Washington D.C.

Where can you go and have the chance to see a 20 ft tall statue of President Lincoln, Dorothy;s ruby red slippers, read the original US Constitution and marvel at world class art and architecture? All in a 2 mile radius? Nowhere, except Washington DC! Home to the US government, several national monuments, museums and memorials, Washington DC is a great student destination. Your students will leave not only with an expanded knowledge of US history but with memories to last a lifetime

The saying “the best things in life are free” rarely seems to hold true when exploring a city. But Washington is the exception – many of the attractions are free, so we can help you get a real bang for your buck! Student performing groups have a variety of outdoor performance options that often draw an international crowd to share in the music.  Class trips have the chance to bring all the lessons learned in the classroom to life.

For a big city, Washington D.C. is very compact, which means we can cover a lot of ground as far as experiences go without having to travel great distances. Whether on foot, exploring the monuments or museums or on a bus heading to Georgetown, the Kennedy Center or out to Mt. Vernon your group will be guided safely and efficiently through our nation’s capital and surrounding areas to have an exciting and dynamic trip


  • George Washington’s Mount Vernon *
  • Area Monuments and Memorials *
  • The National Cathedral *
  • Arlington National Cemetery
  • International Spy Museum
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • Library of Congress/Supreme Court
  • National Smithsonian Museums
  • Six Flags America *
  • U.S. Capitol *
  • U.S. Navy Museum *
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Washington National Cathedral *
  • White House

*denotes performance opportunity