The most photographed city of the world, with over 60 million tourists every year invites you on an adventure like no other. Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Madame Tussauds, Times Square, United Nations, Museum of Natural History are amongst the few you get to experience.
Some of the most commonly visited attractions in New York by school groups are:
- Statue of Liberty
- Empire State Building
- Madame Tussauds
- Times Square
- United Nations
- Ground Zero
- Wall Street
- 5th Avenue
Other attractions for inquisitive minds are:
- Museum of Natural History
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Mathematics Museum
One can spend several days just strolling the halls of magnificent DC Museums, though a brief flavor can be had in a couple.
While in DC, the focal point is the National Mall, a formal green space containing the Washington Monument and other memorials commemorating wars and august Americans from Abraham Lincoln to Martin Luther King Jr. Also on the Mall are the Museum of Natural History, Air and Space Museum and other free Smithsonian Institution museums dedicated to art, history and culture. You would want to at least visit:
- The Capitol
- White House
- Lincoln Memorial
- Smithsonian Air & Space Museum
If you have both Washington, D.C. and Niagara Falls in your trip, then the Hershey Chocolate World is a must visit.
EXPLORE THE MANY WONDERS OF CHOCOLATE at the first HERSHEY’S CHOCOLATE WORLD Attraction located in CHOCOLATETOWN, USA – Hershey, Pennsylvania! Treat yourself to an assortment of one-of-kind experiences and discover the sweetest feeling of pure happiness. An amazing blend of delicacies and adventure, it is the perfect stop for lunch on a long road trip.
One of the most breathtaking spectacles of the world, the Niagara Falls is located on the border between Ontario, Canada, and New York state, America. When visiting the site, a ride on the boat ‘Maid of the Mist’ helps students soak in the experience. They also get to observe the Falls by the night. Our students also visit the hydro-power station and learn the science behind hydro-electricity generation.
From the Iconic South Beach to the Thriller High Speed Boat ride through the Biscayne Bay, Miami has a lot to offer. Students will have the opportunity to soak in the grandeur of one of the richest cities of the East Coast and experience laid back culture that Florida is so famous for.
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. The key role it played in the American Revolution is highlighted on the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking route of historic sites that tells the story of the nation’s founding. Along with Harvard University and MIT, makes it the perfect addition to your trip.
A typical day in Boston would include the Freedom Trail walking tour, the world famous Boston DUCK TOUR, workshop at the MIT Museum and tour of Harvard University.