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Our Educational Field Trip Guide ✏️📚

Chudleighs Farm (Milton)

Roam the Apple Orchard or take a hayride and learn about Apple Trees. Take a nature walk through their trail (potential for nature scavenger hunt). Visit farm animals and learn about their occupations on the farm. Stay and play on the hay bales and giant slides. End your day with lunch from the farm or bring your own.

Child $13

Adults $15

Reservation Required

Bathrooms on site

Westfield Heritage Village (Rockton)

Westfield’s Education Programs

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Learn about the past in an immersive, multi-sensory environment that makes history come alive through hands-on activities and memorable experiences.

All programs are developed with reference to the learning objectives outlined in the Ontario Curriculum.

2020 Program fees: $6.00 per student, and $11.00 for a full day program. There is no charge for teachers or supervising adults. Westfield has a three-week cancellation policy.

Pack a Lunch Like a Pioneer! Pioneer lunches are healthy, inexpensive and kind to the environment!

To book: Contact Westfield at 519-621-8851 or

Bathrooms on site

Triple C Farm (Hamilton)

Learn about all their rescue animals in a hands on setting where you get into the pen with the animals and can pet and interact with them all hands on.

Some animals you will meet face to face are goats, rabbits, chickens, ducks, horses, donkeys, pigs, sheep and more.

Lots of room for picnic space.

Bathrooms (portapottys) on site.

Minimum $5 donation per person required.

Reservation Required

Mountsberg Conservation Area (Milton)

Visit their farm animals and learn all about the many ‘Birds of Prey’ on site from Bald Eagles to Hawks. Take a nature walk on one of their many trails, bird watch or arrange a scavenger hunt. Climb their lookout tour for a birds eye view and see what fun things in nature you can locate.

Adults $6.50

Children $5

Reservation Required

Bathrooms on site.

Lots of picnic space.

Crawford Lake (Milton)

Start your day with a nature walk around their lake on a beautiful boardwalk where you’ll spot tons of wildlife including catfish and turtles.

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$75 (for groups up to 10 people total) + HST and gate admission (for 2 hours total time in park).

Discover all that Crawford Lake has to offer with a private one-hour tour. The tour will start at the Longhouse Village, where you will learn how the village was discovered, how the longhouses were reconstructed and even practice a traditional method of fire-starting—no matches or lighters needed! Afterward, we will head down to the lake, where you will find out what makes the rare meromictic lake so unique and what secrets are being hidden at the bottom, and then learn a bit about the plants, animals and insects that live in and around the lake. (Guests are reminded to bring masks, which will need to be worn indoors and when physical distancing is a challenge.)

Reservations are required. Reserve your visit by calling 905-878-5011 ext. 1273 or emailing

Tour Times: 10-11pm, 11:30-12:30pm, 1-2pm, 2:30-3:30pm, 4-5pm

Bathrooms on site

Tons of picnic space

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (Hamilton)

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Education Programs

Our Education Programs have been designed with teachers and their students in mind. Using the Ontario Science and Technology Curriculum as a guide, specific programs have been created to reinforce the “Understanding Structures and Mechanisms” strand of the guide. Programs at the Pre-school, Kindergarten Grade 3, 6, 7 plus Grade 10 history programs at the academic and applied levels are available. All programs use a student centered approach reinforced with many hands on activities. Classes are conducted in an aviation environment with classrooms situated beside or under the Museum’s aircraft. Our professional staff consist of pilots, retired teachers and school administrators, Scout and Guide leaders and others who have a intense passion for aviation.

Adult $16

Youth $11

Bathrooms on site

Tables available outside to eat/ cafe available for food

The Killman Zoo (Caledonia)

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Looking for a unique experience to share with your students?

The Killman Zoo can offer various demonstrations to all schools, day camps, and other groups. With a reduced general admission, packages may or may not include additional programs – this is based on your teaching or personal preference! Personalize your visit to get the most out of it. Some of the things that Killman Zoo can offer are listed below:


• A feeding demonstration with all the zoos big cats (lions, tigers, cougars, jaguars). Feeding demonstration includes information regarding species, relationships, facts, etc. We are always able to change focus of demonstration to teachers lesson aspects (ex. Science, math, etc.). This demonstration involves feeding meat carcasses to the big cats – may be suitable for older age groups.


