For Teachers

Whether you want your own personal experience, or would like to meet up with a ranger, a variety of opportunities are available for educational groups hoping to learn about Muir Woods and the majestic Coast Redwood trees. The goals and principles of these programs confirm Golden Gate's commitment to inclusive and relevant inquiry-based learning linked to school curricula. All programs are free.

Check out these opportunities for both ranger-led and self-guided programs:
 
light shining through the canopy into a redwood forest

Into the Redwood Forest program

3rd - 4th grade ranger-led virtual education program

high water rushes through a full creek in a redwood forest

Rings, Ripples, and Echoes program

K - 5th grade self-guided virtual education program

 
Visit each program's page to learn more about it, then submit an application. Also, check out these other great opportunities for students and families:


 
A student's journal, written are their reflections and what they have learned about redwood trees

Every Kid Outdoors - 4th grade

Every Kid Outdoors was created so fourth graders and their families could discover our wildlife, resources, and history for free!

Students look out into a redwood forest towards a deer in the distance

Every Kid Outdoors - 5th grade

Hey, fifth graders! You have free access to Interior public lands through August 2021!

Last updated: December 12, 2020

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Muir Woods National Monument
1 Muir Woods Rd

Mill Valley, CA 94941

Phone:

(415) 561-2850

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