Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sweet Auburn Walking Tour

Historic African American neighborhood and birthplace of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., Sweet Auburn is a fabulous and historically rich destination for educational student groups of all ages. The area was first developed in the mid-late 19th century and was first occupied by Union soldiers under the name Shermantown. Later, it grew because…
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6 Tools You Need For Camping

Vagabondish shared their list of the top 6 tools you would be foolish to forget while heading off to the woods, and we've created an inforgraphic your group can save to make sure you never leave home without these necessities.   Perhaps you'll need something sharp for cutting new kindling out of larger sticks -- did…
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Museum of Design Atlanta

Groups of Atlanta visitors on an educational excursion will not want to miss a stop at this brilliant assemblage of modern displays located on the ground floor of the 1315 Peachtree Building. The Museum of Design Atlanta’s galleries comprise some 5,000 plus square feet of engaging special presentations showcasing the impact of design on everyday life. Formerly…
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Wild Adventures Theme Park

Adventurous groups on Peach State getaways will not want to miss a day at this magnificent amusement park! The popular park features dozens of exciting rides and attractions, including eight roller coasters, hundreds of exotic animals, awesome Splash Island water park, crazy themed shows and fantastic concerts! High-thrill rides like the Aviator, the Firecracker, Pharoah’s Fury, the Rattler,…
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Legoland Discovery Center

Families and student groups exploring the Peach State will not want to miss a day at this wonderful toy box full of exciting Lego-themed activities and attractions! With over two million LEGO bricks under one roof, the sky’s the limit at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta. It’s the ideal place for visitors to experience a unique and engaging…
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National Cryptologic Museum

When you take a trip to Baltimore, a visit to the National Cryptologic Museum would not be regretted. Visitors will have the opportunity to check out fascinating exhibits on the study of codes and the solving of coded puzzles, often for national security. Guests can also see the National Cryptology Memorial where you can pay your respects…
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Stone Mountain

More than just an architectural and natural wonder, Stone Mountain is part of something bigger, something fun and exciting for the whole group. Sure, you'll want to see the massive, behemoth rock face in the center of the park upon which you'll find carvings of prominent Civil War figures namely, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and…
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Six Flags Over Georgia

Your favorite amusement park has endless fun in store for you at Six Flags Over Georgia! Ride roller coasters until you lose your voice, splash down water slides at Six Flags White Water, and have more fun than you ever thought possible! Six Flags has every kind of ride you could dream of. Thrill rides…
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Ripley’s Believe It or Not

Baltimore's Ripley's Believe It or Not is a fun and unique way to spend time with friends and family among the tricky Mirror Maze, the 4D Moving Theater, and several galleries made for exploring. Some people may think that Ripley's is only good for kids, but they'd be wrong! Baltimore's own Ripley's museum is full…
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