• Intended for a younger audience (ages 2-10), this show will introduce the kids to fun facts about many of the animals with a touch and feel aspect involving animal furs, and other materials (porcupine quills, antlers, etc.).


• Come walk with us to feed all the fruitivores and omnivores. Join our keepers as they provide a feeding demonstration along with sharing of information about our animals such as the black bear, baboons, snow monkeys, lemurs, peccaries, and African porcupine. Again, we are always open to adjusting the focus of the teach out based on the current lessons.


• Need a more interactive experience for your group? Try the Killman Zoo Passports – a personalized booklet to our zoo and animal species that provides an educational aspect but also entertainment! Inquire for details.


• The Killman Zoo also offers a free-of-charge scavenger hunt. This activity provides children with an interactive yet educational experience that is specific to the animals of the Killman Zoo.

Looking for more information on booking and pricing?

Bathrooms (portapotty’s) on site

Adult $20

Child $12

Bronte Creek Provincial Park (Oakville)

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Discovery Program

Bronte Creek Provincial Park offers two interpretive centres. Spruce Lane Farmhouse, located close to parking lot F in the day-use area, showcases what life for the early farmer (1890 -1905) must have been like. Many demonstrations and special events highlight this one-of-a-kind living history museum.

The Nature Centre is located next to the big Red Play Barn and Children’s Farm. Displays feature the unique natural elements of the park: ravine and creek, field and forest. Kids love to visit with our turtles and explore hands-on in our discovery room. Many daily programs in the summer start here at the Nature Centre.

Family programs and events are offered March through to December.

Bathrooms on site.

Tons of picnic space.

Walking trails available.

$18 Per Vehicle

Battlefield House Museum & Park National Historic Site (Stoney Creek)

**currently closed

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Experience a guided tour of this early 19th century homestead once home to the Gage Family. The Gages worked the land with their ten children and became a strong voice in the hamlet of Stoney Creek. During the War of 1812, the family retreated to their cellar as the Battle of Stoney Creek raged outside. The 100-foot-high Battlefield Monument stands as a symbol of peace and commemorates those soldiers who died on June 6, 1813. Nestled under the scenic Niagara Escarpment, this historic site encompasses 32 acres of parkland divided by Battlefield Creek.

Adults $8.50

Children $6

Tons of picnic space

Dundurn National Historic Site (Hamilton)

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Experience a guided tour of this 40-room Italianate-style villa built in the 1830’s on Burlington Heights; the former site of a fortified military encampment established by the British in 1813.

Once home to Sir Allan Napier MacNab, railway magnate, lawyer and Premier of the United Canadas (1854-1856) and his family, today Dundurn Castle tells the story of the family who lived above stairs and the servants who lived and worked below stairs to support their affluent lifestyle. Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall is the museum’s Patron and the great, great, great granddaughter of Sir Allan MacNab.

William Reid was Sir Allan’s gardener for over 25 years. Explore the lovingly restored two-acre Historic Kitchen Garden where costumed staff grow over 200 heirloom varieties of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers for use in the historic kitchen. Open mid-May through mid-October. Enjoy free garden tours in July and August.

The 1870’s Coach House is home to The Castle Shop featuring a variety of Canadian handmade crafts, souvenirs and special gifts. The former Hayloft on the upper level is a unique meeting and reception facility that can accommodate up to 120 guests.

Bathrooms on site.

Tons of picnic space.

Adults $8.50

Children $6

La Salle Park (Burlington)

Beautiful walking trails along Lake Ontario and through the woods, full of wild life. A playground for the kids to play on and tons of picnic space or fields to play games in.

Bathrooms on site.


Cherry Hill Gate (Burlington)

Immerse yourself in nature in one of Burlington’s best kept secrets. Cherry Hill Gate offers great trails to explore leading to a huge boardwalk through the marsh where you’ll be sure to see wildlife in their natural habitat.

Paid Parking $1/per hour

No bathrooms.

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