Middle school and high school students can experience an exciting, educational trip to DC where they can tour the Smithsonian museum, national monuments, and memorials. The Smithsonian museum was the vision of British Scientist James Smithson. He left his estate to the United States and in 1846, President James Polk established the Smithsonian Museum. The Smithsonian Museum is the largest museum system in the world, consisting of nineteen museums, a zoo, and 136 million items in its collection. Sonshine Educational Tours guide teachers and students through the Smithsonian on their trip to DC. Three of the most popular museums include the American History Museum, Air and Space Museum, and Natural History Museum.
Enjoy a Professionally Guided Student Trip to DC
Students and teachers alike look forward to student trips as a way to take learning outside of the classroom. Students are often more receptive to educational tours that combine interesting facts, eye catching monuments, and the chance to make education fun. Sonshine Educational Tours is a member of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington DC. Their licensed DC tour guides help students to better understand the attractions at Washington DC by providing meaningful commentary that enhances their teachers curriculum. Students and their teachers will enjoy learning about our nation capitol and the significant people, places, and events in our nation history.
Receive a Quote for your Trip to DC
To request a quote for a student trip to DC contact Sonshine Educational Tours by phone or email. Feel free to call (800) 247-2590 to inquire about a customized trip to DC that includes the locations and attractions that are most relevant and meaningful to your student’s curriculum. Sonshine Educational Tours have been serving teachers and students with professionally guided Washington DC educational tours for over twenty-five years. They have the knowledge, experience, and resources to help your students enjoy an educational and memorable trip to DC.