Monthly Archives: September 2017

American Stories Walking Tour

American Stories Walking Tour Destination Gettysburg will provide your group with one of the most popular local walking tours, the American Stories 'Memories of Battle' tour. This insightful trek along the streets of the historic district brings to life 'the true stories of the 1863 civilians as they are surrounded by battle'. The tour guides dress…
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Shriver House Museum

Shriver House Museum You may know what happened on the battlefield . . . but do you know what happened to the civilians in town? This 19th-century home-turned-museum is the perfect spot for your group to learn all about the Civil War, its local impact, and how the daily lives of civilians went on during…
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3 Student Music Festivals you Can’t Miss in 2018

Calling all marching bands, choir groups, color guards, and dance teams....performance season is coming up, and we've got the absolute best options for 2018! The three music festivals below all offer you the opportunity to strut your stuff, participate in clinics and workshops, and see other groups from around the country perform as well. What…
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Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art [caption id="attachment_16741" align="alignleft" width="425"] Edgardo Avilés-López[/caption] Welcome to the Museum of Modern Art, otherwise known as MOMA. This highly popular NYC art museum is located in Midtown Manhattan, right along 53rd Street (in between 5th and 6th Avenue). MOMA is so exceedingly popular because it features works from greats such as…
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7 Spots in Nashville the Locals Don’t Want you to Know About

When most people visit Nashville they head to the most iconic attractions; Ryman Auditorium, Country Music Hall of Fame, Wildhorse Saloon, the Grand Ole Opry, and the like. While we love these attractions and the experiences they give, what we love more are those secret, hidden, glorious little spots that tourists leave mostly untouched, no…
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Nashville Farmer’s Market

Nashville Farmer's Market [caption id="attachment_24246" align="alignright" width="425"] Farmer's Market[/caption] The Nashville Farmer’s Market is THE place to go for the freshest produce and most creative crafts Nashville has to offer! NFM is home year-round to hundreds of farmers and ranchers, artisans, restaurateurs, shop-owners, crafters and flea merchants; you’ll discover prime locally raised/grown meats, seasonal produce…
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The Escape Game

Escape Game [caption id="attachment_24240" align="alignright" width="425"] Credit Escape Game[/caption] Ready, set, ESCAPE! Nashville's very own escape adventure awaits your group, the Escape Game being the perfect attraction for thrill-seekers, quick thinkers, and those in need of some serious excitement. The Escape Game provides guests with 'an escape from ordinary life that allows you to live…
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Belmont Mansion

Belmont Mansion There are several noteworthy mansions and historic homes within the Nashville area, and Belmont is most definitely one at the top of the list. Belmont, or Belle Monte, or Acklen Hall, is a historic mansion at Belmont University’s campus, a 1853 era home turned museum. Here at Belmont Mansion, your group will get…
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Frist Center for the Visual Arts [caption id="attachment_24294" align="alignright" width="425"] Credit Frist[/caption] To see one of the most ‘spectacular arrays of art from the region and around the world’ then take your group straight to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville’s downtown art museum located in a classic Art Deco building featuring everchanging art exhibits and educational programs perfect…
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Cheekwood Estate and Gardens

Cheekwood Estate and Gardens [caption id="attachment_24213" align="alignright" width="425"] Don Flickr[/caption]  Welcome to Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Art Museum, the 55-acre historic estate that provides guests with an excellent glimpse at the life and art of Nashville past. Cheekwood Estate itself is a Colonial Revival/Georgian mansion built in 1929, the former family home of Mabel and…
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