Monthly Archives: September 2019

Day Trip Ideas in St. Louis

You don't always have to spend an extended amount of time in a city to experience it, sometimes you only have a day away but you want to make the most out of your time, especially when it comes to student groups. We totally get it, that's why we offer day trip options, setting up…
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Burke Museum

 Burke Museum Welcome to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, or as it may also be known, the Washington State Museum! This iconic museum establishment has a long-standing history here in Seattle, first founded in 1899, tracing its origins back even further to a local high school naturalist club formed in 1879. For…
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Fremont Troll

Fremont Troll When it comes to Seattle landmark icons you have the Space Needle and Mount Rainier, of course, as well as the Fremont Troll! The Fremont Troll is a Fremont neighborhood resident residing underneath Aurora Bridge. The bridge itself was first built in 1932, and ever since then, locals have been reporting sightings of…
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Day Hike at Mount Rainier

Day Hike at Mount Rainier [caption id="attachment_33214" align="alignright" width="425"] Mount Rainier Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Crystalline high mountain lakes, cascading waterfalls, meandering streams, sub-alpine meadows carpeted in flowers, and peaks offering vistas of the glaciers... Mount Rainer is quite possibly the most beautiful spot in all of the state of Washington, and certainly in all of…
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Spooked in Seattle Museum & Tours

Spooked in Seattle Museum & Tours THERE'S MORE TO SEATTLE THAN THE "UNDERGROUND" Get ready to get Spooked, the Spooked in Seattle Museum & Tour your next big adventure while visiting Seattle! The museum half of this adventure showcases paranormal memorabilia and funerary items, oftentimes referred to as the 'Death Museum'. Inside you will see…
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Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour

Bill Speidel's Underground Tour This attraction is, in our opinion, one of the most interesting in all of Seattle, Bill Speidel's Underground Tour offering a completely unique look at the city on top of a city. Officially known as 'Seattle's most unusual attraction', this tour provides 'a humorous stroll through the intriguing subterranean storefronts and…
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Golden Gardens Park

Golden Gardens Park Seattle's Golden Gardens Park is the perfect place for your group to get out, stretch your legs, and see some of the most beautiful scenes in Seattle. This 88-acre public park sits within the Ballard neighborhood and is comprised of wetlands, beaches, hiking trails, picnic areas, and children's playgrounds. The park is…
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Museum of Pop Culture

 Museum of Pop Culture [caption id="attachment_33185" align="alignright" width="425"] Museum of Pop Culture Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Welcome to Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture, or as it was once known, the EMP (Experience Music Project). Also known as MoPOP today, this nonprofit museum is dedicated to contemporary pop culture, first founded in 2000 by Microsoft co-founder Paul…
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Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market [caption id="attachment_33177" align="alignright" width="425"] Pike Place Market Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] The market’s historic arcade, winding alleys, stairways and lower levels offer a multisensory experience of sights, sounds, tastes, aromas and textures. Welcome to Pike Place Market, Seattle's original farmers market, one of the oldest in the country, first established in 1907. This…
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Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre If your student group is headed to Lancaster or Hershey you MUST make a dinner-time stop at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, the highly popular dinner theater stop that has been putting on top quality Broadway-style productions for 33 years now. Enjoy a delicious American buffet spread, this award-winning food including…
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