Freedom's Frontier Heritage Traveler

Go on a Ranger-Led Tour #RangersPointingAtThings

Our Heritage Area is home to three National Park Service sites, and a neighbor to so many more! Visiting a National Park Service site provides a unique look at our national resources; both natural and cultural. Taking a ranger led tour helps you get the most out of your visit to a site. Ranger talks vary from a specified theme to a general history of the site. They can give you a chance to get one on one with knowledgeable rangers who have a passion for the story of the site and can interpret the significance of the story on to you.  You may even catch them doing what they commonly do while sharing their story, “pointing at things!” You can even follow the hashtag #RangersPointingAtThings to get a humorous look at rangers all over the country “pointing at things.”

Visit one of the National Park Service sites in our Heritage Area to take a ranger-led tour!

Fort Scott National Historic Site in Fort Scott, Kansas

Harry S. Truman National Historic Site in Independence, Missouri

Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka, Kansas

Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site's #RangersPointingAtThings

Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site’s #RangersPointingAtThings

Or if you would like to venture further, visit these National Park Service sites outside of our Heritage Area but still talk about the same themes:

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas

Nicodemus National Historic Site in Kansas 


This entry was posted on August 17, 2015 by in 9 and 99.


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