Serenity Live: Old South Meeting House

Built in 1729, the Old South Meeting House was one of the first buildings to be declared a historic site in the U.S,  as it was the location of the meetings that sparked the famous Boston Tea Party movement of 1773. To continue the significance of this building’s history, poet Phillis Wheatley, Samuel Adams, Ben Franklin, and William Dawes called this...
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Edgar Allan Poe’s Baltimore: 10 Spots to See

Edgar Allan Poe called several different places home, but none of them quite seem as true as Baltimore. It was in Baltimore that Poe's great-grandfather set up his home in 1755, and it was in Baltimore that Poe met his wife. He also published a great deal of poetry here, his entire second volume, in 1829, and of course, the place he...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Dr. Seuss Museum

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes....
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Battle of the Beaches: Key West vs Clearwater

Florida is certainly known for its beautiful, bountiful, bustling beaches, from Miami Beach to Siesta Key, South Beach to Naples. However, when we think of Florida Beaches two come to mind first: Key West and Clearwater! Clearwater sits along the Gulf of Mexico and...
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Biggest [and Best] Museums in Baltimore

Baltimore has always been full of culture, history, sports, and special events throughout the year. Home to the Baltimore Ravens, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Maryland Science Center, and many more epitomes of history, it is definitely an amazing place to visit and to help educate the future generations on United States history. If you’re...
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5 Great Field Trip Ideas for 5th Graders

Fifth graders have an insane amount of energy and tend to have troubles sitting still during those big important lessons, but don't worry, getting them to turn their minds on doesn’t need to be a hassle! Field trips are an exciting way to get them involved in their education and are great ways to keep the school...
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AST Shares: NYC Culture Pass

Attention Parents and Teachers of NYC!! There is a new opportunity for you and your kiddos to get access to some of the most educational spots throughout New York City, and it all starts with getting your New York City Public Library card! ...The New York Public Library is making it even easier for New Yorkers to enjoy remarkable destinations with ...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: National Law Enforcement Museum

Get ready for the grand opening of one of the most exciting new museums in Washington D.C, the National Law Enforcement Museum! From night watchmen of the 1600s to contemporary high-tech special investigations, our law enforcement agencies continue to protect and serve our nation with distinction. The National Law Enforcement Museum was developed to tell the history of American law enforcement...
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Your Guide to the Hawaiian Islands

Your Guide to the Hawaiian Islands Here at Adventure Student Travel, we send several student groups to Hawaii each year, be it for a performance trip, educational extended field trip, or a celebratory senior trip. Each time we put together one of these trips we like to do our part in ensuring your group knows all the ins...
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Serenity Live: Granary Burying Ground

Some of America's most notable citizens rest here at Granary Burying Ground, the historic Boston cemetery established in the 1660's. There are over 5000 bodies buried here, though you will only see about 2300 headstones, as some bodies were buried together. Many of these men were an integral part of the American Revolution; you will even find the resting place...
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