As one of the oldest American cities, Boston offers the best of the past, present, and future. Your Boston trip begins at the beginning of colonial history. With endless options, you can choose to explore Mayflower sites at Plymouth Plantation to give your students a taste of the rich history that began centuries ago or head North to learn about the Salem witch trials. Then, take a tour of Boston Common and walk where founding fathers walked before. Your students will love seeing the Boston Tea Party brought to life by visiting the ship sites and museum. If you’re looking to combine various historical sites in your tour, consider walking The Freedom Trail. This 2.5-mile walk will take you past 16 historical Boston sites. While the “Bean Town” is rich with history, don’t forget to hit some of the more modern areas as well. The aquarium, Fenway Park, JFK Library and museum, and Harvard allow you to add something new to the tour. You can easily give your group a taste of the past as well as a glimpse of the future. With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that every **history teacher loves this trip! Customizing your school tours is what eduStar emphasizes. No matter how long you’re staying, design your student trips to Boston to suit your needs.

Customized Itinerary

While on this amazing **school tour to Boston, you and your students may see:

Boston Common »

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum»

Bunker Hill Monument »

Faneuil Hall/ Quincy Market »

Fenway Park »

Freedom Trail »

Harvard University »

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum »

Lexington and Concord »

Mayflower II »

New England Aquarium »

Plimouth Plantation »

The Old South Meeting House »

The Old State House »

Paul Revere House »

Skywalk Observatory »

USS Constitution / Old Ironsides »

Salem Witch Museum »

Subjects for School Trips to Boston

If while on this educational tour to Boston, you are focusing on a special subject matter, eduSTAR can provide you and your group with any of the following:



  • Beacon Hill
  • Underground Railroad
  • Museum of African American History


  • Harvard University
  • Boston College
  • Boston University
  • Northeast University
When on your student tour to Boston, you may also consider adding on New York City.

At eduSTAR, we can customize your itinerary to make your school travel experience well worth it!