Field Trips

Grant's Life Through Architecture - Ranger Tour

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Grade Level:
Middle School: Sixth Grade through Eighth Grade
Subject:
Social Studies

Background

Students explore Grant's Tomb, identifying the architectural styles and features utilized in this structure. Discussion topics include the reasons for memorializing Grant, how the tomb has changed over the years, and how previous architectural styles have influenced later ones. Students are challenged to compare this style of memorial to those created both before and after.

 

Ranger-guided tours are available by reservation only. Group requests are accepted for Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays only, and are contingent upon staff availability. Group requests must be received at least 2 weeks in advance.

Visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. General Grant National Memorial requires one chaperone for every ten students or children. Students and children are required to remain with their chaperones at all time.
 
To request a ranger-guided tour, please complete the Group Tour Request form. Submit the completed form by either email, e-mail us, or by fax (212) 932-963. 
 
For more information about group tour requests, please call (212) 666-1640 or email us.

Materials

Download Group Tour Reservation Form