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Thank you so much. All of us attending the trip to Atlanta have been singing your praises since our return!! Everything was so organized and personable. We had a great visit and your Son Tours staff were the greatest hosts a group could ever have!! Thank you so much!

Rachel S.,
Ray D. Molo School

I want to thank you for leading such an excellent tour! I felt that this has been the best tour experience our students have enjoyed in years. How refreshing to deal with professionals who plan well and see service as their primary goal. You truly did all you promised to do and renewed my faith in touring.

Bethlehem Lutheran School

Thank you for making my job as group leader so easy! The care which you took in planning our activities and in arranging our lodging and meals was clearly evident. The parents were impressed with the quality of your work. I look forward to traveling with you again.

Pam N.,
Andrew Jackson Middle School

We thank our Son Tours escort who took the time to stand in line for tickets so we did not have to. Thanks for always being one step ahead of us so the tour went smoothly. And thanks for making sure everything was perfect. The care and professionalism you and your staff have shown us, indicates what a top-notched company you have.

Barbara B.,
Marion County School

Built in 1723, this is Boston’s oldest church building. The Old North Church is most famous for its role in the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Two warning lanterns hung in the church steeple on April 15, 1775. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem, The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, published during the Civil War, made both Revere and Old North Church internationally known icons of freedom.

Boston’s place in American history alone makes it worth a visit. To get a good perspective of the city’s layout and history, your students will take a walking tour along the Freedom Trail. Then, try a memorable trip to the U.S.S. Constitution and relive a soldier’s version of what it would have been like to sail aboard the ship.

Boston is more than history though. The shopping is phenomenal (Prudential Center), and you will also visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which has a history dating back 250 years. Across the river from Boston is Cambridge, home of the Ivy League Harvard University. Take a guided tour from an actual Harvard student or simply stop for a souvenir t-shirt.

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  Day One – Itinerary for 3 Day / 2 Night Student Tour of Boston  
  Time Activity Notes  
  AM Arrive in Boston    
    Meet Son Tours representative
local guide for Boston touring
    Freedom Trail walking tour
to Old North Church/Paul Revere House
  12:00p Lunch at Fanueil Hall & Quincy Market at
own expense
  2:00p Bunker Hill Monument    
    Boston Massacre Monument    
    USS Constitution    
    Boston Tea Party    
  6:00p Dinner at Cheers    
  8:00p Check into Hotel/pool time    
  10:00p Security Arrives    
  Day Two – Itinerary for 3 Day / 2 Night Student Tour of Boston  
  Time Activity Notes  
  7:30a Hot breakfast at convenient
  8:30a Depart for Salem    
    Salem Witch Museum Admission    
    Salem Tour with Visitors Center    
  12:00p Lunch in Salem at own expense    
    House of 7 Gables    
  4:00p Depart for Lexington and Concord    
  6:00p Dinner at convenient location    
  8:00p Return to Hotel/pool time    
  10:00p Security Arrives    
  Day Three – Itinerary for 3 Day / 2 Night Student Tour of Boston  
  Time Activity Notes  
  6:30a Hot breakfast at convenient
  7:30a Depart hotel/checkout    
  9:00a Whale Watch    
  1:30p Lunch at own expense    
  2:30p Depart for Harvard University Guided Historic
Tour of Harvard with free time
  6:00p Dinner at convenient location    
  PM Depart for home    

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