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Explore the national treasures of our Nation’s Capital in Washington D.C. Begin with a guided tour of the U.S. Capitol along with the Supreme Court and Library of Congress. Walk the National Mall and visit our Nation’s Memorials and Monuments. Allow free time for Educational Student Tours to explore the fascinating Smithsonian Museums. Cross the Potomac River and visit Arlington National Cemetery and historic Mount Vernon in Alexandria, Va.
Visit the crossroads of the world in New York City. Begin with a visit to the highlights of midtown: Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center and Central Park. Downtown encompasses the Financial District, South Street Seaport and the 9/11 Memorial. Group Tours board the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and discover their roots at Ellis Island. A trip to New York City would not be complete without visiting Times Square and a Broadway Theater performance.
Walk the Freedom Trail in historic Boston. Explore Quincy Market, Boston Common and the Boston Massacre site. Climb aboard the U.S.S. Constitution and ascend the Bunker Hill monument. Visit the Paul Revere House and retrace his path as he warned fellow Colonists that the “British are coming!” Visit the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. If the Sox are away, Fenway offers an amazing “behind the scenes” tour. Outside of Boston, tour the city known for its witch trials in Salem, Ma. Quite popular in Education Travel is a visit the Mayflower II and Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Ma.
A must for every student of American History is a visit to Philadelphia, the city of our Founding Fathers. In the historic district, you will explore the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and Constitution Hall. Stop at the Betsy Ross House, Christ Church and Ben Franklin’s post office. Walk along Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest inhabited street in the U.S. In the suburbs, Student Group Tours visit historic Valley Forge, Amish Country and the sweetest place on earth, Hershey, Pa.
A city with a rich maritime and cultural history is Baltimore. Explore the Inner Harbor with its famous attractions including the Baltimore Aquarium, Maryland Museum of Science and scenic harbor cruises. Tour Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner. Student Tours continue with historical attractions such as Shot Tower, Fell’s Point and Mount Vernon Place. Just out side of Baltimore is Annapolis where you may visit the Annapolis Naval Academy, Chapel and Museum.
The Historic Triangle combines the three major historical attractions in the state of Virginia. Jamestown Settlement, Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown Battlefield are all to be found in Williamsburg. Jamestown, founded in 1607, was the first permanent English settlement. Educational Tours travel back to the 18th century at Colonial Williamsburg, our country’s largest living museum. The very last battle of the Revolutionary War took place at Yorktown, where American and French forces defeated the British.
For those ready to cross our northern border, Canada offers much to enjoy. Most popular is the combination of Niagara Falls and Toronto. The Maid of the Mist Falls cruise has been sailing for over 100 years. On to Toronto, one of the most cosmopolitan of Canadian cities where you may ascend the CN tower for a bird’s eye view. For Student Travel seeking a more French influence, an excursion to Montreal is known for its underground city and former Olympic Site. For a complete French immersion, the ancient walled city of Quebec, Place Royale and Notre Dame are wonderful sites to visit.