We had two amazing experiences in NYC with Kristin Singleton-Ferrari as our tour guide! The organization of the tour and the accommodations were excellent! Kristin was very knowledgeable and informative and had a great personality and sense of humor.
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Bring history lessons to life through these expertly designed student educational tours. Pick your location and subject or ask for a sample itinerary. Our knowledgeable tour guide makes the trips educational and fun! Reduce the stress of organizing a school trip and let the professionals do it!
Discover the rich history and memorials of our capital Washington DC
Learn about African American Culture in NYC
Visit the beautiful Niagara Falls between Canada and the U.S.
Walk the streets of Philadelphia and learn about its rich historical heritage
Learn about the history of immigration on a fully guided Ellis Island tour
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Confirmed upon booking
Confirmed upon booking
Monday to Sunday, January to December
The duration of this custom tour can be hours or days depending on your requirements
Minimum 6 people, we can take multiple buses on this tour.
Tours available in English and Italian
What to bring
Comfortable shoes and water
What's in Store
We aim to make these tours as smooth and seamless as possible. Our experienced guide will make sure the students are kept entertained and engaged throughout the whole tour. We believe that student tours are an essential part of learning. See below for a sample itinerary for one of our 3-day Washington DC tours.
We start the trip by visiting the Arlington National Cemetery. We then move on to visit one of the world’s most iconic sculptures Iwo Jima and then continue to the World War II and Martin Luther King Memorials. We will stop for dinner at the entertaining Hard Rock Cafe and then do a night tour of the Lincoln, Korean and Vietnam War Memorials.
We start day 2 with breakfast followed by a visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture. We continue to visit other Smithsonian museums throughout the morning and finish with lunch. The afternoon begins at the Holocaust Museum and then a photo stop at the White House and dinner in Little Italy. The finale is a tour of the Capitol Building and a photo taken on the steps of Grant’s Statue. Before returning home, visit the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress.
Frequently Asked Questions
For groups of 20 or more, the group leader may be allowed free travel.