Featured Destination: Boston, Massachusetts

In Boston, Massachusetts, you’ll find exciting activities and educational programming for students of all interests and of all ages. “Beantown” is a city with rich history, amazing restaurants, and so much to do! Here are some of our favorite go-to destinations.

Boston Duck Tours are one of Boston’s most popular tourist excursions. The tour begins on land, passing through some of Boston’s most iconic landmarks, including the State House, Bunker Hill, Boston Common, and more! Students will love exploring the city of Boston on land, and splashing into the Charles River for breathtaking views of the Boston skyline.

The Boston Museum of Science has interactive exhibits, IMAX films, Planetarium shows, and much more for students of all ages. Learn about everything from mental health to wind, dinosaurs to the cosmos, and nanotechnology to visible light. Explore the Charles Hayden Planetarium, the Butterfly Garden, or  the Live Animal Care Center.

Students will be thrilled to experience the New England Aquarium! Meet little blue penguins, giant sea turtles, sea lions, seals, octopi, and so much more! Go for a whale watch, visit their IMAX theater, or meet seals up close and personal through their Animal Encounters program.

The historic Quincy Market (also known as the Faneuil Hall Market) will be a destination loved by students and chaperones alike. You can find the big brands you know and love alongside unique pushcart vendors and amazing eateries. While you’re there, be sure to try some authentic New England clam chowder!

Baseball fans will treasure taking a tour of “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark,” Fenway Park! Their interactive educational tour explores American history and pop culture, and incorporates learning scenarios in mathematics, history, health, and science.

The Freedom Trail takes students along a 2.5 mile route with 16 historically significant sites – from meetinghouses, to churches, and to burying grounds. Explore the history of the American Revolution right where it began – in Boston, Massachusetts. What better way to learn about the Revolution than to explore its roots up close and personal!?

Learn more about America’s rich history at the USS Constitution Museum. Visit the USS Constitution ship in dry dock for her “first major restoration in over twenty years” – a once in a generation opportunity! Learn about life as a sailor as the War of 1812 was declared, past restorations to the Constitution, the bloody battle of the Constitution versus the Java, and more.

Interested in any of these destinations, or other destination in Boston, or elsewhere? Suburban Tours can handle every detail, from start to finish. Book your student tour today and take the summer to relax! Contact Suburban Tours at 401-723-6770.

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