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Welcome to Little Rock Family's 2019 Field Trip Guide, a complete list of educational destinations around Arkansas, with options focused on nature, arts, history, science and more.


Featured Field Trips

Central Arkansas Nature Center

Clinton Presidential Center

Altitude Trampoline Park

Arkansas State Capitol

Central Arkansas Library System

Heifer International Campus

MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History

Museum of Discovery

Arkansas 4-H Center Programs



Choose from Little Rock Family's extensive list of field trip adventures the next time you venture outside of the classroom with your students. Click on one of the category links above or scroll down to see them all!


* Denotes Field Trip Guide sponsor


Arkansas Alligator Farm & Petting Zoo
847 Whittington Ave., Hot Springs | 501-623-6172
Ages: All ages
Rates: $4.50 ages 12 & under; $7.50 adults

This attraction is one of Hot Springs’ oldest and features alligator feedings, a petting zoo and a mini museum. Groups of 20 or more should call ahead.

Holtzman Riding Academy
4618 Highway 5 South, Benton | 501-860-2378
Ages: Up to 10  Rates: $8

The academy emphasizes the care, health, and responsibility of owning a horse and each child will have personal contact with one.

Lichterman Nature Center
5992 Quince Road, Memphis | 901-636-2221
Ages: Grades K-12  Rates: Varies

This urban nature center offers exciting exhibits, nature walks, wildlife programs and many other entertaining activities designed to put students in touch with nature.

Little Rock Animal Village
4500 Kramer St., Little Rock | 501-376-3067
Ages: 4-17  Rates: Free

Visit this animal shelter for the city of Little Rock for a tour lasting up to an hour.

Little Rock Zoo
1 Zoo Drive, Little Rock | 501-661-7200
Ages: 3 & up
Rates: $9.95 ages 3-12; free under age 3; $12.95 adults

Expose students to more than 500 different species of animals and teach them about nature and conservation in a fun, interactive environment. Customized educational programming and lunches are available for an extra fee. Group reservations for 15 or more people must be made 10 days in advance.

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
239 Turpentine Creek Lane, Eureka Springs | 479-253-5992
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

Turpentine is one of the largest big cat sanctuaries in North America and provides a lifetime home to neglected and abused victims of the exotic pet trade. Admission includes a guided walking tour and access to the self-guided area.

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Arkansas Repertory Theatre
601 Main St., Little Rock | 501-378-0405
Ages: 10-18  Rates: $8 per seat

Student Matinee Program performances have reduced-price tickets, study guides and talk-backs with cast and crew. Tours of the theater let students explore backstage magic and talk with the production crews.

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra
P.O. Box 7328, Little Rock | 501-666-1761
Ages: 8-12  Rates: Varies

The ASO offers 30-minute, in-school quartet demos that are tied to the teacher’s curriculum. Add to the experience with program features like an instrument petting zoo or recorder karate. The ASO also holds a children’s concert performance customized for young audiences.

Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas
701 S. Main St., Pine Bluff | 870-536-3375
Ages: 5 & up  Rates: Free; $2 donation per student suggested for field trips.

School groups, day camps and child care centers are welcome to schedule a guided tour and/or hands-on activity.

Ballet Arkansas
520 Main St., Little Rock | 501-223-5150
Ages: 3 & up
Rates: $5-$8 student matinee

Ballet Arkansas exposes students to the power and beauty of live dance with four student matinee performances during the 2019-2020 season: “Sleepy Hollow,” “Nutcracker Spectacular,” “Cinderella” and the “Master/Works” mixed bill.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
600 Museum Way, Bentonville | 479-657-2395
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

A variety of tours focus on subjects such as the Wild West and Modernism, and specific artists like Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz. Teachers can submit applications to visit the museum on the website; each year, school groups are selected in a lottery.

Walton Arts Center
495 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville | 479-443-5600
Ages: Grades pre-K-12
Rates: $10, reservation required

The center offers live matinee performances in a variety of art forms including dance, theater, puppetry and world music. Free guided tours of the art gallery must be reserved in advance.

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350 S. Donaghey Ave., Conway | 501-682-2386
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Visit the studio and production facilities where programs about Arkansas are made. Technical-oriented tours can be arranged for high school or college broadcasting classes.

