New Program Spotlight: New York City – East Coast STEM

New York City is famous for having something for just about everyone – and that’s why we’ve introduced new trips that approach America’s largest city with a focus on STEM.  This tour offers the best of, well, ALL, worlds by combining all the NYC highlights with science-packed visits like th... Read More

9 of the World’s Coolest Skyscrapers

Seeing unique and impressive architecture is just one of the many things we love about traveling the world. The world’s tallest buildings serve as both incredible sites…and also incredible places where you can look down on the sites that make their cities special! We put together a list ... Read More

Best Books for Sparking Travel Excitement

One of the best ways to get excited for an upcoming WorldStrides program? Reading a good book! It’s one thing to get mentally transported to a location by reading – and another to know you’ll soon be in that place yourself! Be an armchair traveler before you get your boots on the g... Read More

Visit the White House, Washington, DC

5 Haunted Historical Sites in the United States

In the spirit of Halloween, we’re scaring, we mean sharing, five of the most haunted historical sites in the United States with you. Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast, Fall River, MA “Lizzie Borden had an axe…”  You may know the poem, but did you know that The Borden House is considered one o... Read More

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Introducing WorldStrides Custom Emojis

Emojis are one of the most popular ways to express ourselves. We use them in text messages, social media posts, even emails. Now, when you’re traveling with WorldStrides, you can use our custom emojis when sharing updates and photos from your trip! We have WorldStrides-themed emojis, like passport... Read More

One World Trade Center, New York City, United States

September 11 – One Story of An American Hero

On the 15th anniversary of the events of September 11, here is a story about an American hero who is still impacting the lives of many students (and teachers) each year. For Jason, a WorldStrides Program Leader from Michigan, a chance encounter at Arlington National Cemetery led to an incredible fr... Read More

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