PITTSBURGH — Carnegie Science Center inspires and entertains by connecting science and technology with everyday life through more than 200 educational exhibits.
WICHITA, Kansas — A cultural center and museum, Mid-America All-Indian Center offers student visitors engaging, hands-on learning experiences in the heart of America.
AUGUSTA, Ga — With Petersburg Boat Tours on the Augusta Canal, student groups can choose from either a history or science tour, or a combination of both.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Lost River Cave hosts student groups throughout the year for excursions, including nature hikes, hands-on scientific experiments and team-building adventures.
CINCINNATI — Discover the once-secret journey of those who helped slaves find their way to freedom. With more than 100,000 visitors annually, the center serves to inspire modern abolition.
BALTIMORE — The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House was the home and workplace of Mary Pickersgill, the flag maker credited with sewing the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the national anthem.
NIAGARA, Ontario — Discover the life cycle and beauty of one of Mother Nature’s most mystifying creatures while visiting the expansive Niagara Parks Nature and Gardens.
DENVER — Go under the sea with a visit to Downtown Aquarium, where more than 1 million gallons of underwater exhibits give students a glimpse into seldom-seen ecosystems from around the world.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The National Baseball Hall of Fame celebrates the stats, scores and stellar careers of legends, as well as baseball’s development against the backdrop of American history.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — Less than an hour’s drive south of the Creation Museum, the first phase of America’s newest major theme park, Ark Encounter, opened last year. Its centerpiece? A full-size Noah’s Ark.