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Hudson River Park’s River Project hosts a series of free and low-cost environmental education programs for organized groups using the Hudson River waterfront as its classroom. Field trip programs allow students to interact with the River and Park through enriching and fun activities that inspire the scientist within each student!

Click the Book Your Field Trip button to request a program, and explore below to discover our current and upcoming offerings!

All field trip locations are ADA accessible. Please include any accommodation needs for your students in the booking form. For special requests or additional availability, please contact us at [email protected].

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Educator Resources

Resources to prepare for or to reinforce lessons learned during your program at Hudson River Park.

Science at Home

Guided activities, experiments and videos that bring local waters, wildlife and science to life. Connect with the Hudson River virtually using common household items, your device of choice and printable worksheets.

2024 Spring Field Trip Availability

Grades K–12 | Meet Hudson River wildlife in the Park’s unique research aquarium.

Grades 3–12 | Become a field scientist and discover the important role oysters play in the Hudson River Estuary.

Grades 3–12 | Dive in and explore our diverse coastal ecosystem.

Grades K–12 | Explore NYC’s native ecology to learn about the plants and animals found at the water’s edge.

Grades K–5 | Learn about anatomy, adaptations and biodiversity through games and creative activities.

Grades 3–12 | Take a peek through a microscope and observe some of the Estuary’s smallest organisms.

Grades 3–12 | Build a model water filter and learn about our connection to the health of NYC’s waterways.

Grades 6–12 | Investigate the impacts of climate change on NYC’s shorelines through a hands-on engineering challenge.

Grades 9–12 | Engage in an interactive role-play activity centered on environmental justice and civic engagement.

Grades K-12 | Try out awesome experiments, meet local wildlife and more!