Monthly Archives: June 2018

Student Passport FAQ’s

Are you planning an international trip for your student group and don't know where to start? You probably have many questions at this point, questions about the specifics of crossing borders with minors, what paperwork is necessary, and what the process is to acquire it. You may not be too sure where to look for the answers,…
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Conrad-Caldwell House

Conrad-Caldwell House [caption id="attachment_27075" align="alignright" width="425"] Conrad Castle - Courtesy Conrad Caldwell House[/caption] The Conrad-Caldwell House, sometimes referred to as 'Conrad's Castle', is a magnificent home situated in the heart of Old Louisville at 1402 St. James Court. Construction began on the Richardsonian-Romanesque home in 1893. The first family, The Conrad’s, lived there from 1895-1906…
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Frazier History Museum

Frazier History Museum [caption id="attachment_27080" align="alignright" width="425"] Courtesy Frazier History Museum[/caption] “With a greater knowledge of history, we can fully appreciate the great difficulties and the great opportunities that lie ahead. By reconnecting with our past, we can renew a sense of who we are, what we stand for, and where we are headed.” -…
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Iroquois Park

Iroquois Park Iroquois Park is a locally loved 726-acre park that serves as one of the most scenic viewing areas in the city! The rugged landscape of forested hills and sweeping vistas give this park a tranquil and beautiful quality that sets it apart from the rest. Planned by Frederick Law Olmsted as a 'scenic residence'…
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Muhammad Ali Center

Muhammad Ali Center The legend himself, Muhammad Ali, comes to life at this local award-winning museum and cultural center, the Muhammad Ali Center. This spot is dedicated to Ali, who happens to be a Louisville native. With a combination of interactive museum exhibits, educational programming options, and regularly scheduled special events, this museum will take…
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Louisville Zoo

Louisville Zoo  “Better the Bond Between People and Our Planet” Welcome to the Louisville Zoo, or more formally, the Louisville Zoological Gardens. Serving as the state zoo of Kentucky as well as an award-winning AZA member, this zoo seriously sets the standards for great animal care and education. Founded in 1962, the Louisville Zoo has a…
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Falls of Ohio State Park

Falls of Ohio State Park [caption id="attachment_27044" align="alignright" width="425"] Falls of the Ohio State Park - Ohio River between Kentucky and Indiana[/caption] The Falls of Ohio State Park is an absolutely gorgeous natural spot to visit while in Louisville, this scenic riverside park part of a 1404 acre National Wildlife Conservation Area. The focal point of…
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Best Destinations for 4th Grade Field Trips

4th grade is a pivotal time in a young child's public schooling, this being the year they delve deep into the subjects of group/social learning, mathematical education, and putting together a big picture of how our world works, both scientifically and culturally. What better way to teach these young minds than by taking them on…
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Louisville Slugger Field

Louisville Slugger Field Take your group on an iconic behind-the-scenes tour of the Louisville Slugger Field, home of the Louisville Bats (fitting team name, right?). Before or after your visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory you simply MUST come to explore the stadium, whether you are coming on a game day or you are just…
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Louisville Mega Cavern

Louisville Mega Cavern Mega thrills, mega exploration, and mega-adventure await your group at Kentucky's largest hidden gem, the Louisville Mega Cavern. This former limestone mine sits 100 feet subsurface, right underneath Watterson Expressway and the Louisville Zoo.  Within this seriously massive complex are over 17 miles of passageways, the entire area measuring up to just…
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