Field Trips in Georgia
Tie your Georgia field trip adventures into a full unit study with these Georgia Fun Facts for Kids.
Atlanta Homeschool Happenings
This list is for posting any and all EVENTS for, about or of interest to homeschoolers in the Atlanta area including but not limited to: field trips, classes, concerts, plays, parties, meetings, lectures, discussion groups, play dates and homeschool group curriculum/used book sales, etc.
Georgia On The Cheap
A field trip group for homeschooling families in Georgia. We welcome homeschoolers from all over the state, though we will be concentrating on the area around Atlanta and north.
Homeschool Excursions is working to find the best way to offer quality activities at affordable prices. A successful membership program will cover our overhead expenses so we can offer events at reduced rates.
by Mrs. Sue E Rodman
Did you know if you have a library card in Georgia, you can take your family to Zoo Atlanta for free? Or that you can take your children to see the stars through high powered telescopes – right here in Atlanta? Learn how to visit Atlanta area museums like The High, Georgia Aquarium, Children’s Museum and Center for Puppetry Arts free! Discover how to see Atlanta’s professional sports teams like The Braves, The Thrashers and the Hawks free! Find camps where you can try out Velodrome biking, and water polo free! Make LEGO and American Girl crafts to take home free! Learn about nature, sports, money, politics, art… all free!
Savannah Children’s Museum
An outdoor venue. It is important for guests to be prepared by bringing water, sunscreen and any other items outdoor play may warrant.
655 Louisville Rd.
Savannah, GA 31401
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Through its exhibitions and programs, The Breman explores the universal themes of respect for difference, responsible citizenship, human dignity, and community building through the lens of the Jewish experience.
1440 Spring St. @ 18th St. in midtown Atlanta.
Coastal Heritage Society
We serve more than 150,000 people annually at our three historic sites: Old Fort Jackson National Historic Landmark, the Savannah History Museum, and the Georgia State Railroad Museum. Calendar of special events.
303 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Savannah, GA 31401
Contact information, maps, parking for each venue.
Chestatee Wildlife Preserve
The Preserve is located 45 minutes north of Atlanta, GA on 469 Old Dahlonega Highway (SR 115) in Dahlonega, and sits on over 20 acres of gently rolling farmland. Over 100 animals, with many different species, live at CWP.
Oatland Island Wildlife Center of Savannah
Starting in October, a new Home School program series aimed at providing supplemental educational experiences for homeschooled students, begins at Oatland Island. Less than 5 miles from Savannah’s historic district off of Islands Expressway
711 Sandtown Road
Savannah, GA 31410
State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Offers field trips and “Science Nights.” Join us for a variety of workshops, lectures and hands-on learning opportunities.
2450 South Milledge Ave.
Athens, GA 30605
For educational programs, call 706-542-6156
The Rock Ranch
Owned by Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy and dedicated to wholesome education and entertainment and promoting healthy family values and relationships. Close enough for a day trip from Atlanta, Macon, or Columbus.
5020 Barnesville Hwy
The Rock, GA 30285
The Museum of Arts & Sciences
Go zooming through outer space in the Mark Smith Planetarium, discover the ecosystems that surround us, learn of far off cultures, and be amazed by artistic feats all in a one day field trip.
4182 Forsyth Road
Macon, GA 31210
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