Four Must-See Monuments & Memorials in
Washington, DC for Students
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The United State’s Capital City is known across the globe for its monuments and memorials. With over 160 to choose from, it can be overwhelming to narrow down which ones to visit during your stay. While they’re all incredible to witness in their own right, here are just a few of our top choices to experience on an educational trip catered to students:
The four above monuments and memorials in Washington, DC, are top favorites amongst our visiting school group tours. Additional classroom references are often available by the NPS, should you want to learn more!
Get ready for a good laugh and a fresh perspective on art! Join us on a tour of the National Portrait Gallery as we showcase the top 10 funniest portraits. From “The Laughing Cavalier” to “The Mona Lisa,” these works of art will have you in stitches and leave you with a new appreciation for the world of art.
Top 5 Midtown Restaurants for Groups: Carmines, Sushi Nakazawa, The Smith, Keens Steakhouse, and Empellon
Discover the best restaurants for groups in Midtown Manhattan with our top 5 picks. From classic Italian-American at Carmines, to upscale sushi at Sushi Nakazawa, and trendy Mexican at Empellon, there’s something for everyone.
All prospective college students should take HBCU college campus tours. The next step for students after deciding on their major is picking the best college. According to Melissa E. Wooten, a student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, “[HBCUs] are a crucial arena for the fight for civil rights and equality” (Wooten, 2015).