4th Graders - Every Kid in a Park Pass
Marvel at the St. Louis Arch, the Florida Keys, and the Frederick Douglass house. Listen to wolves howl. Walk in dinosaur tracks. Look up into the inky night sky, and reach for the stars!
These sites belong to all of us — including you. Get out there and explore!
First step - get your pass!
Next step - Plan your adventure using these tools. No matter where you live in the United States, there's a site within two hours of your home.
You need to print your pass and bring it with you when you visit. Electronic copies aren't accepted.
Your pass has a unique code. That means you can't copy it and give it to friends. Encourage your friends to get their own pass if they're in the fourth grade.
Free for 4th Graders
|We make best efforts to update information, but it changes frequently, so we cannot warrant it. Please call to check 4th Graders - Every Kid in a Park Pass schedules, fees, and directions before making the trek. We help you, please help us. Report an Error if you find one.|