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4-6 days | New York City

Day 1: New York City

– Arrive in New York City
– Walking tour of Midtown: Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Bryant Park
– Central Park
– Empire State Building by night

Day 2: New York City

– Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
– 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Day 3: New York City

– Guided sightseeing tour of New York: Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown, Little Italy
– Metropolitan Museum of Art
– Times Square
– Broadway show

Day 4: New York City • Return home

– American Museum of Natural History
– Central Park
– Depart for home


Right near the Ground Zero site is St. Paul's Chapel, which became a makeshift center for the first responders on 9/11 and the days after. The chapel actually dates back to colonial days-it was where George Washington kneeled down and said a prayer after he was inaugurated President across the street in a building called Federal Hall. The kids love visiting the chapel, because it's still a memorial to 9/11, with teddy bears, letters, and quilts that were sent from people all around the world showing their support. It's hearing the individual stories that really gets the kids the
- Mitch B., Tour Director
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Day 4: New York City

– American Museum of Natural History
– Central Park photo stop
⊕ Drama workshop

Day 5: New York City • Return home

– Tour of Madison Square Garden or Radio City Music Hall
– Depart for home


Day 5: New York City

– Tour of Madison Square Garden or Radio City Music Hall
– Guided sightseeing tour of Harlem: General Grant National Memorial, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Columbia University
– Apollo Theater

Day 6: New York City • Return home

– Museum of the Moving Image: Exhibition tour
– Depart for home

Itinerary subject to change. For complete financial and registration details, please refer to the Booking Conditions.


Central Park is not your ordinary city park. It is 843 acres of trees, paths, man-made lakes, bridges, woods, and, of course, people. The park was designed in the mid-1800s by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux for a design competition to create a large green space in the middle of Manhattan where the people could relax, unwind, and get back in touch with nature, even if just for an afternoon. These days, when the sun is shining, New Yorkers and tourists flock to Central Park to picnic, skate, stroll, toss frisbees, paddle the lake, or just plain relax and watch the people go by.

Everything you get

Round-trip and on-tour transportation
Full-time licensed Tour Director
3 nights hotel accommodations
Breakfast and dinner daily
Comprehensive sightseeing tours
Visits to special attractions
1 Standard Broadway show
Overnight security at your hotel
Illness and Accident Coverage
Travel ID Badges and backpacks


  • Downtown hotel (private groups only)
  • Extended stay
  • Lunches
  • Earned credit for Group Leaders and students