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Business & Economics Trips to Boston

From £719.00

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Popular Itinerary
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    With a strong economy, safe streets and a diverse workforce, Boston is poised for continued success in fostering new enterprise throughout the city.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Boston Beer Company

      Students will be taken on a guided tour of this well-established brewery, which produces the world famous Samuel Adams beer. The visit includes a tour of the brewing process, a presentation on the history of the company and a tasting of the beer for over 21s only. Please note this visit is open to all ages, but only over 21s may sample the beer.

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    2. Boston Stock Exchange

      The Boston Stock Exchange is a national exchange that plays a key role in the U.S. securities markets. The Stock Exchange has been established since 1834, it offers self-guided tours, where the group can watch the trading floor in action from the Visitors Gallery and have an introduction to the company. Special presentations can also be arranged for groups of students. The tour can also include interviews with a floor trader and an Exchange specialist. The tours are possible on weekdays only.

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    3. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

      The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is one of twelve regional Federal Reserve Banks across the United States of America. A guided tour can be arranged which gives a brief overview of the purposes and functions of the Bank and a tour of the operations departments. The tour also includes a display of historical coins and paper notes.

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  • Popular Itinerary

    Day 1

    Arrive into Boston. Transfer to accommodation for check-in and afternoon sightseeing. 

    Day 2

    Guided tour of Boston on the Freedom Trail. Places of interest include Faneuil Hall, USS Constitution, Boston Common and Bunker Hill Monument among others.

    Visit the Boston Beer Company. The visit includes a tour of the brewing process, a presentation on the history of the company and a tasting of beer for over 21's.

    Day 3

    Visit to Boston Stock Exchange. They offer self-guided tours, where the group can watch the trading floor in action from the Visitors Gallery and have an introduction to the company. Special presentations can also be arranged for student groups.

    Afternoon visit to the world famous Harvard University for a tour of the buildings and key sights. 

    Day 4

    Visit to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. A guided tour can be arranged which gives a brief overview of the purposes and functions of the Bank and a tour of the operations departments.

    Afternoon free time before return flight home.

    Day 5

    Arrive UK.

  • Places to stay
    • Constitution Inn Hotel

      The hotel is located at the head of the Freedom Trail in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard. The Constitution Inn is the perfect base from which to enjoy Boston’s rich history, culture, museums and nightlife. All rooms have private facilities and TV. The hotel has free wireless internet, a pool and fitness centre.

    • Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

      Centrally located in the Theatre District, only blocks from Copley Square, historic Southend and China Town -2 bedded rooms -TV, internet access, telephone, hair dryer -Lounge, café, meeting rooms

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