School Tours

Treat your students to a field trip to the Halle Heart Children’s Museum to experience a one-of-a-kind interactive tour with our highly engaged team of Heart Guides. We are open for school field trips Monday-Thursday at 10:00 am. Alternative times are available upon request. Due to limited overall capacity, we request following a 1 adult per 5 students ratio per group. There will be a $5 per person charge for additional adults.
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This two-hour tour is designed to teach your students the science behind the heart and promote healthy living through music, games, and interactive exhibits. School tours are typically booked Tuesday – Thursday at 10am, however, depending on the size of your group, we may be able to accommodate your group at an alternative time. Please click on the red button to request your tour date.

Please contact us at 602.414.2800 if you have additional questions.

Our curriculum meets 18 science, health and physical education standards for second and fifth-grade students. Check out how we meet these state standards here:

State Standards Articulated at the HHCM – 2nd grade & State Standards Articulated at the HHCM – 5th grade

Schedule your class field trip today!  Fill out the School Tour Form to get started, or e-mail us at hhcm@heart.org with any questions.

Cost: FREE to public and private schools.  Please click on the School Tour Form above. Reservations are REQUIRED. Home-school groups, day cares, and pre-schools are encouraged to take advantage of our OTHER GROUPS discount.

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Some second and fifth-grade classes may be eligible for transportation assistance. Refer to our Transportation Funding Eligibility Requirements to see if your school qualifies and apply here. For more information on the transportation funding process please visit www.hhcm.org/transportation

 

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After you schedule your tour, print a few copies of our pre-and post-visit activity sheets for your students.  They include word searches, vocabulary lists, fill-in-the-blank sentences, and other fun activities for kids to enjoy before and after visiting the museum.