Using the Park as a living classroom!
Explore the resources on our website for lesson planning ideas and teaching resources about sea turtles, archeology, and cultural heritage.
Resources on these endangered species that live in our waters, their lifecycle, how to identify tracks, and more! Our library includes videos, species cards, posters, images and more.
Sea Shore Walk with Ranger Laurel
Made for classrooms, this fun educational video explores the sea shore in Mary's Creek. (7:17)
Cinnamon Bay Trail With Ranger Golda
Made for classrooms, this fun educational video takes a tour of the plants and trees found on the Cinnamon Bay trail in the park. (8:15)
Voices Of St John
Here, St.John is an oral history about Virgin Islands National Park and St. John. It serves to give voice to the heritage, culture and natural history as told by born St. Johnians and resident scientists. These stories recall historical details of the people and the natural life of the island that shape this place.
Passing It On Documentary
Passing It On To Another One weaves together inspirational tales told by culture bearers who have participated in the Annual Folk Life Festival through the years in colorful interviews and demonstrations of their expertise in the cultural arts, music and crafts of the Virgin Islands. Watch the entire documentary or dip into the wonderful segments featuring our Virgin Islands' culture bearers!
Archaeology and Heritage
There is a rich cultural heritage in the Park including two prehistoric archaeological sites. A number of papers on the Taino petroglyphs, ship wrecks in VI waters and more are available.