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Biltmore Christmas

Celebrate Christmas at Biltmore with your Students

Your students can experience the magic of Christmas with a holiday field trip to Biltmore in Asheville. America’s largest home celebrates the season in grand style. Luminaries and twinkling lights adorn the 75-foot Norway spruce tree on the front lawn. Inside the home of George Vanderbilt and his family, dozens of decorated Christmas trees can be found in the grand rooms.

Santa Train at Museum of Life and Science

Students Ride Santa’s Train to the North Pole at the Museum of Life and Science

Students take a ride to the “North Pole” at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham. This holiday season will showcase 40,000 new holiday lights along with after-hours access to the Magic Wings Butterfly House + Insectarium and more.

Winterland Express at Village Park in Kannapolis

Winterland Express; Treat Your Students to the Holiday Celebration at Village Park in Kannapolis

Winterland Express has arrived signaling the annual Celebration of Lights is now underway at Village Park in Kannpolis. Your students can ride the Winterland Express miniature train through the park, take in the spectacle of more than 250,000 lights and even make s’mores during the holiday celebration.

Speedway Christmas Returns to Charlotte Motor Speedway

Speedway Christmas Returns to Charlotte Motor Speedway

The spectacular Speedway Christmas is now entertaining student groups and families from across the State at the famed Charlotte Motor Speedway this December More than three million colorful lights transform the NASCAR racing oval into a winter wonderland. This year’s theme of “Santa’s Mountain” is carried out as students ride through the nearly four miles of illuminated displays.

 

Tweetsie Christmas

Tweetsie Christmas A Brand New Holiday Event at Tweetsie Railroad

Tweetsie Christmas is a new brand new holiday event that begins this year at Tweetsie Railroad in Blowing Rock where the Park is transformed into a winter wonderland. The Park will be open Friday and Saturday evenings in December. Read more about all the features of this brand new holiday event.

Explore 18th Century Native American Life with A Cherokee Field Trip

Explore 18th Century Native American Life with A Cherokee Field Trip

Western North Carolina’s Cherokee Cultural District is an outstanding field trip destination to introduce your students to the expansive history and culture of more than 10,000 years of Cherokee history.

Field Trip Adventure at Historic Rural Hill Gives Students History and Much More

Field Trip Adventure at Historic Rural Hill Gives Students History and Much More

Historic Rural Hill in Huntersville just outside Charlotte is a unique field trip experience for any group of students. Here they will not only experience centuries of history brought to life, but also hone their skills in science, reading, creative thinking and math.

Introduce Your Students to the World of Agriculture with an Agritourism Farm Tour

Introduce Your Students to the World of Agriculture with an Agritourism Farm Tour

Hay rides, corn mazes, pumpkin patches and pick your own fruit are just a few of the many fun and educational experiences your students can enjoy on a field trip visit to a North Carolina family farm.

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