Educational Tour offers fantastic learning opportunities for students of all ages through educational travel. Schools from all over North America have trusted us to plan their educational tours. They allow us this great opportunity because we work to create the great trip they are looking for!
Many of our popular destinations are listed here, but we can also customize trips to other destinations. Give us a call today, 877-397-5700, and see why thousands of students travel with us each year and keep coming back!
Baltimore has often been ignored as an educational tour, field trip, and student travel destination, but due to its great location and unique attractions, it is rapidly gaining popularity. Snuggled nicely between Washington, DC and Philadelphia, Baltimore is emerging as a great place to visit for student groups, as the city has many new and exciting attractions to offer. Baltimore is home to the B & O Railroad, the USS Constellation, Babe Ruth's birthplace, Edgar Allen Poe, and many other attractions.
Boston is a top student educational tour destination. This city is highlighted by world-class museums, amazing historical sites, great shopping, and other great Boston attractions. One of the most requested venues includes the Freedom Trail, which has a number of historic sites like the Old North Church and the USS Constitution. Additionally, student groups often choose to visit the New England Aquarium, the Prudential Center, and the Boston Science Museum.
The city of Charleston is picturesque… stunning architecture, brilliant colors, and cobblestone streets tell the history of this southern South Carolina town. Charleston also houses popular attractions that tell stories from a war perspective. Places like Patriot’s Point Naval and Maritime Museum, The Hunley, and Fort Moultrie are just a few. Find out more about Charleston educational tours.
Chicago is the most popular destination in the midwest and is growing in popularity every year. This amazing city has the best skyline in America and offers some of the best sites and attractions to go with it. From Sear's Tower to Lincoln Park and beyond the "Windy City" is a must for your next educational school trip.
When it comes to student educational tours or student travel dreams, Hawaii is at the top of most wish lists. Beautiful beaches, clear blue waters, and spectacular scenery work together to make Hawaii an unforgettable tropical paradise that has plenty to offer. From the Big Island to Oahu, Hawaii, is a great destination!
Los Angeles covers more square miles than any other destination we offer. From Hollywood to downtown to Anaheim, Los Angeles has plenty to offer school groups of all ages. Visit the amazing Queen Mary Ocean Liner or take an education-based look into Disneyland. Visit as many attractions as you can on your Los Angeles educational tour.
The Alamo is, and always will be, the most important piece of property in the southwest. On an educational tour your group will learn about some of our American heroes, like James Bowie, Davy Crockett, and the near 200 other courageous men that defended the ground. They fought Mexican forces, who where able to overcome the defenders, as they tried to capture the garrison, killing all but two of the people inside.
The Williamsburg area has many great attractions for educational tours. This is one of the oldest historical areas in the U.S., as the Jamestown settlement is only a few miles away. Historic Williamsburg itself offers a fantastic look into the past with its restored village and homes. Yorktown is where the British surrendered to end the Revolutionary War and is only a few minutes drive to the east. Busch Gardens is nearby and offers great educational programs.
Take an inspirational journey through the life of Milton Hershey, his chocolate company, the town that bears his name, and his generous legacy. Learn about the Power of Promotion, Innovation and Determination. Find out more about Hershey educational tours.
Educational tours to Philadelphia are growing in popularity every year. Offering some of the best historical sites like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell Pavilion.The "City of Brotherly Love" is full of fantastic educational opportunities and offers a great way to touch history.
Spend time exploring San Francisco by cable car or take a harbor cruise. This city has much to offer students and adults looking for an educational trip. Students can see sights like the famous Golden Gate Bridge or Alcatraz!
Washington, D.C. is the most popular educational tour destination in the U.S. The White House, Capitol Building, and Supreme Court are favorites to visit. Don't forget the amazing monuments to leaders like Washington, Lincoln, and Jefferson. Finally, the museums and other sites make D.C. one of the best places to visit on a tour or field trip.
From civil rights history to aquariums and theme park adventures, Atlanta is truly a destination for any group. Student groups can spend time visiting educational and fun sites such as CNN Headquarters or the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Atlanta educational travel offers wonderful learning opportunities.
Branson, MO, offers several opportunities for educational travel experiences and enjoyable travel. With the purchase of admission to Silver Dollar City students also get to explore Marvel Cave. Visitors get to see the magnificent Cathedral Room along with several other breath taking sites on the approximately one hour tour.
Colorado Springs is a great place to take an educational tour. There are many museums, historical sites, and thrilling things to do and see. Travelers can take a ride up Pikes Peak, explore Garden of the Gods, and even take a step back in time at Buckskin Joe Frontier Town.
Jazz and BBQ anyone? Kansas City’s will have you in the center of it all. The sights and sounds of a uniquely American art form come alive at the American Jazz Museum, with its interactive exhibits and educational programs for educational and grad groups alike. Kansas City educational tours will be a fun and exciting time!
Orlando has so much to offer school groups on an educational trip. Certainly Disney World and Universal offer great educational programs, there are many other options to choose from as well. Sea World and Discovery Cove have fantastic programs for school groups. Plus, Orlando has many unique museums to offer plus the ocean is only 40 miles away.
New York is one of the best places for educational tours. NYC offers great historical sites as well as more modern attractions than any other place in the US. When you combine these with Broadway and the other entertainment venues, you get the best possible place for a student educational tour.
Several islands are near Sandusky and by taking a short ferry ride or a bridge, students can visit most of them. But there are also plenty of attractions for students just wanting to explore Sandusky, Ohio. The Lagoon Deer Park is home to exotic animals and allows visitors to feed deer, while Seneca Caverns allows students to explore a cave. Find out more about Sandusky educational tours.
Descend to the depths of Seattle in an Underground Seattle Tour or go to some of its highest points with trips to the top of the Space Needle or to Mount St. Helens. Make the trip memorable with a fun way to explore a city on an educational trip!
Students will have a fun and educational trip visiting such attractions as the Adam Thoroughgood House or touring the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse.