Coming in the spring of 2020 to the Downtown area of Monroe, NC is a newly renovated historic theater and science center for children. With something new to enjoy and explore in the community The Monroe Tourism Development Authority hopes to strengthen the quality of life in the area.
For over 70 years school children from all over the Southeast have come to the North Carolina mountains in the area around Boone and Blowing Rock to experience an eclectic mix of attractions that bring out the true flavor of Appalachia.
Currituck, North Carolina offers amazing learning opportunities for your next field trip. Visit all of these historic attractions in the area and learn the history of the area.
Make plans now to bring your class to Halifax County, North Carolina. Spend the day touring sites that will encourage your students to, “Get Wild & Go Wild”! Don’t worry they will be very well behaved as they absorb all the interesting science and math education while having fun.
It’s rare to hear about the opening of a new fort, but September 21 marks the opening of Fort Dobbs, a reconstructed full-size replica of a fort first built 260 years ago to protect the western frontier of North Carolina.
An abandoned building at 316 East Franklin Street that was originally built as a grocery store is being transformed into the new Monroe Science Center.
Grandfather Mountain offers students the chance to take their love of nature to new heights through its Field Trip Scholarship program and is now accepting applications for grants to help finance school field trips next spring to Grandfather Mountain.
In 1769, Joel Lane decided to build his family home on rural farmland in an area that would become Wake County. Today, 250 years later, Joel Lane’s house still stands and is now in the heart of downtown Raleigh.
The Aquariums were established in 1976 to promote an awareness, understanding, appreciation and conservation of the diverse natural and cultural resources of North Carolina's ocean, estuaries, rivers, streams and other aquatic environments. Visit one today.
Crystal Coast Lady Cruises, the largest cruising vessels in Beaufort, Harkers Island, and New Bern, offering enclosed and open air seating, kids steering station, giant bow viewing area, on board restrooms, as well as a full galley/snack bar. It can accommodate up to 149 passengers, and sails from Beaufort.
The most awesome classroom nature can provide. Everyone has something to learn on Grandfather Mountain, and there’s no better teacher than the mountain itself.
Capital Area Visitor Services provides scheduling for groups of 10 or more who plan to visit government and cultural attractions in the capital city.
A visit to Catawba Science Center is an excellent opportunity to explore science actively! Opportunities include walking through the exhibits with a scavenger hunt to increase students’...
Centrally located in the town of Boone, North Carolina, Hickory Ridge Living History Museum has demonstrated American colonial history for students, second-grade through college-age,
Roper Mountain Science Center is located in Greenville, South Carolina. It encompasses a campus containing facilities for studying life and natural sciences, and space and physical sciences.
Come TOUCH, EXPLORE AND PLAY while learning about your world through the interactive exhibits and programs at the Children's Museum of South Carolina.
Intimidators Stadium is a baseball stadium in Kannapolis, North Carolina. It is the home venue for the Kannapolis Intimidators, the Class A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.
Fort Macon State Park is a North Carolina state park in Carteret County, North Carolina, in the United States. Located on Bogue Banks near Atlantic Beach, the park opened in 1936.
North Carolina’s first planned Moravian community, Bethania offers a living and working town that is also devoted to preserving its history of 253 years. Historic Bethania offers a chance to explore the restored 1790s Wolff-Moser House, 1894 Alpha Chapel and enjoy a walk on the 1.5 mile Black Walnut Trail. Check website for more information.
The Levine Museum of the New South, is a history museum located in Charlotte, North Carolina whose exhibits focus on life in the North Carolina Piedmont after the American Civil War. The museum includes temporary and permanent exhibits on a range of Southern-related topics.
Thousands of marine animals will take your students on a journey from North Carolina’s highest mountains to the expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. Your students will enjoy touching stingrays, staring sharks in the eye and watching river otters play in this unique seaside setting.
Sylvan Heights Bird Park is a large 18-acre facility featuring walk-through aviaries displaying birds from South America, North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia...