Tours

  • Atlanta, a historical and yet very contemporary city, is the heart of the South and home of famous ‘Gone with the Wind’ author, Margaret Mitchell. The city’s newest addition is the Georgia Aquarium, the world’s largest. With 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water, and more than 100,000 animals representing 500 species from around Read More…

  • 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 Read More…

  • Long before it was the massive centre it is today, Toronto, Huron for ‘meeting place’, was an important trading hub. Still living up to its name, Canada’s largest city is a meeting place of more than 100 diverse cultures. Situated along the northern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto mirrors New York City and consists of Read More…

  • Some areas of Charleston still reflect the three-hundred-year-old history of this coastal city. Charleston’s Historic District encompasses over 2000 historic buildings; the city and surrounding areas have a multitude of plantation houses, some of which are still in use today. The Boone Hall is one such plantation that is still cultivating some of its original Read More…

  • Chicago is a business as well as a tourism center, with world-renowned shopping, dining, museums, architecture, theater, music and more. Chicago offers a range of attractions that include the Sears Tower, Navy Pier and the Museum of Science and Industry. Nearby Schaumburg regales visitors with the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, a recreation featuring knights Read More…

  • Gatlinburg is known as one of the gateway cities to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a popular draw from across the country. Explore the new 1.3 million gallon Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, ride the country’s largest aerial tram to the top of Ober Gatlinburg. For those students interested in getting a glimpse of Read More…

  • So many areas of the city and its environs – French Quarter, Faubourg Marigny, Garden District, Uptown, Algiers, swamplands and beyond – have their own unique heritage and flavor. And each has special stories to tell; some are about history, culture, architecture or art. Some reveal legends of music; others explore the region’s nature, wildlife Read More…

  • New York City is a world icon. Superb architecture, the world’s greatest theatre district, some of the most renowned galleries and museums anywhere, eclectic neighborhoods, cultural events and fantastic restaurants—New York City has it all. Your students can attend a myriad of shows, from Broadway to off-Broadway. To experience the outdoors in the heart of Read More…

  • In addition to the major theme parks and water parks of Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, Florida provides a wide variety of educational options as well. You can learn about the space shuttles at Kennedy Space Center or swim with the dolphins at Discovery Cove. Even dining can become an adventure in Orlando. Theme Read More…

  • Famous as the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the cradle of liberty offers much more than cobblestone streets and historical landmarks. The fifth-largest city in the country, Philadelphia is a welcoming place, a city based on freedom of expression. The Declaration of Independence was signed and created in Philadelphia and this Read More…

  • Famous as the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the cradle of liberty offers much more than cobblestone streets and historical landmarks. The fifth-largest city in the country, Philadelphia is a welcoming place, a city based on freedom of expression. The Declaration of Independence was signed and created in Philadelphia and this Read More…

  • A city steeped in history, San Antonio is a destination not to be missed. The Alamo, one of the more famous Texas landmarks and site of a legendary battle that included such American icons as Davey Crockett and James Bowie, will be the most well known site to your students. The San Antonio IMAX Theatre Read More…

  • You’ve taken the city tour and sampled some great Lowcountry cuisine, so now it’s time to get a closer look at some of Savannah’s magnificent architecture and 21 splendid squares. Savannah’s historic district is designated by a collection of squares that encompass the area from Forsyth Park, East Broadway Street and Martin Luther King Jr Read More…

  • Missouri is a river state where people once traveled by water, boasting natural beauty and numerous legends, including the adventure of Lewis & Clark and the tales of Mark Twain. Once a gateway city to the west, St. Louis is today a cosmopolitan city filled with fashionable restaurants such as Blueberry Hill. Your students can Read More…

  • Washington, D.C., is the Federal Capital of the United States of America. This city contains an incredible array of attractions that aren’t found elsewhere in the country. Among the attractions are a series of memorials and monuments, such as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. While the Smithsonian Institution has Read More…

  • Come see where America began — Virginia’s Historic Triangle: Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. Colonial Williamsburg, the seat of power of England’s largest and most prosperous colony, was capital of Virginia from 1699 to 1780. Visit Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in the “New World,” established in 1607. 2007 will mark the 400th anniversary of Read More…