Exploring citizenship, constitutionality and redress, the Time of Remembrance Field Trip Tour brings a pivotal chapter of history to life for students through the first-hand accounts of Japanese American docents who experienced life behind barbed wire during WWII.
Includes pre- and post-visit curriculum and 30-minute docent-led interactive program on Japanese American incarceration, followed by completion of an activity sheet on a guided tour of “Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII.” Aligned with 5th, 8th & 11th grade History-Social Science and Common Core ELA.
*To receive discounted admission, reservations are required for a minimum of 30 paid participants and must be made a minimum of 7 days in advance. Groups with fewer than 30 participants subject to $180.00 flat rate. For details, visit Reservation Policies.