The Connecticut River Museum explores the history and environment of the Connecticut River's 410 miles. Explore the galleries to discover dug-out canoes, the first submarine and the 1814 British Raid on Essex or head outside to sail on a historic schooner. CONNECTICUT
Venture through the Touchstone Tunnel and touch iconic touchstones used superstitiously by college football champions. Using the Hall of Fame’s All Access pass, individual students and scouts can customize the experience based on their favorite college football team. ATLANTA-METRO
Historically a popular field trip destination, Wendella hosts hundreds of school groups each year, educating students on Chicago’s architecture and history. Most Wendella vessels feature a climate-controlled main cabin to ensure your group is comfortable throughout the tour. CHICAGO-METRO
Enjoy trips on the Deerfield River in the Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts, the West River in southern Vermont and the Kennebec River in central Maine. Rafters will learn about river systems, hydroelectricity, plant and wildlife during their trip. MAINE
A child friendly restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore offers great menu options, convenient motor coach drop-off, complimentary meals, and are guaranteed to be a hit with any member of your youth group. BALTIMORE-METRO
Southwick’s Zoo exhibits hundreds of animals, such as chimpanzees, lions, giraffes, colorful mandrill monkeys, and many endangered species, including white rhinos. Southwick’s also offers educational and entertaining shows for students. MASSACHUSETTS
Enjoy an old-fashioned railroading experience as you board the train from the 1874 station in North Conway Village and travel in vintage cars over historic tracks to either Conway or Bartlett. NEW HAMPSHIRE
Home to Frogbridge Day Camp, the resort at Frogbridge is an 86-acre natural wonderland with the latest recreational amenities that simply cannot be found elsewhere. Frogbridge combines quality food, the best entertainment and activities to host only the highest standard of school picnics and outings. NEW JERSEY
The National Jazz Museum in Harlem features live performances, exhibits, educational workshops, and programs to help groups find an appreciation for the art of jazz. Past events at the museum include jazz performances by Benny Carter, Solomon Hicks, and many others. NEW YORK CITY
The Beanstalk Journey at Catawba Meadows' course and guides strive to help individuals step out of their comfort zone and overcome their fears, all while promoting a respect for the environment while traveling from treehouse to treehouse through our eco-friendly course. NORTH CAROLINA
Take a 1,600-ft. train ride into the mountain, then walk 600-ft. on a guided tour of the oldest continuously operated Anthracite Coal Mine in the world. View authentic equipment, tunnels and sights you won't find anywhere else, some dating back to 1855. PENNSYLVANIA
Race through the sky and feel the adrenaline at Trinity Forest Adventure Park. Groups will enjoy climbing, ziplining, and exploring the park's 6 courses in 7 wooded acres at The Southern Cross Ranch. TEXAS
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Why do you think some water park rides have height requirements? Predict what percentage of rides have requirements. Students can determine the purpose of ride restrictions by collecting numerical data and representing the data in graphs.......Continue