Top 10 Student Destinations 2019: United States
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SYTA member tour operators selected these 10 cities as the top United States travel destinations favored by students and teachers for 2019.
1: NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Home to some of the most renowned museums and monuments in the world, New York City offers students a chance to delve into the worlds of hands-on learning, STEM, seacrafts and spacecrafts, modern and contemporary art, and culture—to name a few. Students could also remember and reflect on events that changed the trajectory of history forever and still affect the world we live in today.
Broadway shows are a Big Apple staple—and rightly so! Whether students simply see a show or take part in workshops and behind-the-scenes tours, the opportunities create undoubtedly memorable experiences for those who have a passion for music and performance.
New York is home to one of the most recognizable skylines in the world. Elevate students’ learning by showing them iconic sites from a bird’s-eye view—several stories up—or from an alternative perspective on the water. Harbor cruises and water taxis provide a refreshing perspective of a city that’s full of things to see and do.
Students could explore oddities and artifacts, test their code-breaking and problem-solving skills, and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with some of their favorite A-list celebrities. “The City That Never Sleeps” and its five incredibly diverse boroughs are waiting for you and your students!
2: WASHINGTON, D.C.
3: ORLANDO, FLORIDA
4: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
5: PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
6: BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
7: WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA
8: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
9: NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
10: CLEVELAND, OHIO
Written by Sarah Suydam, Staff Writer for Teach & Travel.
This article originally appeared in Teach & Travel.