field trips

Boston Duck Tour

Authentic World War II amphibious landing vehicle Your students will see Boston in a fun and unforgettable way with Sonshine Educational tours as they ride in an authentic, renovated World War II amphibious landing vehicle through the streets and waterways of Boston. You’ll cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom. […]

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Whale Watch Cruise

Whale Watching Sonshine Educational tours would be happy to arrange a Whale Watching Cruise for your group to enhance your trip to Boston. Take a comfortable ride and give yourself time to view some of the world’s most fascinating and magnificent creatures. The whales will give you more photo-taking and wide-mouthed gaping experiences than ever. […]

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Smithsonian Museums

The Smithsonian Castle on the National Mall Although there are 19 different museums, the favorites for student Smithsonian field trips include the American History, Air And Space and Natural History Museums. 30 million people tour the Smithsonian every year. This popular destination for educational field trips began when the British scientist James Smithson left his […]

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Ford’s Theatre & The Petersen House

Abraham Lincoln This Washington, D.C. tour to Ford’s Theater will bring you back to the night that made history. Shortly into his second term, and only five days after the surrender of general Robert E. Lee, President Lincoln went to a play at Ford’s Theater called, “My American Cousin”. While President Lincoln was watching the […]

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Jefferson & F. D. R. Memorials

Because of their close proximity to each other, Sonshine Education Tours recommends seeing these memorials together. Statue of Thomas Jefferson Jefferson Memorial The West Potomac Park, on the shore of the Potomac River Tidal Basin began as a tidal sand bar. The park arose from the waters of the Potomac river, the work of the […]

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