Stone Mountain Park

 
Stone Mountain Park, Georgia’s most popular attraction, is located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, and offers educational programs for all ages that align with the Georgia Performance Standards. NEW and only in 2017 – experience DINOSAUR EXPLORE, where your students will encounter over 20 life-size, moving, roaring pre-historic creatures. Other highlights include the Historic Square at Stone Mountain Park – the perfect place to introduce your students to Georgia history. Historic Square programs are set among a collection of historically restored authentic buildings relocated from around the state, which date from the late 1700s through the turn of the 20th century and include interactive demonstrations with artifacts that students can observe and touch. Other programs include Ride the Ducks, featuring a WWII program, the Rock Line railroad program and the annual Native American Festival and Pow Wow in November.
 
Visit our website at www.stonemountainpark.com.
For more information on educational programs, visit www.stonemountainpark.com/groups-education/school-programs.
For group ticket information, visit www.stonemountainpark.com/groups-education/groups.
 
Contact Info
Address: 1041 Studdard St., Stone Mountain GA 30083. DeKalb County. Tel: 800-401-2406. Email: smpgroups@stonemountainpark.com. Website: www.stonemountainpark.com. Hrs: Vary. Contact: Stone Mountain Park Group Sales Department, 770-498-5636, smpgroups@stonemountainpark.com.
 
Trip Info
Grade Level: K-College. Activity Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities, Self-Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies. Cost: Fee.
 
SUPPORTS CLASSROOM LEARNING IN: Social Studies, Science
SUPPORTS SCOUT BADGES IN: Social Studies, Science.

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Historic Site Lesson Plan

While visiting one of the many historical sites around the country, such as Philadelphia’s Independence Hall or Washington D.C.’s National Mall, consider reasons for preserving them. They are historically significant and can be visited, toured, and admired. Students learn about the historical relevance of specific historical sites and the importance of preserving these sites.... Continue