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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Hello educational travelers! One of our guest writers, Jeff, is back with another educational blog post for you. You can read it below and let us know what you think in the comment section! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. will be fascinated by visiting the only museum dedicated to the most iconic magazine of the […]

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Hello educational travelers! Jeff is back for you today with another wonderful Washington, D.C. post. Enjoy! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. are encouraged to stop at the National Building Museum, located at 401 F. Street NW. Historically known as the Pension Building, the museum is dedicated to the study of architecture, design, engineering, construction, and urban […]

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Hello educational travelers! Enjoy this new blog post from Jeff! Educational student tours to Washington, D.C. require a stop at the National Archives Museum, located on Constitution Avenue between 7th and 9th streets, NW. The National Archives and Records Administration is an independent federal agency that preserves and shares the public records that trace the […]

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Hello educational travelers! I hope everyone is having a wonderful Friday and looking forward to this holiday weekend. Jeff  is back with another post that’s perfect for this Easter. Enjoy! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. should look forward to November of this year when the Museum of the Bible will open to the public. Located […]

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Hello educational travelers! Jeff is back with another wonderful post about a place you may not be familiar with. Read on to see what it is. Educational tours to Washington, D.C. make a mistake if they miss stopping by the national historic site at 1318 Vermont Avenue in northwest Washington. Located there is the Mary […]

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