Educational Tours

Visit Springfield to see where soldiers trained during the American Civil War
September 21, 2012
This Veterans Day, many families will likely visit cemeteries nationwide, whether or not their loved ones were members of the armed forces. Read More >
Learn about the history of whaling in historic New Bedford
September 21, 2012
As far as Massachusetts cities go, there are few as historic as New Bedford. Thanks to its reputation as a major whaling port in the 1800s, this urban area earned the nickname the Whaling City. Read More >
Enjoy an afternoon of historic fun at Belmont Park
September 20, 2012
As far as Californian cities go, San Diego boasts some of the most exciting attractions in the Golden State. Read More >
Education is in bloom at the New Orleans Botanical Garden
September 20, 2012
Although its name is the New Orleans Botanical Garden, this Louisiana educational travel destination provides students with a chance to view flora from around the world. Read More >
Find out how Central Florida came to be at the Regional History Center in Orlando
September 19, 2012
If teachers want to give their students an overview of the last 12,000 years of Central Florida history, they can spend days searching the stacks at the local library and the internet to find materials that can accomplish this goal. Read More >
Nature education takes center stage at Tennessee's Discovery Center
September 19, 2012
Some children's museums let kids pretend to be adults and do a little grocery shopping, while others let them play firefighter and sit behind the wheel of an actual fire truck. Read More >
Art and nature meet at the Citygarden sculpture park
September 19, 2012
The towering Gateway Arch isn't the only work of art in St. Louis, Missouri. If teachers wish to expose their students to a little culture during class trips to the city, they may want to bring them to the Citygarden. Read More >
Learn about the spookier side of Washington, DC, on a ghost tour
September 18, 2012
Election Day is fast approaching, which means the 2013 presidential inauguration is not far behind. Read More >
Watch water light up and dance on class trips to Lima, Peru
September 18, 2012
South of the equator, school groups will find the South American country of Peru, and Lima, its capital city. Read More >
Visit the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier in Philadelphia
September 17, 2012
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, played a significant role in the American Revolutionary War, as it provided a meeting place for the men who would go on to sign the Declaration of Independence and Constitution – the Founding Fathers. Read More >

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