Digital Resources

Red tailed hawk at Green-Wood
Credit: Evan Rabeck

Below are some resources and activities that families, students, and teachers can use for learning at home or on self-guided visits to Green-Wood. We will update this page as new materials become available.

FOR LEARNING AT GREEN-WOOD

We hope you’ll visit Green-Wood for a (safe, socially-distant) walk during these difficult times. Before you come, please check out our Visit page for information on which entrances to the Cemetery are open each day and visiting hours.

LEARN ABOUT NATURE

Green-Wood is a Level III, nationally accredited arboretum, one of only 27 in the whole country, with over 7,000 trees! We are also home to more than 150 species of birds and many other kinds of wildlife.

ART AND ARCHITECTURE

American History

Over 570,000 people whose lives spanned three centuries are now permanent residents of Green-Wood. Make a special visit to the Cemetery to learn about the life stories of some of them, as well as some historic sites within Green-Wood.

FOR LEARNING AT HOME

There are so many ways to explore Green-Wood without ever leaving your couch! Check back here soon for fun, educational activities to do at home.

ART AND ARCHITECTURE

History

NATURE