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Tours of Quebec, New York, Washington and more! Download our 2017 E-Brochure

Posted by Michael Johnson on Tue, Jun 14, 2016 @ 04:39 PM

Now's your chance to give your students that quintessential class trip memory that so many of us cherish from our own high school years.

In March we gave you our latest International Brochure, featuring itineraries and pricing for destinations all over the world.

Now here's our Domestic Brochure, the second installment in our 2017 student travel brochures that shines a light on trips to Quebec, New York City, Washington D.C. and more!

There are itineraries, trip-planning resources, and testimonials from teachers who are having a blast with us.

The catalog is free - we just need a few quick and basic details from you to proceed. It's a two-minute download that could lead to a lifetime of trip memories!

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Topics: Jumpstreet, Student travel, Montreal, New York City, Boston, Quebec City, Quebec, French, Trip-Planning Resources, Chicago, Spanish

Staff Picks: Essential Lunch Spots During Your Class Trip

Posted by Michael Johnson on Tue, Mar 10, 2015 @ 02:32 PM

If there’s one this we all have in common at Jumpstreet Tours, it’s that we’ve spent a lot of time in the destinations that we offer for school trips.

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Topics: Jumpstreet, Montreal, New York City, Boston, Quebec City, Food, Trip-Planning Resources, Germany, Chicago

3 Things to Explore in South Street Seaport on Your NYC School Trip

Posted by Michael Johnson on Wed, Jun 4, 2014 @ 02:13 PM

New York City’s South Street Seaport is a fine blend of past and present, a designated historic district that is as much a testament to the city’s maritime legacy as to its penchant for urban renewal. Located at the junction between Fulton Street and the East River, just south of the Financial District, South Street Seaport is a great place to include on your New York City student tour, with its bevvy of rejuvenated mercantile buildings, markets and cargo ships playing host to countless interactive and enriching activities your students will love. Here are just a few:

1. Front/Row Cinema: As part of South Street Seaport’s See/Change program, what better way to enjoy a gorgeous summer evening during a class trip to NYC than by taking in a free outdoor screening of one of your favourite flicks? Comfortable seating is provided (first come, first served!), and there’s often room for a picnic blanket. Snacks and beverages are available via local concession stands and food trucks. Their summer lineup is already up online, and it looks like they’ve got something for everyone!

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Topics: Student travel, culture, New York City

5 Reasons to Get Excited for Student Travel in 2014

Posted by Michael Johnson on Tue, Jan 7, 2014 @ 10:40 AM

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Topics: Festivals, Montreal, New York City, Boston, Ottawa, Quebec City, History, Food, Art, museum

Bright Lights, Big City, Broadway and More: It Must Be New York!

Posted by Carl Unger on Mon, Oct 7, 2013 @ 05:32 PM

We're pretty excited here at Jumpstreet Tours. Why? Oh, only because we have 75 exciting new student travel programs available for 2013-2014! We've launched more new itineraries than ever before to keep those "wows" coming.

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Topics: Jumpstreet, student, tours, American Travel, Student travel, New York City