The Benjamin Franklin Museum store was redesigned to showcase a wide variety of educational and interpretive products, such as apparel and accessories, kitchenware, reproductions, and children’s items.
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Eastern National offers a wide variety of custom-produced publications which explore critical events in U.S. history, including the American Revolution and the Civil War.
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Special attention was placed on the product assortment at our Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial store to focus on the core themes and interpretation, and to ensure the quality and integrity of the products and services that are offered.
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Since 1959, Eastern National has operated the Jamestown Glasshouse, which produces handblown replicas of colonial glass vessels and tableware in addition to contemporary art glass pieces.
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Eastern National would like to thank all of the park employees and volunteers at the National Park Service for their contributions, hard work, and dedication. We appreciate all that you do to preserve America's natural, historical, and cultural landmarks. Here's to another 100 years of inspiring and education future generations! ... See MoreSee Less
While you're getting your Passport cancellations, be sure to stop by any Eastern National store and pick up these commemorative coins to take home a piece of the centennial! #NPS100 #NPSCentennialCoin ... See MoreSee Less
Read about how we're fulfilling our mission to provide quality educational experiences, products and services to the visitors of America's National Parks in this recent article by Publishers Weekly. ... See MoreSee Less
It’s not too late to visit #BrickFair at Dulles Expo Center, Va. Come out and share in the #LEGO fun. Stop by the Eastern National booth for a photo keepsake, meet Park Rangers and learn about the Every Kid in a Park program. Hours are 11:00am - 4:00pm ... See MoreSee Less
We’re at #BrickFair at Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, Va.! Stop by the Eastern National booth to explore fun #LEGO creations of national parks, meet Park Rangers, and enjoy a unique photo to take home! ... See MoreSee Less
Savor Paterson - A Celebration of Great Falls, Great Food and Great Stories
August 25, 2016, 4:00pm - August 25, 2016, 7:00pm
This signature event will be celebrated on August 25th, the 100th Birthday of the National Park Service. Savor Paterson will serve as a "block party" to celebrate Paterson's past, present and future as a multicultural city of immigrants.
The event will begin at 4:00PM with a family friendly program/tour that will explore the cultural diversity of Paterson's past through the lens of food. Meet at Overlook Park, at 72 McBride Avenue, Paterson,NJ.
Then join us at 5:00PM at Mary Ellen Kramer Park to sample a variety of foods representing Paterson's multicultural present. Local restraunteurs will be offering tasting plates ranging in cost from $1.00-$3.00
Help us ring in the National Park Service's second century by celebrating Paterson's rich past, present and promising future.
In partnership with the Hamilton Partnership for Paterson and the City of Paterson.
Feast to the Beat, a national road trip tour celebrating America's national parks and national heritage areas, rolls into Asheville, N.C., for a two-day stop Aug. 4-5.
On Aug. 5, visit our partners at Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Center for free family activities and interpretive programs and stop by Eastern National's table to shop Passport To Your National Parks and National Park Service Centennial products. There also will be a book discussion and signing with Elizabeth Wiegand, author of The New Blue Ridge Cookbook. For more information, call the visitor center at 828-298-5330 or visit ow.ly/UYPD302SYBT.
More Salem Maritime Festival sneak peeks! This weekend on Derby Street’s Central Wharf, Friday-Sunday, August 5-7!
Visit Schooner Adventure on Friday, Aug. 5 between 3-5 and Saturday, August 6 from 10-1:30. Built in 1926, in Essex, Mass, the vessel and its mariners fished cod, haddock and halibut from Nantucket to Newfoundland.
After you walk in the footsteps of the mariners, then sing along to songs of the sea! On Saturday at 11:00 AM join “Ye Mariners All” and at 3:00 PM the “New Bedford Harbor Sea Chantey Chorus” as they perform chanteys and songs that reflect the region's rich maritime heritage! (MZ)
Want to know what else there is to see and do at the 2016 Maritime Festival? Check out the full line up at: www.nps.gov/sama/planyourvisit/maritimefestival.htm
Nancy our Eastern National bookstore manger poses with Elizabeth Cady Stanton's book, "Eighty Years & More". What favorite books have you bought during your visit? #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque #NPS100
Hats off to supporters of America’s national parks! 2-for-$25 sale on supporter hats TODAY only (8/2) at eParks.com: ow.ly/uszW302Q5bC. Proceeds support America's national parks. #NPS #nationalparks ... See MoreSee Less