Black and white photo of two buses by a barn with a person to the side and a chicken in front of a bus.
Rev. James and two school buses in J.W. Watson’s Barn Yard, 1938 Pre Oak Ridge Tennessee



Manhattan Project National Historical Park offers resources for teachers. Schools in the neighboring counties and throughout America can contact our park and request brochures. Teachers can bring their classes to our visitor centers and various sites throughout Hanford (Tri-Cities), Washington; Los Alamos, New Mexico; and Oak Ridge, Tennessee for their class trips. For more information e-mail us.

Children around a white and red school bus. Logo with a tree.


The National Park Service Teacher Ranger Teacher (TRT) program is an extended professional development opportunity for educators from K-12.

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Curriculum Materials

Engage your students in the history of the Manhattan Project.

Children by an industrial, boxy building.

Teaching & Learning with Historic Places

Historic places in National Parks and on the National Register of Historic Places enliven history, social studies, and other subjects.

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NPS Lesson Plans

Search a database of lesson plans from all NPS sites.

Last updated: April 5, 2023

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

Manhattan Project National Historical Park
c/o NPS Intermountain Regional Office
P.O. Box 25287

Denver, CO 80225-0287


Hanford: 509.376.1647
Los Alamos: 505.661.6277
Oak Ridge: 865.482.1942

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