PORTLAND, Maine — Portland Science Center, a New England venue that presents educational displays, is where students can explore 15,000 square feet of renovated exhibition space.
DUBUQUE, Iowa — Begin an Iowa adventure at the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium to learn about the mighty river’s significance.
FORT RUCKER, Ala. — Army aviation traces its origins back to the American Civil War. See the army’s development and use of helicopters and airplanes at the United States Army Aviation Museum.
HOLDERNESS, N.H. — Learn about the Granite State’s ecology among the 232 acres of fields, forests and wetlands at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center.
CAMDEN, N.J. — A haven for student groups, Adventure Aquarium is home to 8,500 animals awaiting their arrival, including the largest collection of sharks on the East Coast.
OTTER LAKE, Québec — A trip through Québec wouldn’t be complete without experiencing some of Canada’s beloved sports with Escapade Eskimo: dog sledding and snowshoeing.
CHICAGO — With Omnimax films, tours and more than 20 permanent and traveling exhibits, the Museum of Science and Industry transforms lives with the power of science education.
TOPEKA, Kansas — The Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site allows students to more fully understand how the ruling served as a major civil rights catalyst.
JACKSON, Miss. — Whether students favor fur, feathers, scales or bugs, they will be awe-struck while exploring among more than 250 species of animals at The Jackson Zoo.
TORONTO — Three Mirvish theaters are open for tours, including the recently refurbished beaux-arts Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Princess of Wales Theatre and the Ed Mirvish Theatre.