Where to Go

Students Can Look Forward to Fun in Atlanta

July 27, 2010

Atlanta, one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., is known as the birthplace of the civil rights movement. The Centennial Olympic Games were held in this city in 1996 and the site has been redeveloped for tourists. Atlanta is one of the [...]

Miami’s Tropical Attractions Await Student Travelers

July 27, 2010

Miami offers a great time for student travel groups. The year-round sunshine will always put a smile on students’ faces. Furthermore, many attractions within the city beckon to be explored. School tours love the exotic creatures that can be seen [...]

Students Find Seaside Fun in Portland, Maine

July 22, 2010

Portland is Maine’s biggest city and is called “The Phoenix,” an apt symbol for a city devastated by fire and rebuilt several times since its founding by English colonists in 1632. A city cast in red brick and stone, it abounds with cobbled [...]

Students Hit the Road to Tulsa, Oklahoma

July 15, 2010

Tulsa, the second largest city in Oklahoma, is located on the Arkansas River in the northeastern part of the state. When oil was discovered in 1901, Tulsa quickly became one of the world’s leading oil capitals. The city also is known for its rich [...]

Think Tampa for Your Next Student Trip

July 8, 2010

A number of theme parks, aquariums, zoos, museums and botanical gardens will please youth travel groups. The rich multicultural heritage is evident in the Ybor City district, another top tourist attraction. Along with great food selection and fine [...]

Mobile Creates Longlasting School Trip Memories

June 17, 2010

Located on the Gulf of Mexico, the only port city in Alabama is a perfect place for a school trip. The variety of educational and entertainment options makes Mobile a top student travel destination in the South. Top Attractions for Student Travel [...]

In Charleston, History Lives On for Student Travelers

June 11, 2010

Among marshes, tall oaks and Spanish moss sits the tranquil city of Charleston, South Carolina. The area’s many attractions make for a perfect student trip, whether you’re catering to history buffs or nature lovers. Traditional architecture [...]

Richmond Sets the Stage for an Educational Student Trip

June 8, 2010

Richmond celebrates its impressive history every day. With so much to do, student tours may only get a sample of this city’s tradition and heritage, but it will leave them yearning for more. From the numerous national monuments to the luscious [...]

Student Travelers Steal Away to Pittsburgh

June 3, 2010

Known as the Steel City thanks to the mills that helped create it, Pittsburgh is no longer a smoke-ridden city, but rather a modern and beautiful destination for student travel groups. With three rivers—the Ohio, Allegheny and [...]

School Groups Give Providence a Favorable Report Card

May 28, 2010

Student tour groups will revel in the history, architecture and culture of Providence as they skirt down cobblestone streets, past gaslight street lamps (now converted to electric). This city welcomes student travelers with not only friendly, [...]

Student Travelers Get the Royal Treatment in Cincinnati

May 23, 2010

Welcome to a city with small-town charm and big-city dreams. Cincinnati not only brims with classic American pastimes, but eagerly works toward a successful, contemporary future. Student tour groups will be blown away by the vast selection of [...]

Student Tour Groups Feel the Rhythm in Memphis

May 21, 2010

A gorgeous river city established atop the bluffs, Memphis caters to the needs of any student trip. The city’s rich history and deep musical focus create numerous attractions worth visiting. Art and entertainment thrive on the streets, while [...]

Student Travel to Minneapolis

May 12, 2010

Behold Minneapolis, a big-time city with much to see and do. From Mall of America and Minneapolis Zoo to the Bell Museum of Natural History, Minneapolis offers plenty of entertainment and education, making the city the ideal location for a student [...]

School Trips to Nashville, Music City USA

May 5, 2010

Welcome to the Music City, home to country music, art galleries, museums, science centers, shopping malls and Southern food. With a blend of education, entertainment and history, Nashville is a blast for student travel groups! Student Attractions in [...]
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