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Boston Educational Field Trips


Educational Trips - Have your students experience colonial charm in the city that is considered the hub of New England.  The city began as a homesteading community and became the location of the biggest political change to establish a new nation.  Boston is rich in historical offerings all the way back to the American Revolution War.  Visit Paul Revere’s House, the Boston Tea Party Ship, the Old North Church, The Freedom Trail, USS Constitution during the day.

At night watch the city come alive with modern-day entertainment by taking a visit to the Harborwalk or by catching a major league sporting event.  The city host many annual events that need no introduction or explanation; The Boston Marathon, The 4th of July, or First Night.  Exploring the city will allow you to see many cultural neighborhoods through different time period of United States history.

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