Student Field Trips to The Carter House and Carnton Plantation
Planning a field trip for your students?
It couldn’t be easier. Preserved as a living classroom of American history, The Carter House and Carnton Plantation are best known for their significant roles during and immediately following the November 30, 1864 Battle of Franklin. Your students will get a glimpse of antebellum life on a Tennessee farm as they explore our property.
Length of Tour - Time depends on group size and may be adjusted.
Kindergarten - 5th grade $5.00
6th grade - 8th grade $6.00
9th grade - College $8.00
2 Teachers Free per 30 Students
To Book a Field Trip
Make your reservations: please call us at (615) 794-0903 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a couple of dates in mind when you are making your reservation; you will receive a confirmation by e-mail within a week that details your field trip. Be sure to call with any questions.
Payment - The total fee must be made the day of arrival in the form of cash, check, or credit card. Please have the total number of students confirmed. Chaperones may pay separately.
Lunch on grounds (with permission) - Students may eat on the spacious lawn and they will need to provide blankets, etc. to sit on. In case of inclement weather, children may eat on the outside porch or return to their buses. All trash must be taken with you whe you leave.
Museum Gift Shop - Students may visit the gift shop after their tour with teacher’s permission.