School Field Trips

School Groups Love The Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens!

These school field trips get your students out from behind the desk and into adventure!

An effective way to feed your classroom’s motivation is to get the students outside… and into an environment that encourages them to use their knowledge and physical capabilities.

The Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens is more than just a fun activity: from building self-confidence and leadership skills among your students, to introducing a hands-on approach to your lesson plan—it can support your classroom dynamic and courses in a unique, engaging way.

One thing is for sure… this school field trip will leave kids and teachers alike with a lasting memory.


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We’ve put our best tips, information and printable resources together to help make your school field trip planning a breeze in the trees!


What you can expect… when you bring your school group to the Adventure Park.

An organizer checklist… to help you stay organized with what you need!

Ideas for your lesson plans… to bring a hands-on approach to your class!


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School Field Trip Packages include:

  • 2 hours of climbing and zip lining
  • Complimentary tickets for chaperones (10:1 ratio)
  • Free bus parking
  • All necessary climbing equipment
  • A safety briefing and practice time
  • Fun times for everyone!


Support for Individuals with Special Needs

We may be able to offer additional free chaperones for your special needs climbers. Please inquire about this at the time of booking.

Let’s talk about food at The Adventure Park!

Everyone is welcomed to bring their own food, snacks, and drinks OR have it catered by Heritage’s exclusive caterer, The Casual Gourmet… just ask us about it!  Group rates with optional add-on lunch options are also available!

Other details for your School Field Trip at The Adventure Park at Heritage Museums & Gardens

Plan to arrive 30 minutes before your climb time for your safety briefing.

Depending on the selections made, on-site time for Adventure Park field trips can range from 2.5 to 5 hours. 


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Add an Amazing Place Challenge to your climb! 

Choose from one of two interactive outdoor experiences which provide students with activities that get their minds and bodies moving! Working in small teams, students will compete to finish a series of tasks before and after their climb. Activities incorporate curriculum standards-based elements and 21st-century skill building!

The Leadership Challenge
Participants will race to complete a series of tasks designed to activate various elements of leadership, including problem-solving, decision making, and group dynamics. Activities may include, but are not limited to, a trust walk, a game of giant Jenga, and a team tarp flip; in addition to multiple 21st century skills such as encouraging active participation, verbal and non-verbal communication, trust building, collaboration, and teamwork.   

Click HERE to see the curriculum for this workshop.

Click HERE to download pre and post-visit materials.

The Forest Challenge
During this competition, participants will be divided into small groups and will focus on developing and sharpening scientific observation skills. Accomplishing a series of tasks related to forest ecosystems and physics will help students to explore real-world applications of science in a fun and exciting way. Activities include creating a living food web, conducting a forest assessment, exploring friction, gravity and more.

Click HERE to see the curriculum for this workshop. 

Click HERE to download pre and post-visit materials.


To explore fully the range of field trip activities offered through Heritage Museums, please visit: Heritage Field Trips 

School programs are taught by Heritage Museum Instructors and meet state curriculum requirements. They can be booked by contacting The Adventure Park at 508-866-0199 and are offered at the group rate of $9 per student.