Field Trips

A farm provides a place where you can achieve many learning outcomes. It appeals to all types of learners! The auditory learner can hear a rooster crow, or a cow moo. The sensory learner can touch the wool on a soft sheep or feel the feathers of a baby chick. The sights, sounds and smell of the barn give each student an opportunity to come in close contact with our friendly animals.

Schedule Your Trip

Farm field trips take place Tuesday through Friday. They are scheduled at 10 a.m., 11:15 a.m., and 12:45 p.m. This one-hour guided tour explores different livestock species and teaches interesting facts about day-to-day functions of a working farm. The barn is heated in the winter, so your field trip can take place anytime throughout the school year. Teachers may ask the education coordinator to focus on a special topic about farm life that the students may be studying. Please ask the scheduler about this when you book your trip.

A room full of tables with red and white checkered table cloths.