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Expanded Museum at Gateway Arch National Park
July 2, 2018

The highly anticipated renovation and expansion of the Museum at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, is now complete and open for visitors. A place full of history and architecture, the museum has no shortage of opportunities for your student groups to admire the beauty of St. Louis while learning more about its paramount […]

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6 Ocean City Activities Beyond the Beach and Boardwalk
May 29, 2018

Ocean City, Maryland, is famous for its beach and boardwalk—yet a host of fun and exciting educational activities abound throughout the region. 1. Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center Located in nearby Dorchester County, the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center is experiencing an unexpected level of visitors since its opening last spring. It provides […]

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Live from the 18th Century, It’s Colonial Williamsburg!
May 23, 2018

Williamsburg was the capital of Virginia during the dawn of the United States. Today, Colonial Williamsburg transports students back to the 18th century, where they can experience “living” history. Students will meet the men, women and children whose values and visions created the United States. Walking alongside Colonial Williamsburg’s colonists, students will experience daily life […]

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Top 5 Learning Experiences in Manitoba
April 25, 2018

Learning experiences in the heart of Canada will stay with students for a lifetime. Assiniboine Park Zoo The zoo’s Journey to Churchill exhibit is the most comprehensive northern species exhibit in the world. See polar bears, musk oxen, arctic fox, wolves and more. Learn about climate change and biodiversity with interpretive signage, along with interactive […]

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The Capital Wheel Adds Learning and Fun to a D.C. Itinerary
April 11, 2018

Located just minutes from Washington’s D.C.’s museums and monuments, National Harbor gives groups the opportunity to stroll tree-lined streets filled with shops, restaurants and outdoor art such as J. Seward Johnson II’s massive and awe-inspiring sculpture, “The Awakening” emerging from the Potomac River’s sandy beach. Adjacent to the beach, East Pier leads groups to the […]

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