A melting pot of history, art, and science, Baltimore is the perfect option for groups on an educational expedition! The American Visionary Art Museum is particularly interesting, this one is dedicated to solely self taught artists with no formal training. A maritime hub, Baltimore offers several sea-themed attractions along with the ever unusual National Museum of Dentistry for your educational trip. Your student group will enjoy cracking the codes at the National Cryptologic Museum or visiting the Edgar Allan Poe House, Museum, and Grave. In a city of segway tours, dinner cruises, and Baltimore Ghost Tours, there is plenty to occupy the interests of each of you!
Step out of your comfort zone with Baltimore's help! The land of barbecued muskrat and Korean blood sausage invites your student group to give in to temptation and check out those sites just off the beaten path. The Maryland Historical Society boasts the original scrap of paper manuscript of our Star-Spangled banner! Lie down on a bed of nails at the Maryland Science Center, snack on crab flavored potato chips, or ooh and aah at the legends behind early American inking at the Baltimore Tattoo Museum! Your group can find lots to enjoy in Baltimore on their senior class trip!
Stay for a baseball game at Camden Yards, stay for the impeccable crab dishes, stay for 2,200 animals at the Baltimore Zoo, or just stay and explore! Your Baltimore field trip could take you to Fort McHenry National Monument, the shark inspired USS Torsk docked at the Maritime Museum, the Top of the World 360 degree view of the city on the 27th floor of the World Trade Center, scan the meadows for wildlife at Carrie Murray Nature Center, or rub elbows with the locals downtown for directions to Antique Row, The Gallery, The Light Rail, and more!