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Ohio's Fourth Grade History Pass

Historic Fort Steuben is proud to announce that it will be part of the 4th Grade History Pass program. As an official project of America 250-Ohio, it is specifically designed for fourth grade students across the state. Beginning this month, every fourth-grade student in Ohio will have the opportunity to visit participating history-related museums and sites free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult. The program aims to cultivate curiosity in young minds in anticipation of the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.

“We are excited to be part of this great initiative of American 250-Ohio,” said Judy Bratten, Director of Historic Fort Steuben. “The history around Fort Steuben is crucial for understanding the development of our country. And since the period of the Fort is part of the 4th grade Ohio curriculum, we have crafted our exhibits and presentations to meet the skills and interests of those students.”

A comprehensive list of participating locations where the pass can be redeemed is available at To participate, a pass can be acquired from the America 250-Ohio website where there is an option to select a printed or digital version for download. Regular admission fees apply for accompanying family members, and passes are not valid for field trips or group visits. Other restrictions may apply.

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