history of Hampton as a study of Maryland and U.S. during the post-Revolution and Antbellum periods. Topics include industry and labor, major political and cultural changes, and the study of landscape as symbols of wealth and status.
Virtual and In-Person Open Outdoors for Kids (OOK) Field Trips
Hampton National Historic Site offers a variety of educational and academic resources and opportunities.
Students who attend the program will be given a free 4th Grade Annual Pass. The pass is valid for the year that the student is in 4th grade and grants free admission for the student and three adults to all federal public lands.
4th Grade Annual Pass
The 4th Grade Annual Pass provides admission to all federal public lands for one year and is valid for the year that the passholder (student) is in 4th grade.
Last updated: December 20, 2022