WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON, D.C.Our nation's capital is a place where you can feel a part of something bigger than yourself. From the monuments and documents that represent the ideals of the Founding Fathers to the memorials honoring soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice, visiting the sights of Washington, D.C. puts you and your students at the heart of the American experience. NationsClassroom's licensed guides will make it an experience to remember.

NEW YORK CITY
NEW YORK CITYThe cultural capital of the United states is a place to be inspired by what can be accomplished when you follow your dreams. This is a city of historical sights, architectural achievements, scientific advancements, and artistic achievement. Inspire your students to follow their dreams in New York City with an unforgettable tour lead by NationsClassroom's licensed guides.

Florida
FloridaThe Sunshine State and its many attractions offer educational opportunities that put fun at the center of learning. Students get hooked by the thrill of adventure and then find themselves learning through unique experiences that let their knowledge and talents shine.

BOSTON
BOSTONBoston provides students an opportunity to walk in the steps of Paul Revere and John Adams. They will hear the speeches of the Sons of Liberty while touring the Freedom Trail with their very own 18th Century Costumed Guide. Boston also offers excellent educational opportunities to tour the USS Constitution (Old Ironsides herself), Minuteman National Historic Park, New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, and Walden Pond. Of course, the students will also get to learn about the literary powerhouse of Thoreau, Longfellow, and Emerson in the city they most called home.

PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIAPhiladelphia is the birthplace of our nation that served as our first Capital. An educational tour of Philadelphia will allow students the opportunity to visit the Franklin Institute, Independence National Historic Park (which is made up of Carpenter's Hall, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Liberty Bell), Christchurch, Franklin Court, Betsy Ross House, and the U.S. Mint. The students will also have the chance to run the stairs in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art which were made so famous by Rocky's "Gonna Fly Now" run. An additional day trip to Valley Forge or the Amish country are also excellent included possibilities.

CHICAGO
CHICAGOChicago has grown to heights that would have been unimaginable in its early days. This urban metropolis showcases the best in American engineering and design, as well as a commitment to advancements in science and technology. Encourage your students to reach new heights on tour of Chicago with Nations Classroom's licensed guides.

COLONIAL VIRGINIA
COLONIAL VIRGINIAColonial Virginia offers students the tremendous opportunity to experience the colonial period from a southern perspective. They will tour the Jamestown Settlement, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown Victory Center and the various historic battlefields. The students will also have the chance to tour Shirley Plantation, the oldest plantation in Virginia. A quick bus ride over to Charlottesville will even allow the students the opportunity to tour Thomas Jefferson's beautiful home, Monticello.

CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, SC Charleston offers your students exceptional learning and educational opportunities. Touring the home of the first theater building built in America features the South Carolina Aquarium, the Charleston Harbor Ferry Tour, Patriots Point, and a walking tour of historic Charleston herself including Battery Waterfront, Council Chambers, Ante Bellum House and Fort Moultrie.

OUTER BANKS OF NORTH CAROLINA
OUTER BANKS OF NORTH CAROLINAThe Outer Banks of North Carolina is a fun educational destination for North Carolina students. The historic venues students will have the chance to visit include the Tryon Palace which is the first permanent capitol of the colony of North Carolina; as well as Fort Macon which is the most visited state park in North Carolina; in addition to the Wright Brothers Memorial and Museum, the Roanoke Island/Lost Colony, and the North Carolina Aquarium for that exciting scientific component.​