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.


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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Field Trips

Field trips are a wonderful opportunity for experience and exposure that simply can’t be gained within a classroom. Whether to a park, a zoo, a museum or another destination, field trips are an exciting chance to get the kids out of their usual elem... More >>

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The Cook Museum of Natural Science Education Department

Are you looking for the perfect place to take your students this fall? The Cook Museum of Natural Science has developed an education department to teach children and adults alike about the natural world around us. Our mission is to have people reali... More >>

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Learn Aboard a Piece of History Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

There is no better place to experience STEM than inside the hull of an engineering marvel, all 888 feet and 30,000 tons of it. Commissioned during WWII in 1943, the USS Yorktown sits in Charleston Harbor and is a part of Patriots Point Naval & Marit... More >>

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum

At the end of her workday on Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks, a seamstress at a downtown department store, boarded a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus for her ride home. More >>

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Amusement Parks: How to Have Tons of Fun Safely

Every child, and every child at heart, knows there is a certain magic about an amusement park. It’s more than just the rides and food – it’s a feeling of freedom and fun rolled into one. With the spring and summer seasons, people flock to amusement ... More >>

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Henricus Historical Park Re-creating the World of 17th Century Virginia’s Powhatan People and the English Colonials

The colonial Virginia-era “Citie” of Henricus began as a military fort in the early fall of 1611 when 300 men and boys sailed 80 miles upriver from the first permanent English colony of Jamestown, debarking at a site high above the James River.   More >>



Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay is a 63-acre theme park in Louisville, Kentucky with more than 70 rides and attractions, including five thrilling roller coasters, lots of thrill rides and family classics, and a large selection of children’s rides... More >>


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