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Altitude Trampoline Park
15707 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock
501-353-1281, AltitudeTrampolineParkLR.com
Ages: All ages
Rates: $11 per person (1 hour)

Bounce around on 125 interconnected trampolines, jump into a 60-foot foam pit, play dodgeball and experience a virtual reality arcade.

Arkansas Skatium
1311 Bowman Road, Little Rock | 501-227-4333
Ages: All ages
Rates: $9 for roller skating or ice skating;
$11 for both

Open year-round for roller and ice skating activities.

Arkansas State Fair
2600 Howard St., Little Rock | 501-372-8341
Ages: 4-18
Rates: Free from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. weekdays, $5 otherwise

A variety of livestock shows and displays are held during the fair each October. Students can enjoy magic shows, a petting zoo, arts and crafts displays, exhibitions and activities.

Big Rock Fun Park
11411 Baseline Road, Little Rock | 501-455-3750
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

Enjoy mini-golf, bumper boats, a lazer frenzy maze, arcade games with prizes, go-karts and more. Counting, adding, following directions, team building and other educational features are incorporated into activities.

Celebrity Attractions
426 W. Markham St., Little Rock | 501-244-8800
Ages: 4 & up  Rates: Varies

The 2019-2020 production lineup for student groups includes “Wicked,” “Cats” and “The Play That Goes Wrong.”

DEFY Little Rock
4711 Talley Road, Little Rock | 501-313-0100
4699 S. Dixieland Road, Rogers | 479-802-0140
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

DEFY gravity at this 30,000-square-foot trampoline park that offers dodgeball, a ninja obstacle course, silks and slacklines, a zipline and more.

Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum
250 Central Ave., Hot Springs | 501-623-5836
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

Wax sculptures of famous politicians, entertainers and historical figures will fascinate your tour group.

Loco Ropes!
Ozark Folk Center State Park, 1025A Park Ave., Mountain View | 870-269-6566
Ages: All ages   Rates: Varies

Loco Ropes offers group, team-building and high adventure events with more than 35 heart-pumping obstacles. Discounts are available for school groups.

Magic Springs Theme and Water Park
1701 E. Grand Ave., Hot Springs | 501-318-5370
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

During “Education in Motion” in May, the park is open only to pre-booked school groups, perfect for year-end field trips. Select water attractions will be running.

National Park Duck Tours
418 Central Ave., Hot Springs | 501-624-3825
Ages: All ages
Rates: Varies depending on total group participants

Climb aboard an amphibious World War II DUKW and enjoy a 75-minute sightseeing tour by land and water of sites including Lake Hamilton and Bathhouse Row.

Silver Dollar City
399 Silver Dollar City Parkway, Branson, Missouri | 800-417-7770
Ages: All ages   Rates: Varies

This field trip blends educational elements with fun rides, shows and attractions. Silver Dollar City offers a living history lesson as well as an education in earth science, applied physics, drama and American craftsmanship.

Verizon Arena
1 Verizon Arena Way, North Little Rock | 501-340-5660
Ages: All ages   Rates: Free

Take a tour of the state’s largest arena to see the arena bowl, backstage area, meeting rooms and suites. Tours last 30-45 minutes but are not available on event days.

Wild River Country
6820 Crystal Hill Road, North Little Rock | 501-753-8600
Ages: All ages Rates: $12.50

Make a splash at this 26-acre water park in North Little Rock, which reserves two days each year exclusively for school field trips.

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Arkansas Food Bank
4301 W. 65th St., Little Rock | 501-565-8121
Ages: 8 & up  Rates: Free

Students can have team-building experience through volunteer shifts to sort and box donated food. Groups of volunteers ages 8-15 require one adult for every five students. Groups with ages 16-18 need one adult for every 10 students.

Kilwins Little Rock
415 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock | 501-379-9865
Ages: All ages  Rates: $10-$15

Experience the nostalgia of an old time soda fountain from the making of handmade fudge to dipping ice cream. Kids get to be a part of the process and make their own tasty treat to enjoy.

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Arkansas Governor’s Mansion
1800 Center St., Little Rock | 501-324-9805
Ages: 5 & up  Rates: Free

Tour the grounds, gardens and public rooms of the Governor’s Mansion.

Arkansas Secretary of State
500 Woodlane, Little Rock | 501-682-5080
Ages: 5 & up  Rates: Free

The Secretary of State’s Education Department uses traveling classroom presentations, workshops and guided tours of the Arkansas State Capitol to teach about the state’s history, the importance of voting and how elections are conducted.

