Welcome to another edition of Museum Monday travelers! For today’s post, Jeff is sharing with you the newest museum to open its doors in our nation’s capital. I hope you enjoy! An educational trip to Washington, D.C. by necessity includes at least a day of walking through the many wonderful museums of the Smithsonian Institute. […]

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Hello educational travelers and Happy Wednesday! You’ve made it to the middle of the week and the weekend is finally within sight; so hang in there! As I was thinking about what kind of educational travel blog post I wanted to share with y’all today, it occurred to me that part of the student travel […]

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From all of us here at EA Tours we’d like to take a moment and wish all of our students, teachers, and parents a Happy Labor Day! As the summer winds down and schools return to session, we hope everyone enjoys the long holiday weekend that serves as the unofficial end to summer. And as […]

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Greetings educational travelers! Please excuse the lack of educational travel blog posts these past few weeks. I’ve been out of the office visiting my brother in sunny California. However, things are about to change. As the dog days of summer begin to wind down, things here at The Tour Director will be heating up with […]

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The Colosseum in Rome, Italy is looking pretty splendid right about now! If you’ve traveled to this popular educational attraction on a student tour recently then you’re probably aware that it’s been getting a bit of a makeover and TLC that it’s so direly needed. Five years ago, Diego Della Valle, CEO of the luxury fashion […]

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Hello educational travelers and welcome back to the Tour Director blog! I hope everyone had a nice and relaxing weekend. As I’m sure many of you are aware, student tour season is in high gear. Here at EA Tours, we are busy than can be with making sure everything is running smoothly and all of […]

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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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