At Sycamore, teachers trained in gifted education deliver a curriculum designed to challenge and engage gifted learners. Art, music, Spanish, PE and technology are taught at all levels. Extensive field trips, athletics, child care, financial aid, and a wide variety of after school activities are offered.
1750 W. 64th Street 46260
Bongo Boy can host a number of different groups for a field trip experience. Most field trips are one hour in length with 45 minutes dedicated to facilitated rhythm activities. The cost is $5/person for groups of 30 or more. If the group is less than 30 people there is a minimum fee of $150/hour. We can tailor your field trip to your specific needs. Preschools often focus on rhythm and movement while elementary age and up focus on rhythm activities through drum circles.
8481 Bash St. Suite 1100 46250
In the heart of Indianapolis is a home for passion, creativity, innovation, and the highest caliber of professional and student performances – the Butler Arts Center. Consolidating four arts venues on the campus of Butler University under one umbrella organization, The Center is anchored by Clowes Memorial Hall, which seats 2,148 and after 53 years remains Indiana’s most versatile and professional venue, having welcomed the world’s greatest talent and personalities—a star-studded list that includes Maya Angelou and Bill Clinton, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Itzhak Perlman, Wynton Marsalis and Sir Elton John. The Schrott Center for the Arts, completed in 2013, adds a one-of-a-kind, student- and community-focused facility to the Butler Arts Center. At just 454 seats, but with a full-size proscenium stage, the venue is designed to optimize acoustics and sightlines, and is equally well-suited for music, dance, and theatre. Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall seats 138 in a space ideal for intimate recitals, concerts, talks, and lectures. Lilly Hall Studio Theatre is home to the renowned Butler Theatre who produce a wide range of classics, world premieres, and devised works. Together, Clowes Memorial Hall, the Schrott Center for the Arts, Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall, and Lilly Hall Studio Theatre form Central Indiana’s premier […]
4602 Sunset Avenue 46208
For over 30 years DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics has provided quality gymnastics instruction to children in the Indianapolis area and aspires to put the child’s joy and love of learning as our utmost goal. Over the years we have expanded our services to include gymnastics instruction for girls and boys, preschool development classes, parent and me classes, ninja classes for boys and girls, recreational and competitive cheerleading, special needs classes, birthday parties, day camps, and field trips. We are located in Fishers, IN, and if you’re looking for an upbeat, family atmosphere, DeVeau’s is the place for you!
9032 Technology Dr 46038
The Hamilton County Sports Complex is Hamilton County’s premier destination for family fun and quality sports instruction. From preschoolers to adults, we provide a variety of activities for families in our 64,000 square food indoor facility. Our goal is to encourage the community to exercise, socialize and develop athletic skills in a safe, friendly environment. Fun learning environments, a family friendly atmosphere and a plethora of choices make this the ideal spot for your family to participate in the activity of your choice.
9625 E. 150th Street, 46060
Eagle Care Day Camp is open to all entering Kindergarten through entering 5th grade students on the campus of Heritage Christian School. Campers can choose to attend 1 week or all summer with different themes and activities offered each week. Camp includes STEM hands on activities/experiments, art projects, crazy camp activities and games, field trips off campus during some weeks, and daily corporate worship and devotions.
6401 E 75th St 46250
Start with 95 acres of wooded ravines, winding trails, natural springs and a dramatic stretch of the White River. Add an innovative Nature Center staffed by experienced environmental educators and outdoor leaders. Combine these elements with dedicated teachers and excited students and you have created the dynamic educational opportunity found only at Holliday Park. Visit www.hollidaypark.org and click on the Environmental Education Field Trips tab to see our Field Trips Brochure and learn more! The 13,000 square foot Nature Center focuses on Marion County and Holliday Park natural and environmental history and features hands-on, discovery-based activities for all ages. Two classrooms host classes on nature, after-school activities and arts and crafts with an environmental theme.
6363 Spring Mill Road 46260
Take your students on a field trip they will never forget – a visit to the Indiana Experience at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center. Engage in a variety of hands-on activities that meet classroom needs. Field Trips are aligned to Indiana academic standards. Students will engage in a variety of hands-on activities designed to meet educational needs. Student groups will be greeted by IHS staff before receiving an orientation and tour schedule. Tour guides will lead students through the Indiana Experience, spending 15 to 20 minutes in each area. A complete tour of the Indiana Experience takes approximately 2 to 2 ½ hours. Visit our page to make a reservation today!
450 W Ohio St 46202
For 18 years Jewel Summer Enrichment camp has offered dynamic field trips to museums, State parks, Sky Zone, YMCA swimming lessons, Camptown at Eagle Creek Park, Bat Cave for roller skating, bowling, Incrediplex, Indiana fever game, Indianapolis games- knot hole members, college tours (12/13 year olds. We have STEM/STEAM academic rotation projects. Community service projects, Camp choir visits at nursing homes, breakfast and lunch are free. All transportation buses have seat belts, camp counselors all have CPR certifications. 7am to 6pm. Security on site.
5750 E 30th St 46218
Marengo Cave offers great field trips for all ages 363 days a year. Open 9:00-5:00 p,m. Marengo Cave offers two easy walking tours, gemstone mining, picnicking, hiking as well as camping and camping cabins. For ages 10 and more, cave exploring trips are also available.
