Unofficial National Register of Geoheritage Sites
National Park Service Explore Nature Series
Fun for Kids of All Ages
Archaeology for Kids
Archaeology for kids
From the National Park Service
An online archaeology magazine for kids.
American Museum of Natural History in NYC. Science-rich Website for Kids.
Archeology: Clues From The Past
From Ology - American Museum of Natural History.
Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park
Arkansas's tallest remaining, prehistoric American Indian mounds.
Parkin Archeological State Park
Parkin is the site on the St. Francis River where a 17-acre Mississippi Period American Indian village were located from A.D. 1000 to 1550.
Prehistoric Cultures - For more than 10,000 years, Russell Cave was home to prehistoric peoples. Russell Cave provides clues to the daily lifeways of early North American inhabitants dating from 6500 B.C. to 1650 A.D. The cave shelter archaeological site contains the most complete record of prehistoric cultures in the Southeast.
Mysteries of Catalhokuc
An Archaeological Investigation
A virtual tour from a Christian perspective.
Saber-toothed cats, giant ground sloths, mastodons, and mammoths.
Native Americans/First Nations lesson plans
An excellent selection of lesson plans from an archaeology website.
From PBS.org The Kennewick Man was a well-preserved, 9,000-year-old human skeleton found in Washington State in 1996.
Egyptian Royal Tombs
of the New Kingdom
Thorough guide to the tombs provides an in depth discussion of the archaeology of the topic with fast loading pictures and illustrative graphics.
Dig the Bible
A site designed to help laymen better understand the bible through the use of archaeology.
When Giants Roamed the Earth: Dynamic Dinosaur Pictures
From America Media
Queen Anne's Revenge
Blackbeard's ship "Queen Anne's Revenge" Shipwreck Project.
The Grave of the Titanic
Trace the Titanic's route, plot wreckage coordinates on a map, use percentages to calculate lifeboat capacity and more.