Discover the magic of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with hands-on, immersive STEM trips to inspiring destinations around the world!
The Windy City is home to innovative architecture and world-famous institutions. Explore ecology and wildlife science at the Lincoln Park Zoo, engineering at the Museum of Science and Industry, and marine biology at the Shedd Aquarium.
This lush paradise features jungles, beaches, and the famous Arenal volcano. Discover exotic animal species, admire tropical plant life, and dig into local agriculture and industry at chocolate, coffee, and pineapple farms.
"The Land of Fire and Ice" takes you back in time to viking ships and ancient lore and transports you to mythical sites like glaciers, waterfalls, and the Blue Lagoon. View modern technology at the Hellisheiði Power Station and study recent events at Quake 2008 and Volcano House.
"The Emerald City" places students in a distinct natural atmosphere. Take in the view atop the Space Needle, head below street level for an archaeological tour, and ignite your curiosity at Boeing's Future of Flight Aviation Center.
Sunshine meets science in central Florida! Reach for the stars on a tour of the Kennedy Space Center, tap into adventure at Gatorland, and unlock your creativity at Walt Disney World® Resort or Universal Orlando Resort™.
Hollywood isn't California's only source of magic! Study astronomy while admiring ocean views at the Griffith Observatory; discover ancient fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits; and explore botany, engineering, and zoology at Balboa Park!
Walt Disney World® Resort
Inspire imagination with the Disney Youth Education Series in "the place where dreams come true" and enjoy curriculum-based workshops in chemistry, physics, zoology, marine sciences, conservation, and more — all while exploring Disney parks!
From aviation to zoology, our nation's capital has an activity for every STEM student. Visit Smithsonian institutions like the National Air and Space Museum, fall into the world of technology at the International Spy Museum, and go under the sea at the National Aquarium!