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Canadian Museum of Nature gallery

Explore natural world at Canadian Museum of Nature

Students discover all of Canada’s nature under one roof at the Canadian Museum of Nature. Located in a “castle”...
The MAX in Meridian, Mississippi

The MAX brings Mississippi legends to life

Students can dive into Mississippi’s creative legacy at The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The MAX) in Meridian, Mississippi. The MAX...

5 safety tips for every student group

A tour company’s rapport with student groups speaks to its top: student safety. Green Light Group Tours...
Science Museum of Minnesota - Kellogg Plaza, Saint Paul, Minn. Photo: Science Museum of Minnesota

Discovery awaits at Science Museum of Minnesota

The Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, brings science, technology, engineering, math and social studies concepts to life.
Seattle Public Market Sign

5 Stops: Seattle, Washington

Student groups visiting the Emerald City experience fun-filled days while learning at the same time.
Salem Witch Museum exterior

Salem Witch Museum relates events of 1962 to modern-day

The Salem Witch Museum, housed in a renovated historic church building in downtown Salem, follows the history of witches, witchcraft and witch hunts through the ages.
Boston Public Garden in fall

5 Stops: Boston, Massachusetts

Student groups visiting Boston will easily learn why the city is nicknamed the Cradle of Liberty. As one of the oldest cities in the United States, it makes the perfect classroom.
One World Observatory view

Reach new heights at One World Observatory

A student trip to Lower Manhattan is elevated, literally, with a stop at One World Observatory, which is positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere: One World Trade Center.
Billy Graham Library Student Tier 1 Skyscraper