Happy Friday educational travelers! I hope you enjoy reading today’s educational blog post. Beautiful and historic Saint Augustine, Florida is the oldest continuously occupied European established settlement in the continental United States. It is also the home of the Castillo de San Marcos, a 333 year old military fortress built to defend Spain’s claims in […]

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Hello educational travelers and welcome back! Today’s educational blog post is all about the Tampa Bay Aquarium so I hope you enjoy! The Tampa Bay Aquarium, established in 1995, offers educational tours a glimpse of the 20,000 aquatic plants and animals from Florida as well as the world. The not-for-profit organization built it’s name and reputation in […]

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Welcome back to the Tour Director travelers! We hope you had a great weekend, and are looking forward to reading our new blogs this week. Jeff starts things off for us, so enjoy! A visit to the Tampa Bay region and all it’s many attractions include some diverse history and culture tours. An educational tour to the […]

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Happy Friday fellow travelers! Jeff finishes the week off for us with a glimpse into what the National Geographic Museum has in store for its visitors. Educational tours to Washington, D.C.will be fascinated by visiting the only museum dedicated to the most iconic magazine of the twentieth century, National Geographic. Located at 1145 17th Street, […]

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Hello educational travelers! Enjoy today’s educational blog from guest writer Jeff! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. often visit Ford’s Theatre where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on Good Friday in 1865. Right across the street from Ford’s Theatre is Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, the twelfth Madame Tussaud’s venue worldwide. It opened […]

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Hello educational travelers and happy Monday! We welcome Jeff back to start the week off for us with a fun post. Enjoy! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. don’t often visit the National Bonsai and Penjing Museum, also known as the United States National Arboretum. The museum is located at 3501 New York Avenue, NE. It […]

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Hello educational travelers! Jeff is back to finish up the week with another fabulous and educational blog post. Enjoy! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. will enjoy a slight diversion from the usually seen sites by stopping at the National Museum of American Jewish Military History. It is located at 1811 R Street and was chartered […]

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Hello educational travelers! Jeff is back again to share with you another wonderful museum. Enjoy! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. can take a patriotic trip down Memory Lane at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy. Located at the Washington Navy Yard, 805 Kidder Breese Street SE, the museum was established in 1961 under the […]

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Hello educational travelers! Jeff is back to start the week off with another exciting educational post. Enjoy! Middle school trips to Washington, D.C. can be fun and educationally rewarding for both girls and boys with a stop at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, located at 1250 New York Avenue NW. Founded in […]

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Hello educational travelers! Not too long ago, I shared with y’all that I ventured back to China with my family over the holidays last year to do some more exploring. You can read more about that here. In continuing with our posts on why China is such a great place for educational tours, I wanted […]

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