Educational Field trips

- our apologies -

Due to Covid-19 precautions, we are unable to accommodate any group admissions at this time. The Park Staff has a plan to reinstate group tours and rates and will implement it as soon as we are approved to do so. 

The following information describes our policies under normal conditions.

Group Rates

There are advantages to traveling in herds! Groups with a minimum of 10 or more paying customers that make reservations 7 or more days in advance qualify for special group rates. Call 801-393-3466  Ext. 56 for details and to make reservations

SCHOOL GROUPS

District, Private , or Charter k-12

$3.00 per person

Preschool Rates:

$4.00 for children, $5 per adult

other Groups of 10 or more :

$4.00 for children, $5 per adult

Remember - You must reserve 7 or more days in advance qualify for special group rates

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What to expect

 

School Groups K - 12

With each scheduled field trip you receive an opening orientation, map of the park and a Dino Search Activity book (Pre/K) or a Park Field Guide book (1st +). The orientation will take place in one of the Parks group meeting areas. Plan for 15 minutes for instructions and passing out the booklet and pencils.

*Field guide booklet distribution may be combined with a presentation.

 

age-customized museum experience

Preschool/Kindergarten Tour

Fossil presentation geared for younger ages, craft time and story. Plan for 30 minutes. Crafts Include: paper plate dinosaur, dinosaur mask, or dinosaur puppet.

First and Second Grade Paleo Art Tour

Fossil presentation geared for 1st and 2nd grades, craft time and story. Plan for 30 minutes. Crafts Include: paper plate dinosaur, dinosaur mask, or dinosaur puppet.

 

First and Second Grade Paleontology Talk and Hands on Tour

Hands on fossil presentation covering core standards for science and much more! The discussion includes a discussion of the fossilization process and hands on examples of the different types of fossils. Plan on  45 minutes of paleontological and fossil discussions.

 

Hands on Paleontology Presentation for Third Grade and Older

Hands on fossil presentation covering core standards for science and much more! The discussion includes a discussion of the fossilization process and hands on examples of the different types of fossils. Plan on  45 minutes of paleontological and fossil discussions. 

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