New York

Immersive Experiences at The Strong National Museum of Play
July 25, 2018

Have you ever wanted to take a master class with a world-class musician or design your own video game? At The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York, students can do just that. At The Strong Museum—a museum dedicated entirely to the study of play and home to the world’s largest collection of […]

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America’s Most Iconic Experience: See What You’re Missing
July 2, 2018

Did you know? The Maid of the Mist is the only original Niagara Falls attraction that’s been operating since 1846! Stepping onboard the U.S.A.-based vessels is the only way to truly experience one of the world’s most amazing natural wonders. You and your students can create mist-covered memories for your next trip while learning about the history of […]

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The Royal Treatment: Castles for Student Travel
June 19, 2018

Majestic castles are aplenty around the world—and although there’s no shortage of opportunities to visit one, it may be overwhelming trying to decipher which castles are suitable for your trip. Whether your students are looking to live out dreams of feeling like they’re in an episode of Game of Thrones or Downton Abbey or simply taking in the architecture […]

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Here Comes the Royal Bride! Madame Tussauds New York to Welcome ‘An American Princess’
April 11, 2018

Madame Tussauds New York’s newest figure, Meghan Markle, is set to be revealed ahead of the royal wedding. Her figure will be exclusive to the Madame Tussauds’ New York and London locations. Meghan Markle will become the first U.S. citizen to join the British Royal Family in 80 years. In March, Madame Tussauds New York […]

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Spirit Cruises: Give Them What the Classroom Can’t
December 13, 2017

Why do high school students choose group travel? Simply put, they want need to break out of the classroom. High school students want to be inspired in ways classrooms can’t manage. They want to connect with each other on a level that their weekday routines don’t allow. We remember this when we welcome a student […]

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