STUDENTS DO BOSTON
North And South Shore
So Much History… So Much Fun!!!!!
This student tour is packed with fun and educational experiences. Begin the trip with to Plimoth Plantation and see life in 1627 New England played out by costumed Pilgrims and Native Americans. On day two, visit the Salem Witch Museum to learn all about the famous witch trials. Then tour the 1613 House of Seven Gables, the mansion that inspired Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Boston, go back in time as you march down the Freedom Trail, and learn all about life in the 18th century on a guided walking tour. Chow down on dinner at the Hard Rock Café, and then catch a show at an I-MAX theatre. On the last day, go to the Minuteman National Park and visit the bridge where the “shot heard around the world” was fired. Next, go to the Lexington Battle Green, where the Revolutionary War began. Complete your trip at the Concord Museum, which features Revolutionary War artifacts, a gallery on Thoreau, and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s study.
Three Days / Two Nights
April – October