Happy Monday educational travelers! Jeff is back to start the week off with an intriguing Washington, D.C. museum. Enjoy! An educational trip to Washington, D.C. is fascinating, fun, and informative. It can also be full of intrigue, danger, and excitement if you include a visit to the International Spy Museum located at 800 F Street […]

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Hello educational travelers! Welcome back to another exciting week in the world of student travel blogging. To kick things off this week, Jeff, one of our guest writers, is back with a fun little post on a museum many may not have known existed. Enjoy! Nestled within the 1200W wing of the United States Department […]

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Hello educational travelers! I’m back with another exciting post from my brother about the museums that comprise the Smithsonian Institute. Enjoy! The Smithsonian family of museums offers unique and interesting educational opportunities for students and teachers visiting Washington, D.C. All you have to do is settle on what exactly you want to see. Eager to […]

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Happy Friday educational travelers! I hope you haven’t been pranked too much on this April Fool’s Day. For today’s photo, one of our student tours currently overseas was in London and enjoyed a nice ride on the London Eye. Positioned on the South Bank of the River Thames, the London Eye offers spectacular views of […]

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Hello educational travelers! From all of us here at EA Tours, we’d like to wish you a very Happy ┬áSt. Patrick’s Day! To get in the Irish spirit, how about trying your hand at some homemade Irish soda bread? Get the recipe here. Have a very lucky day, The Staff at EA Tours.  

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Hello educational travelers! Kate here, and I’m excited to be bringing you a fresh new blog post from my brother on a great little city in the south of France. Enjoy! Nice, France might not be the most obvious of choices for an educational tour, but this maritime city is a gateway to exploring the […]

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Hello educational travelers and Happy Monday! To kick things off this week, Jeff is sharing with you a lovely post on the beautiful Hillwood Estate. Enjoy! An educational trip to Washington, D.C. may venture just five miles north of the White House to see the Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens. Nestled in the rolling, forested […]

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Hello educational travelers! Enjoy today’s post about the very interesting Heurich House written by one of our guest writers, Jeff. Educational tours to Washington, D.C. can be wonderfully enhanced by visiting the Heurich House Museum located at 1307 New Hampshire Avenue NW. Complimentary tours are offered to students and teachers at the elementary, secondary, and […]

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Greetings educational travelers and happy Friday! One of the great joys about visiting Scotland on an EA student tour is getting the chance to explore its magnificent and often times breathtaking castles and/or palaces. On my recent jaunt across the pond, I hopped in the rental car with my family ready to set out, see, […]

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Hello educational travelers! For today’s blog post, Jeff is back discussing the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site. Enjoy! Any educational trip to Washington, D.C. would be well spent by visiting Cedar Hill where Frederick Douglass spent the final eighteen years of his life. The visitor center and free parking lot are at the intersection of […]

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