Student Travel To Washington D.C. and Virginia

Early American life was centered on the Eastern Seaboard with Virginia as a central point of interest for many. A former English colony, Virginians' lifestyles included large estates with well appointed homes, springhouses, grapes arbors for a winery, cows for a creamery, crops, slaves quarters, and more. Many of our earliest presidents lived on these self-sustainable estates. Thanks to historical preservation societies many of these are restored and open to the public today.

Students of Early American history can learn a great deal about life in the early colonies and post Revolutionary War by touring presidential estates. The driving distance between estates is several hours at the most – making it a convenient itinerary for a bus tour. Trip leaders may opt to add on a day or two in Washington D.C. to augment this student tour.

Enjoy Your Virginia History Tour

  • Hotel accommodations (in quads)
  • Security Provided Nightly
  • Complete Sightseeing of the Area
  • Professional Tour Escort
  • 4 meals - 2 breakfast/2 dinner (3 day/2 night trip)
  • 6 meals - 3 breakfast/3 dinner (4 day/3 night trip)
  • All entrance fees and admissions
  • All taxes, tips, and gratuities
  • Coverage under E.T.C.'s Liability Insurance Policy

One totally free teacher / chaperone
for every ten students (in double occupancy)