OUS to begin ‘Education on Location’ tour
IRONTON — “Cleveland Rocks the Arts” is the title given to the upcoming “Education on Location” study tour to Cleveland, sponsored by Ohio University Southern Friday through Sunday, April 24-26.
The trip is open to students and non-students and costs $280 per person with two people sharing a room.
Single, triple, and quadruple rates are available upon request. This fee includes round trip motor coach transportation from Ironton, two nights lodging in Cleveland, and a breakfast buffet at the Hard Rock Café.
The fee also includes two additional breakfasts and admission to several of the venues visited in Akron and Cleveland.
The first stop will be in Akron to visit the Akron Museum of Art and Stan Hywet Hall, residence of F.W. Seiberling, Goodyear Rubber Company founder, and his family.
Built between 1912 and 1915, this manor house is considered one of the finest examples of Tudor Revival architecture in the United States.
Saturday and Sunday will feature visits to the Cleveland Museum of Art, which is one of the world’s finest art museums, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art.
Trip participants have the option of earning two credits in Art History, Travel and Tourism, and/or Graduate Teacher Education.
For reservations or additional information contact Travel World in Ironton at 800-210-3550 (toll free), 740-533-4630, firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.4travelworld.com.
Registration forms and full fee payment are due by Tuesday, March 17.