Monthly Archives: July 2019

Fine Arts Center at Colorado College

Fine Arts Center at Colorado College Welcome to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, the premier fine art destination in the region. This historic cultural center holds a renowned American art collection, an onsite performance theater, and an art school with regular classes. The complex is celebrating 100 years this year (2019),…
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Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center

Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center Prepare yourselves for a wild encounter at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, the local nonprofit sanctuary for wolves and wild canines. This AZA-accredited institution provides several different choices for guided tours and conservation programs, each option focusing on conservation, education, and preservation. The tours will give you close up…
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Colorado College

Colorado College While in Colorado Springs consider planning a visit at Colorado College, a private liberal arts university first founded in 1874. Regardless of whether you are a prospective student or not, this is a great campus to visit due to the onsite Fine Arts Museum as well as the fun athletics and campus recreation…
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Whirlpool Aero Car

Whirlpool Aero Car Get ready to have the best views of 'one of the world’s most mesmerizing natural phenomenons' as you take a thrilling ride aboard Niagara Fall's Whirpool Aero Car! Open seasonally each April - November, The Whirpool Aero Car has been 'soaring the Niagara Gorge' since 1916. This technological wonder was designed by…
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Student Safety Tips from SYTA: Seat Belts on School Buses

How Do You Get Students to Wear Seat Belts on School Buses? AUGUST 22, 2018 Written by Michael Bowers, Student Travel Safety Consultant, Center for Student Travel Safety. Adventure Student Travel is proud to work with SYTA, the Voice of Student and Youth Travel, and we are both always looking for ways to ensure student safety…
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10 New North American Museums You Have to See

This past year has brought some fantastic new museums in North America, with new additions in major cities from Toronto, Canada to Sarasota, Florida. Learn all about the history of pianos, check out some of the coolest glass art in the world, get in the mind of comedy's greatest, and even learn all about Icelandic…
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Museum at the Gateway Arch

Museum at the Gateway Arch The newly redesigned Museum at the Gateway Arch is located directly under the arch and tells the story of St. Louis' role in the famous Westward Expansion. There are 6 galleries inside; Colonial St. Louis, New Frontiers, Riverfront Era, Jefferson's Vision, Building the Dream, and Manifest Destiny.  “The six galleries…
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Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto

Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto MOCA [has] featured the work of over 1,100 Canadian and other international artists, hosted 200+ exhibitions and welcomed 40,000 annual visitors. Welcome to MOCA Toronto, or more formally, the Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art. This Canadian art museum is held in high regards for its contribution to contemporary Candian art…
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Imagine Museum

Imagine Museum Inform. Inspire. Uplift. Welcome to Imagine Museum, one of the newest St. Petersburg museums that provides guests with a comprehensive survey of contemporary glass art from the 1960s until today. This unique art museum is located on Central Avenue, just blocks away from the similar Morean Arts Center. Several preeminent works from the…
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Nordic Museum

Nordic Museum Welcome to Seattle's Nordic Museum, the internationally recognized Nordic museum and cultural center that is considered to be the largest of its kind in the United States. This museum covers Scandinavian immigration, culture, art & history, exhibiting various art and objects, preserving collections, providing educational and cultural experiences, and serving as a community…
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