Outside activities for IESL classes
Field trips offer an educational tool to reinforce English skills and use exciting experiences to engage the students. Here are a few of the places we have seen.
Kentucky Derby Museum
The Kentucky Derby Museum, which sits on the front steps of historic Churchill Downs, gives a first hand look at the event for which Louisville, Kentucky is known worldwide.
Downtown Louisville is both a business and a cultural center of the region, teeming with fun and educational sites.
Louisville Slugger Museum has crafted the best wood into the Offical Bat of Major League Baseball since 1884.
Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley of south central Kentucky. This is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 390 miles explored.
Shaker Village in Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, is one of America's longest lasting communal society.
Muhammad Ali Center for Peace and Justice serves as both a cultural attraction and international education center inspired by the ideals of its founder.
Students visit an on-campus book art fair. Read more about it in UofL Today.
Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every indivual should have a decent, safe, and affordable place to live. The organization builds with people in need regardless of race or religion.
Woodford Reserve is located in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass.
Holly Hill Inn, built in 1845, offers fine dining in an historic country setting just minutes from Lexington, Kentucky.
World Equestrian Games held in 2010 in Lexington, Kentucky
Lynn's Paradise Cafe, a Louisville attraction, is known worldwide for its fine food and outlandish decor.