TOUR TALK

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"It's just been really amazing seeing all the sites...& going back into time to see what's happened."

"You actually get to see [history] in real life & you can understand it more."

"The trip is not what I expected, it's the best trip I've ever been on."

"I realized how fun it is and how much experience i'm getting...so educationally this is also very fun to do..."

"I got to Washington DC by saving up..."

"I like being here, I don't [want to] go back home..."

"I really liked the Space Museum..."

"You should really go on the New York/D.C. trip..."

I love getting to see the places I've heard about in class and it's not just a textbook anymore, it's a real place.

~ Reagan Smith, Student / Washington, DC Trip

"So far my favorite has been the Sunset Parade at the Iwo Jima monument. My favorite part about it was getting to meet [Gunnery Sergeant Johnson]."

"It's a completely different world on the East Coast..."

"My favorite part of the trip was probably all the museums."

"This was the best trip I've ever had."

"The highlight of the trip was the Holocaust Museum and going to [the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial.]

"My dad served overseas in Iraq in Operation Iraqi Freedom & there was a whole area [in the Smithsonian] just dedicated to that & that was really a great experience for me to see..."

"It was one of the best trips that I've been on & I was really happy that I could take it."

"It was my first time flying on a plane and it was really fun."

"When I first heard about the tour I was really excited because I've never actually been to DC or New York...I couldn't wait and I wanted to [go] the next day."

"This trip is Amazing..."

"School Tours of America is fun!"

"Bringing [the classroom] to life is really different & really fun."

"Going to Gettysburg...gave me more of an affection for all those people [who died]..."

"My favorite part that inspired me was going to the Arlington Memorial, because I got to see my Great Grandfather's grave..."

"I'm really looking forward...[to seeing] Annie on Broadway, because I want to be on Broadway someday."

"It really helps you understand more about history...and helps you learn more."