Russell Cave National Monument offers a variety of educational programs and materials for both students and teachers. Whether you want to bring your class out for a hands on archeology lesson, take a guided walk out to the cave shelter, or see demonstrations of prehistoric weapons rangers are willing to work to make your trip the best it can be.  And if a field trip isn’t what you’re looking for, we have several resources to bring the history of Russell Cave to your classroom. 

Explore the features below to learn more about the programs and resources we offer for school groups.  If you have questions, want to learn more, or would like to schedule your class today, send us an email.

  • Ranger Bridget with school group
    Plan a Field Trip

    Bring your group to Russell Cave! Explore the park by yourself or schedule a program with a park ranger.

  • Ranger visits classroom
    Distance Learning

    Is getting to Russell Cave not an option? Learn about the different ways you can bring the park into your classroom.

  • Visitors learning about artifacts
    Parks as Classrooms

    The park offers teachers a wide variety of fun and free curriculum based programs.

Last updated: May 27, 2020

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3729 County Road 98
Bridgeport, AL 35740


256 495-2672

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