The backs of students sit on bleachers over a basketball court with two uniformed women speaking.
Students learn about the Manhattan Project right in their schools.



Manhattan Project National Historical Park offers a variety of resources for teachers like you. Schools in and near one of our three communities and across the country can engage with our park to enrich educational experiences for their students.

Resources like curriculum materials and hands-on activities can be downloaded and used in the classroom. Teachers can bring their class to visit us at a variety of locations in Hanford (Tri-Cities), Washington; Los Alamos, New Mexico; and Oak Ridge, Tennessee for class trips. We are a community-based park and conduct field trips at a variety of locations in our communities that connect to the history of the Manhattan Project.

Can’t come to us? We can come to you in-person or virtually as available. Explore the options below to see what best fits your needs.

9 students sit at desks listening to a woman pointing at a screen displaying fission.
Parks As Classrooms

Learn how you can bring Manhattan Project NHP into your classroom.

School bus parked with a uniformed ranger standing at the open door.
Plan a Field Trip

Bring your classroom to a community-based location for a guided field trip.

Black and white photo of 9 students sitting at desks listening to a teacher.
Curriculum Materials

Explore curriculum-based lesson plans for a variety of grade levels.

Headshot of a woman with a headset. NPS logo is in top right corner and comments on the right.
Distance Learning

Bring a park ranger to your classroom on a virtual platform.

A woman stands in a field with 16 kids crouching in the dirt around her.

Learn about a professional development experience linking national park units with teachers.

A uniformed woman stands at the end of a table holding paper. 7 kids work on books at the table.
NPS Education Portal

An online resource helps teachers explore various subjects from all national park units.


Last updated: April 2, 2024

Park footer

Contact Info

Mailing Address:

Manhattan Project National Historical Park
c/o NPS Intermountain Regional Office
P.O. Box 25287

Denver, CO 80225-0287


Hanford: 509.376.1647
Los Alamos: 505.661.6277
Oak Ridge: 865.482.1942

Contact Us