The Boston area is home to Harvard University, Paul Revere, and Faneuil Hall. Nearby to Boston is Plymouth, landing point of the Mayflower, Salem, location of the infamous Salem Witch Trials, and Lexington and Concord, the site of the first fighting of the Revolutionary War.
When you visit Boston your class will grow in its appreciation for and understanding of the early days of our nation, and will be inspired by the principles which made it great.
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This morning we will meet our ClassTrip.com Tour Director who will be with us for the duration of our trip. We enjoy a guided walking tour of Charlestown, the oldest neighborhood in Boston. We see the Bunker Hill Monument, which commemorates one of the first battles of the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and Charlestown Navy Yard, which contains the 18th Century ship the U.S.S. Constitution, the oldest commissioned naval vessel still afloat. The next stop is Boston’s North End, the oldest residential area in Boston which has more recently become known as an enclave of Italian-American culture. We take time for lunch here and visit Old North Church, from the steeple of which two lanterns signaled to Paul Revere that the British were heading to Lexington and Concord by sea, setting off Paul Revere’s now famous ride. Then it’s on to the Black Heritage Trail, which commemorates the unique experiences, struggles and civic contributions of Boston’s African American community, and to the New England Holocaust Memorial. We end our day of touring at Faneuil Hall, where we enjoy dinner together.
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