Field Trip Booking Booking Form

Thank you for your interest in our education programs! Completion of this form DOES NOT confirm your booking. Your request will be confirmed by email as soon as possible. Details about our programs and workshops can be found here. 

  • Contact Information
  • Field Trip Information
  • Please Note

Personal Contact Information

Name:

Email:

Phone Number (cell):

School/Organization Contact Information

Name

Address

Phone Number (Main Office Number)

First Date Choice

Date

Time

Second Date Choice

Date

Time

Participants

Number of Participants

Number of Chaperones

Grade(s) Level

Special Considerations (special needs, allergies, snack break, etc):

Program Selection

Program Selection

Special Requests (is there anything specific you would like us to cover during the trip?)

Please Note:

Thank you! Your request will be confirmed by email as soon as possible.

Please note:

  • Our standard programs are 90 minute in length and $7.50/participant.
  • Maximum group size is 25 students, or a minimum charge of $100.00 if under 15 participants.
  • One free supervisor per six participants or part thereof. Remaining supervisors will be charged as participants.
  • Cancellation Policy: Forty-eight hours notice prior to the tour must be given to cancel or you will be invoiced for a $50 staffing fee.
  • Payment: The total charge may be adjusted on the program date, based on the number of participants. We accept cash, credit cards, debit, cheque, or you can request to be invoiced.

If you have any questions or concerns about this booking, please contact:

Zoé Delguste-Cincotta, Curator, (416) 865-1833, zoe@tos1stpo.com

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