Students & Scouts explore and learn about exhibits at the Chattanooga Zoo, enroll in a homeschool series for Life Science experience, or even get close up with an educational program.
American Museum of Science and Energy is a science museum focuses about energy, especially nuclear power, and the role Oak Ridge played in the Manhattan Project.
Appalachian Caverns is well-known caverns with guided tours, ranging from easy to advanced and access to a picnic area. There are also campsites & a gem mine.
The Beck Cultural Exchange center features a range of local & national African-American history thru exhibits & artifacts that focus on the pioneers and trailblazers of yesterday.
Bessie Smith Cultural Center, an African-American history museum with exhibits on civil rights, jazz & local figures with tours and events.
Blount Mansion, the birthplace of the state of Tennessee and your Field Trip destination for statehood week, US history, colonial government, and life in the 18th century.
Bristol Caverns, one of the oldest attractions in northeast Tennessee features a guided tour of ancient caverns with unique mineral formations & an underground river.
The Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center memorializes the history of our nation’s highest military award for valor, from 1863 to the present.
Chattanooga National Military Park supports field trips, guided tours, in-school curriculum materials and on-site service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and scout groups.