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Join ‘Four Hours of Fun’ at Fort Worth Stockyards

Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District
Quanah Parker, Bill Pickett and Jesse Chisholm are a few characters whose stories will come to life at the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District in...

5 Stops: Chicago

Chicago skyline
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...

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,...

Hands-on history: Students discover the past through immersive learning

hands-on history historic
Editor's Note: During this period of social distancing, Student Group Tour magazine will continue to provide ideas for planning educational travel. While many attractions...

Wisconsin resort will welcome new zip line course to its aerial...

On Memorial Day Weekend, Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, will open the longest head-first racing zip line course in the nation and...

Van Gogh’s paint strokes come to life at THE LUME Indianapolis

The LUME Indianapolis
By Erica Zazo THE LUME Indianapolis’ Van Gogh exhibit breaks every traditional stereotype of an art gallery and museum.  The brand-new exhibition at the 152-acre cultural...

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...

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre offers more than dinner and a show

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
When students visit Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, they’re treated to Broadway-style productions, award-winning food and exceptional service. Now in its 33rd year, the theater...

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)...

Detroit Zoo builds appreciation for animals, nature

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...