· Visit a historic site, state park, or a National Park. Many of these locals have low or no admission cost and feature programs for the entire family. Ask about a Junior Ranger program for kids to participate in. Look here to find a National Park: http://www.nps.gov/findapark/index.htm
|Grand Teton National Park|
· Visit a museum. Any museum. Museums are great places to immerse yourself in history. Further many museums host events and programs throughout the year to engage people of all ages. If you are a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch
debit or credit card holder, check here http://museums.bankofamerica.com/ to learn what museums you can visit for free the first weekend of each month.
|Sutter's Fort State Historic Park|
· Read a good book. Consult the reviews on our site or use What Should I Read Next? http://whatshouldireadnext.com/index.php to find a book based on ones you have enjoyed in the past.
· Volunteer. Find out how you can support local history. Look here for http://www.volunteermatch.org/ opportunities to enjoy history and share it with others.
|Ft. King George State Park|
· Attend a reenactment. See history live. Check here http://www.brucewetterau.com/find-a-reenactment-near-you.html to find a reenactment near you.
· Play a Game. Check out our history game of the week recommendations.