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Historical Boston and Salem, Massachusetts

Journey to two of the most historic cities in the United States – Boston and Salem, Massachusetts.  Explore the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the USS Constitution Museum, Lexington/Concord, the Salem Witch Museum, a Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour…

Our Nation’s Capitol – Washington, DC

There is not a better place to take a student group to see and learn the history of the United States.  Visit the Nation’s Capital, the fantastic Smithsonian Museums, the National Zoo, Mount Vernon and the Arlington Cemetery.  Evening highlights…

The City of Brotherly Love – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, The City of Brotherly Love is a popular destination for student groups of all ages.  Educational opportunities include the Philadelphia Art Museum, the Franklin Institute, the Liberty Bell Museum and Independence Hall.  Other popular attractions include the Philadelphia Zoo…

New York City – “The Big Apple”

There is no other city in the world that is more dynamic, more exciting or more diverse for student groups to enjoy. Popular venues include Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, the Bronx Zoo, Broadway Theater, museums and cultural events.  Let…

The Adirondacks and Lake Placid – New York

Join us for an outstanding educational and exciting opportunity in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains of New York.  Visit Lake Placid – Home to the 1932 and 1980 Olympics, Ausable Chasms, Lake George, The Wild Center, the Adirondack Museum and much…

Other Popular Destinations Include: 

Lancaster, PA
Florida and Disney World
Niagara Falls
Montreal, Canada

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