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Ask any New Yorker, the ‘Big Apple’ is the best city in the world, who are we to argue? Times Square, Central Park, the Rockefeller Centre, the list goes on and on! It’s not called the city that never sleeps for nothing! There really are more activities in this group travel destination than you can shake a stick at!

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Searching for an educational tour? Take a look at the main attractions New York city has to offer by subject!
THE ARTS

BROADWAY

It’s the epitome of glitz and glamour and has engulf pretty much anyone who has ever visited the ‘Big Apple.’ Do your theatrical students a favour and take them to see a Broadway show!

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ENGLISH

LIBRARY

Visit the New York library, one of the most celebrated in the United states. The library is home to over 53,000,000 books and educational items- surely enough to keep your students quiet!

ALL ENGLISH TOURS
HISTORY & POLITICS

UNITED NATIONS

Take a guided tour of the United Nations, after your tour your students will get the opportunity to have a United Nationals expert talk to them and provide an in-depth look into the latest issues on the UN’s agenda.

ALL HISTORY TOURS
RELIGIOUS STUDIES

JEWISH MUSEUM

The Jewish Heritage Museum is home to a mixture of temporary exhibitions, public programs and unique collections. All of which will give students huge insights into religious variances.

ALL RELIGIOUS TOURS
FASHION & DESIGN

MACY'S

Fashion & design students will be swooning over a trip to Macy’s. Speak to an expert about organising a guided tour, so your students can get up close and personal with buying and shop floor activities.

ALL FASHION & DESIGN TOURS
MUSIC

STRAWBERRY FIELD

Strawberry Field, Central Park- a must see for any music student! Strawberry Fields is a 2.5 acre area of Central Park that pays tribute to the late Beatle, John Lennon, singer, songwriter, musician and peace activist.

ALL MUSIC TOURS

Not sure where to start?

Don’t worry, leave it to the experts! Take a look at our sample itinerary below. Don’t forget we tailor make itineraries to suit your curriculum objectives.

Day 1

Land at JFK and hop straight on your preorganised transfer. Settle into your centrally located accommodation and then head out for an afternoon of fun! Take a trip on the Staten Island Ferry to spot the Statue of liberty in all her glory! Head out for your evening meal, up for a slice? Why not opt in for a pizza making session- New York, not Italian!

Day 2

In the morning, your group will visit the 9/11 Tribute Centre Education program. Students will have time to reflect on the devastating effects of the 9/11 disaster. In the afternoon, visit the world renowned MoMA Museum of Modern Art, chock full of famous and up and coming exhibitions! 

Day 3

Occupy your morning with a Brooklyn bridge walking tour, your guide will fill you in on little known facts about the huge structure. Later on, visit one of the many view points in the city: The Rockefeller Centre, The Empire State Building, or the Trade Centre observation deck. Fancy getting in on the action? You and your students can enjoy a New York Rangers game!

Day 4

Get in on the action by visiting Wall Street right at the start of the working day! Then take a wander through one of the most impressive libraries in the world: The New York Central library. Then enjoy some free time to explore the city, before catching your transfer and returning home.
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