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Trips to Boston

A Starting Point Itinerary

Day 1:

  • Overnight bus to Boston (depending on location).  Flight alternative options available!

Day 2:

  • Arrive in Concord and visit the Concord Museum, the Alcott House, Walden Pond, North Bridge, Sleepy Hollow cemetery, and the Wayside Inn​


Day 3:

  • Once in Boston walk the Freedom Trail

  • Visit the Omni Parker House Hotel (location of the Saturday Club)

  • Go to the Old Corner Bookstore once frequented by Louisa May Alcott

  • See the Old South Meeting House

  • Visit the Boston Athenaeum

Day 4:

  • Head to Salem and visit the Salem Witch Museum

  • Visit the House of Seven Gables

Day 5:

  • ​Now in Cambridge, visit Harvard University

  • Go to Mount Auburn Cemetery

  • In the evening depart for home (overnight)

Our Prices Include:

  • All admissions, taxes, fees, tips, and 24-hour on-call support

  • All ground transport

  • Overnight stays in accessible locations

  • All meals

  • Full time tour director who will accompany the group throughout the tour 

  • Price based on 50 students and five free chaperones

  • Want to add another city on your way? Contact us for details. 

And Now for Something Completely Different

Your tour can include a visit to the New England Aquarium where students can watch the latest show at the IMAX theatre and experience the wonderful world under the sea while keeping their feet dry!

The world is there to experience - let us take you there!

Specialty Itineraries

We offer STEM programs to Boston. Go to the Science Museum where students can try hands on exhibits or go to the Edward M. Kennedy Institute where they can immerse themselves in a 'working' senate or try their hands at being senators in training.

We offer ART tours focused on providing students with a unique and tailored art experience of Boston.  Have a hands-on art lesson at the Museum of Fine Arts; explore the masterpieces at the Isabella Stuart Museum and learn about one of the great art thefts of modern times; visit the Peabody Essex Museum, where neuroscientists have made many of the exhibits interactive, stimulating and tactile.  Make art come alive for your students in Boston! 

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