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3 Weekly Field Trips 2024
Dates TBD

Discover Boston and MA History!!!

On your school group tour through Massachusetts, You and your students will walk the tracks of many of our nation’s leaders and experience historical events that had an impact on our country. In addition to the past, your kids will experience the current events of Boston, Experience the culture and live the history!


Plymouth and America's Beginnings

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Buses Depart John Wynn Middle School
10:00 Visit Plimoth Plantation. Visit the complex of living history museums in Plymouth, Massachusetts founded in 1947, formerly Plimoth Plantation.

Meet native Wampanoag people and learn how they lived before and after the English arrived. Visit the English village to experience how the settlers adapted their customs from England in their new land. 

12:30 Lunch at the Plimoth Cafeteria

2:00 Visit Plimoth Rock. The traditional site of disembarkation of the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony in December 1620.

2:30 Visit the Mayflower II. A reproduction of the 17th-century ship Mayflower, celebrated for transporting the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620.

5:00 Group Dinner

6:00 Drive back to John Wynn Middle School  


Salem, Lexington, and Concord

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Buses Depart John Wynn Middle School


Drive to Salem

Visit the Salem Witch Museum. Groups will alternate itineraries to learn about the Salem Witch Trials. Guided discussions will cover current events and how we react to and treat those around us. 


Drive to Lexington and Concord

Stop in Lexington. Our Tour Guides will take the students to different sites and explain the events of April 18, 1775 when hundreds of British troops marched from Boston to nearby Concord in order to seize an arms cache. Paul Revere and other riders sounded the alarm, and the colonial militiamen began to mobilize to intercept the Redcoats. A confrontation on the Lexington town green started off the fighting, and soon the British were hastily retreating under intense fire. Eight years of war followed, and in 1783 the colonists formally won their independence.

Visit the Old Manse. The Old Manse is a special place to visit in Concord, MA. It sits on rolling hills next to the Concord River. From the house you can see the North Bridge, where the famous battle of April 19th, 1775 happened. Both Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne called the Old Manse home for a while. Even the vegetable garden, which has been recreated, was planted by Henry David Thoreau in honor of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s wedding.

Walk to the North Bridge and see where “The Shot Heard Round the World” was fired. The North Bridge, often colloquially called the Old North Bridge, is a historic site in Concord, Massachusetts, spanning the Concord River. On April 19, 1775, the first day of the American Revolutionary War, provincial minutemen and militia companies numbering approximately 400 engaged roughly 90 British Army troops at this location. The battle was the first instance in which American forces advanced in formation on the British regulars, inflicted casualties, and routed their opponents. It was a pivotal moment in the Battles of Lexington and Concord and in American history. The significance of the historic events at the North Bridge inspired Ralph Waldo Emerson to refer to the moment as the "shot heard round the world."


Group Dinner

Drive back to John Wynn Middle School 


Life in Boston in the Colonial Age

Date: Coming soon

Buses Depart John Wynn Middle School


Visit Historic Boston – Walk through the North End of Boston with visits to the Old North Church and Paul Revere’s House. Paul Revere was an American silversmith, engraver, folk hero, early industrialist, Sons of Liberty member, and Patriot. He is best known for his midnight ride to alert the colonial militia in April 1775 to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord, as dramatized in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 1861 poem, "Paul Revere's Ride".


Visit Charlestown – see the USS Constitution “Old Ironsides” and Bunker Hill Memorial

The USS Constitution Museum is located in the Charlestown Navy Yard, which is part of the Boston National Historical Park in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The museum is situated near the ship USS Constitution at the end of Boston's Freedom Trail.

Lunch at Fanuiel Hall (cash for the food court)

Visit the old State House and the Meeting House to learn how the colonial government was set up in Boston and see where town hall meetings were held leading up to the American Revolution. 


Visit the New England Aquarium - A Boston favorite! Learn about life in local New England waterways and see marine life from all over the world. 

Dinner Cruise with Dancing

The Spirit of Boston is a four-level  dining vessel with three interior climate controlled dining decks and two exterior observation decks. Onboard cuisine includes buffet style dining with onboard DJ entertainment and interactive games throughout the yacht.

11:00 PM Return to John Wynn MS

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Students signed up for the weekly Field Trips who have had repeated and/or significant disciplinary issues throughout the school year will be required to meet with administration along with a parent to discuss eligibility for the trip.


Tour Cost: TBD
per person. Easy payment plans available
Your Tour Includes:
  • Licensed Tour Guide per Bus
  • Motorcoaches with professional Drivers
  • Lunches $15 Allotment (No vouchers on our Tours)
  • Entrances as listed on the itinerary
  • Snacks and water provided daily through out the tours
  • Illness, Accident, Travel Insurance
  • 5 Star Service


Mike Torres

tel = 617.797.3340

Lorna Holland

Tel = 571.239.3889

Behind The Scenes:

Dante Zambrano Cassella

Psychiatrist, Philosopher and Sloth Whisperer..

Tel = 703.209.0669

TourDCwithUS commitment to our safety:

24/7 Tour Director support

Industry-leading chaperone-to-student ratio

24-hour emergency on-call service

Overnight security dedicated specifically to our group

Travel ID badges and backpacks



$700 per traveler.


  • All 3 field Trips

  • Private Motorcoach

  • Licensed Tour Guides

  • Entrances as listed on the Itinerary

  • 3 Lunch Allotment ($15)

  • 3 Group Dinners

  • Water and Snacks throughout the day

  • Lanyards and Backpacks

Easy Payment Plans:

Simply click the Register Button and enter our registration page:

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