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Science Trips to Boston

From £719.00

Reasons to Visit
Popular Itinerary
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    Boston is an ideal destination for students of Science. Our range of study visits will develop your students' understanding of the subject and give them a wealth of knowledge.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Harvard Museum of Natural History

      EVOLUTION, the museum's permanent exhibit, ivites visitors to examine the fossil, anatomical and genetic evidence that all life is connected through a shared evolutionary history. View animals and plants that sparked Darwin's theory, dramatic displays of diversity within species, and computer simulations that demonstrate how natural selection acts.

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    2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Campus Tours

      Regularly scheduled student-led campus tours cover some of the most popular areas of the campus including the Student Center, the Zesiger Athletic Center, Kresge Auditorium, the Chapel, the Infinite Corridor, and the Stata Center-to name just a few of the many locations!

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    3. Museum of Science

      Features a revolving schedule of Imax films, temporary exhibitions and planetarium shows. The museum's mission is to play a leading role in transforming the nation's relationship with science and technology.

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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.

    Day 3

    Visit the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for a Campus Tour. There are regularly scheduled student-led campus tours which cover some of the most popular areas of the campus including the Student Center, the Zesiger Athletic Center, Kresge Audittorium, the Chapel, the Infinite Corridor, and the Stata Center - to name just a few!

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

    Day 4

    Visit the New England Aquarium. Watch sharks, sea turtles, green moray eels and colourful tropical fishes in a giant, four-storey coral reef exhibit.

    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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