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Maryland

Maryland Destination Update
June 8, 2021

Maryland is open, ready and excited for student travel. Recently, in partnership with SYTA, suppliers all around Maryland came together for a virtual Destination Update: an hour of nonstop information on just about every place you can bring students in the state. From Baltimore to Prince George’s County to Medieval Times, the update had it […]

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Prince George’s County Is a Gem of the Capital Region
May 11, 2021

Just across from Washington DC, Prince George’s County of Maryland is a delightful destination that offers several unique opportunities for groups to venture out to discover new endeavors. Experience the great outdoors walking scenic nature trails such as the National Wildlife Visitor Center, one of the largest science and environmental education centers; enjoy scenes of […]

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The Year of the Woman
December 4, 2019

The importance of learning about the struggles of minorities has never been more timely. And surprisingly, Ocean City, Maryland, is a good place to start! This beach resort is known for fun on the boardwalk, the Assateague ponies, arcades and fun in the sun. But now, Ocean City is helping all of Maryland celebrate Year […]

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Hagerstown Has It!
April 10, 2019

Having always been known for rich Civil War history, Hagerstown and Washington County, Maryland, are quickly burgeoning into a colorful arts community. A downtown improvement plan has been underway, including the installation of a new Cultural Trail and a complete renovation of the Maryland Theatre. Learn more about what exciting and education-packed opportunities await students! […]

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The Night Is Young!
October 16, 2018

Your days are booked, but the night is young! Keeping students going well into the evening can be a challenge. Located less than one hour from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore and just 30 minutes from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, is Frederick, Maryland—the perfect basecamp for a regional student tour. Check out these cool evening activities for student […]

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