Religious Studies Trips to New York

Inspire your pupils and deepen their understanding of key study topics with a religious studies school trip to New York.   As the original immigration gateway to the USA a vast array of religions and cultures have made the city their home, making it a great place to study the concepts of citizenship and diversity.   Visit the thought-provoking 9/11 memorial and museum which provideds a the unique opportunity to meet and hear from someone directly involved in the atrocities.  Combine this with some of the city's must see attracions and you will create a poignant and memorable trip for your students 

Prices start from£699pp

Price Shown includes

  • Return Air Travel
  • 3 nights Room Only Accommodation on a Bedshare basis
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Reasons to Visit

Jewish Heritage Museum

This museum explores Jewish life before, during and after the Nazi genocide. Documentary films, thousands of photos and artifacts, many donated by survivors families form a living memorial to the Holocaust. Special exhibitions tackle historical events or themes, such as “A Town Known as Auschwitz: The Life and Death of a Jewish Community.” The core collection is brought to life with interactive displays, including “Voices of Liberty,” a soundscape of immigrant and refugees reactions to their arrival in the U.S.


Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum is housed in the 1908 Warburg Mansion, which was renovated in 1993. It contains a fascinating collection of art, artefacts and media installations. The permanent exhibition explains the Jewish cultural experience through exhibits of many objects and artefacts.

Lower East Side Immigration Experience

Feel history come alive as you walk among historic landmarks and hear from knowledgeable and experienced tour guides.

The 9/11 Memorial and Museum

The 9/11 Memorial and Museum is the principal institution dedicated to telling the story of 9/11, the people who lost their lives and the psychological scars that remain. Multimedia displays, archives, narratives and artefacts tell intimate stories of loss, compassion, reckoning, and recovery. Two hour workshops are available based on the themes of memorialization, remembrance and repercussions.

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What you say

I have now used European study tours 4 times and I personally wouldn't use anyone else...excellent service! 

Darlington College

Thank you for your professionalism, flexibility, time and support which made the trip such a success! 

Cathedral Academy

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Melksham Oak Community School