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The Detroit Historical Museum provides engaging field trip experiences for students in grades 3 through 12. Aligned with state social studies standards, our tours and programs will enhance any curriculum.
Tours, programs, and workshops must be booked a minimum of one month in advance. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation letter with an invoice and other important information.
Full payment is due two weeks prior to the program date.
Your field trip is subject to cancellation if your payment is late.
Parking in our lot is $9 per car and based on availability.
Student groups will love Branson! Branson has lots of fun attractions such as theme parks, water parks, museums, ziplines, escape rooms, dinner shows, dinner cruises, and more. Branson has performance opportunities for your choir, band or dance group. We help groups and individuals plan visits to Branson, MO. We can help you with all of the details.
The Official National Comedy Hall of Fame is a not-for-profit entity that pays tribute to the legacy of all forms of comedy in our history and the laughter we have enjoyed over all the years. Our mission is to preserve and celebrate the history of Comedy and to honor the “Great Legends of Comedy” who have dedicated their lives to improve the world we live in by sharing with us their humor and bestowing upon us the greatest gift of all, LAUGHTER.
Sample-McDougald House field trips are designed to be educational, fun and hands-on. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in activities focused on our Museum’s history, organic gardening practices, the importance of biodiversity and community, and reconnecting with the nature through fun activities.
Located at One Depot Square in downtown Englewood (NJ), formerly the Grammy® Award winning Bennett Studios, The Performing Arts School at bergenPAC is northern New Jersey’s premier arts education program. Offering classes in a variety of performing arts disciplines and opportunities to participate in live performances, the school provides students of all ages and backgrounds with arts experiences that stimulate learning and spark creativity and imagination. This program was developed for young people ages 3 months to 21 years old, and since its inception has reached thousands of children.
Dr. Henry Morris’ Institute for Creation Research launched the Creation and Earth History Museum in 1992. For 16 years, ICR developed and grew the exhibits with a mission to equip believers with evidence of the Bible’s accuracy and authority through scientific research, educational programs, and media presentations, all conducted within a thoroughly biblical framework. Upon ICR’s move to Texas in 2008, the entire museum and its contents were sold to Scantibodies Laboratory, Inc.
Tom Cantor, the owner of Scantibodies Laboratory, Inc., and his wife Cheryl founded a non-profit 501c3 ministry called the Life and Light Foundation. The Life and Light Foundation owns and operates the museum and continues creation evangelism.
The Award-winning JAYCEE Corridor & Arboretum and Senator Roch RIVERWALK RIverpoint Community Park W. Warwick, R.I. Rated: Excellent Overall
Approximately 400 linear foot Naturepath, that possesses over seventy-two (72) species of shrubs, mini-trees and ornamental bushes along with hundreds of annual public tree/flower plantings as you enter the breathtaking trails of the Senator Roch Riverwalk for another 1.3 miles.
The esplanade Corridor has a JAYCEE Community Leadership Stone with over seven-hundred New England Cobbler Bricks as an entrance of warm welcome and a striking plaza-style footprint within an urban center of that locale. The Walkway allows for a semi-pervious, tarred-substance pathway that is handicapped access and is lined as a divide between adjacent soccer and ballfields with nine (9) huge White Ash Trees.
It also houses a beautiful Native American (Narragansett Indians) Display Case that holds the town’s Tree Care and Preservation Act (a/k/a) The JAYCEE Green Law) and the multi-community Pawtuxet River Authority & Watershed Council original 1972 legislation.
The Corridor provides for an oversized, Trellis or Arbor that was erected by Boy Scout Eagle Candidates. This offers a quaint portal to the majestic state Senator Donald Roch Monument and RIVERWALK that welcomes visitors to a 1.3 mile meandering wilderness trail along the confluence of the Pawtuxet River – Rhode Island’s largest area waterway.
The Arboretum and Roch Riverwalk are extraordinary pathways that intersect with the West Bay BikePath – a 3.1 mile segment of the multi-state East Coast Greenway – (that when completed, the lECG] will be a 2,600-mile corridor along existing and planned trails in a continuous city to city greenway on the Eastern seaboard).
The natural, pervious, park-like, wilderness trails of the JAYCEE Corridor, cascades through wildlife habitats that gradually approaches an on-street boulevard, which connects to the newly created Pawtuxet River Walkway Project (West Warwick Riverwalk), that offers a continuity of mill conversion buildings and the ambiance of a state-of-the-art walkway with kiosks, largos and powerful waterfalls.
It has received many community and preservation awards! It was founded and created by the Kent County JAYCEES of Rhode Island (United States Junior Chamber) in 1998 recognizing the memory of James Humbert-Louis ‘Jimmy’ Lancellotta, a local man who was dedicated to Boy Scouts activities and School Boy Sports!
The JAYCEE Education & Library Foundation is the primary funding source of its extensive maintenance as it regularly provides botanical and horticultural training events for schools, senior centers and the general public. Although, the JAYCEES accept donations, Adopt-A-Spots, plants, shrubbery and other charitable contributions!
Note: The Award-Winning JAYCEE Corridor & Arboretum is featured in many quality publications and was recently cited by the Providential Gardner in Rhode Island. Its host municipality – W. Warwick – is a TREE CITY/USACommunity
Adults $15.00 Children age 7 years to 12 years old $7.00
Science, Math, and much more.
CORAL CASTLE Top ranked by TripAdvisor / Yelp! Top 10 Historic Hot Spot / Museum/ Theme Park in S. FL. Ed Leedskalnin was 100 lbs. and stood just over 5 feet tall. He built his castle in secret leaving scientists, engineers, scholars baffled since 1923. See a 9-ton gate, a Polaris telescope and the world’s only Sundial with seasons. Some of the Castle’s pieces are twice the weight of the largest blocks of the great pyramids of Egypt. Seen on History Ch., Travel Ch. Discovery Ch, Univision, BBC. Live tours.
Often referred to as America’s Stonehenge, the Coral Castle has baffled scientists, engineers and scholars since its opening in 1923. How could a five-foot tall, 100 pound man single handedly carve and move such incredible amounts of coral rock? How did Ed make hand tools from a junk yard to create a nine-ton gate so perfectly balanced it swung open with a touch of a finger! The Coral Castle has been featured in Life Magazine, “In Search Of”, “You Asked For It!”, and “Ripley’s Believe It or Not”, “That’s Incredible”, The History Channel, and registered with The National Historic Places since 1984.
The Wildlife Conservation Society’s five zoos and aquarium of New York City host programs for children, families and adults throughout the year. The Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Zoo, and the New York Aquarium offer many opportunities to connect with nature right in our own backyard of NYC. Some of the educational options at our parks include summer camp, family overnights, programs for you and your toddler, birthday parties, and much more!
No matter which borough you live in, we encourage you to discover wildlife with the guidance of our talented educators. All programs include admission to the zoo for the day, and include special animal interactions that are sure to stay with you long after your visit is over.