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  • Explore America with Smithsonian Student Travel
  • Why take an educational tour?
    • Bring classroom lessons to life for your student
    • Help your student improve his/her grades
    • See your student gain independence and confidence by traveling to unfamiliar destinations
    • Create an unforgettable experience for your student
    • Hands-on Learning Smithsonian Student Travel tours are enhanced by the Smithsonian’s educational resources and are designed to inspire and engage students
    • Affordable
    • Smithsonian Student Travel offers low prices so more students can experience the thrill of learning outside the classroom
    • Dedicated Support A customer service department is ready to assist parents and students with any questions and a full-time tour director is with the group 24 hours a day while on-tour
    • Safety and Security Smithsonian Student Travel provides a nationwide network of offices, financial and liability protection, travel protection plans and more to ensure that safety and security is the top priority.
    Why travel with Smithsonian Student Travel? View slide
  • Why travel with Smithsonian Student Travel?
    • “ Smithsonian student travel has opened doors to my students' futures and to better my teaching. I look forward to traveling many other places with Smithsonian Student Travel. Our school board and community are both thrilled that our students have the opportunity to experience the classroom of travel.”
    • Elizabeth Umholtz
    • Group Leader
    • Whitney, Texas
    • “ When it comes to traveling, education and incredible experiences, I trust Smithsonian Student Travel.”
    • Jorge Delgado
    • Group Leader
    • Los Angeles, CA
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  • On Tour Safety
    • Travel ID Badges
    • Student each wear a Smithsonian Student Travel ID Badge which provides helpful emergency contact information.
    • Full-time Tour Director
    • Tour Directors are with groups 24-hours a day from the time they arrive to the moment they depart.
    • Professional Overnight Security
    • Smithsonian Student Travel provides overnight security at each of our hotels to ensure students are safe and secure.
    • EF TourLink™
    • Tour Directors keep families and friends connected by using a computer phone to upload summaries and photos daily from tour.
    • Nationwide network of offices and a 24/7 Emergency Service
    • From Seattle to Miami, New York to Washington D.C there are 16 offices across North America as well as a 24/7 Emergency Service from the Boston Headquarters.
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History
    • Day 1:
    • Arrive in Boston
    • Take a walking tour of the Back Bay
    • -Boston Common
    • -Newbury Street
    • -Trinity Church
    • Visit the Prudential Center Skywalk
    • Optional: Duck boat tour
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 2:
    • Take a guided tour of Boston and Cambridge
    • - Old State House
    • -Paul Revere House
    • - U.S.S. Constitution
    • -Harvard Square
    • Take a guided tour of Lexington and Concord
    • - Lexington Battle Green
    • -Old North Bridge
    • -Author’s Row
    • Optional: Theater performance
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 3:
    • Visit the JFK Library and Museum
    • Travel to New York
    • Visit the Empire State Building by night
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 4:
    • Take a guided tour of New York:
    • -Times Square
    • -Central Park
    • -Greenwich Village and SoHo
    • -World Trade Center site
    • Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • Attend a Broadway Show
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 5:
    • Visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
    • Travel to Philadelphia
    • Take a guided tour of Philadelphia
    • -South Street
    • -Reading Terminal Market
    • -Old City Cultural District
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 6:
    • Visit Independence National Historic Park
    • -Guided tour of Independence Hall
    • -Liberty Bell Center
    • -National Constitution Center
    • Travel to Washington, D.C.
    • Take a guided tour of D.C.
    • Optional: Potomac River cruise
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 7:
    • Visit Capitol Hill
    • -U.S. Capitol
    • -U.S. Supreme Court
    • Visit the National Archives and the Library of Congress
    • Visit Ford’s Theatre and Petersen House
    • Visit the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
    • Take a night tour of D.C.
  • Enrichment Tour for AP U.S. History (cont.)
    • Day 8:
    • Visit your choice of the Smithsonian’s museums
    • Choices include:
    • -National Air and Space Museum
    • -National Museum of Natural History
    • -National Museum of African Art
    • -Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
    • -Smithsonian American Art Gallery
    • -National Portrait Gallery
    • Depart for home!
  • How much does it cost?
      Requested departure date: 03/25/2009 Departure city: PHX Program fee: - Tour Price: $1630.00 -Departure fee: $108.00 Total for Students: $1738.00* Adult Supplement: $245.00 Total for Adults: $1983.00* *Book early to save $50 off tour price! Optional Excursions and Insurance: All Inclusive/Program Fee Protection: $85 Bus Driver Tips: x Days - $19 Tour Director Tips: x Days - $28 Lunch: 8 Days - $84 Optional Excursion: Trip details may change to include Williamsburg. Price may change if Williamsburg is included.
  • What does the Program Fee Include?
    • Round-trip airfare
    • Clean and safe hotel accommodations
    • Breakfast and dinner daily (as itinerary specifies)
    • Full-time tour director
    • Guided tours by licensed local guides
    • Air-conditioned motor coach
    • Smithsonian Student Travel backpack, Smithsonian magazine subscription, Smithsonian members discount and luggage tags
    • Travel Journal and Discovery deck
    • Medical and Accident Coverage
    • Free option to earn high school credit
  • What does the Program Fee NOT include?
    • Lunches (unless option is purchased)
    • Customary gratuities for your tour director, local guides and bus driver
    • Personal spending money
    • Optional travel insurance
  • What are Travel Protection Plans?
    • Included in Program Fee
      • Medical and Accident
      • 24-hour Emergency Assistance
    • All-Inclusive Coverage Plan with Program Fee Protection ($85 for flight groups; $60 for bus groups)
      • Program Fee Protection
      • Tour Cancellation and Interruption Coverage
      • Baggage and Property Coverage
      • Personal Delay Coverage
    • All Inclusive Coverage Plan ($55 for flight groups; $40 for bus groups)
      • Tour Cancellation and Interruption Coverage
      • Baggage and Property Coverage
      • Personal Delay Coverage
  • Fall payment schedule
    • $150 with application
    • $100 due 30 days after enrollment
    • $100 due by August 31, 2008
    • Final payment due 75 days prior to departure
    Standard payment schedule AutoPay program
    • Convenient monthly payments charged to a debit or credit card
    • Free to enroll
    • No late fees
    • Final payment deadline extended to 35 days prior to departure
  • Visit your Smithsonian Student Travel website
    • Log in to your personal website at to:
      • Learn more about your destination
      • Make online payments
      • Take note of important dates and information
      • Order insurance and submit online forms for high school credit, special travel requests, etc.
  • How do I enroll?
    • Online:
    • Phone:
    • 1-888-333-9756
    • Fax:
    • 1-800-318-3732
    • Mail:
    • Smithsonian Student Travel
    • Attn: Juliette Vo (Private)
    • One Education Street
    • Cambridge, MA 02141
    • Tour number: 518354
    • Application deadline:
    • March 28, 2008
  • Explore America with Smithsonian Student Travel