Arkansas State Capitol
500 Woodlane Ave., Little Rock
501-682-5080, SOS.Arkansas.gov
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Students can see several historic points of interest throughout the building on a guided or self-guided tour.

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Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum
120 Riverfront Park Drive, North Little Rock | 501-371-8320
Ages: 5 & up
Rates: Reduced group rates available

Enjoy an educational tour of the USS Razorback submarine and ask about the museum’s other Navy vessel, the tugboat Hoga.

Arkansas Post National Memorial
1741 Old Post Road, Gillett | 870-548-2207
Ages: All ages   Rates: Free

Arkansas Post Visitor Center provides a museum, educational tour and a 22-minute orientation film. Historical sites related to more than 300 years of Arkansas history are situated on the park grounds, as well as a picnic area and three miles of walking trails.

Arkansas State University Museum
320 University Loop W., Jonesboro | 870-972-2074
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

See Native American artifacts, war memorabilia, a replica of a mastodon skeleton and how the early settlers once lived. Students can also do some tinkering in the Tinkering Studio.

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
2120 W. Daisy L. Gatson Bates Drive, Little Rock | 501-374-1957
Ages: Grades 4-College   Rates: Free

The National Park Service visitor center offers exhibits and Ranger-led programs that explore the history of the 1957 desegregation of Central High School. Tours are by reservation only.

Clinton House Museum
930 W. Clinton Drive, Fayetteville | 479-444-0066
Ages: Grades K-12  Rates: Free

The Clinton House Museum focuses on the lives of Bill and Hillary Clinton during their time in Fayetteville. Its programs match the Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks for history, social studies and government.

Clinton Presidential Center
1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock
501-374-4242,  ClintonPresidentialCenter.org/Education
Ages: Grades pre-K-12
Rates: Free with reservation

The Clinton Center offers a unique perspective of the work of President Bill Clinton. We offer a variety of interactive exhibits, including a White House Cabinet Room reconstruction and a full-scale replica of the Oval Office, as well as unique temporary exhibits.

Delta Cultural Center
141 Cherry St., Helena | 870-338-4350
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

The museum focuses on the 27 counties of the Arkansas Delta and the history of its people. Topics include exhibits on Native Americans, European explorers, the Mississippi River, the Civil War, Delta towns and music of the Delta. Tours are available upon request.

Historic Arkansas Museum
200 E. Third St., Little Rock | 501-324-9351
Ages: Grades K-12  Rates: Varies

Historic Arkansas Museum offers many field trip programs that bring pioneer Arkansas to life. The multilevel programs progress as students advance in school so they can come back year after year to fresh experiences.

Historic Curran Hall-Little Rock Visitor Information Center
615 E. Capitol Ave., Little Rock | 501-371-0076
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Tour the garden and home, while hearing a short talk on the home’s history and occupants. Call to arrange a tour.

Historic Washington State Park
103 Franklin St., Washington | 870-983-2684
Ages: 8 & up
Rates: $5 ages 6-12, $9 adults

Historic Washington offers student tours, extended learning programs and overnight programs. Distance learning through CILC lets students experience the park without leaving school, if desired.

Hot Springs National Park Visitor Center and Museum
369 Central Ave., Hot Springs | 501-620-6715
Ages: All ages   Rates: Free

Students can discover the park’s various attractions such the bathhouses and hot springs through group or self-guided tours. Make reservations at least six weeks in advance.

Jacksonville Museum of Military History
100 Veterans Circle, Jacksonville | 501-241-1943
Ages: 6 & up  Rates: $1 per student

The museum focuses on local and regional military history from the Civil War era to current day engagements. Call in advance for tours for more than five students.

MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History
503 E. Ninth St., Little Rock
501-376-4602, ArkMilitaryHeritage.com
Ages: All ages
Rates: Free

Take a guided tour of the historic arsenal, learn about the contributions that many Arkansans have made during military conflicts and see the birthplace of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Interactive programs, arts and crafts, and special programs are available upon request.

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center
501 W. Ninth St., Little Rock | 501-683-3593
Ages: Grades 4-12  Rates: Free

The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is dedicated to telling the story of Arkansas’ African American history and using those stories to encourage understanding and excite the imagination. Reservations are required three weeks in advance.

Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie
921 E. 4th St., Stuttgart | 870-673-7001
Ages: 5 & up  Rates: Free

The Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie demonstrates how the prairie pioneers lived, worked and played. With more than 10,000 artifacts, the museum has exhibits ranging from waterfowl to agriculture and all points in between. Call to make arrangements for groups of more than six people.

National Civil Rights Museum
450 Mulberry St., Memphis | 901-521-9699 ext. 2224
Ages: 4 & up
Rates: $11 ages 5-17; $12 college students; $14 adults; free for bus drivers

The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, the site of the assassination
of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., chronicles key episodes of the American civil rights movement and  its legacy through collections, exhibitions and educational programs.

Old State House Museum
300 W. Markham St., Little Rock | 501-324-8642
Ages: Grades K-12   Rates: Free

The Old State House Museum’s guided tours are an exciting way to learn about Arkansas history. They feature the museum’s permanent exhibits, changing exhibits and the history of the Old State House.

Ozark Folk Center State Park
1032 Park Ave., Mountain View | 870-269-3851
Ages: 9 & up
Rates: $2 discount per child ticket; free for teachers and bus drivers

The folk center offers programs and tours where elementary students can experience music, folk arts and crafts and learn the history of the region.

Parker Homestead
16944 Homestead Road, Harrisburg | 870-578-2699
Ages: All ages
Rates: Call for details

Students can experience how Arkansans once lived and worked by touring the grounds of the homestead. A tour of the grounds includes a general store, grist mill and more.

Plantation Agriculture Museum State Park
4815 State Highway 161 S., Scott | 501-961-1409
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture and farm life in Arkansas. Learn about growing and picking cotton, as well as ginning and storing the seeds. Tour the 1912 museum building, Dortch Gin Building and Seed Warehouse #5.

Scott Settlement Tours
County Road 84 & Alexander Road, Scott | 501-351-5737
Ages: 6 & up
Rates: $3 per person; free for teachers and bus drivers

Scott Connections created this special setting depicting early settlement life in Scott. All tours are conducted by guides who grew up in the area.

Shiloh Museum of Ozark History
118 W. Johnson Ave., Springdale | 479-750-8165
Ages: Grades K-12   Rates: Free

Come experience Ozark living from historic days to the present. The Shiloh Museum focuses on the northwest Arkansas Ozarks and the everyday people who lived there. Visit a modern museum, seven historic buildings and shaded grounds.

The Walmart Museum
105 N. Main St., Bentonville | 479-277-8923
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

See where the Walmart retail empire began. Enjoy a three-part experience with a world-class exhibit gallery, Walton’s 5&10, and the Spark Cafe, a 1950s-style soda fountain.

Toltec Mounds Archaeological State Park
490 Toltec Mounds Road, Scott | 501-961-9442
Ages: All ages
Rates: $3 per student; free for teachers and bus drivers

Visit a Native American site and its facility where students can participate in educational activities.

War Eagle Mill
11045 War Eagle Road, Rogers | 479-789-5343
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Take a guided tour of the Mill and the historic bridge, learn how the grist mill operates and hear stories about battles, legends and ghosts.

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Pink Palace Family of Museums
3050 Central Ave., Memphis | 901-636-2362
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

This wide-ranging collection of attractions offers students the experience of hands-on inquiry and discovery with a variety of educational programs and activities for groups.

The Wonder Place
10301 N. Rodney Parham Road, Suite E2, Little Rock | 501-225-4050
Ages: 0-8
Rates: $6.75 for groups of 15 or more

This is a creative play space for kids featuring interactive stations for imaginative play that includes a tree house, an artist studio, a drama stage and puppet area, a mock River Market, an infant/toddler area and more.

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Arkansas Frontier
1625 Wesley Chapel Road, Quitman | 501-589-3122
Ages: Grades pre-K-8
Rates: $9-$11, varies by package

This living history farm is open each October. Field trips include a pumpkin patch and farm tour and hayride. Students can tour a pioneer homestead, Native American village and a one-room schoolhouse. There are also pig races, an enchanted forest, a dinosaur dig and more.

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
2 Natural Resources Drive, Little Rock | 501-223-6300
Ages: 4 & up  Rates: Free

AGFC nature and education centers across the state use hands-on experience and education to focus on the natural elements and ecosystems found around the state.

