The Airborne & Special Operations Museum (ASOM) is part of the United States Army Museum System. Located near Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina, it opened to the public on August 16, 2000, the 60th anniversary of the first U.S. Army parachute jump in 1940 at Fort Benning, Ga. The museum's emphasis is on United States military history especially U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Forces.
Biltmore Estate is a large private estate and tourist attraction in Asheville, North Carolina. Biltmore House, the main house on the estate, is a Chateauesque-styled mansion built by George Washington Vanderbilt II.
Travel back in time to Camp Flintlock. Exciting and affordable a field trip here could include a tent encampment with cooking demo, colonial store and dress up, Indian necklace making, Live fife & drum music, pop quiz with prizes, colonial games and much more.
The Carolina Renaissance Festival is a Renaissance Fair held annually. Travel back to the fictional storybook Village of Fairhaven where Renaissance history comes to life! Students are immersed amongst hundreds of costumed villagers performing...
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’...
Your class will have easy access to historic miniature trains, carousels, farm animals, an outdoor theater, picnic theaters, paddleboats, mining trails and much more.
Our diverse, creative exhibits and educational programming featuring: science, technology,
engineering, math (STEM), and advanced manufacturing will foster life-long learning.
Take your students "back in time" by planning your next field tricot Historic Rosedale Plantation! Discover plantation and village life of the Frew, Caldwell and Davidson families, who occupied this antebellum plantation.
Historic Yates Mill County Park is an exciting learning environment and recreational center located 5 miles south of downtown Raleigh. The 174-acre park features diverse natural habitats and the last water-powered mill in NC’s capital county (est. 1760s).
Our interactive programs are designed to promote student investigation and critical thinking. Led by a museum educator, programs include age-appropriate activities and encourage student participation. All museum programs meet learning standards outlined in North Carolina's Standard Course of Study.
Visit the birthplace of the Capital of North Carolina. Field trip includes a tour of two fully furnished 18th-century homes and an interactive hands-on history module. They also meet North Carolina State social studies standards.