A school field trip to the I&M Canal Boat and Lock 16 Center is a fun and engaging way for students to learn about a host of themes: U.S. transportation, westward expansion, technological innovation, immigration, urbanization and more. Tours cover a variety of social science and history topics that meet the Illinois State Board of Education’s Learning Standards.
Walking distance from the boat, the Lock 16 Center offers special I&M Canal exhibits and programs, as well as a café and canal-themed gift shop.
The Lock 16 Center and I&M Canal Boat are conveniently located at the junction of I-80 and I-39, just off U.S. Route 6, and only 10 minutes west of Starved Rock State Park. Make your reservation today by calling (815)220-1848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lock 16 Center and I&M Canal Boat offer one-of-a-kind experiences – and fun – to make your next field trip one your students won’t soon forget!
A I&M Canal Boat tour includes a 15-minute Mule Tending 101 Class, where students will learn how the mules that pull the canal boat are cared for, and a 60-minute narrated ride on the LaSalle Canal Boat with crew dressed in period clothing and a guide.
For more information or to book your field trip call MarQuinta Moore (815)220-1848 ext 1838 or email email@example.com