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Become a Junior Ranger at Boston National Historical Park

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Learn about the sites of the Freedom Trail by becoming a Junior Ranger.

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Explore! Learn! Protect! Become a Junior Ranger at Boston National Historical Park. Opportunities for all ages (even adults) makes becoming a Junior Ranger an experience for the whole family.

The "Liberty" Junior Ranger Activity Book introduces you to the sites along the Freedom Trail® here in Boston. Travel along the sites as you learn about the early stirrings of the American Revolution.

When you come to the park, visit the Faneuil Hall Visitor Center or the Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center. A park ranger or volunteer can give you a copy of the Junior Ranger Handbook.

Download a Jr. Ranger Book

Or visit virtually! Most activities in the Junior Ranger book can be completed by reading through the book and visiting the websites of our partners. You can also complete your Ranger guided program by coming along on a virtual tour of the Bunker Hill Monument or learn about the battle with Ranger Patrick. Visit the Park's Be a Junior Ranger! page to get your virtual Junior Ranger badge and take the Junior Ranger oath.

Junior Ranger Program
Pets Allowed
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.

You may get a Junior Ranger book from any of the Park's Visitor Centers. You may also download a digital copy of the Junior Ranger book above or through the Be a Junior Ranger! page.

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Accessibility Information

The Junior Ranger book is accessible. For more accessibility information about the park and partner sites, please visit their websites.

Boston National Historical Park, Boston African American National Historic Site, Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area

Last updated: October 24, 2022