Travel to Boston, a very popular educational trip destination for student groups!
Venture to a city where the revolutionary war began and where the United States won its independence.
All school trip to Boston should include a walk along the Freedom Trail – Discover Boston’s role in shaping American History from Paul Revere House, to the Old North Church, including several old burying grounds, the Old State House, just to name a few, every step tells a story.
Have your student group meet Samuel Adams and take part in the “Destruction of the Tea” at the Tea Party Ships and Museum, explore the history of one of America’s most popular presidents and learn about the 1960 election at John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, grab a bite at Faneuil Hall, cheer on the Red Sox at Fenway Park, buy a Harvard University sweatshirt, the oldest university in the country, meet Myrtle the green sea turtle at the New England Aquarium, visit the USS Constitution or “Old Ironsides”, the oldest commissioned warship and so much more!
From Boston, many educational side trips may be added to enhance your student tour. Travel South to Plimoth Plantation to climb aboard the Mayflower II and relive the Pilgrim’s journey to the New World or haul some lobster trap in Plymouth Harbor. Travel North to Salem and learn about the infamous Salem Witch Trials or visit the home of noted Novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne. Travel West to Lexington and Concord. Walk Lexington Green and relive the shot heard ‘round the world at the site where it all began and stand on the grounds of one of the earliest battles of the Revolutionary war.
Let Great Adventure Tours be part of your next class trip to Boston!