Elephant Festival in India

At TTK, we believe everyone should have access to adventure learning. In an effort to maintain our mission during COVID-19, we are offering all of our Virtual Field Trips free. Join us!


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Please note:

These are digital products. After purchasing your VFT, you will have access to a document that includes the link and other VFT information.

What do I have to do to join?


Sign your child up for the event using our coupon code.


Mark your calendar!


When you receive the document, print it off and share any preparatory materials with your child.

Confirm that your child's device has a working webcam and microphone. If you are joining from a phone, please download the free Zoom app in advance. 



Field trip day: to join the field trip, click the link from the document and you are in for a great adventure! 

Attention: We recommend that students use a PC to access the virtual field trips. There have been previous technical difficulties with students joining the field trips via a Mac.

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Winter Tales From Around the World

With Actors Company

Illuminate the darkness through engaging folktales that convey character-building messages from diverse cultures and geographic regions, including Africa, Asia, and Europe.

  • Date: Friday, January 21, 1 PM ET

  • Target Audience: Grades K-8

  • Length: 45 minutes

Image by Casey Horner

Full STEAM Ahead: Technologies of the American West

With Booth Western Art Museum

Learn about technology and innovation during Westward Expansion through a look at communication, transportation, commerce, and other technology. Explore STEAM through a historical lens using artwork and artifacts from the Booth collection!

  • Date: Monday, January 24, 1 PM ET

  • Target Audience: Grades 3-6

  • Length: 45 minutes

The Story of the Chinese Zodiac

With Penn Museum

The Chinese Zodiac calendar is a 12-year cycle, where each year is associated with a different animal. Lunar New Year is a festive celebration that is part of the cultures of China, Korea, Vietnam, and several Asian countries. Each Lunar New Year is connected to one of the Zodiac animals, with 2022 as the Year of the Tiger. Try your skills at spotting the Zodiac animals as depicted on artifacts from our collection, and explore more about all the animals, real and imaginary, in the Zodiac!

  • Date: Tuesday, January 25, 1 PM ET

  • Target Audience: Grades K-10

  • Length: 45 minutes

Image by John Rodenn Castillo

Insects in Winter

With Royal Botanical Gardens

How many insects have you seen this winter? Not too many I expect. Join Karin to discover how some insects have adapted to survive the cold winter.