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Boston / New England

Making Boston a one-time center for America’s social and political change, Bostonians blazed a trail of freedom from colony to independence. From literary icons like Thoreau, Longfellow and Hawthorne to the historical sites along the Freedom Trail where colonists like Samuel Adams gathered to proclaim their rights, Boston is a treasure trove of American history. Students will gain a deeper understanding of how American sensibilities evolved.

Highlights

  • Boston Common

  • Old North Church

  • Concord

  • Bunker Hill Monument

  • Walden Pond

  • Salem Witch Museum

  • Boston Museum Of Science

  • Lexington Green

  • Plimoth Plantation

  • State House

  • New England Aquarium

  • North Bridge

  • Mayflower Ii

  • Freedom Trail

  • House of The Seven Gables

Sample Itinerary

Day:1
02:00 PM
Arrival in Salem. Join Tour Guide at the Salem Witch Museum.
Day:1
02:05 PM
Tour of Salem and admission to the Salem Witch Museum.
Day:1
03:30 PM
Visit Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables.
Day:1
06:00 PM
Dinner at Brother's Restaurant & Deli.
Day:1
07:30 PM
Enjoy a haunted ghost tour of Salem.
Day:2
08:00 AM
Breakfast at your hotel.
Day:2
10:00 AM
View the U.S.S Constitution and enjoy a walking tour of Boston's North end.
Day:2
11:30 AM
Visit the Bunker Hill Monument.
Day:2
12:30 PM
Shopping and browsing at Quincy Market with time for lunch at your expense.
Day:2
02:00 PM
Guided tour of historic Boston (Freedom Trail). Your tour will include: State House, Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, site of the first public school and Old North Church.
Day:2
06:00 PM
Dinner at Hard Rock Café.
Day:2
08:00 PM
Attend a theatre performance of "Shear Madness". Tickets are subject to availability and are in ADDITION TO TOUR COST.
Day:3
08:00 AM
Breakfast at your hotel.
Day:3
10:00 AM
Visit the Minuteman Statue and begin a guided tour of Lexington and Concord following the trail of Paul Revere's ride.
Day:3
01:00 PM
Time for lunch at your expense.
Day:3
02:00 PM
Admission to the Boston Museum of Science.
Day:3
05:30 PM
Dinner at Fire & Ice.
Day:3
07:30 PM
Enjoy an evening swim in your hotel's indoor pool.
Day:4
08:00 AM
Breakfast at your hotel.
Day:4
10:00 AM
Visit Harvard Square and Cambridge.
Day:4
01:00 PM
Admission to the New England Aquarium.
Day:4
01:10 PM
Time for lunch at your expense.
Day:4
03:30 PM
Visit the John F Kennedy Library.
Day:4
06:00 PM
Dinner at Bertucci's - Faneuil Hall.
Day:4
08:00 PM
View Boston from the Prudential Center Skywalk (pending availability).
Day:5
08:00 AM
Breakfast at your hotel and check out.
Day:5
10:30 AM
Visit Plymouth Rock and the Grist Mill. The mill is a reconstruction of the original mill built by the Pilgrims in 1636. Located on the original site, it is one of the first water-power driven grist mills in the country that is still in operation.
Day:5
11:30 AM
Visit Plimoth Plantation, a reconstruction of the Pilgrim Village as it appeared in 1627.
Day:5
12:00 PM
Time for lunch at your expense.
Day:5
03:00 PM
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