Education at Wright Brothers NMem

Are you planning a field trip, looking for a lesson plan, or searching for more resources to help your students learn about Wilbur and Orville and their flying experiments? We're here to help!

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 human kind first took flight. Or bring Wilbur and Orville's story into your classroom using one of our curriculum-based, in-class lesson plans.

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

Questions? You can email us here.

Every Kid Outdoors

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

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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: July 9, 2020

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Wright Brothers National Memorial
1401 National Park Drive

Manteo, NC 27954


(252) 473-2111

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