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Visit the world’s most extensive collection of historic log cabins! Field trips run weekly in the spring from April 20 to May 8 and in the fall from September 14 to October 23.
Why Hart Square Village for our field trip?
Hart Square is the nation’s largest collection of historic log cabins. When students visit the Village, they are not just walking through a museum. They get to observe artists and tradespeople at work and gain a deeper appreciation for the Early American pioneers with our hands-on activities. We cap field trips at 200 students a day to provide a more intimate and memorable experience for your school.
What happens on a visit?
Our artisan team includes a blacksmith, Native American storyteller, apple cider maker and tour guide. All of our programs are designed to further children’s understanding of the pioneer experience in Early America.
|9:00 – 9:30||Arrival|
|9:30 – 10:00||Introduction to Hart Square and Early America|
|10:00 – 10:45||Blacksmithing|
|10:45 – 11:30||Apple Cider Making|
|11:30 – 12:00||Lunch|
|12:00 – 12:45||Native American folklore|
|12:45 – 1:30||Tour of the Village|
* subject to change based on our artist’s availability
Make sure any chaperones purchase their passes before your scheduled day kamagra oral jelly rezeptfrei kaufen. Chaperones will be checked in upon arrival. Our staff will have a list of registered adults. This process ensures your students have a secure visit. Below is the chaperone pass link.
Please remember all teachers and administrative staff have free admission.
Preparing for Your Visit
Please remind students to wear proper shoes and attire. Packing a raincoat and water bottle is recommended. Students can learn more about our collection and cabins through virtual tours on the Hart Square Village YouTube Channel.
Our Field Trip Artisans
During a visit to Hart Square, students will have the opportunity to rotate through 3 educational experiences and a tour of the village. Generally, these experiences will feature Apple Cider Making, Blacksmithing, and Native American Folklore. Music of Appalachia may be substituted on some days.
Also, students will participate in an intimate tour of our collection. Here, they will learn how to contextualize the pioneer experience and relate it to their modern world.
Students are $15 each. All teachers and administrative staff are free.
If you have any special situations such as wheelchairs or special needs students, please email us in advance so we can work with you to accommodate your students.
Please note: PBS will be filming at our village on the 21st and 22nd of April. Please let us know if any of your students have filled out a FERPA form designating they cannot be filmed or photographed.