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Overnight Sleepover at Ripley’s Aquarium

What could be more exciting for your students than sleeping overnight inside an aquarium, schools of fish and sharks swimming all around them while they dream the night away? Ripley’s Aquarium offers overnight programs at various locations that allow student groups, scout groups, and family groups to come sleepover after hours in the aquarium, each…
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Lightner Museum

Lightner Museum Welcome to the Lightner Museum, the popular museum of antiquities located in downtown St. Augustine within the opulent Hotel Alcazar building. This institution features mostly American Gilded Age pieces within its doors, doors that were first built in 1887 by none other than Henry Flagler. The entire building is built in Spanish Renaissance…
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St Augustine Art Association

St Augustine Art Association Art Making History The St. Augustine Art Association, of STAAA, is the cultural association that has been 'promoting excellence in the arts since 1924', a fantastic arts program the provides various exhibits, lectures, workshops, tours, and various children's programs and classes year round. As mentioned before, this association has been around…
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Potter’s Wax Museum

Potter's Wax Museum A fun attraction unlike any of its kind, Potter's Wax Museum is a must-visit for your group while in St. Augustine. This wax museum is housed inside the oldest pharmacy in the United States and is also considered to be the oldest wax museum in the United States overall. It was first…
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Spanish Military Hospital Museum

Spanish Military Hospital Museum Located on Aviles Street near the Colonial Quarter, your group will find the Spanish Military Hospital Museum, the local institution that explores Second Spanish Period medical practices. First built in 1965, this museum reflects Spanish colonial architecture and allows you to travel back in time as you watch an apothecary create…
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Colonial Quarter

Colonial Quarter [caption id="attachment_30731" align="alignright" width="425"] Colonial Quarter St. Augustine Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Welcome to the Colonial Quarter, the popular local site that shows the history of St. Augustine through tours, shops, and dining experiences. Located on historic St. George Street, St. Augustine's Colonial Quarter holds several interesting stops, such as the 35-foot watchtower, several…
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St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum Formerly located in the Florida Keys under the name of the Pirate Soul Museum, the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is a must-visit for any groups interested in an equally entertaining and educational local history experience! Featuring over 5,000 square feet of pirate fun, the Pirate & Treasure…
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5 Best Spots To See Fireworks In 2019

What exactly is the best way to celebrate Independence Day? That's easy, FIREWORKS AND TRAVEL. There is no truer freedom than the ability to move and travel on one's own accord, and when you are traveling to watch fireworks and celebrate the 4th of July, you're really hitting your full potential as a free, proud,…
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Creative Discovery Museum

Creative Discovery Museum If you are traveling to Chattanooga with a group of younger students you are most certainly going to want to save plenty of time for a stop at the Creative Discovery Museum, one of the top children's museums in the entire country! The Creative Discovery Museum, first opened in 1995, is a…
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Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Aboard the Tennessee Valley Railroad, you will ride a rolling time machine providing the sights and sounds of yesteryear. - TVRM Welcome to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, the only 'moving museum' and only regularly scheduled, full-sized train ride in Tennessee. This interactive historical experience works to interpret and display railroad…
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