Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
While in Boston on our Social Studies & American History tours, students feel as though they’re traveling through time to protest the British tea tax. The thoughtful design of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum contextualizes an iconic moment in U.S. history, giving students a visceral understanding of what it was like to dump tea into the Boston Harbor in 1773. Take in the history alongside a realistic replica of an 18th century sailing vessel, and see how the city has grown around this famous site.
Finding home in NYC
Big Apple. Bigger dreams. This is New York uncovered for EF traveler Marissa.
Paying respects in D.C.
Experience an Arlington National Cemetery wreath-laying ceremony through the eyes of middle-schoolers.
Brenda Berkman’s 9/11 story
Retired NYC firefighter Brenda Berkman now works as a volunteer tour guide at the 9/11 Tribute Museum.