Other Tours

These tours are the perfect compliment to your classroom curriculum or goals.

From hands-on history excursions to tours focusing on theatre and dance, you will be immersed in some of our greatest national treasures.

A few of our most popular tours include:

History

Literally every tour is an interactive lesson in history. Our history theme tours allow students to walk in the footsteps of their famous American ancestors and role-play and relive historical events. They learn the effects of these events on our present-day governance and discover their own role in shaping America's destiny.

Science

Our popular Science programs take place in the Florida Keys, Washington, DC and New York City. With the Expedition Habitats program, students are not confined by the four walls of a classroom and will instead be immersed in our most exotic locale in the Florida Keys.  Our CSI Tours plan a trail of clues for your students around DC and NYC involving space, espionage and the world down under.  

Performance

From competitive festivals to private performances to our extraordinary dance, musical, acting and choir workshops, your group will receive a once in a lifetime performance opportunity. Let our staff handle all the details of this memorable experience so you can focus on the important task of preparing your students for their performance.

Theatre & Broadway

Our theatre, musical tours and workshops bring your students face to face with some of the country's finest talents to give them a unique, behind-the-scene look at Broadway's famed theatre district, dance companies and musical performers. Students witness world-class performances and actually work with some of these performers and their coaches to hone their own artistic skills.

Sample Itineraries

Colonial Heritage (grades 4-6)

Experience first hand the birthplace of many of the ideals which forged American democracy. What better way to do this than to participate in interactive history programs such as militia drills, glass blowing, multi-cultural story telling and visiting relevant historical site.

Colonial Williamsburg