Monthly Archives: May 2018

Waverly Hills Sanitarium

Waverly Hills Sanitarium Welcome to the iconic Waverly Hills Sanitarium, the historic home of Louisville's own tuberculosis hospital. There is an interesting and long-standing history surrounding this now-spooky building, best explained by the Waverly Hills Historical Society themselves: A strong effort to cure people of TB began in the mid-1800s. Sanatoriums had some success and…
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Kentucky Science Center

Kentucky Science Center If your group is looking for entertainment, education, and excellent exhibits explaining scientific wonders all in one, the Kentucky Science Center is for you! This learning center is Kentucky's largest hands-on science museum, with 3 floors packed with exhibits and an onsite 4 -story movie screen. This center has a long-standing relationship…
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Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay

Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay Welcome to Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay, Louisville's number one place for good ole' fashion Kentucky thrills and spills! The entire park consists of 63 acres filled with roller coasters, thrill rides, kid fun zones, a water park area, and even several gorgeous themed gardens throughout. In its entirety, there are…
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Charleston Stage at the Dock

Charleston Stage at the Dock Welcome to Charleston Stage at the Dock, the Charleston local theater that is often times referred to as 'America's First Theatre'. The theatre group itself was first established in 1809 within the historic French Quarter of downtown Charleston. However, the Dock Street Theater was built in 1736, with its first…
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Serenity Live: Salem Witch Museum

The Salem Witch Museum in Boston presents this tragic and fascinating era of history in a new and illuminating light. Visit the exhibits illustrating how perceptions of witchcraft have evolved over the centuries, marvel at the artifacts and art as the guides expertly lead you through history. Discover the drama and terrible thrill of America’s…
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Sandlapper Tours

Sandlapper Tours Voted the #1 Charleston Harbor Tour company is Sandlapper Tours, a must-do Charleston experience. This tour company operates out of the Charleston Maritime Center near the SC Aquarium and provides guests with various History, Nature, Sunset, Ghost, and Holiday Cruises. Step aboard the 49 person capacity Palmetto and learn all about the city…
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Belle of Louisville

Belle of Louisville The Belle of Louisville is a popular riverside attraction of both historical and entertainment value set within the Louisville Waterfront area, a true can't-miss stop during your trip. The Belle of Louisville, or 'Steamer Belle', is officially the oldest Mississippi River-style Steamboat in operation in America, allowing your group a sort of blast…
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Louisville Waterfront Park

Louisville Waterfront Park Perhaps the biggest public meeting spot and tourist attraction in Louisville overall is the Lousiville Waterfront Park. This 85-acre park is adjacent to the downtown district and sets right on the Ohio River. Some people like to call it the 'front door to Kentucky'. Water features, playgrounds, green space, picnic spots, and even an…
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Old Louisville

Old Louisville Holding the title of the largest continuous collection of Victorian Mansions in the United States, Historic Old Louisville is a must-see during your group's visit. Considered to be both the 'city's urban jewel' and 'exceptional heritage tourism destination', Old Louisville will provide your group with over 45 square blocks of interactive history. 19th-century architecture…
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How to Fly with Band Equipment: Marching Band Travel Tips

The thought of flying with your middle school, high school, or university marching band can be a bit overwhelming at first, but once you do a bit of research and find out the ins and outs of transporting your instrument via air, it's honestly not too complicated! The main question you have will undoubtedly be…
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