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Student group at John Deere Pavilion, Moline, Ill. Credit: John Deere & Company

John Deere Pavilion aims to inspire innovators

Each year, hundreds of school groups visit the John Deere Pavilion in downtown Moline, Illinois. Through a series of state-of-the-art exhibits, students...
Cleveland, Ohio Credit: Aerial Agents

5 Stops: Cleveland, Ohio

For one-of-a-kind experiences, like a day at the world’s only Rock & Roll Hall of Fame or a sightseeing tour of Lake...
Blue Man Group

Center stage: Performance venues embrace creativity and confidence

Theater, music or dance — above all, the performing arts revolve around creative expression. Whether portraying a character on...
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Green Light Group Tours plans all-inclusive trips

Self-proclaimed band nerds, Corey and Apryl Black met on a bus during a summer marching drum corps. Corey...
Student Group Tour magazine, April 2019

The April 2019 issue of Student Group Tour is online

In this issue: Student Group Tour magazine, April 2019 Center StagePerformance...

Virginia itinerary: Arlington

Just across the Potomac River from the nation’s capital, Arlington offers incomparable views, rich history and thriving neighborhoods for groups....
Kennedy Space Center unforgettable

Kennedy Space Center itinerary: Must see for an Unforgettable Group Visit

Kennedy Space Center More interactive than a museum, more inspirational than a science center...
December 2018 Student Group Tour magazine

The December 2018 issue of Student Group Tour is online

December 2018 Student Group Tour magazine Land among the stars:Space exploration inspires future astronomers
Billy Graham Library Student Tier 1 Skyscraper