Field Trips at Calgary Humane Society
A visit to Calgary Humane Society is an excellent field trip for kindergarten to grade six classes looking to learn more about empathy, kindness, and animals. They’re a great way for youth of all ages to uncover the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions we hear at Calgary’s oldest animal welfare organization.
Choose from any of our classroom presentations to begin your morning and let our experienced educators elevate your field trip experience with an animal guest and tour of our facility.
We believe that all young people deserve the opportunity for Humane Education programming, so our programs are all Pay What You Can. Contact us for further information about subsidized programming and bussing for your classroom.
When Can I Book a Field Trip?
Field trips run on weekday mornings, September through June, and can accommodate up to one class (a maximum of 30 students) at a time. Field trips run from 9:30am to 11:30am each day.
If needed, you may request an extra half hour in our learning centre for your students to eat lunch at no extra charge. (Please note: chairs and tables are available, but teachers and chaperones are responsible for area clean-up as well as set-up and take-down of any furniture used for lunch. We also provide tablecloths that can be spread out for “picnic” style lunches on the floor if desired.)