Monthly Archives: September 2017

Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Travel Trends 2018

It may seem premature to talk about what will be big in the world of travel in 2018, but if you are working with a large group, a student group, a graduating class, or just simply like to plan ahead (which is always better when it comes to travel), this list of Top 8 Travel Trends…
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Serenity Live: Spy Museum

While in Washington D.C you have to take your group to one of the most thrilling, entertaining, and secretive museums there is, The International Spy Museum. While here you will see the most comprehensive collection of espionage artifacts and gear, plus an extensive history of the invisible world itself. Your group can learn about the biggest…
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Gettysbike Tours

Gettysbike Tours Take an exciting cycling journey across the historic Gettysburg Battlefield with Gettsbike Tours, the 'best way to experience all of the history and beauty Gettysburg has to offer'. Open seasonally from mid-March to mid-November, this unique tour company offers several different tour options, each one giving insight on specific aspects of the battle, the…
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SegTours LLC

SegTours LLC See the historic sites of the infamous Gettysburg Battlefield via the fun, easy, and fast personal transportation tour company, SegTours LLC. Segway Tours (and Rides) of Gettysburg is the 'perfect way to see the Gettysburg Battlefield', a way to truly experience history. The Segways, or personal transporters, are environmentally friendly, easy to learn,…
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Eisenhower National Historic Site

Eisenhower National Historic Site The Eisenhower National Historic Site is the former weekend retreat of President and General Eisenhower, as well as a regularly used meeting place for world leaders of the time. The entire property consists of several acres of cropland, historic barns, and peaceful Angus-grazed pastures, not to mention the elegant house itself…
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National Military Park Museum and Visitors Center

Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitors Center [caption id="attachment_24373" align="alignright" width="425"] Gettysburg Cyclorama Credit Visitor Center[/caption] When visiting the Gettysburg National Military Park, this should most certainly be your first stop. The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, off Baltimore Pike, provides guests with a museum experience covering the American Civil War,…
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Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum

Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum A popular local museum with plenty of entertaining and educational interactive exhibits, The Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum is a must-see for your group while in town. This museum is dedicated to the Battle of Gettysburg, providing special group programs, tours, and engaging educational programs complete with bonus learning resources and activities.…
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Fields of Adventure

Fields of Adventure [caption id="attachment_24367" align="alignright" width="425"] Pumpkin Patch[/caption] From high-flying zip line thrills to dizzying corn maze drills, Fields of Adventure is the place to be during the fall in Pennsylvania. While open in-season (September 2nd to November 5th), your group can participate in over 20 fall farm adventures, with highly anticipated annually changing…
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8 Fun Tours in St. Louis for Students

Equal parts baseball, history, and really good food, St.Louis is a riverside city certainly worth exploring! Student groups heading to the Gateway to the West will have seemingly endless options for recreation and education while here, but when it comes to having the most fun possible while looking around, these are the tour opportunities you…
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Gettysburg Museum of History

Gettysburg Museum of History With over 4,000 historic artifacts representing various American wars, this private and free museum makes for an excellent educational stop while in Gettysburg for any age group or interest level! The Gettysburg Museum of History provides guests with exhibits, artifacts, and educational gifts and artifacts, the exhibits including subjects such as American Civil…
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