The Conservation Society of San Antonio
Heritage Education Tours
What We Do > Heritage Education Tours

Heritage Education Tours have been a Conservation Society tradition since 1960. Each year, approximately 2,600 fourth grade students from twenty-five schools participate in these tours. Schools are invited to participate in the tours on a five-year rotating basis.

The Conservation Society furnishes charter buses as transportation, covers admission to various historical locations, and provides teachers with educational material for students before their tours.

Students visit two historical sites within San Antonio on the day of their tour, sites they visit include: the Steves Homestead House Museum, the Yturri-Edmunds Historic Site, the Spanish Governor’s Palace, Casa Navarro State Historical Site, and all five Word Heritage Spanish Missions.

Teachers attend a mandatory teacher workshop prior to the tours. Many Conservation Society members act as volunteers and tour guides to help ensure the Heritage Education Tours continue to be a success.

Many thanks to our Heritage Education Tour sponsors,
you help us keep these field trips free to schools across the San Antonio area!

H-E-B Tournament of Champions
Society of Architectural Historians
The Edouard Foundation
The Mirza Trust

Heritage Education Tours

Thank you Heritage Education Tours

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