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History trips to Boston

Boston is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and an amazing city to visit for students studying History & Politics - playing a key role in the American Revolution.

Boston played a key role in the American Revolution, which groups can discover by following the famous Freedom Trail. The 2.5-mile walking route is punctuated by key historic sites telling the story of the nation’s founding.

The city has a rich and diverse history that overspills into a variety of subject areas too, from Boston Ghost Tours and the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, to visiting Cambridge & Harvard university or going on a Boston Red Sox Tour.

Boston is an excellent destination to explore independently, but also great to combine as part of a multi-centre trip alongside New York, Washington or even Philadelphia. Why not visit Boston for your next History student trip, or take a look below for more inspiration.

Itineraries

Sixth Form

Day 1

Morning

Depart UK

Afternoon

Arrive Boston and check in to accommodation

Evening

Free time for orientation and restaurant evening meal

Day 2

Morning

Freedom Trail guided walking tour

Afternoon

Visit the USS Constitution and Museum

Evening

Restaurant evening meal

Day 3

Morning

Discover more of the area with a Cambridge and Harvard walking tour

Afternoon

Visit to the famous Boston Tea Party Ships and the Museum.

Evening

Restaurant evening meal

Day 4

Morning

Free time for last minute sightseeing around Faneuil Hall and shopping

Afternoon

Depart Boston for overnight flight

Day 5

Morning

Arrive UK

Accommodation

Quick Quote

Always available, went out of their way to help us when a student had her passport stolen 3 day before the trip.

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