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Kids can become Junior Naturalists by investigating plants, animals, geology, and human history in the park.
Help the park collect scientific data on ecological changes over time at Mammoth Hot Springs.
Bring your lunch and watch live presentations and films highlighting park science at the Murie Science & Learning Center
Learn the untold stories of this small town in West Virginia that played a crucial role in American history.
What was the Hopewell culture? Learn what we know and don't know about the far-reaching prehistoric people.
Explore the layout of the park while learning about the stories behind the scenery through geology and wildlife.
View the wonders of the night sky, including planets, constellations, and the peak of the Perseid meteor shower.
Join park rangers, astronomers, and astrobiologists in celebrating and exploring the night sky.
Celebrate the last day of the Port Oneida Fair with a special astronomy event in the park featuring the Perseid meteor shower.
National heritage areas join natural, historic, and cultural features through community-based conservation for all.
The Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary Series highlights geographic regions and important themes in American history.
More than 250 National Park Service units have been featured in travel-style articles over the years. New parks are featured each month.