Boston

Boston, one of the oldest cities in the United States, attracts millions of people each year. Boston has been the scene for several key events throughout the history of our country. Some of the most renowned and highly ranked universities in the world are located in or near Boston, such as Harvard, MIT and Tufts, making this city a leader in higher education and innovation.

Student groups will have many educational opportunities in this history-rich city. The Freedom Trail Walking tour will lead groups to no less than 11 historical sites including the famous Faneuil Hall. Now a marketplace and meeting hall, Faneuil Hall was a site for speeches by Samuel Adams and James Otis, encouraging independence from Great Britain. Student groups will also enjoy a visit to the New England Aquarium, John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library, Museum of Science and more.

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When planning your trip to Boston, we encourage you to include some of these recommended attractions in your itinerary for the best experience.

Attractions

  • Faneuil Hall *
  • Boston Commons *
  • Boston Public Library
  • Duck Tours
  • Harbor Cruises
  • Freedom Trail Foundation
  • Ghosts and Gravestones of Boston
  • J. F. Kennedy Presidential Library *
  • Museum of Science
  • New England Aquarium
  • Spirit Cruises
  • Top of the Hub Restaurant & Skywalk *
  • Prudential Center Mall *
  • Edward M Kennedy Institute *

*denotes performance opportunity