Educational Travel

One of the most powerful ways for students to learn is experientially. The ability for students to travel and experience art, history, science, nature, music, government and more allows them the opportunity to make learning connections that will stay with them for a lifetime. We urge our school districts and independent schools to find the funding and make the time to provide this very important learning channel.


Student Tours at Biltmore

George and Edith Vanderbilt took a personal interest in helping their community become more self-sufficient. They believed that education provided a means for people to improve not only their own lives, but the lives of their children as well. ... More >>

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The Annual Carolina Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace

Time travel to the greatest party since Camelot! Enjoy an outdoor autumn stroll through the Village of Fairhaven where history comes alive with non-stop, day-long, immersive and interactive entertainments! The open air Artisan Market is filled with ... More >>

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Refreshing New Educational Group Offerings at World of Coca-Cola

A trip to Atlanta just wouldn’t be complete without visiting World of Coca-Cola. Where else can you stroll through over 135 years of history, join an exploration in a 3-D movie, get closer than ever before to the secret formula for Coca-Cola, discov... More >>

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The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa

With miles of pristine white-sand beaches and Spanish-moss draped live oaks, world-class golf, a thriving culinary scene, and that famous southern hospitality, it’s no wonder Hilton Head Island has been named “the #1 Island in the Continental U.S.” ... More >>

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum preserves legacy of ‘Mother of Civil Rights Movement’

On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks took a stand by remaining seated on a Montgomery City bus. When asked to relinquish her seat to a white male passenger, she refused and was subsequently arrested. Her courageous act sparked the 382-day boycott of Montgome... More >>

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum preserves Parks’ lasting legacy

On Dec. 1, 1955, the act of one courageous woman sparked a movement that brought change not only to the city of Montgomery, Alabama but throughout the United States. More >>


Morehead Planetarium & Science Center Reimagined The Historic Institution Opening Its Doors After $9.2 Million Renovation

In 1949, Morehead Planetarium opened its doors on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Now Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, the historic institution is celebrating a milestone in a 70-year history—reopening its... More >>


Turn Textbooks into Playbooks with a Field Trip to the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

Immersive Exhibits and Activities Score a touchdown with your students by taking them on a trip to The Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame this school year! Our 45-yard indoor playing field and over 50 state-of-the-art interactive exhib... More >>

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