Live The Dream with a visit to the MLK Monument as part of a Washington,
DC student tour.
Take your class to the
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Explore Southern Historywith a class trip to Atlanta, Savannah or Charleston.Tour one or all with ET
Expand Student Horizons with a class trip to San Francisco, New Orleans or Boston. Fly there with Ed Tours.
Explore St. Augustine The nation`s
oldest city is one of our most popular Educational
Experience the drama of the 911
Memorial on a class trip to New York
Take your class on an Overnight Stay and sleep under a rocket at Kennedy Space Center. It`s a blast of a trip!
Bring history to life for your class with a visit to Ellis
Island & Statue of Liberty in New
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Teachers and Sponsors from schools in West Palm Beach have been scheduling their class tours to Washington, D.C. in the winter months for a while. Although the weather is colder than spring, the upside is less congestion in the nation’s … Continue reading →
Consider Visit to Kennedy Space Center For Students Florida Today reports that Kennedy Space Center has now topped all other major attractions based on social media ratings. According to the story, the Center had a rating of 4.7 out of … Continue reading →
Ed Tours Has Buses Ready For Your 2018-19 Student Class Trips Welcome back to a new school year. The calendar at Educational Tours of Florida is already filling up with many returning schools and new ones planning trips across the … Continue reading →
A: Student trips require a teacher, band/choral director or other school official to be a sponsor. If you are a teacher, Contact us about sponsoring a student trip to one of the Destinations featured on our website (or to just about anywhere in North America.) If you are a parent or student, check with your class teacher or club/group director to encourage them to sponsor a trip and Educational Tours can help put it together.... read more.
A: Parents will more than likely be given the phone number(s) of school personnel on the trip. In addition, phone numbers for hotels are included on the trip itinerary where messages can be left for students. Finally, Educational Tours is available 24 hour a day on our toll free number for emergencies (1-900-343-9003) ... read more.
A: The teacher sponsor has the payment information for their tour. If the tour is set up for online payments, participants can obtain the login and password and click the Trip Sign Up button at the top of the website to register and make payments online with a debit or credit card.... read more.