Field Trips

The is a resource of Augusta, Georgia field trips for elementary school students thru high school students, camp groups, homeschool groups and scout troops for day field trips, overnight field trips and youth retreats. Learn about Augusta’s museums, zoos and aquariums, botanic gardens, nature centers, historic sites, amusement parks, recreation, performing arts and more, CLICK on the ACTIVITY FILTER below for further field trip information. For those unable to travel to these locations, check out our Virtual Field Trips section or Outreach Field Trips & School Assembly Programs section.  

Augusta Canal National Heritage Boat Tours

On the Augusta Canal National Heritage Boat Tours, learn about the important role that the Augusta Canal played in the Civil War, how the Augusta Canal helped in transporting supplies to the troops, and more.

GRADE LEVEL - All Grades PROGRAM TYPE - Day Trips, Guided Tours, Guided Activities. COST - Fee GROUP TYPE - School, Scout, Camp, Homeschool, Family GEORGIA
TEL - 706-823-0440

Augusta Museum of History

At the Augusta Museum of History, visitors learn about local and regional history by comparing the past to the present while learning about early and present inhabitants.

GRADE LEVEL - All Grades PROGRAM TYPE - Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities COST - Fee GROUP TYPE - School, Homeschool, Family GEORGIA
TEL - 706-722-8454

Imagination Station Children’s Museum

Imagination Station Children’s Museum offers hands-on activities aimed at kids aged 0-6. Our exhibit space includes Sensorimotor Corner, the Fixer Upper, Science Corner, the Pre-Literacy Room, and the Art Studio.

GRADE LEVEL - Early Childhood PROGRAM TYPE - Day Trips, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities COST - Fee GROUP TYPE - School, Scout, Camp, Homeschool, Family GEORGIA
TEL - 706-250-1377

Morris Museum of Art

Discover math and art concepts, African American art, and more with hands-on props at the Morris Museum of Art. Explore the museum virtually via their Discover The Morris program.

GRADE LEVEL - Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School, High School PROGRAM TYPE - Day Trips, Guided Activities, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours COST - Fee GROUP TYPE - School, Scout, Camp, Homeschool GEORGIA
TEL - 706-724-7501

The Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson

The Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home is a historic house museum  that was the childhood home of Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States and proponent of the League of Nations.

GRADE LEVEL - All Grades PROGRAM TYPE - Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Activities COST - Fee GROUP TYPE - School, Scout, Camp, Homeschool, Family GEORGIA
TEL - 706-722-9828

About us offers field trip ideas for class trips, scout group trips, camp group field trips, and homeschool group field trips in Augusta—for early childhood through college. Search for class trips in Augusta by group type, cost, activity/curriculum type, grade level, distance, and venue name or keyword.

Day class trips are divided by curriculum and subject area:

    Find Augusta art museums, theater, dance, and music concert field trips.
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    Find Augusta field trip ideas for adventure parks, ropes courses, ziplines, boat excursions, amusement parks, waterparks, kayaking, rafting, tubing, laser tag paintball, roller skating rinks, ice-skating rinks, mini-golf attractions, indoor amusement & recreation centers, and outdoor amusement & recreation centers.

Overnight field trips & retreats are available for environmental education, team building, and recreation.

We created field trip lesson plans to help teachers, scout leaders, camp counselors, and homeschool parents provide an enriching experience for their groups. We know funds for class trips are limited, so we’ve included grants for field trips that cover admission, transportation, and more.

It’s important that students and youth explore new environments, learn about other cultures, and develop an understanding of inclusivity as part of the educational process. People learn in different ways—through hearing, seeing, touching, talking, or doing. Class trips can provide a multi-dimensional learning experience. can help you find the right trip for your group. A world of experiences is just a click away at

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