See for yourself all of the incredible places you can go with WorldStrides. Warning: Viewing this video page may induce hours of wanderlust!
Learn about our Washington, D.C., programs. See some of the sites we visit, like the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, and the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial, and hear firsthand from students who have traveled with us and experienced Washington, D.C.'s history up close and personal.
Explore America's Last Frontier - Alaska - with your students! Explore Anchorage, observe birds at Potter Marsh, visit Denali National Park to look for wildlife, and stop by the Iditarod Headquarters in Seward!
Smithsonian Tips for Visiting - Seeing More Than History
These tips from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will teach you how to look beyond just the display piece itself, and ask questions that will help you learn about all aspects of the pieces in a museum.
With its abundance of wildlife, natural resources, and diverse landscapes, it’s no wonder why Alaska is known as America’s last great frontier! Want to know why it’s a place you should check out? Here are 7 cool facts about Alaska that will make you want to pack your bags.