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  • Pirate Life Children’s Theatre

    Pirate Life Children’s Theatre Join the crew and dive into history with Pirate Life Adventure Theatre. Our interactive performance engages students
    Toronto
  • Foley Mountain Conservation Area

    Foley Mountain Conservation Area is located high atop a granite ridge overlooking the Upper Rideau Lake and picturesque village of Westport, 30 km south of
    Kingston, Brockville, Perth, Smiths Falls, Lanark, Almonte, Carleton Place, and surrounding areas
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    Dairy Farmers of Ontario's Dairy Education Program

    Take a field trip without leaving the classroom! The dairy industry serves as an interesting and unique learning vehicle for students to expand their
    Algoma, Brant, Bruce, Kawartha Lakes, Keene, Dufferin, Dundas, Durham, Nipissing, Elgin, Essex, Kent, Chatham, Frontenac, Glengarry, and 96 more cities.
  • Camp Kawartha - Outdoor and Environmental Education Centres

    Our Outdoor and Environmental Education Centres operate from September until the end of June, providing dynamic and innovative programs grounded in
    Douro-Dummer, Lakefield, Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Lindsay, Bancroft, Northumberland, Port Hope, Cobourg, Durham, Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, GTA, and 2 more cities.
  • Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)

    Discover Arts and Heritage with Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives • Hands-on experiences enhanced through the use of art, artifacts and documents •
    Brampton
  • Museums of Burlington

    The Museums of Burlington consists of two historic sites: Ireland House Museum, and Joseph Brant Museum. Ireland House was built between 1835 – 1837
    Burlington
  • Humber Arboretum

    The Humber Arboretum offers a variety of curriculum-connected outdoor education programs in both English and French at two locations in the City of
    Toronto
  • gay lea museum

    Gay Lea Dairy Heritage Museum

    Gay Lea Museum: School Field Trip & Education Outreach program – specially designed for students at both the elementary and secondary level! Our
    Aylmer, St. Thomas, Tillsonburg, London
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    Big Village

    Classroom Visits Big Village provides interactive workshops for grades 2-12 that tie in with Ontario Curriculum subjects including Canadian and World
    Toronto, Brampton, Mississauga, Guelph, Etobicoke, Halton Hills, Acton, Cambridge, Waterloo,Vaughan, Orangeville, Calendon, Burlington, Oakville, Milton
  • Knights of Valour - Medieval Times

    Spark enthusiasm in medieval history and bring the Medieval Past to Life !
    Simcoe, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Clinton, New Market, Orangeville, Chatham, Windsor, Ancaster, Sudbury, North Bay, Mattawa, Fredricton, Waterford