Elementary School Trips
At Tuttles, agricultural education is one of our core values. We welcome elementary students every year for bushels of field trip fun!
Students Hosted Annually
Schools Hosted Annually
the Following Year
Fall Field Trips
(September - October)
Local schools can sign their group up for our hands-on life science class in the apple orchard and pumpkin patch.
Tour is approximately 2 hours in length
+ 30 minutes of free time for play
Cost: $12/student and adults
Minimum 15 participants per group
Scheduling opens July 15th.
Reservations can be made online for fall tours. For spring or summer tours or if you have further questions you can call 317-326-2278 and press 5 for groups or email Christie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elementary field trips are designed for ages 5-10.
Spring Field Trips
(March - April)
Want to help your students learn about how things grow in a hands-on environment?
Tuttles is now offering spring field trips for preschool and elementary students. Our spring greenhouse field trips provide kids a hands-on opportunity to see a greenhouse first-hand and learn about where things grow.
Cost is coming soon!
Please note cider and donuts are NOT included in this year.
1 Free teacher per every 15 students.
Maximum of 2 classes per time slot for spring tours.
Minimum 15 participants to schedule.
Please note: the outdoor activities like Tractor Town are not open in the spring. If you wish to bring a picnic lunch, bring blankets to eat outside on the grass as the fall eating area us not available.
Summer Farm-to-Table Field Trips
(June - August)
Children love to discover where food comes from and to learn how it grows. These field trips let them see the process in person and participate in hands-on activities.
Cost is $15/student and or adult for 1.5 hours. This includes the tour and playtime in Tractor Town. If groups wish to stay 2 hours, then the cost is $20/person.
1 Free teacher per every 15 students. Minimum 15 students to schedule.
Only one or two classes can be accommodated per time as summer tours are more one-on-one, so we are unable to accommodate several classes at one time.
Please note: If you wish to bring a picnic lunch, bring blankets to eat outside on the grass as the fall eating area is not available.
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