student travel groups

The Netherlands: A Mecca for Student Travelers

November 5, 2013

The Netherlands, known for its artists and lively cultural life, is an ideal location for student travelers. Offering flat landscapes dotted with windmills, the country is a popular tourist destination noteworthy for chocolate, cheese, porcelain [...]

History Comes to Life in Prince William & Manassas, VA

November 1, 2013

Leave the classroom behind and experience America’s history firsthand with a trip to Prince William & Manassas, Virginia. Located just 30 miles south of Washington D.C., Prince William and Manassas are home to two major Civil War battles, [...]

Experience the Majesty of Niagara Falls

October 1, 2013

Straddling the border between Canada and the United States, Niagara Falls is one of the best-known waterfalls in the world!  Made up of  three separate waterfalls– the American Falls and its sister the Bridal Veil Falls and the largest, the [...]

Going to the NYC? City Sightseeing Has Your Tour

September 18, 2013

So you’ve got some group travel to New York City planned. What’s the big deal?  Seeing the sights of New York shouldn’t be all that complicated. Its skyline is familiar, seen on countless TV shows and movies. Its streets and avenues are on a [...]

10 Top Parades for Student Marching Bands

July 2, 2013

Disney Performing Arts OnStage Orlando, Florida Students can be a part of the Disney magic by performing on stage, marching in parades and participating in workshops at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida as a part of the Disney Performing Arts [...]

The Top 5 Music Cities in the US for Student Trips

June 10, 2013

One of the best ways to experience a city is through its musical heritage. But some cities are more musical than others. Five of America’s best-known music cities are Branson, Memphis Nashville, New Orleans and New York City. All offer cultural [...]

Always fresh. Always exciting. Mall of America

June 4, 2013

This is Mall of America®, as reflected in the new logo making its debut earlier this month.  Twenty years young, the nation’s largest retail and entertainment center is thoughtfully using design to convey its wealth of unforgettable, dynamic, [...]

Experience Field Station: Dinosaurs

June 1, 2013

In the shadow of the Empire State Building there is a dark foreboding rock that time forgot. It’s called Snake Hill and it’s home to the nation’s most talked about science theme park – Field Station: Dinosaurs. Built on the cliffs of a [...]

10 Top Music Museums for Student Groups

April 30, 2013

For a lesson in music appreciation, consider including a music museum in your next student group tour. From the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville to Meredith Willson’s Boyhood Home and Music Man Square in Mason City, Iowa, America abounds [...]

History Comes Alive in Colonial Williamsburg

April 2, 2013

Touring Colonial Williamsburg is a great way to connect with America’s past. Part interactive drama, part open-air museum and part historical re-creation, this area is a perennial favorite with everyone from school groups to vacationing families. [...]

Niagara Falls: An Exciting Group Destination

April 1, 2013

You’ve seen the famous photographs of water cascading between New York and Ontario, but postcards and computer screens don’t do it justice. You have to step away from the office to hear the thundering sound, feel the shaking earth, and soak in [...]

Toilets and Torture: A Departure from the Museum Norm

March 5, 2013

Bored with the normal museum scene? Have you had your fill of artful masterpieces, historical figures and aging aircraft? Then read on, because listed below are a few colorful and obscure museums from around the world, whose exhibits and attractions [...]

Student Tours Join the Historic Coast Festivities

March 1, 2013

History comes alive for student groups in  St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra, bringing the lessons from classrooms and textbooks into the everyday, making them truly enjoyable and educational. This year, student tours get an extra special treat when [...]

Florida’s Historic Coast Aren’t the Same Old Story

February 4, 2013

Florida’s Historic Coast, made up of St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra, offers student group tour planners a Florida experience unlike any other. Everywhere student groups venture, history awaits them; especially as the 500th anniversary of Juan Ponce [...]

History Comes to Life on a Class Trip to Washington, D.C.

December 13, 2012

If you want to give your students an experience that they’ll never forget, consider a school trip to Washington, D.C. Our Nation’s Capital offers young people an invaluable opportunity to learn about American history. Its vibrant landmarks [...]

12 Student-Friendly Sightseeing Cruises

October 2, 2012

Every student enjoys an exciting field trip outdoors and what better way to do just that than from aboard a sightseeing cruise. Whether your group is learning about art and architecture, historical events such as the Boston Tea Party or plant and [...]

Bay Point Wyndham Resort Welcomes Students

October 1, 2012

Bay Point Wyndham Resort Just the right mix of diversion and focus is necessary for a memorable, successful student event. One thousand acres of Panama City Beach, Florida accomplish that purpose with attractions and activities like water sports, [...]

The National Aquarium: Liquid Gold

September 4, 2012

The wonder of the world-famous National Aquarium, Baltimore, on the magnificent Inner Harbor awaits your group. The National Aquarium first opened its Baltimore doors in August 1981. Since then, it has opened two new pavilion exhibits in Baltimore, [...]

Student Groups Love Adventure Aquarium

August 28, 2012

Imagine students gasping in awe as they are surrounded by sharks in a 40-foot suspended Shark Tunnel. Picture the amazement on students’ faces as they stand within inches of massive hippos gracefully gliding underwater. Or the smiles and giggles [...]

A Dozen Top Museums for Student Travel Groups

March 29, 2012

When is the next time you will get the chance to tour a submarine or build your own robot? If a museum visit is part of your next student-group itinerary, it might be sooner than you think. The notion that museums are stuffy and boring has been [...]
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