Student Destinations

See History Come to Life at the Chicago History Museum

July 29, 2015

People often think of museums as boring places where artifacts are locked behind glass cases, and it’s more like reading from a textbook than taking a field trip. A museum should be an exciting, innovative place where students are engaged from the [...]

Visiting Students in North Dakota are Sure to be Awed

July 20, 2015

If you’re looking for a truly unique experience, North Dakota’s wildly fantastic topography has plenty of hidden secrets to share—you’ve probably heard about the Badlands in North Dakota. It’s hard not to attract attention with a name like [...]

New Jersey is a Hidden Treasure for Student Travelers

July 9, 2015

New Jersey is known for its fierce rivalry with its neighbor just across the bridge in New York, but there is no competition when it comes to the excellent student activities this state has to offer. From fascinating museums with interactive [...]

Student Travelers Find a Southern Haven in Louisiana

July 8, 2015

That famous Southern hospitality runs deep in Louisiana. In addition to natural beauty and fascinating history, the welcoming people of Louisiana are more than willing to show visitors the best their state has to offer. Students can learn about [...]

Students Venture through Idaho

June 26, 2015

A plethora of hands-on opportunities await your students in Idaho. The most important part of Idaho is its connection to nature and history. This large state is made up of untouched wilderness landscapes. From valleys and mountains to lakes and [...]

South Carolina’s One-of-a-kind Student Travel Options

June 24, 2015

South Carolina has much to offer any traveler, from fascinating educational experiences to exhilarating entertainment. Student groups especially look forward to a great time with loads of exciting opportunities to explore everything South Carolina [...]

Student Adventure in Oregon is Not Hard to Find

June 24, 2015

The West Coast State welcomes an adventurous spirit, whether that adventure is sought after in the fine art galleries of Portland or the wilderness of Oregon’s many state parks. Students can look all over Oregon to find exciting learning [...]

Adventurous Student Travel in Maryland

June 23, 2015

When you picture Maryland, what comes to mind? If you thought of the ocean and fresh seafood, you certainly won’t be disappointed. But Maryland has so much more to offer for student groups. As one of the original 13 colonies, it has a rich history [...]

Student-focused Fun to Add to Your Colorado Itinerary

June 18, 2015

Snow-covered mountains and dry desert lands, low valleys and flowing rivers… Colorado has enough geographic diversity for a well-rounded lesson from Mother Earth. Monuments of art and culture fill the nooks and crannies of every landscape, leaving [...]

14 Student-friendly Activities for Travelers in Virginia

June 18, 2015

What do rich farmland, interactive museums, famous presidents and amusement parks all have in common? They can all be found in the great state of Virginia. It is a premier location for student groups looking for fun and educational activities. From [...]

Top Spots for Student Travel Groups in Indiana

June 16, 2015

Home to a large community of Amish and world’s most famous auto race, Indiana is a great state to educate students with American history. Indiana is one of the top agricultural states and produces over 20 percent of the United States’ popcorn [...]

Great Unknown Destinations Across the 7 Continents

June 16, 2015

Traveling to destinations off the usual tourist trail gives us a thrill, and there are great rewards that come from these experiences. As travel becomes more accessible around the globe, it’s easier to venture to the planet’s lesser-known gems. [...]

7 Affordable Countries for Your Next Student Group Trip

June 16, 2015

You don’t need to penny-pinch to capitalize on your experiences. Here is a compiled list of budget-friendly countries to consider when planning an international trip. You can find your group skiing in the Andes, exploring Cambodian temples or [...]

Minnesota Leads the Way to Exciting Student Travel

June 15, 2015

Across vast lakes and fertile prairies, Minnesota stretches across the upper Midwest, calling travelers to its scenic landscapes. Said to have been traveled by Paul Bunyan, the state has a rich history of fierce American settlers and immigrants who [...]

12 Trips for Student Groups in Delaware

June 8, 2015

From boats that brought over the first colonists to island forts where Confederate prisoners were held, Delaware is home to an impressive amount of American history. When you’re done with your trip back in time, check out the performing arts, [...]

14 Adventures for Student Groups in Florida

June 4, 2015

Warmth. Sun. Palm trees. These are the images that often come to mind when students are asked about Florida, but they (and you) might not be aware that there’s an adventurous side to the Sunshine State. Home to everything from rockets and [...]

Massachusetts Makes Planning Student Travel Easy

June 2, 2015

Massachusetts is one of the original 13 colonies and played a major role in the Revolutionary War. In addition, the state has made many other important contributions to national life. That makes Massachusetts the perfect place to pursue [...]

Get a High-Altitude View of World History in Sydney

May 14, 2015

There are generally two big challenges when it comes to shaping and educating young minds. The first is trying to give them a truly comprehensive concept of the world, its history and cultures – a high-altitude view that ties together the infinite [...]

A Trip to Washington, DC is a Must for Student Groups

May 8, 2015

If you were to have your students close their eyes and think of Washington, DC, what would they see? For most, they have flashbacks of class discussions and pages and pages of assigned reading in their textbooks—but there’s nothing like seeing [...]

Make Art History Come to Life in Melbourne

May 5, 2015

Art is far more than beauty captured in the moment. Art is also a visual history of civilization, chronicling how we see the universe around us, what we think of different things and different people, and the advances of science and perception. In [...]
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