School trips to Canada offer students the opportunity to learn more about Canada’s history and culture, as well as that of the New World as a whole.
You’ll explore the spectacular landscapes and discover the rich multiculturalism and bilingualism that makes Canada so special.
Why visit Canada?
Explore buzzing Toronto
Most of our school groups choose to base their educational tour to Canada in Toronto. Canada’s largest city, Toronto is an important cultural and financial centre for North America and is also one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
And from Toronto, you mustn’t miss the opportunity to see Niagara Falls, which lie on the border between the USA and Canada! We can even arrange for you to take a boat trip to see them up close – for many of our groups, this is a highlight of their school trip to Canada!
Rich multiculturalism and bilingualism
Canada is recognised as one of the most multicultural societies on Earth, making it a fantastic choice for a school trip designed to broaden students’ cultural horizons.
In fact, the Canadian government has pursued multiculturalism as policy since the 1970s. And Canada’s long history of immigration has led to the number of cultures represented here.
There are strong English Canadian and French Canadian cultures, with both English and French recognised as official languages.
Discover the New World
On your school trip to Canada, your students will have the exciting opportunity to discover the ‘New World’. At the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, your students can learn more about Canada’s indigenous peoples and their histories and cultures.
Toronto’s cityscape also helps paint a picture of the history of North America. The city’s Distillery District is home to the largest collection of preserved Victorian industrial architecture in North America. And a construction boom in the 1960s and 1970s led to what some have called the ‘Manhattanization’ of the city, whose skyline is now dominated by skyscrapers.
Book with Halsbury
Take a look at our range of Canada school trips below, and then get in touch with one of our tour advisers to discuss your requirements.