Student Visits

DC Student Visits

Exhibitions

Students in Public Vaults
  • Check out our gallery packs for students to practice observation, document analysis, and critical thinking while visiting each of our permanent museum exhibits. Pick them up in our Boeing Learning Center. A group chaperone must provide a driver’s license. (See our blog or contact us for more information.)
  • View the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights.
  • Visit the Public Vaults, showcasing the breadth and variety of the holdings of the National Archives, organized thematically around the Preamble of the Constitution.
  • See a temporary exhibit in our Lawrence F. O'Brien gallery.

 

Reservations are not required, but you can book a timed visit entry (up to 100 people) or book a guided tour (up to 15 people at 9:45 a.m. Monday–Friday only).

View a tour of the National Archives Museum ahead of time, presented in American Sign Language (ASL) and English with closed captioning.

 

The ReSource Room in the Boeing Learning Center

Girl in Learning Center

Drop in during your museum visit to participate in hands-on activities and programs based on documents, images, maps, posters and more.

We're open Monday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Seasonal hours may vary. Reservations are not required. For school groups, we ask that you rotate through in small groups of 10 students at a time, with at least one chaperone per group.

Check for special activities and programs on our events calendar.

 

The Learning Lab in the Boeing Learning Center

Students in the Learning Lab

We are not currently accepting reservations for the learning lab programs as we make some exciting updates. Registration for the new learning labs will reopen in January 2020. 
 
Questions? Interested in piloting the new program in November or December? Please email learning.lab@nara.gov.
 
You can also access our self-serve online Constitution Workshop.

 

 

The Boeing Learning Center was made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation.

 

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