Tours of the Immigration Station are led by park staff or volunteers and are approximately 1 hour in length. The site can accommodate 90 people (approximately 3 classes). School tour scheduling often depends on school and ferry schedules. Public and private school groups can schedule visits to the Angel Island Immigration Station year round by contacting us below or the Tour Desk Coordinator: email@example.com.
Space is limited and teachers are encouraged to reserve tours early in the school year.
AIISF has produced an Angel Island Immigration Station Pre-visit Guide to assist in preparing for your trip to Angel Island Immigration Station. Click on the above link for a 6-page guide (PDF format) which includes background materials, short suggested activities, glossary, and list of resources.
Thanks to generous support from donors and Union Bank, AIISF has been able to help support local, Bay Area schools with supplemental funds to help cover transportation costs, tickets, and other expenses related to visiting Angel Island.
A limited number of scholarships are available and are awarded based on need as well as a booked tour reservation made with Angel Island State Park.
Please note, priority is given to Title 1 schools and classes who have never visited the Immigration Station. One scholarship is awarded per teacher, per school year.
After requesting a tour with Angel Island State Park, you can submit a scholarship application to firstname.lastname@example.org.