Monthly Archives: December 2016

Class Trips to Washington D.C

Washington D.C is hands down one of the most educationally beneficial spots in America [caption id="attachment_21161" align="alignright" width="425"] A flag is waved at the inauguration ceremony in 2013 for Barack Obama.[/caption] for students to visit while in school, our company’s personal #1 top-selling field trip destination. Within our countries proud capital you can find endless…
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Student Budget Trip: Dallas

If you want to take your class to a city full of classic southern culture, sprawling cityscapes with plenty of history and iconic landmark hotspots, then Dallas is the place to be! This city is the home of the Texas State Fair and beloved Dallas Cowboys, the third largest city and number one tourist destination in all…
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How to Plan a Better Spring Break: College Edition

Even though there may be glistening white snow covering the ground outside, it isn’t too early to plan your big spring break getaway. In fact, it’s the perfect time! Planning your spring break about 4-6 months in advance does a few key things to help your group and your budget. Better hotel/resort deals. Cheaper flight…
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Amazing Jake’s Food and Fun

If you’ve been to Amazing Jake’s before then you already know that this place is, well, amazing! This is a center ‘for kids of all ages’ to enjoy a variety of family-friendly experiences such as bowling, laser tag, and arcade games, the perfect spot for large groups of students traveling! The spacious Jake’s recreation center…
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House of Blues Dallas

If you want to experience the sights, sounds, and soul of Dallas, you’ll have to make a stop at the House of Blues. The House of Blues, Dallas, is a popular rock and blues-themed chain with celebrated southern cuisines such as fresh jambalaya and po boys. You will find regular concerts and constant delicious dishes…
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Crow Collection of Asian Art

The Crow Collection of Asian Art, more formally known as the Trammel and Margaret Crow Collection, is a museum dedicated to the arts and cultures of China, Japan, India, and Southeast Asia. This highly popular arts complex is located in the downtown Dallas arts district, one of the only galleries in the state dedicated to…
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SpeedZone

Get ready to go fast, your next big group stop here at Dallas's very own premier racing center, SpeedZone. This go kart racing fun center also features mini golf and arcade games, plus dinner and concessions. If you are looking for fun for your whole group, this is your place! Here at SpeedZone, located along…
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AT&T Performing Arts Center

One of the most impressive, massive, expensive, and newest additions to Dallas’ booming art scene will make up your next stop, the AT&T Performing Arts Center. This multi-million (354, to be exact) dollar performance venue can hold up to 5950 people total, the massive entertainment complex holding regular concerts, plays, operas, and events/galas. This spot…
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GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

Welcome to the most popular landmark in Dallas, Reunion Tower. This iconic observation deck features regular light shows, breathtaking 360-degree city views, two different onsite restaurants, and even a gift shop. This is both an entertainment and education stop, teaching you much about this tower and community in general while also keeping you highly interested…
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Old Red Museum of Dallas County

If you truly want to get to know Dallas then you definitely need to stop here, the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture. This highly historic and beautifully restored spot displays practically everything you need to know about the region, and it presents it in an easy to understand and entertaining way,…
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