As summer kicks into full swing, our favorite NationsClassroom destinatons are preparing not only for an increase in visitors, but also for an increase in temperatures - especially for our furry friends. So how does a place like Colonial Williamsburg ensure animal safety during the heat of the summer?
Colonial Virginia has long been one of NationsClassroom’s most popular school trip destinations. In fact, Forbes just counted Colonial Williamsburg as one of their “14 Best Places to Travel in 2019.” The Forbes article highlighted Jamestown’s new exhibit Tenacity: Women in Jamestown and Early Virginia as a “timely exhibit” and “a must-see."
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An educational tour allows teachers and students to learn in new environments and from people with a variety of experiences and perspectives. For example, the events planned to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Everard House are bringing together the work of scientists, researchers, archaeologists, architects, and more for visitors to experience in Colonial Williamsburg.
School groups touring the “Historic Triangle” in Colonial Virginia often visit three educational and commemorative sites, including Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, to learn about the early history, settlement, and development of the U.S.
New for groups in 2018 is an immersive history experience at the American Revolution Museum in Yorktown that completes the story of the birth of our nation.
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