Field Trips

Fieldtrip Opportunities

Counties: Floyd | Bartow | Gordon | CobbMurray | Other

Free Admission is in BOLD
* = Admission cost involved
G = Group activities and/or pricing available
S = Special Homeschool Activity
(Notation) = Areas of Study

Floyd County Field Trips

Bartow County Field Trips

Gordon County Area Field Trips

Murray County Area Field Trips

Cobb County Field Trips

Other Georgia  Field Trips

  • Michael C. Carlos Museum  Emory campus, Atlanta/Free, suggested donation, $5. (Egyptian mummies and prehistoric artifacts from Greece, Rome, the Americas, Africa and the Near East)
  • Noah’s Ark Locust Grove (animal rescue and rehabilitation)
  • Georgia State Capitol Atlanta, Free Guided Tours (government, political, history)
  • Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.   450 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta. Free. (History, African American)
  • Atlanta Visitors Center and Monetary Museum 498-8764 Free guided tours (monetary, Federal Reserve)
  • Telephone Museum. 404-529-0971 Bellsouth Center, 675 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta Free. Recommended for children 8 and older. (history, telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, communications)
  • *Archibald Smith Plantation  770-641-3978. Scheduled tours of the home of Archibald Smith, the founder of Roswell. 935 Alpharetta St., Roswell.

  • *Atlanta Botanical Garden G Atlanta (biology, plants, gardening, history)
  • *Atlanta History Center GS Atlanta (local, American & GA history)
  • *American Museum of Paper Making G Atlanta (history of paper and paper technology)
  • *Chattahoochee Nature Center GS 9135 Willeo Rd., Roswell (Nature, plants, animals, environmental)
  • *Apex Museum 135 Auburn Ave. NE, Atlanta (African American History)

Feel free to make suggestions for this site! We want to provide quality information for local homeschool families. This page is constantly under construction as we add more and more field trip activities that are available to local families.