Guided Tour $20 (2.5 hr tour, available May-August)
Adult Dig-It Camp $125/person/day (includes snacks & lunch 9am-4pm, available May-August)
Family Lifeways Camp $125/person for 3 days (July-Aug) Camp begins 11am & ends 6pm on the last day.
Kids Camps (available July-August)
Mighty Warrior Camp (Ages 5-8) $35/day (10am-3pm)
Arrowhead Camp (Ages 9-11) $35/day (10am-3pm)
Bualo Bones Camp (Ages 12-15) $45/day (10am-4pm)
Edukits $100 for 3 week rental
Curriculum-Based School Tours
$10/student; $45 overnight (available May-June)
School In-Class Visits (available year round)Prices vary depending on locaon and class size.
Have an archaeologist come to your classroom!
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BODO ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETYBox 1781, Provost, AB, T0B 3S0 Ph: 780-753-6353 Fx: 780-753-6352
E: [email protected]
GO EASTof Edmonton!
Enjoy a guided tour of the Bodo Archaeological Site & Centre with
our knowledgeable interpreters and archaeologists.
Uncover First Naons history and dig with an archaeologist at a
500 year old bison bone bed in east central Alberta.
Kids can Dig Deeper at Bodo! Visit Bodo and take part in one of the
unique programs designed for children of all ages. Acvies
include a visit to an archaeology lab and an authenc dig site,
tradional cra projects, legend telling, face painng and more.
Your family can live like it was 200 years ago! This camp provides
families with the opportunity to observe & experience
life the way it was prior to European contact in Alberta.
Students can discover archaeology rst hand at the Bodo
Archaeological Centre & Site through fun interacve curriculum
based acvies. Acvies include a visit to an archaeology
laboratory, parcipaon in a mock dig, and much more. Tours are
available in May and June for Grades 1 to 12 in both Science and
Social Studies. 4 hour tours & overnight tours available.
The Edukits include reconstrucons of archaeological arfacts
found at the Bodo Site. These arfacts supplement the Bodo Archaeology Social Studies Curriculum Guides as an interacve
component of classroom learning. These kits allow teachers
and students to beer understand and appreciate East Central
Albertas history without leaving the classroom.
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