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With so many great destinations to choose from, you may find it difficult to narrow it down to one! That’s where we come in. Here are our most popular destinations, but there are many more to select from. Please contact us for more choices!

/Chicago, IL
Attractions around every corner. Incredible architecture and historic sites. Special events. That’s why Chicago is the top destination in the Midwest.
/Orlando, FL
There is a reason why Orlando is the most visited city in the United States. Orlando offers unique experiences for a perfect itinerary.
Give your students’ talent a broader audience at any of the many festivals throughout the country.
International travel gives students cultural competency, confidence in themselves and unforgettable experiences.
/Atlanta, GA
CNN Tour • Georgia Aquarium • High Museum of Art • Martin Luther King Center for Non-Violent Social Change • Stone Mountain Park • World of Coca Cola
/Boston, MA
Boston Duck Tour • Boston Symphony Orchestra • Colonial Lantern Tour • JFK Presidential Library & Museum • Mayflower II • New England Aquarium
/Cleveland, OH
Cedar Point • Cleveland Museum of Art • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo & Rainforest • Great Lakes Science Center • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
/Nashville, TN
Belle Meade Plantation • Country Music Hall of Fame • Grand Ole Opry • Nashville Symphony Orchestra • The Hermitage • Parthenon • Ryman Auditorium
/New York, NY
Broadway Classroom • Carnegie Hall Tours • Empire State Building • Intrepid Sea-Air Museum • Lincoln Center Tours • Radio City Music Hall • Statue Cruises
/San Antonio, TX
Alamo • Ghosts & Legends Walking Tour • Natural Bridge Caverns • Ranch Day • Rio San Antonio Cruises • Sea World of Texas • Six Flags Fiesta Texas
/St. Louis, MO
City Museum • Meramec Caverns • Gateway Arch • Six Flags St. Louis • St. Louis Science Center • St. Louis Symphony
/Toronto, ON. CANADA
Casa Loma Castle • CN Tower • Hockey Hall of Fame • Ontario Science Centre • Paramount Canada's Wonderland • Rogers Center • Royal Ontario Museum
/Washington, D.C.
Arlington National Cemetery • Holocaust Memorial Museum • International Spy Museum • Mount Vernon • Newseum • National Archives • Smithsonian Museums