Boston School Trips

The city of Boston offers several activities for student groups of all ages. There are museums, famous historical sites, and family-friendly entertainment. Your group will never run out of things to see and explore. Boston is well-known for its museums and iconic historical landmarks. Featured museums include the following: the Boston Children’s Museum, the Boston Fire Museum, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, the Gibson House Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Museum of African American History, the Museum of Science, and the U.S.S. Constitution Museum. Each location is fascinating and educational. Historical attractions include: Historic New England, Trinity Church, the Bunker Hill Monument, Old North Church, the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, the Mary Baker Eddy Library, Freedom Trail, and Minuteman National Historical Park. If your student tour wants to be entertained, the city of Boston features a variety of options for you to enjoy. Featured entertainment options include: the Boston Colonial Theater, Fenway Park, New England Aquarium, the Blue Man Group, Battleship Cove, Duck Tours, and Bay Colony Historical Tours. There are also a few haunted Ghost tours offered as well. Bring your student group to this amazing city full of entertainment and a bit of American Revolution history!


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Pilgrims and Patriots

3-Day Boston