Where to Go

Five Weird and Wonderful American Museums

April 3, 2018

For every traveler who loves museums, there is at least one who says “Again? We went to a museum last year!  They’re all the same!” No, my friend.  These museums are anything but more of the same. 5 Awesomely Odd Museums You Need to Visit [...]

8 Exceptional History Destinations for Student Groups

August 31, 2017

Field trips are essential to any curriculum because of their unique ability to inspire students’ interest in the class material and to provide a sense of relatability that you simply can’t find in a textbook. Students will return from these [...]

Student Performance Cities Take Center Stage

August 31, 2017

Performing arts trips are an excellent way to expose your students to a wider audience and the musical cultures of America’s cities. Combining great venues, workshop opportunities and rich cultural heritage, these eight locations are superior options for your next performance arts tour. [...]

The 8 Best Cities for Student Field Trips

July 17, 2017

Field trips are essential to any curriculum because of their unique ability to inspire students’ interest in the class material and to provide a sense of relatability that you simply can’t find in a textbook. Students will return from these [...]

8 Great Performance Tour Cities for Student Groups

July 14, 2017

Why limit your musicians to dingy practice space when you can expose them to some California sunshine? Why limit your actors’ audience to parents and faculty when they can act before thousands of Walt Disney World guests? Performing arts trips are [...]

8 Top STEM Destinations

June 16, 2017

In the past decade, an insufficient number of American students have been pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and math, otherwise known as STEM fields. Occupations in STEM are crucial for our nation in continuing its path to [...]

The 11 Best Student Travel Apps of 2017

June 6, 2017

When was the last time you saw a student without a smartphone?  Students, teachers, chaperones and others involved in student travel are all attached to their devices.  Even if their travels take them beyond the U.S. border, smartphones are top [...]

Immersive International Student Travel Trends

June 6, 2017

There’s nothing like international travel to broaden your perspective. In the case of student travel, it can heighten and reinforce lessons in science, math, history and other areas. Cast your mind back to your elementary school days. In [...]

Things to Consider When Planning a Student Trip to London

May 2, 2017

Traveling abroad as a student is a wonderful opportunity to hit two birds with one stone: exploring beautiful places while pursuing your education. And the chance to do it in London is an enticing thought for many young people, as it’s one of the [...]

6 National Parks for your Next Winter School Excursion

January 31, 2017

By Tia Johnson Providing fun-filled family adventures for over 100 years, the National Park Service succeeds in touching the hearts of anyone who steps foot in the system’s numerous parks. While they are best known for their summertime activities, [...]

Seven NYC Choral Venues That Hit the Right Notes

November 1, 2016

While the best part of a choir’s time might be spent behind the scenes, learning new songs and practicing their art, there’s no doubt that the most exciting bits are when they are onstage.  And few things bring more excitement to a traveling [...]

The Business of Show in Branson

September 2, 2016

By Dave Bodle Listen to Jimmy Osmond for more than a few minutes and you’ll be struck by his humility. However, there is that twinkle in his voice as he shares (and likes to remind his brothers) that at five years old he was the first in the [...]

Explore the Wild West in Wyoming

August 24, 2016

Students in the Cowboy State can visit attractions that celebrate nature and preserve the Old West. Exploring museums and national parks, groups will learn about the history of Wyoming and the nation as well. 3 Places Trips Back in Time Cheyenne [...]

More to Discover in Wisconsin than Cheese and Football

August 24, 2016

Although disputably known for having the best dairy products and football team in the nation, Wisconsin has much more to offer student group travelers. Unique interactive museums, state parks abounding with natural beauty and remarkable historical [...]

Wild, Wonderful West Virginia: 9 Mountain State Hotspots

August 24, 2016

With stunning scenery, captivating regional history and one-of-a-kind destinations, the Mountain State is sure to intrigue student groups. Whether seeking an unforgettable outdoor journey or a look into America’s past, students will discover [...]

9 Utah Attractions for Adventurous Students

August 24, 2016

Utah offers the best of both worlds when it comes to outdoor education and recreational activities. From the lush forests to sparse deserts, the state’s diverse ecosystem offers students the chance to learn in new and unusual settings while [...]
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