One of the oldest and most historic cities in North America, Boston is aptly known as the “Cradle of Liberty” and is world-renowned for its history and heritage. Keep reading to learn why students won’t be able to do anything other than have an unforgettably thrilling time while visiting “The City on a Hill.”
Upon exploring Boston, students will encounter a very European feel of fascinating culture, diversity, arts and history. With its amazing blend of modern city life combined with attractions dedicated to proudly preserving the area’s history, student groups with multiple interest will have something to explore.
Performance opportunities also abound! Choose from exciting venues like Faneuil Hall, Quincy Marketplace and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, or Norumbega Point at Weston Nursing Home and the Prudential Center.
Of course, no tour of Boston is complete without a visit along the Freedom Trail. Here, students could follow 18th-century costumed historians through more than two miles of a beautifully preserved historic section of Boston. Student groups will enjoy visiting 16 historically significant sites in American History, including museums, churches, meeting houses and burial grounds, each one an authentic and unique treasure. Along the way, learn about the country’s forefathers who shaped our nation and discover the story of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston—where every step tells a story.
Throughout its remarkable history, Boston has endured, grown, prospered and evolved through passing generations. Millions of dollars have been invested back into the city over the recent decades to ensure the Boston skyline continues to transform and grow. With rich history, diverse neighborhoods, a legacy of arts, culture and education, Boston is a great destination for educational travel.
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