If seeing is believing, learning is doing. That's why fun field trips continue to be an integral part of a student's learning experience. If your students are learning about geology, natural history, regional history or earth science, a field trip to Howe Caverns is the perfect complement to your classroom curricula. And it's one field trip they'll remember for the rest of their lives.
Your students' amazing learning experience begins when they descend 156 feet below the Earth's surface and step out of the elevator into a six million year old cavern, carved by a subterranean river that continues to sculpt the cave today. During the field trip, they will see countless layers of sedimentary limestone, the floor of an ancient sea, and navigate the 500 foot serpentine passage known as the Winding Way, one of the world's best examples of underground water erosion.
Simply put . . . a field trip to Howe Caverns exposes students to aspects of the natural world they simply can't experience anywhere else. So whether you're teaching a classroom of students or homeschooling your own, Howe Caverns is the fun field trip you don't want your students to miss!