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New York City launches Hello Summer initiative


NYC & Company launched its summer initiative Hello Summer to help encourage visitors to book summer travel to NYC. more
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Day 3 – Dolphins and art galleries in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico


Dolphin show at Aquaventuras in Puerto Vallarta
There are dolphin discovery programs run by this company all over the Caribbean but this park is different because for the same price (a little over $100) there is a challenge course, water slides, a water play area for younger kids, even a zipline over the slides). more
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Nature On Tap Takes Flight at Chicago Museum


The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago welcomes aerial photographer Mark Reed to Nature on Tap on Tuesday, April 28. more
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Quarks and Forks at the Science Museum of Virginia


The Science Museum of Virginia welcomes theoretical nuclear physicist, Dr. Raul Briceno, as a special addition to its Lunch Break Science program. more
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Discount tickets: CityPASS adds Dallas to tourism destinations


Dallas, Texas, will soon join New York City, San Francisco, Chicago and more than half a dozen other powerhouse tourism destinations as an official CityPASS city. more
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Musical Instrument Museum celebrates 5th anniversary


This month the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix celebrates its fifth anniversary with a weeklong series of public events. more
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Teen Ambassadors offer unique perspective on 9/11 Memorial Museum


Westport ABC Scholars and teen guides from Stuyvesant High School at 911 Memorial Museum
David Rothblatt and Fia Hargil are among the six members of the inaugural class of teen ambassadors trained to work with children who visit the National September 11 Memorial Museum, which opened at the new World Trade Center this past May. more
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At the 9/11 Memorial Museum with unique teen guides


Westport ABC Scholars and teen guides from Stuyvesant High School at 911 Memorial Museum
David Rothblatt has been a New Yorker all his life but his sole memory of 9/11 was being with his mom as she searched for a store to buy milk. Fia adds that next year’s high school freshmen will have been born after 9/11. “Kids need to know even if it is hard,” she and David agreed. more
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The New York Met and Madame Tussauds through the teen lens


Westport ABC scholar Christopher Morales and James Bond was figure at MME Tussauds NYC
If only the Metropolitan Museum of Art had life-sized wax figures of Degas, Monet and Picasso. I’m joking, of course, but I was thinking that watching how much fun our group of high schoolers was having at MME Tussauds NYC. more
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Boston Children’s Museum Launchs the League of Extraordinary Bloggers App


Boston Children’s Museum has launched the League of Extraordinary Bloggers App – A game for exploring Asian cultures to complement five children’s museum traveling exhibits. more
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