From the pilgrims on Plymouth Rock to the Sons of Liberty, Boston’s history has defined America. Discover it with student tours.
This civil rights tour takes students to Birmingham, Montgomery, Selma, Tuskegee and Atlanta, where they’ll learn about the struggles for equality and voting rights during the Modern Civil Rights Movement.
Educational Tours to these two influential East Coast cities expose student travelers to the foundations of our nation and the urban cultures that thrive within it.
On this D.C. trip, students will see democracy in action during the Swearing-In Ceremony, the Swearing-In Address, and the Inaugural Parade. They’ll also explore must-see educational attractions in Washington, D.C.
Philadelphia student tours give groups the chance to visit Independence Hall, where the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, walk down colonial streets and run up the “Rocky Steps” of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
With attractions highlighting California’s native Indians, the Gold Rush, the modern day government and more, this state capitol tour offers lessons in history, politics and culture.
The state capital of Illinois boasts modern-day politics and plenty of memorials and learning lessons inspired by its most famous statesman: Abraham Lincoln.
Discover two Midwestern cities that left their mark on history with student tours of the “Gateway to the West” and the epicenter of the Land of Lincoln.
Absorb the lessons D.C.’s political, historical and cultural sites offer. Affordable prices ensure more students get to experience this educational tour.
A tour of these historically influential sites presents students with everything from colonial-era citizenship to modern politics and cultural evolutions.