NEW YORK, N.Y. — Dozens of vintage and contemporary pinball machines line the walls of Modern Pinball NYC in Kips Bay Manhattan.
WASHINGTON — Located just steps from the National Mall and U.S. Capitol, Museum of the Bible is a new museum that uses cutting-edge technology to bring the Bible to life.
ERIE, Pa. — Students can rewind time and travel back to the War of 1812 at the Erie Maritime Museum.
RICHMOND, Va. — Students can explore writer Edgar Allan Poe’s life, his contribution to world literature and his famous works through artifacts and guided tours.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — The museum offers hands-on tours for students to examine specimens or artifacts.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Students can get up close to dinosaurs at COSI, the Center of Science and Industry in Columbus, thanks to a partnership with the American Museum of Natural History.
JACKSON, Mich. — At Jackson Candy & Fudge Factory, student groups will get the chance to observe treats being made in the open kitchen and participate in hands-on-activities.
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.