We can help plan an unforgettable customized tour of DC! Options include the nation’s most treasured monuments and memorials including the National Mall, Washington Monument, White House and Lincoln Memorial. Other top picks include Newseum, Spy Museum and the Holocaust Museum.
NYC offers a multitude of attractions, museums, Broadway shows and more. Students will experience educational opportunities such as workshops, classes, private tours and visits to the top attractions including the Empire State Building, Intrepid Sea-Air Museum, Radio City Music Hall and more.
The “Theme Park Capital of the World” offers education and fun for all. Bands, choirs, orchestras and dancers can showcase their talents at Walt Disney WorldTM and Universal OrlandoTM parks. There are dozens of attractions and performance opportunities to choose from in Orlando!
The Windy City offers students a wide variety of museums, attractions, architecture, shopping and entertainment! Top picks include the Skydeck, 360 Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, Field Museum, Art Institute, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium and Lincoln Park Zoo.
Whether it’s learning about music, evaluating art, or exploring history, your student group will find many ways to enjoy Nashville. Top attractions include the Belle Meade Plantation, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole Opry, the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, The Hermitage and the Ryman Auditorium.
International travel gives students cultural competency, confidence in themselves and unforgettable experiences.
The capital of Georgia, Atlanta attracts many touring Broadway acts, concerts, shows and exhibitions catering to a variety of interests. It’s here students will find notable museums, historic sites and more!
Known as the “Cradle of Liberty,” Boston is world-renowned for its history and heritage. When visiting, students will experience fascinating culture, diversity, arts and history. With its amazing blend of modern city life combined with a proudly preserved history, there’s something for everyone to explore.
Looking for a place where science, technology, engineering and math all come alive? What about a museum devoted to the celebration and preservation of rock & roll music? It all happens in Cleveland.
The second largest city in Texas, San Antonio has culture, great attractions and incredible educational and performance opportunities! With its beautiful blend of Mexican and American history, it’s easy to see why San Antonio is a popular destination for students.
From the world’s tallest arch and man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere to a top-five science center and 400-million-year-old caverns and more, St. Louis and neighboring Branson have what students seek!
Considered by many to be the most multi-culturally diverse city on the planet, Toronto offers students a truly unique international experience—without traveling abroad. From museums, professional sports, Broadway theatre and more, Toronto has much to offer student groups!
Home to unparalleled heritage, vibrant cultural and performing arts, great outdoor adventures and more, Virginia is a favorite choice for traveling educators and their students! The state is known as the gateway to the south and is covered by the Allegheny and Blue Ridge mountains—with the great Shenandoah Valley falling in between—and boasts an Atlantic Ocean coastline. Virginia is also home to more U.S. presidents than any other state!
Home to the longest freshwater coastline in the country and 11,000 inland lakes, Michigan’s beauty is easy to see. The Mitten State is a hub for top-notch cultural institutions like the Detroit Institute of Arts, Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculptue Park, the Motown Museum and more.
Sunny Southern California is an ideal destination for traveling educators and their student groups. Whether it’s enjoying the thrills of Disneyland Park in Anaheim, performing at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles, seeing wildlife up close and personal at the San Diego Zoo or otherwise, this area has it all.
Home to the largest contiguous urban Arts District in the U.S., Dallas/Fort Worth offers plenty of opportunities for students and educators to lean into its uniquely Western heritage. It’s here that students could take to the historic Stock Yards of nearby Fort Worth, peruse the galleries of the Dallas Museum of Art, learn some cowboy history at the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, ride some coasters after performing at Six Flags Over Texas and more!
An archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, Puerto Rico is home to an overwhelming abundance of natural beauty and a vibrant culture that’s charismatic, hospitable and passionate. An ideal destination for Spanish classes, history and music performance groups, Puerto Rico is an immersive destination your students will be talking about for years to come.