Hey travelers! If you’re planning on booking an educational student tour to sunny Los Angeles, you’ll not be disappointed by the vast amount of educational activities and museums that await you! I had the pleasure of visiting the exhibition on Pompeii yesterday at the California Science Center, which also happens to house the space shuttle […]

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Hello! Forgive me for getting this post up a little later than I had originally planned. If you saw my previous Photo Friday, then you’d know that today I’m going to be sharing with you a little more history on the National Gallery of Ancient Art. Just a short distance from Piazza Barberini, the National Gallery […]

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Once a former royal palace and a prison during the French Revolution, the Conciergerie lies within close distance of Notre Dame Cathedral on the River Seine. Its charming façade is something of a fairytale, but hides the irony that it was at one time the most feared prison during the Reign of Terror. More on […]

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Drawing a flood of visitors every day to its palatial grounds, Versailles hardly needs an introduction. Here at EA Tours, we allow our teachers to custom-design the educational trip of their dreams for them and their students. Out of all the countries in the world, France is among the top destinations to visit on an […]

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Happy Monday readers! I hope you had a wonderful weekend and a fantastic start to the week. In my previous post, I shared with you a photo of the Château de Fontainebleau outside of Paris, France. For today, I’d like to give you a little more insight into why this museum is such a historical […]

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Hi readers and welcome back to the educational travel blog for EA Tours! For those reading in the U.S., I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and a good start to the holiday season. A few weeks back I featured a brief post on the Armory museum housed in the L’Hôtel Des Invalides in Paris, […]

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Welcome back to EA Tours’ educational travel blog! On Friday, I briefly talked about a great little museum for that day’s photo. For today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you some more information on this museum and why it’s a good place to stop at on any educational tour to the Big Easy. Established in […]

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Happy Monday readers! Welcome back to another exciting post in our educational series showcasing some of the world’s best museums. Today, I’ll be sharing with you in greater detail the wonderful Hollywood Museum which I hinted at in our latest Photo Friday post which can be found here. Housed in the historic Max Factor building, […]

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Hi everyone and welcome back to our second Museum Monday post! For those in the United States, I hope you had a relaxing 4th of July and are ready  for the week. In case you missed the first post of this ongoing educational series, on the Louvre, check it out here. I want to highlight […]

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Hi everyone! I hope you all are having a fantastic Monday! Starting today, and every Monday, I will be featuring a new ongoing educational series that highlights museums around the world. My goal is for these posts to help students, teachers, and parents become more knowledgeable about where the world’s finest masterpieces are housed. I […]

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