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New York, New York! It's a wonderful destination for education!

Thu, 9 October 2014

New York, New York! It's a wonderful destination for education!

We want to help you engage your students and get them passionate about their studies. That's why we want to work with you; to specifically design an educational tour that meets your group's needs. 

New York is an immensely popular destinaton for schools that will create an unforgettable learning experience for your students.

The best possible way for you to secure your preferred accommodation and benefit from great value air fares is to book early. 

What is there to do in New York City? Take a look below and see some of our favourite places to visit.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art houses more than three million works of art from all over the world. It is almost impossible to see everything in one day: the two million square feet too much for even the most organised visitor. Instead of wandering through all the galleries, visiting one of the themed exhibitions is a good plan. There is also a roof top garden overlooking Central Park, which is open in the summer.

Other visits that may be of interest:

Guggenheim Museum | MoMA | Chelsea Gallery & Soho Walking Tour
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum  | Whitney Museum of American Art

The Museum of American Finance

The nation's only independent museum dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and teaching about American finance and financial history. Lessons and lectures can be run on the day including Banking in America, How to Analyse a Stock, and Your Money and Your Success.

Other visits that may be of interest:

Macy's Department Store Tour | Nintendo World | Harper's Bazaar Magazine Tour 
Federal Reserve Bank of New York | Madame Tussauds Workshop

Ellis Island Immigration Museum

This was quite literally the gateway for more than 12 million immigrants to the United States as the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station. Now it stands as a museum dedicated to immigration where the Ellis Island Medal of Honor is awarded annually to pay homage to the immigrant experience.

Other visit that may be of interest:

United Nations Headquarters | New York State Courts Tour | Tenement Museum 
9/11 Tribute Center | Museum of the City of New York

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