Spring Field Trips for Students

Historic interpreters will challenge your students to use their critical thinking skills to discover life in this region as a fur trader, farmer, soldier and tradesman.  As visitors listen to various costumed interpreters, they will be asked to compare and contrast today's life to that of the past as well as consider how gender roles have changed over the years.

Spring Tour Logisitics 

Dates: May 1 - June 2, 2018, Tuesdays-Fridays

Time: start and end times may very between 9:00am and 2:00pm

Picnic areas are available.

Gift shop is open.

Discovery Bags available.

Fees: $6 per student.  Teachers are free. One chaperone per 15 students is required and free.  Additional chaperones pay $10 each.  Passes and memberships cannot be used for admission to this program. 

Open the -> Teacher Supplemental Packet <- to use during your trip to Heritage Hill. This will give you extra information to read to your students and quiz them while you're waiting for tours or walking from building to building. 

Open the ->Classroom Activities <- document to have access to Heritage Hill-themed lesson plans. There are both pre- and post-visit lessons available that correspond with each historic area of our park. We have kept this as a Word document so you can edit it to best fit your needs! We recommend you print this one-sided unless you select specific pages to print.

Print or email our Dear Chaperone Letter to give to all of your chaperones. We recommend that each chaperone receive a letter so they understand the expectations of the day. 

Use our Discovery Bags to skip the line at the gift shop! Hand this form out to your students. Once you have all of the completed forms back, fill out the Google Form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeeO5Wd9BnrmxY4zmnXEy3e4U6KqRmNvPDKT8VjgUkdTAM-Ww/viewform Once this is completed, please either call in with your payment or send a check to 2640 S. Webster Ave. Green Bay, WI 54301 with a copy of your receipt. 

To Schedule: call Rachel at 800-721-5150 or email [email protected]