Field Trips

Join us on our beautiful 110-acre campus for some educational fun! Teachers and students will analyze and connect with the natural world through exploration in our outdoor classrooms. Elementary students are encouraged to engage their curiosity through observation and inquiry. Middle and high school students further investigate STEM concepts and careers.

All on-site field trips include admission to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, one free chaperone registration per ten students, and designated bus parking. Final participant counts and payments are due two weeks prior to the visit date. Discounted rates are available for Title 1 schools.

Read the details below to decide which field trip experience is the best fit for your group and begin the registration process today!

Self-Guided Exploration

$ 6 student
  • 1 free chaperone per 10 students (rounded up)
  • Additional adults $5 each
  • Includes full-day Admission
  • No Activities or Supplies
  • No Staff Facilitation
  • Minimum 15 Participants

Ultimate STEM Challenge

$ 7 student
  • 1 free chaperone per 10 students (rounded up)
  • Additional adults $5 each
  • Includes full-day Admission
  • 3 Activities & their Supplies
  • Staff Introduction & Reflection
  • Minimum $140
Popular

Butterflies in the Garden

March 1 - April 8
$ 10 participant
  • 1 chaperone per 10 students required
  • Additional adults $10 each
  • Includes full-day Admission
  • 3 Activities & their Supplies
  • Full Staff Facilitation
  • Minimum $200
limited time

Department

Point of Contact

Payton Simpkins

Education Operations Specialist

817-332-4441 x267

Program Information

Pre-K-12th grade students will think and inquire like real-world scientists as they explore BRIT and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. 

Related Programs