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BOSTON

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STUDENT TOURS TO BOSTON

Our class trips to Boston offer a unique take on both New England history and U.S. history at large. You literally can’t turn a corner without looking at (or standing on) a monument or milestone that helps tell the story of the birth of a nation.

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Our tours begin with ...

Day 1

  • Hear the stories about the people, places and events of the American Revolution on a walk along the Freedom Trail;
  • Free time to explore Boston’s iconic marketplace, Quincy Market;
  • Get scared silly on a ghost tour of one of the most haunted cities in America;

Day 2 

  • High five your brain at the Museum of Science, home to the craziest and coolest science-related activities in New England;
  • Explore Harvard Square and stroll around Harvard University, the oldest university in the country;
  • Visit Fenway Park, home to one of baseball’s most storied clubs, the Boston Red Sox;
  • Let the show begin! See the Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse;

Day 3 

  • Find yourself in the heart of the American Revolutionary War as you climb to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument;
  • The Paul Revere House, the Old North Church and Italian delicacy spotting in the historic North End;
  • See fins, flippers and tentacles at the New England Aquarium;
  • Shop ‘til you drop on some free time in Downtown Crossing;
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3 TO 5 Days
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