student travel

Sampling D.C.’s “Other” Museums

March 2, 2015

An “official” student tour of our Nation’s Capital has to include at least one Smithsonian museum. Standard itineraries feature the National Museum of American History, National Air and Space Museum and other great repositories on the National [...]

Buffalo Shines as a Surprising Student Travel Destination

February 6, 2015

When you hear New York, more often then not you think of high-rise buildings and taxi-filled streets and non-stop activities. Rarely do people consider the sites outside of Manhattan, but perhaps they should. Buffalo, located next to Lake Erie in [...]

Subterranean Splendor: 8 Top Caverns

January 2, 2015

But to a new, environmentally aware generation, these spectacular underground chambers are seen as precious natural wonders…literally buried treasures. For student travel groups, a cave tour is educational as well as just plain fun. Many caves, in [...]

Easy and Informable Class Trips to the Newseum

September 30, 2014

The Newseum is one of the top-rated attractions in Washington D.C.  Both because of its location – near the White House, U.S. Capitol Building and National Mall – and its overarching take on history as reported through the news media, this [...]

Travel through Spain in the Footsteps of Don Quixote

September 24, 2014

But what if there was a way teachers could change all that? They could make reading in Spanish fun while at the same time have the book come to life before their eyes. Taking your students on the route Don Quixote and his trusty squire, Sancho [...]

Students Hit the Travel Jackpot in Las Vegas

March 17, 2014

As the “Entertainment Capital of the World,” Las Vegas offers much more than its renowned casinos and nightlife. This city has something for everyone, including student trips full of thrilling educational explorations of museums, historic sites [...]

St. Louis Abounds with Student-Friendly Sights

March 1, 2014

St. Louis Attractions for Student Groups Students can ride in little capsules to the apex of the Gateway Arch to view the city and riverfront. Underneath the Arch is the free Museum of Westward Expansion, where exhibits tell the story of settlers, [...]

Enjoy Laid-back and Friendly “Charm City” Baltimore

February 8, 2014

The city has developed into a modern, quirky and entertaining destination, with plenty of historic and artsy attractions perfect for any student trip. Down by the Sea: Student Attractions in Baltimore There’s no denying that one of Baltimore’s [...]

Navy Pier Offers Fun for Student Groups in Chicago

February 7, 2014

For many visitors to Chicago, the highlight of their trip is a boat ride along the breezy shores of Lake Michigan, that big blue “ocean” that serves as the city’s front yard. And the most popular spot to board a boat is Navy Pier. Navy Pier, [...]
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