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Our Education Team is pleased to invite your group to enjoy beauty and nature in the rich learning environment at Green Bay Botanical Garden!
We look forward to sharing the newly expanded Carol & Bruce Bell Children’s Garden with your students in 2023. We’re connecting nature, play, and learning as we transform 2.5 acres into a wonderland that all ages are sure to enjoy!
One (1) adult per five (5) students and all teachers are free. Additional adults are $4.50/person.
2 hours and up to 1.5 mile walk on paved and mulch paths
Enjoy a comprehensive learning experience in the Garden with a guided field trip given by a knowledgeable guide. Guided field trips must be arranged at least four weeks in advance.
Limit: 60 students and 12 adults at a time
One (1) adult per five (5) students and all teachers are free.
Additional adults are $4/person.
It’s simple: your class, a great learning environment, and as much time as your class wants to spend. Pick up Garden maps and scavenger hunts at the Fischer Visitor Center and wander formal gardens, native plantings, wooded trails, and other areas at your own pace. Self-guided field trips must be arranged at least one week in advance.
Payments for field trips can be made in advance, upon arrival, or invoiced after the trip. Advanced payments can be made by phone with a credit or debit card or by mail with a check. Remember to contact our Education Team if something about your program changes.
If the date or time of a scheduled tour must be changed, contact the Garden at least two weeks prior to your visit. All efforts will be taken to reschedule the visit. However, schedules fill up quickly during spring and fall seasons. If an alternate date cannot be planned, contact our Education Team to request a refund.
The Garden provides a limited amount of financial assistance to schools or organizations that have 40% or more participation in the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program (FRLP). Reach out to our Education Team for more information on scholarships.