$90.00 – $165.00
New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, Franklin Park Zoo, and a Boston Harbor Educational Cruise
- Access to our entire Kit Materials Vault, with fun facts, multi-disciplinary project starts, worksheets, and a teaching manual
- Reserved space on our Master Explorers page
- Student CityPass (Teacher Kit also includes teacher CityPass)
- Ticket/reservation insurance and educational planning support
Boston is a city full of amazing American history! CityPass offers tickets to a few of the city’s best venues. There are plenty of other places to visit, and lots of great walking trails to explore. Check with individual locations for their parking and food guidelines.
The weather in Boston is pretty typical to that of other cities in the Northeastern United States: mild springs, warm summers, and snowy winters. There’s no bad time to travel to Boston. April and May are stunning months to visit Boston, as spring blooms along the city’s parks and green spaces. October and November will show you an authentic New England fall.
Much in Boston revolves around the area’s colleges and universities, and you’ll find that hotel prices in May and September rise accordingly. Book far in advance to snag a deal during these times, and if you don’t mind the cold, try a visit in January and February. Everything is a bit less crowded and hotel prices are much more reasonable.
There’s so much to learn and see in Boston, you and your students will not want for things to do and talk about!