United States 

Customized Student Tours offers educational tours to destinations within the United States. Take a look through our destinations below to start planning your next educational trip. Once you determine where you want to go just give us a call and we will work hand-in-hand with you to customize your trip itinerary. If your desired destination is not listed, we will work with you to make it happen!

New York city


New York City - some call it the "Greatest City in the World", others the "City That Never Sleeps". However you refer to it, visitors keep streaming in from all corners of the globe for the experience. From Broadway to the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City has something for everyone. Visit Times Square and see where millions of people gather to watch the ball drop every New Year's Eve, Yankee Stadium, the home of the Bronx Bombers, Ellis Island, where thousands of immigrants started a new life in America... and so much more.

Points of Interest in NYC

Washington D.c.


From its iconic monuments and buildings to its historic neighborhoods, the capital of the United States offers many interesting attractions. Tour the White House Visitor's Center, a wealth of information about one of the most powerful symbols of American history and politics. Then, make your way to a number of moving tributes, including the Vietnam War Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial. D.C. is known for its museums, including: the Holocaust, the history of space exploration and from dinosaurs to international spies, there is a museum for almost every area of interest, with many offering free admission. In Georgetown, great shopping, restaurants and Colonial architecture can be found. The Mall, a slice of greenery in the center of town surrounded by the buildings of the Smithsonian, is the perfect place to grab lunch, relax and take in the sights and sounds of this influential city.


Points of Interest in Washington D.C.



Philadelphia, The City of Brotherly Love, from the literal meaning of the city's name in Greek. The city has long lived in shadow of New York City, but not anymore. A commercial, educational, and cultural center, Philadelphia was the geographical center of the original 13 American colonies. It was a centerpiece of early American history and host to many of the ideas and actions that gave birth to the American Revolution and independence. Philadelphia served as the temporary national capital from 1790 to 1800 while Washington, D.C. was under construction.

Experience Philadelphia by strolling through a series of spiffed-up neighborhoods, exploring glorious Fairmount Park, catching a play or a night of live music. Oh – and, while you're at it, try a Philly cheese steak.


Points of Interest in Philadelphia