400 E State Road 64 47140
Grab your compass, get ready to get your hands dirty, and navigate your way to a variety of topics led by our on-staff Naturalist. All field trips are led by Karen LaMere, our Resident Naturalist. Karen has a B.A. in Biology from Olivet College and an M.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife with an emphasis in Environmental Education from Michigan State University. She has over thirty years of experience as a Naturalist, Park Manager, Nature Center Director, and Interpretive Planner. She is also an Eco Tour Director, and has lead trips and tours both nationally and internationally. -Great for Elementary Schools, Boy Scout troops, Girl Scout troops, daycares, church groups, and more. -Designed for ages 4-10. -Located in beautiful, scenic Central Park, home of the Monon Community Center.</li> -$3 per kid, per program (min. 10, max. 30) -Offered during the months of September through May. Pick a date and time based on your availability! -Choose up to three nature programs that are each 1-hour in length. -We can build-in time for a lunch break for your group. -You get to bring 1 chaperone for every 10 kids attending at no charge! -You will need to provide your own transportation. -We are happy to reschedule your trip with […]
1235 Central Park Dr E 46032
Activities: Tours take approximately 90 minutes. (45 min. per floor) Please allow extra time for your visit if students are interested in purchasing souvenirs. Tour guides are Indiana Certified Teachers or NCAA Student-Athletes. Costs: $3.00 for each student (ages 18 and under), Teachers, aides, and bus drivers FREE, $5.00 for each parent chaperone. Bus Parking is FREE. Payment due on arrival by cash, Visa, Mastercard, or checks made payable to MainGate. Additional Notes: Pick-up and Drop-off information will be provided with confirmation. Cameras are welcome. Minimum 20 youth attendees, or minimum charge assessed (not including adult/corporate tours) Adult or Other Youth Group Tours of 15 or more: Activities for Adult Group Tours: Your group will be greeted by an NCAA staff member who was a former NCAA student-athlete. There will be time allowed so that you may ask questions about the student-athlete experience and/or about his or her position at the NCAA. You will then have an opportunity to tour the first floor of the NCAA National Office. There is no additional cost to include this as part of your tour. (Please note that this is an experience that is only included for an adult group tour and must be […]
700 W. Washington Street 46204
In 1999, Rex and Janice Zenor, purchased the land that is now known to so many as Piney Acres Farm. Rex had always been fond of tree farms, but as the years passed it grew into a passion and a dream to bring his own tree farm to life – a Christmas tree farm to be exact! For the Zenors, it’s all about seeing families enjoy themselves and make memories that will last a lifetime. The 73 acre farm offers wide open space where families can connect and enjoy interactive hands-on farm fun in the fresh country air.
1115 E. 1000 N, 46040
Whether it’s a birthday party, an afternoon pickup game of Ultimate Dodgeball, a charity event, or just a day out with the family, Sky Zone is a place to gather with friends, family, and your community. We provide ways for people to play together, as well as spaces for parents and non-jumpers to enjoy themselves while keeping an eye on the action. PLAINFIELD:851 South Columbia Rd STE 172 Plainfield, IN 46168 (317) 268-3200, firstname.lastname@example.org FISHERS: 10080 E. 121st Street, Suite 182 , Fishers, IN 46037 (317) 572-2999 ,email@example.com INDY SOUTH:4150 Kildeer Dr.Indianapolis, IN 46237 (317) 759-9925, firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1967 our organization began in a small pumpkin patch on Sergeant Road in Indianapolis. Many families and school children soon learned about “the patch” and in three years, we outgrew that location. The search for a special place where families could have a real farm experience led to Noblesville. An 1860s era farm situated on 50 acres of rolling farmland and woods became the new home of the “Pumpkin Harvest Festival.” The farm was named after Stony Creek, which meanders through the property. This creek was a Native American trade route and the site of an old gristmill. Many changes have occurred at Stonycreek Farm, but we still take great joy in seeing children pick their first pumpkin, go creek stomping with the YMCA, or listening to a church group singing on an autumn hayride. We now have third generation families picking their own pumpkins and starting a new tradition of cutting their own Christmas trees. We hope you and your family will join us and make the farm one of your family traditions. We look forward to seeing you this year as we celebrate our 43rd Anniversary!
11366 State Road 38, 46060
Today the Apple Works continues this tradition, taking advantage of the climate and soil of Southern Indiana, as well as the long history of families who have made apples and apple orchards part of their lives. We offer a remote, very rural location near the border of Johnson and Brown Counties. Nestled on gently rolling hills dotted with ponds and pockets of woods, our farm is a destination away from the fast pace of today and will hopefully prove to be a relaxing, country experience for all. No matter what the occasion, from field trips to birthday parties or just stopping by on the way home, we hope to make a worthy memory for you at our farm. *Tours offered August, Septemeber and October
8157 S. 250 West, Trafalgar 46181
The Children’s House summer camp provides weekly themed activities in a relaxing environment free of competition. Day camp activities include arts and crafts, drama, ceramics, recreational swimming, field trips, reading and outdoor games. Enrollment for day camp is limited to 20 children. Our summer preschool program is limited to 15 children.
2404 W 62nd St 46268
Programs tied to Indiana Academic Standards using inquiry-based learning styles; Teachers can download activities for the classroom; Museum events, planetarium shows, theater presentations, guided experiences encompassing science, social studies, character education, language arts, and the arts; New: 2012 School Memberships. Visit our website at www.childrensmuseum.org. Give your students a field trip to remember at the world’s biggest and best children’s museum. Explore five floors of interactive fun at your own pace or let us help you customize an immersive, standards-based experience. From archaeology digs to guided, in-depth science experiments, there is so much for school groups to see and do here.
3000 N Meridian St 46208