student groups

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 [...]

Student Travel Groups Enchanted by New Mexico

July 27, 2015

Visit this dusty Western state and you’ll find out New Mexico isn’t called the Land of Enchantment for nothing. The state boasts a breathtaking natural landscape and captivating history, thanks to its sweeping desert and Mexican and Native [...]

Student Groups Connect With Fun Times in Connecticut

July 22, 2015

Teachers and other trip organizers know well the headache of finding enough entertaining sites and attractions for their student groups. Luckily, Connecticut makes the complex undertaking of planning group travel easy by offering a vast array of [...]

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 [...]

Ocala/Marion Combines Adventure with Elements of the Past

September 25, 2014

Ocala/Marion County, located smack-dab in the heart of Central Florida, features an abundance of sites and activities to suit any student group’s interests. The area consists of five historical towns—Belleview, Dunnellon, McIntosh, Ocala and [...]

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, [...]

Kansas City: the City of Fountains

February 8, 2014

Kansas City, Kansas offers excellent entertainment options for student travel groups. Whether the group wishes to visit attractions or go for a sightseeing tour, Kansas City will accommodate either way. Students can plunge into different water [...]

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 [...]

Water Parks Remain a Top Attraction for Student Groups

February 7, 2014

In the sizzling summer heat, student groups can add water parks to their itinerary to cool their bodies down. Water slides and wave pools are not the only activities available because some water parks offer educational programs that allow students [...]
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