Monthly Archives: October 2018

Best Destinations for 6th Grade Field Trips

6th Grade is a seriously pivotal time in your student's educational lifetime. This is the period in which they have so much energy and interest to learn that it's best to jump on it while you can and show them unbelievably fascinating things about our world. That's why we think field trips are so crucial…
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Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum

Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum ENJOY NOSTALGIA FROM THE EARLY YEARS OF THE TELEPHONE. IT’S A FUN FAMILY ADVENTURE, AN EDUCATIONAL FIELD TRIP FOR STUDENTS AND AN ENJOYABLE GROUP OUTING. Welcome to the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum, the self-guided and accessible museum dedicated to the nostalgia of the early years of the telephone. This museum is…
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Philadelphia City Hall

Philadelphia City Hall [caption id="attachment_28744" align="alignright" width="325"] Philadelphia City Hall Tower Credit Paul Loftland[/caption] Welcome to Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia's seat of government that is considered to be the countries largest municipal building, sitting on 14.5 acres of floor space. This building has over 700 rooms inside and took over 30 years to complete, a very…
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United States Mint – Philadelphia

United States Mint - Philadelphia To hold a coin or medal produced by the Mint is to connect to the founding principles of our nation and the makings of our economy. The United States Mint in Philadelphia, or rather, the First United States Mint, is a highly interesting and educational facility created a couple centuries…
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Benjamin Franklin’s Grave

Benjamin Franklin's Grave [caption id="attachment_28728" align="alignright" width="350"] Benjamin Franklin, 1706-1790 Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Located within the burial grounds of Christ Church in Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin's grave site is a historically educational and sobering stop for your group to make. Christ Church, or sometimes known as 'The Nation's Church', holds over 320 years of history, first…
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Chicago Blues Experience

Chicago Blues Experience Chicago is the birthplace of modern blues, a pure American art form that has had a profound influence on nearly every style of music that followed. Opening in the spring of 2019, the Chicago Blues Experience is sure to be an instant hit, a world-class cultural attraction featuring state of the art interactive…
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Mother Bethel A.M.E Church

Mother Bethel A.M.E Church Regardless of the purpose of your group's trip to Philadelphia, we fully believe a stop at Mother Bethel A.M.E (African Methodist Episcopal) Church will benefit you! One of the most historic and culturally important spots in Philly, this church is considered to be the mother church of the nation's first black…
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Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia Eagles Welcome to Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles! If you are visiting during football season, we will help get your group into an Eagles game if you have football fans in the group, and even if you visit during off season we can still set up a…
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Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia Phillies

Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia Phillies [caption id="attachment_28709" align="alignright" width="425"] Phillies Game Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] If you have any baseball fans in your group, especially any Phillies fans, you are going to want to make a stop at Citizens Bank Park for either a stadium tour or a game! This park opened up in 2004…
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AST Shares: Halloween Foods at Disneyland

Heading to Disneyland this spooky season? You're going to want to take a look at this article from Alex Dunlap, who is spilling the beans on all the greatest Halloween-themed treats and eats throughout the park! Pumpkin Spice Churros, Evil Queen Carmel Apples, Anti-Vampire Pizza, and so much more awaits! IT’S TIME TO GET SPOOKY…
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