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Best Destinations for 9th Grade Adventure

The first year of high school is often the hardest, socially and academically, as the change of pace from middle school is sometimes difficult to accept. Field trips, however, should not fall off the face of the curriculum map just because the students have moved into high school. Educational adventures are an excellent way to…
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All About Educational Tours in San Antonio

San Antonio is perhaps the most visited Texas city full of history and culture. Guided tours of the city make for incredible learning adventures, with a helpful guide at the helm and beautiful sites before your eyes. So when you're looking for an educational journey, look no further than these amazing guided tours! San Antonio:…
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Washington, D.C. Field Trip Ideas

Field trip destinations may depend on the age of the students but one thing you can be certain of, Washington, D.C. has perfect attractions for them all. You could, if you had the time, cover every single subject in school with your field trip to D.C. with the number and diversity of educational attractions available.…
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Educational Trips: American Literature

We've had a couple of other blogs on the significance of American literary attractions, from Hemingway's home in Key West to Mark Twain's birthplace in Missouri, but none that fully captures the attractiveness of such places. Literature is a beautiful thing, and Americans have proven themselves equal to the prowess of the more practiced English…
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All About the Met

Everyone knows what The Met is. The largest art museum in the United States, it is also ranked fourth on the list of the most visited museums in the entire world, regardless of topic. Without question, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the top educational, artistic, and historical destination in New York City for everyone, not…
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Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Museum of Fine Arts Boston [caption id="attachment_39585" align="alignright" width="425"] Museum of Fine Arts Credit GBCVB[/caption] One of the largest museums in the United States, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston is home to over 450,000 works of art, sculptures, photographs, and more. Stop by with your travel group and explore galleries featuring world-renowned artists such…
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Bishop Arts District

Bishop Arts District An independent entertainment district in a historic neighborhood, Dallas’ Bishop Arts District is the perfect destination for any group. Groups of all ages can enjoy the shopping, dining, and artistic opportunities offered in the Bishop Arts District with its small-town feel, young artsy vibe, community events, and friendly environment. With over 60…
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Smithsonian American Art Museum

Smithsonian American Art Museum [caption id="attachment_38937" align="alignright" width="425"] Smithsonian American Art Museum exterior courtesy of washington.org[/caption] Holding the historic distinction of being the country's first collection of American art, the Smithsonian's American Art Museum remains a world leader for encapsulating the spirit of American culture through artistic creations. From Early America to modern-day artists, the…
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art [caption id="attachment_32494" align="alignright" width="300"] The Metropolitan Museum of Art Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Commonly known as The Met, the Metropolitan Museum of Art was founded in 1870 by a group of Americans after an inspiring trip to Paris. It was decided that the United States needed a national institution and artistic…
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