Field Trips & Family Outings


Field trips are a fantastic way to build excitement and school spirit. And learning or helping pick where the class is headed is always at the top of students’ back-to-school lists.


Learning outside the classroom is a key component of a great education that gives excited students the chance to jump into new experiences and to do hands-on activities. It also gives kids the opportunity to ask professionals questions about their work—maybe in science, technology, performing arts, nature or maybe in some other career field. They also can ask what kind of education and background is helpful for landing such a job.


Wondering what fun and exciting field trips are available nearby or a short driving distance away? Boomer Bear has done the research for you, beginning on this page. The guide lists places that are fun, entertaining and educational for classrooms and for families with homeschoolers.


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School visits at the TUCSON GEM and MINERAL SHOW®

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 www.tgms.org or call 520-322-5773.

 

SHAMROCK FARMS FARM TOUR

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. View the cows being milked, let your students play on Roxie’s Outdoor Adventure and meet the...

SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport self-guided tours offer students, families, and others the opportunity to explore the airport and surrounding landmarks. Find out more about art exhibitions, a vintage World War I plane, PHX Sky Train, and...

SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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. Dine at...