FALL CREEK, Wis. — Beaver Creek Reserve in northwest Wisconsin works to connect people with nature.
MINNEAPOLIS — Mill City Museum shares the story how Minneapolis, Minnesota, became known as the “Flour Milling Capital of the World.”
SEATTLE — At Pacific Science Center, students explore health and wellness, environmental and earth science, physical science and engineering, and living science.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Bringing together stories of all people related to the American West, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is America’s premier institution of Western history, art and culture.
NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — Familiarize students with sea life from the Narragansett Bay and Atlantic Ocean at the Biomes Marine Biology Center in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
With a passion to teach youth the value of memories, Group Travel Videos creates storytelling keepsake videos made from pictures taken by travelers during student trips.
BOSTON, Mass. — Get ready for a day of exploration. From animals to energy and a journey through the human body, Museum of Science, Boston offers fun for student groups.
TORONTO — Now showing at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Amazon Adventure traces the 11-year Amazon rainforest expedition of naturalist, explorer and scientist Henry Walter Bates.
ONTARIO — Located only steps from the set of eight Ottawa Locks on the Rideau Canal, the Bytown Museum in Ottawa, Ontario, is housed in the oldest stone building in the capital.
AUSTELL, Ga. — Expected to debut this spring, Twisted Cyclone is the newest coaster at Six Flags Over Georgia and a shining example of innovation.