School Trips to Atlanta

A New Adventure Awaits

Atlanta is a city that rose from the ashes after the Civil War to become a metropolis of Southern sophistication that is always ready to offer new adventures. From Olympic Park to Civil Rights museums and Coca Cola, your students will be energized by the action that awaits them on a NationsClassroom tour of Atlanta.

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3-Day Atlanta Class Trip Itinerary

  • National Center For Civil and Human Rights
  • World of Coca Cola 
  • Delta Flight Museum & more...

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4-Day Atlanta Class Trip Itinerary

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Center
  • CNN Tour
  • Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
  • Centennial Olympic Park & more...

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Build Your Own

No canned trips here. We’ll customize your itinerary for your students and their interests.

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Air Travel Available

Your flights will be convenient to maximize your tour time. Whenever possible, flights are direct to and from your gateway city.

Bus Travel Available

Friendly, safety-minded drivers and deluxe motor coaches equipped with TV's, DVD players, and lavatory.

Points of interest to cater to all class types


Honor the work of great civil rights leaders at historic sights and museums, then get a firsthand look at how the news is gathered, written and reported at CNN World Headquarters. The experiences offered on a tour of Atlanta connect the past and present for a unique educational experience.

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Center
  • CNN Tour,
  • Medieval Times
  • Centennial Olympic Park
  • Tullie Smith House
  • Georgia State Capitol
  • Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
  • Underground Atlanta
  • Atlanta History Center
  • National Center For Civil and Human Rights


Atlanta offers a wide variety of experiences that connect STEM in creative ways to excite the interest of students. From thrills rides to flight, you can challenge them to learn, explore, and connect in Atlanta.

  • World of Coca Cola
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Tellus Science Museum
  • Georgia Aquarium
  • Fernbank Science Center
  • Georgia Dome
  • Zoo Atlanta
  • Six Flags Over Georgia
  • Delta Flight Museum
  • Andretti Indoor Karting and Games


Southern charm and sophistication are at the heart of the arts experiences waiting to be enjoyed in Atlanta. Fine arts, historic architecture, and stone sculputure will allow students to experience the arts from a new perspective.

  • Michael C. Carlos Museum
  • Stone Mountain Park
  • High Museum of Art
  • Woodruff Arts Center
  • Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
  • Museum of Design Atlanta
  • Center for Puppetry Art
  • High Museum of Art
  • Fox Theatre
  • Historic Oakland Cemetery

Who is this trip for?

Middle School:

Reaching Middle School Minds

At NationsClassroom, we know the minds of tweens are busy trying to figure out the world while getting side tracked by hormones and emotions. Reaching them through experiences that offer the thrill of adventure with the security of trusted adults is the key to a great educational travel experience that they will remember for the rest of their lives.

High School:

A Time of Self-Discovery

The high school years are a time of self discovery. Educational tours with NationsClassroom provide new experiences that will open the minds of yours students and help them dream of new opportunities that they had never conceived before.


When Experience is Everything

Think of any job you've ever had. What training served you well? Best guess is that it was what you experienced on the job. NationsClassroom will give your students hands-on experiences that apply your STEM-based curriculum in meaningful ways. These will be lessons learned that students will be able to build upon for years to come.


Build The Cultural Fabric of Their Lives

When students perform and experience the arts in new places, they build self-esteem, motivation, and self-expression. They also gain cultural exposure, witness social harmony, and develop an appreciation of diversity. A performance tour with NationsClassroom allows students to weave their own experiences into the cultural fabric of their lives.

Teachers, parents, and students rave about NationsClassroom tours


"I have thought about providing our students with a Washington, DC tour for many years. However, I was very concerned with the time commitment and support it would take to make a trip happen. From our first phone call, to your help with my Parent Night, handling all parent payments and finally running our tour I could not be happier. The NationsClassroom staff made my role so much simpler than I could have imagined. As a result, we had 160 students on our first tour that had a great experience. I am sure that the tour will now be a yearly highlight for our school. Thank you."


- Tom N., Social Studies Department Head, Connecticut



"Thank you for an amazing trip to Washington, DC. My friends and I had a great time. My favorite parts were the changing of the guard at Arlington National Cemetery and going up in the Washington Monument. This was my best trip by far and I have been on a lot."


- Sam D., Student, Wisconsin



"I have planned my Washington, DC and New York City tour with just about every student tour company that there is. Hands down, NationsClassroom is the best. Your staff really cares about doing things great and providing my kids with a great trip, year, after year. Every part of the process is done right-your company simply gets it."  


- Susan Q., History Teacher, Texas


"I just returned from an amazing experience with my daughter on her Washington, DC and East Coast school trip with NationsClassroom. I have to say I am very pleased and frankly quite surprised. Companies in other fields can take note of your attention to detail, dedication to providing great service and the passion of your employees. Our tour was very well thought out, the meals were better than I expected and the hotels were very nice. Our check in and check out were both very smooth. Most importantly, your Tour Guide was phenomenal. I don’t know how he was able to relate to everyone so well. He had the students really get involved in what they were seeing and didn’t just talk non-stop. Thank you for a wonderful lifelong memory."


- Dawn M., Parent, California