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The Mob Museum shares organized crime’s impact on the world

 Students can explore four floors of exhibits focused on the culture and history of mobs, crime and...

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum looks to engage students with upcoming...

It was only in late July that the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum (USOPM) opened to the public, yet the new...

5 Stops: Capital Region

Thousands of students come to the Nation’s Capital every year to immerse themselves in the history of...

Step into alternate worlds: augmented, virtual reality and high-tech experiences engage...

Young visitors to museums and cultural attractions love interactive exhibits. They have been around for a while, but in recent years...

SEA LIFE at Mall of America aims to inform, inspire

SEA LIFE at Mall of America
SEA LIFE at Mall of America aquarium in Bloomington, Minnesota, gives students of all ages a breathtaking adventure through the ocean world....

Bayside Inn Key Largo enhances student learning opportunities

KEY LARGO, Fl., — Bayside Inn Key Largo invites students to expand their virtual schooling environment at the...

Discover 400 years of Pacific maritime history

The world’s oldest active sailing ship, Star of India, can be visited at the Maritime Museum of San Diego — also...

Rethink the meaning of ‘home’ at The Glass House

The Glass House
Editor’s Note: During this period of social distancing, Student Group Tour magazine will continue to provide ideas for planning educational travel. Many attractions...

Students become inventors at Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention

The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention kept learning going throughout the COVID-19 pandemic; the Gainesville, Florida, museum offered — and...

Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio celebrates architect’s legacy

Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio
The development of a great architect comes into focus at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, Illinois.