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3 nights accom. & travel  for 40 students and 4 staff

Equity School travel to Boston

School trips to Boston

Rich in history and architecturally grand, Boston offers educational opportunities in buckets. One of America's oldest cities, it was founded by freedom-seeking Puritans back in 1630 and four centuries later, is still a centre for cultural and social change.

Visit the Tea Party Ships, which moored on the ocean alongside a spanking new museum provide a colourful insight into the protest against a British tax on tea - a key event in the American revolution, or go to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology and follow the history of the North American Indian.

Not that it's all about the past. You can give students a thrill with a high-speed catamaran trip to watch humpback, finback, and minke whales frolic in the Atlantic at Stellwagen Bank, or take a trip to Fenway Park, the USA's oldest baseball park, to watch the Red Sox play.

N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote >>

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Below is a sample of excursions Equity can organise for school your trip to Boston - for subject specific excursions have a look at the
recommended educational trips for Boston

Freedom Trail Tour

This 2.5 mile walking tour takes you on a journey of 16 historically significant sites – each one an authentic treasure. Explore King’s Chapel, the Benjamin Franklin statue, The Old State House, the site of the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party and the USS Constitution.

Old State House Museum

Visit this National historic treasure and experience the American Revolution through the eyes of the people that lived it, in the place it all began. The Old State House Museum is a must see destination.

Paul Revere House

On the night of April 18, 1775, silversmith Paul Revere left his small wooden home in Boston's North End and set out on a journey that would make him into a legend. Today that home is still standing at 19 North Square and has become a national historic landmark.

USS Constitution and Museum

Serving as a reminder and educational voice of USS Constitution, this museum collects, preserves and interprets the stories of "Old Ironsides" and the people associated with her. The Museum ensures that the stories of USS Constitution and those who shaped her history are never forgotten, always remain relevant, and inspire as many people as possible.

Fenway Park

Take your students to the home of the famous Boston Red Sox, at the oldest Major League Baseball ground in the USA! Soak up the atmosphere of a game and taste the iconic 'Fenway Frank'.

Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum

This museum will transport you on an incredible journey back in time as you take part in the famous event that forever changed the course of American History! You’ll have an all-encompassing, multi-sensory experience in this one-of-a-kind museum.

Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market

Located close to the waterfront, the historic Faneuil Hall building has become an iconic symbol of the city of Boston. Hosting numerous political speeches at the height of the American Revolution from the likes of Samuel Adams and James Otis who encouraged independence from Great Britain, Faneuil Hall played a pivotal role in the founding of modern America. Today Faneuil Hall is a bustling marketplace, alongside neighbouring Quincy Market, housing boutiques, well-known outlet stores, cafes and restaurants. A perfect way to mix history and retail history, all at the same time!

Skywalk Observatory

There’s no better way to see the skyline of Boston than at the top of Boston’s Skywalk Observatory. With breathtaking panoramic views of the city, on a clear day, you can even see up to 100 miles away. Your experience will be enhanced with a state-of-the-art audio guided tour detailing Boston’s points of historical and cultural interest.

Boston Duck Boat Sightseeing Tour

One of the most unique ways to see the city of Boston is on a Duck Boat Sightseeing Tour. Hop onboard this amphibious vehicle which starts on land and ends up sailing down the Charles River for some of the best views of the city’s landmarks.

Harvard University Tour

One of North America’s most prestigious universities, Harvard University is a great way for your group to experience a day in the life of an American student. Group tours are conducted by Harvard’s very own charismatic students, who will lead you around the Harvard Yard, providing a history of the university and what life’s like on campus. Tours last approximately one hour.

Whale Watching Cruise

Hop onboard an unforgettable whale watching cruise, which will certainly be the highlight of your trip to Boston. Set sail from the mouth of Massachusetts Bay into the Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary, which is a rich feeding ground for whales, dolphins and sea birds. You’ll have a good chance of spotting several different species of marine life including humpback, pilot and finback whales.

Quick Tip: If you have an excursion in mind which you don't see listed, please get in touch so we can do our best to arrange it for you!

Boston Accommodation

Midtown Hotel Boston

Midtown Hotel Boston

  • Central location
  • Spacious rooms

The Midtown Hotel Boston is perfectly located and an ideal base to explore the attractions.

Location: This hotel is centrally located in Boston close to the main attractions and restaurants and only a short airport transfer to Boston Logan Airport.

Facilities: TV, Safety deposit box, en-suite rooms, free WiFi.

Accommodation: Single rooms and rooms with 2 double beds.

Meals: Room only ? breakfast available in a local diner subject to supplement.

Hostelling International Boston

Hostelling International Boston

  • Central location
  • Breakfast included

This 2* hotel is centrally located in Boston close to the main attractions including The Freedom Trail, Skywalk Observatory and Quincy Market.

Location: Close to main attractions, short airport transfer to Boston Airport.

Facilities: Free WiFi, common rooms with meeting space, pool table, free luggage storage, library and TV room.

Accommodation: Single rooms with en-suite or shared bathrooms on request. Dorm rooms for students with shared bathrooms.

Meals: Breakfast included.

Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.

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Recommended Educational Trips to Boston

Equity can recommend Boston for the following subjects- click on the boxes for more information about subject specific itineraries and excursions.