When a school visits New York, the question is always not what to do, but what to leave out! The Big Apple is the ultimate destination for teachers who want to educate their students outside of the classroom on virtually any topic.
Popular highlights include:
- A cruise around the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
- The incredible art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Shopping at Macy's
- The excitement of a Broadway Show
- Incredible views from the Top of the Rock
Our Suggested Itinerary
Overnight flight to New York.
Arrive and settle into accommodation.
Take in the spectacular New York skyline with a night-time trip up the Empire State Building.
Guided walking tour of Midtown – Central Park, Fifth Avenue, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Grand Central Station.
Visit Top of the Rock for spectacular views of New York and Empire State Building.
Optional treat: Broadway Show!
A poignant visit to the 9/11 Memorial.
Visit the symbolic Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on a boat tour.
Visit New York’s iconic Times Square. Stay until dark to enjoy the full impact of its famous neon billboards.
Visit a museum or a gallery such as the MoMA or the Met.
Shopping at Macy's.
Return flight home.
Arrive back home.
Every school wants something different, so our itinerary offers just a flavour of which visits tend to be popular. Let us know what you'd like to include in your trip by clicking on Request a Quote. If you prefer, you can also reach us on 0121 271 0121 or [email protected]
Testimonials about this trip:
Maricourt School February 2019Another wonderful trip! After a troublesome start (a 2 hour delay which meant we missed a connecting flight) the airline moved us to a different flight and Cara was able to organise our coach and inform the hotel and restaurant of our late arrival. This was really reassuring and helped save the first day of our trip!