School trips to New York offer students the opportunity to explore one of the most exciting cities on Earth!
New York is a city that always makes a great impression on students and you’re bound to leave with memories for life.
Whether you visit New York for politics, business studies, mathematics or any other subject, your days will be packed with places to visit and things to do! And whatever your subject, we’ll work closely with you to ensure that your itinerary is carefully designed to support your specific learning objectives and requirements.
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Why visit New York?
The cultural capital of America
New York has long been the main gateway for immigration into the USA and so it’s not surprising that it’s the most linguistically diverse city in the world – as many as 800 languages are spoken here.
The fact that it is such a cultural melting pot is one of the things that makes New York such an exciting place to visit – there is a freedom here for art, music, theatre and other aspects of culture to truly flourish. And the food is incredibly diverse too!
Your students will return from New York having experienced a city that is one of the most culturally diverse on the planet. And they will have seen how that diversity has led to incredible creativity.
The incredible food
The cultural diversity of New York is reflected in its food, making it one of the world’s most exciting cities for foodies.
There are various food walking tours available that can cover a particular type of food, like New York pizza, or a particular area, such as Greenwich Village and SoHo. These tours, led by native New Yorkers, will help your students to understand how food traditions were brought to the city by immigrant communities, before being adapted by later generations to suit the modern American palate.
And even if you’re not visiting New York on a food technology school trip, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to experience the foodie scene here!
The iconic sights
In a city full of so many iconic sights, make sure you dedicate at least some of your time to sightseeing – your students will love the opportunity to see the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Madison Square Gardens and Central Park in real life!