What is there to see or do at Homestead National Monument of America? There are more places to explore beyond the visitor centers. Check out this virtual tour of the park created in 2016 during the NPS Centennial that highlights areas of interest throughout the park.
Homestead 360 Virtual Visit
Discover Homestead National Monument of America through 360-degree panoramic photos. Click and drag the images to explore.
Homestead Heritage Center and Museum
Learn about the complex story of the Homestead Act of 1862 presented at the Homestead Heritage Center.
Visit the Education Center
The Education Center is a building that has farm implements and temporary exhibits. This place hosts special events and festivals.
Visit the Freeman School
The historic Freeman School serves as a reminder of the role the schoolhouse played in the history of the prairie frontier.
Visit the Palmer-Epard Cabin and imagine living inside this home, built in 1867.
Explore Three Miles of Trails
Social distance, connect with nature, and get some exercise. The trails through tallgrass prairie and Burr Oak woodland are here for you.
Locations at Homestead National Monument of America
Legacies of the Homestead Act
Millions of people homesteaded in thirty states across the United States of America. Many of those homesteads are still being farmed today. Others have been preserved by federal or state agencies including the National Park Service.
Last updated: May 5, 2020