Planning a Field Trip

If you would like to plan a field trip for PEACH, or have volunteered to do so by checking the designated box on your membership form, please use these resources to help you in planning a successful event. Thank you for serving in this way!

Planning a Well-Organized Field Trip

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Field Trip Ideas

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116th Infantry Regiment Museum at the Staunton Armory
9-1-1 Center in Verona *
American Celebration on Parade (parade float museum) at Shenandoah Caverns
Amazement Square, Lynchburg
Andre Viette’s Farm and Nursery
Artful Gifts, www.artfulgifts.biz
Augusta County Sheriff’s Office
Augusta Medical Center
Augusta Springs Wetlands Trail
Bank/Credit Union
Blackfriars Playhouse
Boxerwood Gardens, Lexington
Buckingham Railroad, Staunton (ages elementary through middle)
Caroling at Nursing Homes
Carter Mountain Apple Orchard
Cestari – formerly Chester Farms (sheep & wool yarn factory)
Ch. 3 TV Station (only allow tours at noon on Tues. and Thurs. for a group of 10 people)
Christian Heritage Center
Christian Heritage Library
Christian Light Education
Commonwealth Veterinary Clinic
Courthouse
Dairy Farm
DMV (Waynesboro location very receptive)
Driver Brother’s Nursery
EMU Museum of Natural History & Planetarium
Equipping the Saints, Weyers Cave (service activity)
Fair Lawn Farm, Highland County www.comehometofairlawnfarm.com
Fast Food Restaurant
Ferguson Metal Fabricators
Fire Safety House (Waynesboro Fire Dept.)
Florist
Frontier Culture Museum
Funeral Home
Garden Maze in Luray
Grand Caverns
Hershey Chocolate Factory (Becky Elkins used ‘inside connection’ last time)
Horse Farm
Huss and Dalton Guitar Company
K-9 demonstration *
Kline’s Dairy Bar *
Love Inc. (service activity)
Lowe’s
Luck Stone Quarry *
Luray Reptile Center: http://www.lurayzoo.com/
Maker’s Space, Staunton (ages middle school and up)
Martin’s Grocery Store
McClung Printers (Waynesboro)
McCormick Farm
McKee Foods (offsite demonstration)
Medical Center Pharmacy
Miller’s Tomato Basket
Milmont Greenhouses
Monticello and/or Ash Lawn
Morningstar Foods (milk manufacturer)
Mount Crawford Creamery
Natural Bridge and Monacan Indian Village
Natural Bridge Wax Museum
New Market Battlefield
Owens-Brockway Plastics Factory (plastic bottles) Harrisonburg
Panera Bread
Papa John’s Pizza
Petco
Polyface Farm
Post Office
Public Library
Pumpkin Patch
R. R. Donnelly Book Printers (12 and older)
Radio Station
Rescue Squad
Safari Park *
Schmid Printery
Science Museum of Virginia
Sheep Farm for sheering in the spring
Shenandoah Regional Airport or Waynesboro Airport
Shenandoah Tees (t-shirt printer & embroiderers)
Sheriff’s Dept./Police Station
Springdale Water Gardens
State Fish Hatchery
Staunton News Leader or Waynesboro News Virginian
Stokesville Observatory (evening)
SunSpots Gallery (glass blowing) *
SYSCO (food distribution)
Taylor & Boddy Organ Factory
Telephone Company
The Cheese Shop
Trout Farm
TV Station (network and PBS)
University of Virginia Art Museum: http://www.virginia.edu/artmuseum/
V-DOT
Virginia Discovery Museum: http://www.vadm.org/
Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind
Virginia Quilt Museum: http://www.folkart.com/~latitude/museums/m_vqm.htm Wade’s Mill (Raphine)
Walton’s Mountain in Schuyler
Water Treatment Plant, Coyner Springs
Westwood Animal Hospital
Wildlife Center of Virginia
Windy Knoll Alpaca Farm *
Woodrow Wilson Birthplace

* trips that were extremely popular