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School Trips & Tours New York City

Ask any New Yorker, the ‘Big Apple’ is the best city in the world, and 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! That’s it, it’s time to get ‘Book’lyn!

Curriculum-linked school trips in New York

Searching for an educational tour? Check out our educational trips & tours, built to showcase the best the city has to offer and, of course, tick off a few learning objectives as you go. Ah, it’s hard being this good…
Street art in New York

The Arts

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

Business & economics

Big bucks just roll on in, in the ‘Big Apple’! If you’ve got students looking for an educational trip to New York then check out our itinerary.
Computer on a table

ICT

A bustling hub of all things technological and all things innovation. Inspire your students with an ICT tour to support your learning outcomes.
Microscope on a desk

STEM

Innovators, come on in! New York is where the mathematical meets the everyday and scientists take steps towards our future technologies!
Old dress in a window

Fashion

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.
View from the top of a rock

Geography

Home to the largest urban park, skyscrapers that will drop jaws and possibly THE biggest tourist attractions on the planet! Your geography students will put modules: tourism, urbanisation & trade into practice while they spot the sights!
A film board in the desert

Film & media

From star studded studios, to casting calls and curtain falls. Students will sit in the director’s chair to get a piece of the movie magic! Clapper boards ready, the action is all here.
A view of New York City

Architecture

New York is a combination of ancient bricks that have seen it all and new faces gracing every block. From optical illusions, to bold buildings your architecture students will love New York!

Leisure & tourism

Flashing billboards, tacky keyrings and five-star service. New York is leading the pack when it comes to leisure & tourism, so why shouldn’t your students see it?

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! In the evening students will get the chance to see the Blue Man Group in action & enjoy a backstage pass where they will meet the cast out of costume, enjoy a lighting tutorial, meet the director & get a chance to play with the instruments.

Day 3

Occupy your morning with a Brooklyn Bridge walking tour, where 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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