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School Trips to Boston, MA

Experience a Revolution

The past and the present live along side each other in Boston, giving students a unique opportunity to make connections not possible in the classroom. Boston is best known as the home of revolutionary ideas that inspired a new nation.


Today, it is a cultural and economic hub that offers your students the chance to be at the center of it all, from tea ships to technology labs. 


Are you ready to provide a hands on learning experience for your students?

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Sample Itineraries

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Boston Class Trip Itinerary

From the Plimoth & Pawtuxet Museum to the Old North Church,  this tour offers the best of New England.

4 Days, 3 Nights
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Boston, NYC, & DC Itinerary

Visit the best sites along the historic East Coast with this week-long tour that can be customized for your group.

7 Days, 6 Nights


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Build Your Own

Take in a game at Fenway Park or add a whale watching excursion to your East Coast tour. 

Air Travel Available


For Groups of 30+


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

Bus Travel Available


For Groups of 160+


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


A class trip to Boston is one of the best ways to bring history to life for your students. The past and the present live along side each other in Boston, giving students a unique opportunity to make connections not possible in the classroom. The Freedom Trail passes 16 historic sights from Colonial and Revolutionary times, or visit the sight of "shot heard around the world" at the Minute Man National Historical Park. On land or sea, your students will remember the lessons learned in Boston for a lifetime.

  • U.S.S. Constitution and Museum
  • Freedom Trail
  • John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Paul Revere House
  • Old North Church
  • Fenway Park
  • Minute Man Historical Park
  • Boston Tea Party Ships
  • Plimoth & Pawtuxet Museum (formally, Plimoth Plantation)
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The most prestigueous higher-education institutions are in Boston's backyard, making it a great place for students to learn from hands-on experiences. The city's harbor also provides opportunities to explore STEM connections between land and sea. Visit and you'll know why Boston is called the "hub" of the New England.

  • New England Aquarium
  • Museum of Science
  • Boston Harbor Whale Watching
  • Boston Harbor Islands
  • Prudential Tower
  • Museum of Natural History
  • Boston Navy Yard
  • Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
  • MIT Edgerton Center
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Boston is known for its elegance and sophisitcation, a reputation earned thanks to its many art museums, well-designed public spaces, and performance arts district. From the street level or the stage, students will enjoy opening their hearts to the arts in Boston.

  • Boston Common
  • Public Gardens
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museu
  • Hatch Memorial Shell
  • Blue Man Group
  • Symphony Hall
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • MIT Visual Arts Center
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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.

Teachers, Parents, and Students Trust NationsClassroom 


"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