Arkansas Outdoor School
Arkansas Four-H Center, 1 Four-H Way, Little Rock
501-821-6884, UAEX.edu/AOS
Ages: Grades K-12   Rates: Varies

The school’s day and overnight programs combine an outdoor setting (indoor options available) with hands-on, experiential activities including orienteering, outdoor cooking, geology, astronomy, map reading, GPS technology and more.

BoBrook Farms
13810 Combee Lane, Roland | 501-519-5666
Ages: K-5
Rates: $8 per child, $5 per parent; free for teachers

Trips to BoBrook include a short presentation on crops, hayrides, a sunflower maze, farm zoo, hay pyramid, corn pit and more.

Crater of Diamonds State Park
209 State Park Road, Murfreesboro | 870-285-3113
Ages: All ages
Rates: $5 ages 13 & up; $3 ages 6-12; ages 5 & under free

Request a mining demonstration or another program when making reservations.

Forrest L. Wood Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center
600 E. Lawson Road, Jonesboro | 870-933-6787
Ages: Grades K-12  Rates: Free

The center offers programs and exhibits on the wildlife, natural history and topography of the Crowley’s Ridge area. There is an observation deck in the education complex and a series of trails for nature walks.

Garvan Woodland Gardens
550 Arkridge Road, Hot Springs | 501-262-9603
Ages: 6-12  Rates: $5

Take a walking tour of this 210-acre botanical garden and explore a children’s adventure garden and huge tree house. Topics include forest ecology, plant identification and dendrology.

Good Earth Learning Center
511 Ernie Davis Road, Austin | 501-732-0321
Ages: Grades pre-K-6  Rates: $10

Students can gather eggs, feed chickens and lambs, pet rabbits, learn how worms create compost, plant or harvest food and more.

Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center
8300 Wells Lake Road, Fort Smith | 479-452-3993
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

The center lets groups enjoy exhibits, nature trails and native plants on the grounds, and fishing at Wells Lake.

Lake Ouachita State Park
5451 Mountain Pine Road, Mountain Pine | 501-767-9366
Ages: All ages
Rates: Varies but several programs are free

Park interpreters offer year-round programming to provide recreational and educational opportunities. There are barge and kayak tours, nature talks, hikes, activities and crafts for all ages.

Ozark Gateway Region
453 Batesville Blvd., Batesville | 870-793-9316
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

Experience six state parks, float on a beautiful river, discover Blanchard Springs Caverns and have treetop adventures. Find rich history in state parks and museums in the area.

Ozark Natural Science Center
1905 Madison 1305, Huntsville | 479-202-8340
Ages: Grades 4-12  Rates: Varies

Students explore, discover, experiment, question and observe in this 15,000-acre classroom without walls. ONSC teacher naturalists guide students through hands-on outdoor science classes and overnight programs are also available.

Petit Jean State Park
1285 Petit Jean Mountain Road, Morrilton | 501-727-5441
Ages: All ages
Rates: Free, unless otherwise noted

Programs include tours of Bear Cave, Rock House Cave and Cedar Falls Overlook. Students can learn the legend of Petit Jean and take the C.C.C. History Stroll of Petit Jean State Park.

Pinnacle Mountain State Park
11901 Pinnacle Valley Road, Little Rock | 501-868-5806
Ages: All ages
Rates: Free but special rates may apply for use of facilities

Interpretive programs include guided trail hikes, canoe and kayak floats on the local rivers, boat cruises on Lake Maumelle and more.

Ron Coleman Mining
155 Crystal Ridge Lane, Jessieville | 501-984-5396
Ages: 5 & up  Rates: $5 per activity

Students dig into a quartz mine and get to keep everything they find. They can also take a tour and ride the Army truck into the mine and see where and how crystals form. Fly across the mine on a zip line for extra excitement!

Roseberry Farms
12223 Hwy. 9, Benton | 501-722-8545
Ages: All ages
Rates: $6 per student/parent; free for teachers and bus drivers

Take a hayride or barrel ride, play in a hay fort, try a beanbag toss, visit farm animals and more. Educational activities include learning how to grow pumpkins and other fall crops.

The Vines Center
1 Four-H Way, Little Rock | 501-821-4444
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

The center’s educational programs put students in natural settings for hands-on learning adventures. Options include the Arkansas Outdoor School or ExCEL and programs are offered on- or off-site.

Wildwood Park for the Arts
20919 Denny Road, Little Rock | 501-821-7275
Ages: Grades K & up
Rates: Donations only

Take a tour of the theater, garden, and nature and art galleries.

Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center
602 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock
501-907-0636, AGFC.com
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

The center offers conservation education with programs focused on water, animals, habitats and outdoor skills.

Wye Mountain Flowers & Berries
20309 Hwy. 113, Roland | 501-330-1906
Ages: 5-10  Rates: $6 per child

Learn about locally grown flowers and berries. Children can make and decorate their own basket and then pick berries. See bunnies and other farm animals and stop by farm funland to try slides, swings and ride the berry choo-choo.

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Central Arkansas Library System
100 Rock St., Little Rock
501-918-3000, CALS.org
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Tour the library and participate in programs and events for all ages. Visit the website for information about programming at the other 13 branches in Pulaski and Perry counties.

Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library & Learning Center
4800 W. 10th St., Little Rock | 501-978-3870
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

The library includes a computer lab, teaching kitchen, large activity area, a greenhouse, individual and group study rooms, theater and community room in addition to a collection of more than 21,000 books, DVDs and CDs.

Saline County Library
1800 Smithers Drive, Benton | 501-778-4766
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Visiting groups are welcome anytime the library is open. The library offers tours, storytimes, crafts, makerspace activities, database training and scavenger hunts.

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Arkansas Archeological Survey
2475 N. Hatch Ave., Fayetteville | 479-575-6550
Ages: All ages  Rates: Free

Groups of 30 or less are invited to learn about how archeologists do their jobs and what kinds of information they discover. Tour the University Collections and try fun, hands-on educational activities.

Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub
204 E. 4th St., North Little Rock | 501-794-8106
Ages: Grades 4 & up
Rates: $6-$12 per student

The Innovation Hub offers educational experiences that support each class that comes through its doors. Field trips can cover electricity, laser cutting, flight and video game design. The Hub Immersion field trip is available for groups of 50-100.

Coon Creek Science Center
2983 Hardin Graveyard Road, Adamsville, Tennessee | 901-636-2362
Ages: Grades K-12
Rates: Varies

Coon Creek Science Center contains one of the most important fossil sites in North America. Students can see impeccably preserved marine shells and vertebrate remains left on the site 70 million years ago.

Little Rock Water Reclamation Authority
11 Clearwater Drive, Little Rock | 501-376-2903
Ages: Grades 6 & up  Rates: Free

Visit local treatment facilities and walk through the treatment process. It is an industrial site so closed-toe shoes are recommended for visitors.

Mid-America Science Museum
500 Mid-America Blvd., Hot Springs | 501-767-3461 ext. 115
Ages: All ages   Rates: $7 per student

Discover all of the great possibilities that are available for encouraging hands-on science education for students and adults. See the online Field Trip Guide on the website for information.

Museum of Discovery
500 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock
501-396-7050, MuseumOfDiscovery.org
Ages: All ages  Rates: Varies

Ignite students’ imaginations with more than 40 educational programs on science, technology, engineering, math, health and social science. All hands-on classes are taught by trained museum educators.

Reynolds Science Center Planetarium
1100 Henderson St., Box 7784, Arkadelphia | 870-230-5417
Ages: All ages  Rates: $3 per student

The Planetarium is open to the public for shows, star-gazing events, field trips and private functions.

Scott Family Amazeum
1009 Museum Way, Bentonville | 479-696-9280
Ages: Grades K-4
Rates: $6 per person for groups of 20 or more

The museum’s Unfield Trips are hands-on experiences that use the museum to help students connect concepts taught in the classroom.

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Little Rock Tours & Travel
3100 Interstate 30, Little Rock | 501-868-7287
Ages: All ages   Rates: Varies

Little Rock Tours offers affordable transportation to field trip destinations in and out of state. Popular destinations include Toltec Mounds in Arkansas, Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia and Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Heifer International Campus: Featuring Heifer Village and Urban Farm
1 World Ave., Little Rock
501-907-2697, Heifer.org/Village
Ages: All ages
Rates: Free

The Heifer International Campus features interactive exhibits and programs that provide a stimulating and challenging educational experience for people of all ages.

Heifer Ranch
55 Heifer Road, Perryville | 855-343-4337
Ages: All ages  Rates: $10

The Ranch offers tours, overnight experiences, service-learning programs and more. Programs use an experiential approach to teaching about hunger and poverty, which inspires and challenges participants to become the change that creates a better world.

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