Educational Resources

Adventurous, ambitious,  persistent, and dedicated. These were some of the qualities that made up the character of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Looking for a way to share their story? Think of national parks as off-site classrooms! Wright Brothers National Memorial is a great place to learn about not only the men behind the machine, but the history of aviation and the American spirit. 

As an educator there are many ways to bring the Wright brothers story to life. Visit the park on a field trip and stand where man first flew. Or use a in classroom lesson plan from our available lesson materials. 

Looking for more information on the Wright brothers? Check out our reading list, or explore our website to find a variety of educational opportunities. 

Every Kid in a Park

Fourth-graders and their families can discover federal lands—national parks, wildlife refuges, national forests, and more—for free!

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Volunteer

Wright Brothers National Memorial needs you! Explore how you can volunteer at this historic place.

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Let's Be Social

Connect with the place where the Wright brothers made history, whether here walking the grounds or back home. Join the conversation today!

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Last updated: August 14, 2018

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Wright Brothers National Memorial
1401 National Park Drive

Manteo, NC 27954

Phone:

(252) 473-2111

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