Thursday 8 Jan, 2015

Live From: Washington, D.C.

History and modernity surround you in the political capital of America. Offering more than 70 museums across the city, Washington also houses an astounding collection of the printed word at the Library of Congress (with over 535 miles of bookshelves, it’s no wonder that it’s the largest library in the world!). On your explorations, take a walk through the U.S. Capitol Building and see firsthand where the American Congress meets to decide on its country’s future. A trip to Washington, D.C. would bring your classroom lessons to life and inspire teachers and students alike.

Click below and discover D.C.

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Explore the historical capital of the U.S. on one of our student tours to D.C.

 

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DC The Capital Tour

Travel to Washington, D.C., the heart of American politics. You’ll connect with the nation’s history and culture as you take in the museums, monuments and memorials.

 

Washington, D.C. and New York

Thomas Jefferson Statue

Experience the vibrant spirit of America by visiting two of the most important urban centres in the world. From Times Square and the bustle of New York to the political influence and history of Washington, D.C., these cities will stay with you.