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Jamestown Settlement welcomes long-awaited special exhibition

FOCUS exhibition photo
Header photo information: In 1919, Pamunkey Indian couple Nannie and Paul Miles, along with an unidentified child and Union Ottaway Collins holding a dog,...

Aerospace experiences for students at Mobile educational center

The hands-on aerospace education center Flight Works Alabama was developed through a partnership between the multinational European aerospace corporation Airbus and the State of...

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum offers new virtual ‘Tea...

Boston Tea Party Ships
BOSTON — This November and December, The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, a floating museum dedicated to accurately reliving and representing a key...

The Mob Museum shares organized crime’s impact on the world

 Students can explore four floors of exhibits focused on the culture and history of mobs, crime and law enforcement at The Mob Museum, the...

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum looks to engage students with upcoming...

It was only in late July that the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum (USOPM) opened to the public, yet the new Colorado Springs attraction...

Step into alternate worlds: augmented, virtual reality and high-tech experiences engage...

Young visitors to museums and cultural attractions love interactive exhibits. They have been around for a while, but in recent years augmented reality (AR)...

Discover 400 years of Pacific maritime history

The world’s oldest active sailing ship, Star of India, can be visited at the Maritime Museum of San Diego — also home to historic...

Students become inventors at Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention

The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention kept learning going throughout the COVID-19 pandemic; the Gainesville, Florida, museum offered — and still is offering...

Celebrate literacy at the American Writers Museum

In 1966, UNESCO declared Sept. 8 as International Literacy Day — a day celebrating worldwide achievements in literacy while also highlighting literacy as a...

Ignite students’ passion for nature at Fernbank Museum

Editor’s Note: During this period of social distancing, Student Group Tour magazine will continue to provide ideas for planning educational travel. Many attractions and destinations...