As the only museum of its kind, the American Museum of Tort Law provides groups with a unique experience as they explore the evolution of tort law - the law of wrongful injury - through a timeline featuring photographs, displays, engravings and more. CONNECTICUT
Stone Mountain Park's plantation programs are set among a collection of historically restored authentic buildings relocated from around the state, which date from the late 1700s through the turn of the 20th century and include interactive demonstrations with artifacts that groups can observe and touch. GEORGIA
School shows at The Genesee Theatre include The Magic of the Nutcracker, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and more. Inquire about financial assistance for field trip transportation. CHICAGO-METRO
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 (11 mile, 55 minutes roundtrip) or Bartlett (16 miles, 1¾ hours roundtrip). NEW HAMPSHIRE
Shows for the 2015-2016 season at George Street Playhouse include New Kid, Gabi Goes Green!, and Austin the Unstoppable. Post-play workshops follow each performance to allow discussion about the themes in the plays. NEW JERSEY
Chimney Rock State Park isn't just a park, it’s a 996-acre living classroom. Groups will enjoy the Park’s trails where they’ll find resident and migrant birds, wildflowers, indigenous plants and hardwood trees.
Groups will enjoy hands-on learning and making observations in Discovery Lessons, a series of interactive experiences that focus on topics such as evolution, fossil forensics, and more. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Groups can enjoy a variety of recreational outdoor activities at Friendship Outdoor Recreation Center such as team building through our challenge course, archery, canoeing, mountain boarding, and more. Friendship Outdoor Recreation Center offers space for church retreats, fraternity/sorority retreats, girl scout retreats, family gatherings, and other themed retreats. VIRGINIA
Through interactive exhibits with state-of-the-art audiovisual effects, film, and hands-on components, the International Spy Museum traces the evolution of espionage through the people who practiced the profession and provides a context for students to interpret the role intelligence plays in current events.
Science meets theater at The Elektra Theatre in Times Square when Rutgers University physics demonstrator David Maiullo takes the stage to conduct a series of physics experiments during That Physics Show. Experiments feature motion, momentum, vacuum, friction, energy, temperature, density, fluid motion, sound waves, light waves, sound vibration, and more. NEW YORK CITY
On Student Day at the Georgia Renaissance Festival, workshops and classes aim to teach groups about renaissance battle weapons, language and mannerisms, musical instruments, superstitions, and foods, as well as Leonardo Da Vinci’s works and Henry VIII. GEORGIA
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