Washington DC

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!

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Boston

Dive into Boston’s rich history, from the Pilgrims’ 1620 arrival at Plymouth, to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, to the days of the colonial dissent at the Boston Massacre of 1770 and the first shots of the Revolutionary War at Lexington and Concord in 1775. Feel history come alive as you follow the Freedom Trail to Boston Common, Bunker Hill, the USS Constitution (the oldest commissioned warship afloat), Faneuil Hall (known as the "cradle of liberty"), and the shops at Quincy Market. Hear the colorful stories of old “Beantown” from your guide on an amphibious Boston Duck tour, and cheer on the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Take a side trip to New England circa 1790—1840 at Sturbridge Village, where you will participate in an authentic "Town Hall Meeting" of the period.

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Chicago

Chicago is a world-class city that offers so many choices for student groups.  Your itinerary can include some of the nation's most popular museums, Broadway-style shows, visits to ethic neighborhoods, professional sporting events, shopping, landmarks, cruises and more.  There is so much to sink your teeth into, including Chicago's world-famous deep dish pizza.

 

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New York City

If you love New York like we do, or if you've never been to the Big Apple, we highly recommend the Ultimate New York City experience. Students will experience amazing educational opportunities such as workshops, classes, and private tours, just to name a few. Every day will be packed with educational and fun activities.

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Mackinac Island

When it comes to Michigan history, there is no destination that compares to Mackinac Island!

Breathtaking beauty, historic forts, world-famous fudge and an island life void of motor vehicles make Mackinac Island one of the most unique destinations on the planet.  Add a brunch at the Grand Hotel, and your trip will be almost too good to be true. Yes, the brunch is that good!

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Orlando Florida

Orlando Florida's educational and performance group opportunities for students are limitless.  Student groups have the choice of Disney's great theme parks as well as many other outstanding opportunities. We'll work with you to customize it exclusively for your group.

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Nashville has truly earned its nickname "Music City U.S.A."  Long known as the home to country music, Nashville is becoming the recording industry hot spot for a wide variety of labels.  Experience a rich cultural and historical atmosphere while visiting world-class museums and Tennessee State Parks.   Experience live performances of the Nashville Symphony or enjoy some of country music’s legendary stars at the Grand Ole Opry.  Nashville is the place to be for all things Music!

 

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Cleveland is the second largest city in Ohio and packed with things to do.  Your students can get a hands-on learning experience at the Great Lakes Science Museum, marvel at unique creatures at the Cleveland Zoo, or walk among Rocks greatest at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum.   It’s a world-class city without a world-class ego!

Cleveland is the perfect destination for an overnight trip or add on a day in Sandusky to end with maximum thrills and chills.

 

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