Student Tour Destinations

Washington DC


Customized tours include the United States Capitol Building, Museums of the Smithsonian Institution, Arlington National Cemetery, Ford's Theatre, monuments and memorials . . . many more sites to choose from.  Tours are planned year-round, but travel in February, October or November to avoid the crowds!

outer banks


Tours include the Wright Brothers Memorial, Roanoke Island Festival Park, Fort Raleigh, the Cape Hatteras Light House, Bodie Island Light House, Ocracoke Island, and many more sites of your choosing.  Add a hands-on experience with a Carolina Ocean Studies Program or a visit to the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education at Corolla.

new york city


Ask any adult who visited this magical city as a student and they will tell you it is one of their most vivid memories.  From the view of the city from the top of the Empire State Building to an optional  Broadway show, this city really delivers.  Amazing museums, the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the National Museum of Immigration - every day of this tour is lived to the fullest.  Include a dinner in Times Square to round out the NYC experience.


Williamsburg & Norfolk


A combination tour of Williamsburg and Norfolk offers a hands-on cultural experience that carries students back in time to the earliest days of the American colonies, combined with an in depth look into our nation's seafaring heritage.  Daytime tours and events at Colonial Williamsburg can be supplemented with exciting nighttime programs in the village.  An included meal in an authentic Williamsburg Tavern is an excellent add-on.  In Norfolk, a visit to Nauticus: The National Maritime Center, and a sailing adventure aboard the American Rover are just two of many exciting experiences for students.

orlando


Orlando - the names says it all!  Customized student tours can include the Disney Theme Parks: The Magic Kingdom, EPCOT Center, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.  Or experience Sea World, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, or one of the many dinner shows that cater to student audiences.

For Seniors, call to find out the details on Universal's Grad Bash, an annual Spring event set over multiple weekends that opens the park for an overnight event exclusively for High School seniors, with all of the park amenities plus music and entertainment just for the event!  

Atlanta


A tour to Atlanta combines Civil War history at Stone Mountain Park or the Cyclorama in Grant Park with technology and science as we tour CNN Studios or experience Fernbank Science Center.  Six Flags Over Georgia theme park is an added boost of fun from Memorial Day to Labor Day!  Baseball?  Student groups love an evening of fun and excitement with the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.  Another not-to-miss attraction - the Georgia Aquarium, in the heart of the city.

charleston


This beautiful city in the heart of the deep South features a wide array of sites and attractions that appeal to student groups!  Cruise to Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, for a ranger-led program on the Civil War.  Explore Patriot's Point, home to a submarine, a Coast Guard cutter, and the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier.  Overnight stays for groups aboard the Yorktown are a memorable adventure for students and adults alike!  Of course there is the South Carolina Aquarium, the Old Charleston Market, the USS Hunley Museum, the schooner Pride . . . the list goes on and on.   


Every tour is customized to fit the needs of your group!  The tours listed above are just a sampling of our most popular educational student tours.  Give us you destination and your dates, and we will plan an educational student tour exclusively for your group!

Full Service Tour Planning:

  • Late-model deluxe chartered motorcoaches
  • Professional Group Travel Tour Director on every coach
  • Quality, student-friendly hotels
  • Admissions to all attractions
  • Meals suited to the wishes of the group
  • Overnight dedicated security at every hotel