New York City Student Travel

Student Tours to New York City

Welcome to “The Big Apple.”  Once the first capital of the United States, now this great city is known as the capital of the world. When entering this island of 13.4 miles long and 2.3 miles wide, you and your students will be amazed at all of the action in NYC.  Whether it’s drama on Broadway, finance on Wall Street, fashion on 7th Avenue or museums on the “Museum Mile,” this truly is the “city that never sleeps.”

When you bring your class to New York, you’re bringing them to one of the most culturally rich places on the planet. There’s so much to do and see here that any NYC trips for students are sure to be memorable.  When it comes to NYC senior class trips, you’re sure to discover why the city is one of the best places to celebrate. Take your students on one of our art tours to see one of the many incredible Museums located in New York City including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art and others! Or you can see a Broadway show and even take a drama workshop while on one of our drama tours. You’ll be able to experience so much of what the Big Apple has to offer including shopping, site seeing, sampling all the delicious food and everything in between. You’re sure to find that the capital of the world lives up to its name!

Plan your class trip to New York City for your school. Get started and request a free tour quote today or call one of our coordinators.

 


Customized Itinerary

While on your student tour, there are plenty of places to visit in New York City, including:

9/11 Memorial »

Apollo Theater »

Central Park »

Chinatown and Little Italy »

Empire State Building »

Federal Reserve Bank of NY »

Financial District »

Famous 5th Avenue »

Fashion Institute of Technology »

Grand Central Terminal »

Harlem »

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum »

Macy’s »

Metropolitan Museum of Art »

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) »

Museum of American Finance »

Museum of Natural History »

Parsons School of Design »

Radio City Music Hall »

Rockefeller Center »

St. Patrick’s Cathedral »

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island »

Times Square and the Broadway District »

Top Of The Rock »

Whitney Museum »

Subjects for School Trips to New York City

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

 

DRAMA

  • See one or more Broadway Shows
  • Meet the cast after the show
  • Drama workshop
  • Radio City Music Hall

ART

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • The Guggenheim Museum
  • Museum of Modern Art (“MoMA”)
  • Whitney Museum of American Art

BUSINESS

  • Wall Street and Financial District
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Federal Reserve Bank of NY
  • Museum of American Finance
  • View of the NASDAQ

AFRICAN AMERICAN

  • Harlem
  • Apollo Theater
  • Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
  • United Nations

FASHION

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art and view “The Fashion in Art”
  • Fashion Institute of Technology (“F.I.T”)
  • Parsons School of Design
  • Garment Center shops
  • Tour of Macy’s
  • Lower East Side Tenement Museum

HISTORY

  • Trinity Church, Federal Hall and South Street Seaport
  • Museum of Natural History
  • Grand Central Terminal
  • United Nations
  • Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum

MUSIC

  • See one or more Broadway Shows
  • Tour of Radio City Music Hall
  • Band or choir performance in NYC
  • Cathedral of St. John The Divine

CULINARY ARTS

  • Tour and lunch at French Culinary Institute
  • Chelsea Market / Meatpacking District
  • Little Italy and Chinatown market
  • History of Fulton Fish Market

SENIOR CLASS TRIP

  • Shopping on 5th Avenue
  • Chill out in Central Park
  • Broadway play or ballgame (optional)
  • Six Flags Great Adventure (optional)
  • Group photo in Times Square

SPORTS/MARKETING

  • Tour of Madison Square Garden
  • Yankee Stadium or Citi Field Tour
  • Macy’s Department Store
  • Wall Street and Financial District

COLLEGE TOURS

  • New York University
  • Columbia University
  • Fordham University
When traveling to New York City, you may also want to consider adding on Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, or Washington D.C.