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Your Guide to Chattanooga’s Fun Attractions
March 21, 2018

Chattanooga, Tennessee, is located on the Tennessee River and surrounded by mountains and ridges. This family-friendly and history-packed destination has a variety of learning opportunities for students of all ages. Many of Chattanooga’s top attractions are geared toward learning and have free educational programs. It’s easy to plan field trips with our free guide. Students, […]

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Experience Anew the Story of America’s Beginnings
March 14, 2018

Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown—two living-history museums in the Williamsburg area—offer compelling year-round experiences through films, immersive gallery exhibits and interactive living history in outdoor settings that engage visitors in the story of America’s beginnings. American Revolution Museum at Yorktown Stories of citizens and soldiers of the American Revolution unfold at […]

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8 Ways to See Philly
February 21, 2018

Philadelphia offers many fun and quirky group tours to experience the vitality of America’s birthplace. From the ghosts of historic Philadelphia’s past to the thousands of beautiful murals lining the city’s lively neighborhoods and tasting decadent delights all day long, there are many unique things to do and many ways to see the city. For […]

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5 Black History Month Destinations
January 31, 2018

The legacy of African-Americans in United States history and culture is widespread. While destinations and institutions across the country preserve and honor achievements of African-Americans year-round, Black History Month often offers opportunities for students to engage in special programs and exhibitions. These five cities are home to significant moments in African-American history, where student travelers […]

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Celebrating 300 Years of New Orleans
January 24, 2018

New Orleans, Louisiana, has a lot to celebrate in 2018: The year marks the 300th birthday of the port city’s rich history, alluring culture and rollicking celebrations. Founded in 1718 by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, New Orleans chronicles both French and Spanish influence before the United States acquired the region in the Louisiana Purchase […]

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