School Field Trip

Welcome to Sonshine Educational Tours! We are glad that you have found your way to our blog. We offer a vast wealth of resources to help you as you determine which city and state to visit, as well as which places are important for your students to see. No matter where you choose to travel, or which museums you want to visit, we are here to help your planning go as smoothly as possible. Be sure to check our blog posts regularly so that you don’t miss out on any of the tips and advice that we will provide. Call today to see where educational travel can take you!

The Educational Value of Field Trips

Students who have been exposed to a wide variety of experiences tend to do better socially, academically, and emotionally. The opportunity to walk in the shoes of those who have gone before them presents the ability to view the world beyond their own narrow scope. As your students learn about different aspects of the world […]

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Bring History to Life — Visit D.C.!

For some students, your history class is the highlight of their school day, but not every student feels this way. If you have ever asked yourself how you can make history come alive for all of the students in your class, then we have the answer — take an educational field trip to our nation’s […]

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What Walt Disney World® Offers Kids on Field Trips

Central Florida is home to some of the biggest names in family-friendly vacation destinations. While Orlando is famous for its many amusement parks, there is an almost limitless number of educational opportunities. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at some of the ways that your students can experience education on a completely different level […]

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The Best Places To Visit In St. Augustine

St. Augustine, Florida is known as the oldest, continuously occupied city in the continental United States. It was founded in 1565 by the Spanish conquistador and admiral, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. With control of the area fluctuating between the Spanish, the French, the British, and the Native Americans, St. Augustine possesses not only a rich […]

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