By far, the number one destination in student travel is Washington DC.  Middle schools from all over the country have made their annual class trip to our nation's capital as it connects to the curriculum and brings the classroom to life!

Washington, D.C. Inclusions

Educational Sightseeing:

  • Arlington National Cemetery with a wreath laying ceremony
  • Embassy Row
  • Ford's Theatre & Lincoln Museum
  • Ghost Tours
  • Guided Tour of the Memorials (Lincoln, Vietnam, WWII, Korean War, Iwo Jima, MLK, & Jefferson – Daytime or Illuminated)
  • Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • International Spy Museum
  • Library of Congress
  • Mount Vernon
  • National Archives
  • National Zoo
  • Smithsonian Museums
  • Pentagon 911 Memorial
  • U.S Capitol Tour
  • Washington National Cathedral
  • Washington Monument
  • White House Group Photo

Evening Entertainment:

  • Comedy Sportz (Improv Audience Participation)
  • Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum
  • Magill’s (Pizza w/ Karaoke or DJ Dance)
  • Major League Baseball Game (Nationals or Orioles)
  • Medieval Times Dinner Theatre
  • Spirit Cruise (Dinner & DJ Dance)
  • Twilight Tattoo (Wednesday Night Free Military Band Concert)

Washington, D.C. Performance Opportunities:

  • FDR Memorial
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial/Ellipse
  • Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens
  • U.S. Navy Memorial
  • U.S. Soldiers and Armed Forces Retirement Home
  • WWII Memorial Washington Monument

Add-on Destinations to Include w/ Washington DC

  • Gettysburg, PA
  • Luray Caverns, VA
  • Annapolis, MD
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Williamsburg, VA
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • New York City, NY

 

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Student Adventures goes above and beyond to prepare for our trip and continues to work during the trip to make sure it is the best experience possible for our students.  It is always a pleasure working with Student Adventures!

- Pat Bade, Grand Blanc West Middle School

Student Adventures does a great job adjusting details to fit our needs.  I switched companies when I found out that David Johns was on staff. 

- Kristen Farkas, Bryant Junior High