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National Air and Space Museum delivers robust online resources

National Air and Space Museum
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum facilities are temporarily closed as a public health precaution. But thanks to the internet, the museum continues...

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...

Lincoln’s Indiana boyhood home inspires youth

Lincoln boyhood
Youth groups can explore sites dedicated to Abraham Lincoln’s 14 years in Indiana in Spencer County. Although Lincoln was born in Kentucky and established...

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...

Monticello shares Thomas Jefferson’s legacy

Monticello
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...

Reach new heights at One World Observatory

One World Observatory view
A student trip to Lower Manhattan is elevated, literally, with a stop at One World Observatory, which is positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere: One World Trade Center.

Tour Spanish and British colonial history at Colonial Quarter

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,...

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...

Connect virtually with The Cleveland Orchestra

Cleveland Orchestra
Like cultural organizations around the world, The Cleveland Orchestra has adjusted its programming because of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s uncertain when students will be able...