Boston educational attractions

Boston Student Educational Tours  May 10, 2015 – 08:01 pm

Boston is a top student educational tour destination. This city is highlighted by world-class museums, amazing historical sites, great shopping, and other great Boston Attractions. One of the most-requested venues includes the Freedom Trail, which has a number of historic sites like the Old North Church and the USS Constitution. Additionally, student groups often opt to visit the New England Aquarium, the Prudential Center, and the Boston Science Museum. Check out a few Boston educational tours below or request one of our customized Boston Educational Tours that fits your needs.


3-Day Boston Educational Tour

This 3-Day Boston Educational Tour is a great way to learn about American History. The Greater Boston area offers many original sites and attractions as well. Plimoth Plantation, located south of Boston, gives student groups the opportunities to see how people lived long before we became a nation. The Lexington & Concord areas have a great view into the beginnings of the American Revolutionary War.

4-Day Boston Educational Tour
You can choose from this Fun-Filled 4 Day Itinerary or request to have a Boston student tour or senior class trip to Boston customized to fit your group's needs. If you would like faster service, call our toll-free number listed above and ask to speak with one of our student travel tour coordinator.

Pilgrims and Patriots Tour
Few cities are as rich with American History as Boston. The days of the American colonies went hand in hand with revolution, and your Pilgrims and Patriots Tour in this amazing city will let you experience it all.

Source: www.adventurestudenttravel.com


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Thanks for the reply! Here's some more info about me:
I'm 24, work in educational publishing, and would transfer to my company's Boston office. I do not know the exact address of the office, but from what I understand, commuting should not be a problem (maybe I'm wrong here? I don't really know....). Yes, I would need access to public transportation. If I move, I will sell my car.
I like to go out occasionally, but I do not have to live near clubs or bars. I would like to feel safe wherever I live. Being close to cultural attractions would be a plus, but not necessary.
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