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New York

A New MoMA
October 9, 2019

A new MoMA opens in midtown Manhattan, October 21. Stunning new galleries and spaces for performance and events will transform the Museum and show MoMA’s collection to student groups in new and unprecedented ways. Through this multiyear expansion project, The Museum of Modern Art will offer student groups more ways to explore, from quietly contemplating a single work of […]

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Top 10 Student Destinations 2019: United States
July 15, 2019

SYTA member tour operators selected these 10 cities as the top United States travel destinations favored by students and teachers for 2019. 1: NEW YORK, NEW YORK Home to some of the most renowned museums and monuments in the world, New York City offers students a chance to delve into the worlds of hands-on learning, […]

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A Magical Time On The Upper West Side
August 15, 2018

Most people who come to New York City to catch a show only see the dazzling lights and bustling energy of Times Square. But just a little further up Broadway on the Upper West Side, there’s spectacular entertainment that promises an unforgettable evening for any lover of the arts. The world-famous Lincoln Center is the premier […]

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‘The Prom’ Takes Center Stage
July 31, 2018

Prom is a quintessential high school right of passage—so you can imagine the drama that goes down in a small Indiana town when some parents try to intervene and dictate who gets to attend. Learn new Broadway musical, The Prom, is the perfect laugh-out-loud show with a lesson for students. Four Broadway stars are in desperate […]

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America’s Classroom
July 31, 2018

Fort Ticonderoga in Upstate New York is not only “America’s Fort”—it’s also America’s classroom. Learn more about how your student group can explore this important historic location. From school groups and scouting troops to families with kids, Fort Ticonderoga has an array of unique programming about life during the American Revolution that caters directly to […]

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