Manhattan Project Public Program: National Junior Ranger Day at American Museum of Science and Energy


April 10, 2017

Manhattan Project National Historical Park encourages families to visit the park this week as part of National Park Week. Kids of all ages are invited to come learn how to, “explore, learn, and protect” your national park on April 15, and become an official Junior Ranger! Visit the MPNHP website for a preview of our planned activities.

All participants will receive Junior Ranger badges or patches and a certificate upon completion of the program. Junior Ranger activity guides may be obtained at the park visitor desk located in the American Museum of Science and Energy. The program is designed for kids ages 8 to 12 years old, but is available to anyone young at heart! Come out to explore, learn, and protect your national park!

Junior Ranger Day activities include children’s reading with a ranger and coloring time, a Junior Ranger scavenger hunt around Oak Ridge, and games. Complete a Junior Ranger book or scavenger hunt and become a Junior Ranger at the swearing in ceremony!

For your safety, visitors are encouraged to consider personal comfort needs and bring water, sunscreen, and appropriate footwear. Please note, participants will be asked to sign a photo/video release. Hope to see you and your kids at Junior Ranger Day on April 15!

For more information or directions, please contact the Manhattan Project National Historical Park at (865) 576-6767. Visitors are also encouraged to visit the Manhattan Project National Historical Park website for more information on the park. 

You can also find the park on social media: Like them on Facebook, follow their Twitter feed @MnhtnProjectNPS, or follow them on Instagram @manhattanprojectnps.

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