The Arizona SciTech Festival is a multi-week, colorful showcase of more than 1,000 science, engineering, technology (STEM) and innovation events in over 50 Arizona cities featuring exhibits, hands-on activities, colorful shows, tours and discussio

The Arizona Diamondbacks are the Major League Baseball team in Arizona. Since its inception as an expansion franchise in 1998, the team has won a world championship (2001) and made six postseason appearances.

The Arizona State Fair provides unique opportunities for cross-curricular learning in Arizona’s MOST AWESOME classroom. Students and chaperones attend for FREE and registration is required.

Arizona Museum of Natural History has dinosaurs that roar and so much more! As Arizona’s premier natural history museum, we cater to educators and their students. Bring your students for an experience they won’t forget! All Ages.

Arizona Museum of Natural History has dinosaurs that roar and so much more!

Arizona Project WET (APW) develops water stewardship and STEM literacy by providing teacher professional development focused on systems thinking , direct student outreach that delivers or extends classroom learning, and community engagement.

Earth and Space Exploration day is a free annual fall event hosted by the School of Earth and Space Exploration on ASU’s Tempe campus inside/outside Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV.

AZCCRS (Common Core-based) Work Sheets: Fresh standards-based fun sheets for your classroom to use in conjunction with the current issue. Sign up for notifications of new Work Sheets online at

Pizza Hut established the BOOK IT! Reading Incentive Program to reward children for their reading accomplishments with recognition and pizza. Simple for the teacher to use, free, flexible and fun. The BOOK IT!

We honor the invaluable work of teachers through a variety of programs. *Educators who join Project: Educate receive 20% off purchases.

CAP offers an Arizona-specific water education program including downloadable lesson plans for K–3, 4–6, middle and high school students that are standards-based (Common Core correlations provided).

Discover the magic of color at Crayola Experience, Crayola’s premier, one-of-a-kind family attraction! Crayola Experience Chandler has 19 hands-on, creative activities for a full day of family fun.

East Valley Children’s Theatre provides live theatre experiences for youth age 5-18. Four main stage productions are performed at the Mesa Arts Center with field trip opportunities for school groups.

Enchanted Island’s scenic, beautiful oasis setting and central location make it the perfect field trip—complete with great food, fun rides, a variety of other exciting activities. Enjoy a new rock wall and a day of unlimited rides.

Flandrau gives your class a chance to explore the marvels of our universe– from the depths of the ocean to the farthest reaches of space, and everything in between!  Located on the mall of The University of Arizona

With 19,000 square feet of entertainment options, as well as meeting facilities, Flip Dunk is the perfect place for a field trip, fundraiser or class social. Come bounce off the walls with us. Cost: Varies. Ages: Any.

Girl Scouts the best girl leadership experience in the world. It began over 100 years ago with one woman, Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low, who believed in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world.

Experience Arizona history! Spend a fun-filled day rich in history. Tour an underground mine, ride the train, view reptiles and insects of the Sonoran Desert, pan for real gold and check out the Mystery Shack attraction. Educational fun!

The world’s largest museum of firefighting has many award-winning educational programs, from guided tours to exciting hands-on workshops.

The Heard Museum offers children’s educational tours and optional bonus tours with hands-on activities designed to help students learn more about Arizona tribal communities.

Jake’s Unlimited is an award-winning indoor amusement park and family entertainment center located in Mesa, Arizona!

At Mesa Grande Cultural Park students learn about the Hohokam desert peoples through a guided experiential field trip. We target the science and social studies standards of 4th to 6th grade, however all ages welcome. Ages: 7 and up.

It’s fall, the special time of the year for fun- filled field trips to Mother Nature’s Farm. We have a package of farm fun including OZ pumpkins, a hayride, the air bounce, feeding the farm animals, and Alexander’s Adventure Maze.

Have you ever wanted to learn about the life of a cowboy, or explore the adventure of the Wild West? Old Tucson welcomes student groups of 20 or more to enjoy our living classroom experience on your next field trip! 

Celebrating over 25 years in business, Out of Africa Wildlife Park strives to educate and entertain, to provide an exciting and engaging opportunity to love and respect creation and Creator.

This year, include the Phoenix Zoo in your curriculum with inquiry-based educational programs that are hands-on and student-driven, many with a focus on STEM practices.

Get a hands-on experience of the history of flight at Pima Air & Space Museum. With over 360 planes on 80 acres and 6 cooled hangars, it’s one of the premier aviation museums in the world!

Learn about the unique cultural landscape of the Hohokam at Pueblo Grande, a 1,500-year-old archaeological village site. Explore the platform mound, ballcourt and replicated prehistoric houses. Tours, crafts, outreaches offered.

Friday, February 14, 2020 school classes are invited to attend the Tucson Gem and Mineral show®. Registration begins    October 1, 2019. For more information visit or call 520-322-5773.


Shamrock Farms offers a fun and educational field trip through its working dairy farm that will show your students their pure, fresh farm-to-table story.

Whether flying or just visiting, take a self-guided tour to check out Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Enjoy Phoenix Airport Museum located throughout the airport, with exhibitions, art and even a vintage World War I airplane.

On our guided farm tours every child will get to harvest produce to take home and experience educational farm activities.

50,000 square feet of reptiles and amphibians from around the world. Petting zoo with tortoises, alligators, snakes and other lizards. Captive bred reptiles for sale. Cost: Adults: $10; Ages 6–12: $5 Ages 5 and under: Free.

Experiential, hands-on learning adventures under glass at the one-of-a-kind Biosphere 2! Learn about Earth systems, sustainability, biological diversity, and ecological complexity.

Valley Metro’s transit education program provides free classroom presentations to all grade levels.  We cover the steps of safely taking Valley Metro bus/rail/circulators and more.

Your field trip will complement any biology curriculum at any grade level. Students can feed lory parrots, learn about animal ambassadors and see some display natural behaviors during a Wildlife Encounter Show.