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Washington, D.C., New York City & Boston 6 days, 5 nights

Be Inspired By The American Dream

Trip Length: 6 days, 5 nights

The past and the present live alongside each other on the Historic East Coast, giving students a unique opportunity to make connections not possible in the classroom. Inspire your students to follow their dreams in Washington, DC, Boston, & New York City with an unforgettable tour of historical sights, architectural accomplishments, scientific advancements, and artistic achievements.

Trip Highlights

  • Capitol Hill
  • Arlington National Cemetery
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Broadway
  • Boston Duck Tour
  • Boston Tea Party Ships
  • U.S.S. Constitution, and much more...
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Our Itinerary

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Below is a sample itinerary that may be customized to meet the needs of your group.

Day 1: Capitol Hill & Evening Tour

  • Red-eye overnight flight from your departure airport to a Washington, D.C. area airport.
  • Morning arrival in Washington, D.C.
    Meet your NationsClassroom Tour Guide. Board your tour coach bus and your tour begins.
  • Group photo in front of the U.S. Capitol
  • Capitol Hill
    Go to the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center and Gallery to begin a tour by appointment of the home of the legislative branch. Walk across to First Street to tour The Library of Congress and the Supreme Court of the United States.
  • Mount Vernon
    Homestead of America’s first President and his final resting place, Mount Vernon is George and Martha Washington’s Potomac riverfront plantation. Explore the grounds that include a guided home tour, an active pioneer farm site, slave quarters, and Washington’s Tomb. The Education Center includes exhibits and artifacts about the Washington family and life during colonial times.
  • Evening Tour
    • Lincoln Memorial
      Be humbled by Lincoln’s grandeur and reminded of the relevance of his words today. This memorial has long been a tribute to the 16th President’s efforts to keep the country united as well as a symbol for the fight for equality in America.
    • Vietnam Veterans Memorial
      Listed in chronological order are the names of the more than 58,000 Americans who gave their lives in service to their country during the Vietnam War.
    • Korean Memorial
      Walk over to appreciate the symbolism of the memorial that commemorates the sacrifices of the 5.8 million Americans who served in the U.S. armed services during the three-year period of the Korean War.
  • Overnight at your Washington D.C. area hotel.

Day 2: The White House, Museums & Memorials

Day 3: New York City

Day 4: Central Park & Boston

Day 5: Minute Man Park, Plymouth, & Salem

Day 6: Bunker Hill & Tea Party Ship

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What's Included

Insurance

Accident and illness protection for all travelers

Transportation

Either in the air or on the ground, your transportation will be convenient and comfortable.

Lodging

Hotels are student friendly with only interior corridors in safe areas that maximize your touring time.

Meals

We provide three meals per day including a full student buffet at your hotel each morning.

Attractions

All admission fees to attractions are included.

Guides

Your Tour Guide will be an expert on your destination, but most importantly they connect with your students.

Coordinators

Your tour coordinator will secure tickets, inspect hotel rooms, and stay with your group overnight at your hotel.

Security

Sleep worry free. Professional security will be on duty each evening.

Tips

Generous tips are provided for your bus driver, tour guide and hotel staff.

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