Quebec City
An introduction to curling in Montreal or Quebec City on our March and April student tours (top); the FDR memorial (middle) is always a highlight of our educational tours to Washington, DC; and the National Museum of Mexican Art is the first stop on our Spanish field trips to Chicago (bottom)
Montreal
An introduction to curling in Montreal or Quebec City on our March and April student tours (top); the FDR memorial (middle) is always a highlight of our educational tours to Washington, DC; and the National Museum of Mexican Art is the first stop on our Spanish field trips to Chicago (bottom)
Toronto
An introduction to curling in Montreal or Quebec City on our March and April student tours (top); the FDR memorial (middle) is always a highlight of our educational tours to Washington, DC; and the National Museum of Mexican Art is the first stop on our Spanish field trips to Chicago (bottom)
Performance Tours
An introduction to curling in Montreal or Quebec City on our March and April student tours (top); the FDR memorial (middle) is always a highlight of our educational tours to Washington, DC; and the National Museum of Mexican Art is the first stop on our Spanish field trips to Chicago (bottom)

VISIT CANADA Educational Tours

We planned our first educational field trip to Montréal for a group of teachers in the fall of 1985. What we didn’t know about students & teachers on educational tours, we made up for with hard work, passion for quality and knowledge of the destination. Today, we're proud to be a part of The ACIS Educational Tours family.

 

Overview

VISIT CANADA is America’s acknowledged leader in educational class and school tours to Eastern Canada (Montréal, Québec City and Toronto) for middle and high school students. 

With rare exceptions, our minimum group size is 25 paid participants for groups traveling by chartered motorcoach or air.

Take a closer look at our tour destinations below. Click on a destination to learn more.

 
 
 
 
Château Frontenac

Quebec City

Québec City is internationally known for its narrow cobble-stoned streets and ancient greystone buildings, many date to the early 1600’s.

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City Hall & skyline

Montreal

The second largest French-speaking city in the world, Montréal is, on many levels, a city unique in this hemisphere.

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CN Tower & skyline

Toronto

The commercial capital of Canada, Toronto is clean, safe and palpably friendly, and offers a number of unique performance venues.

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Newtown High School Choir, Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica

Performance Tours

The cities of Canada are clean, safe and palpably friendly, of course, and the performance venues are no less inspiring than any found in Europe.

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Times Square

New York

Our licensed, professional, bilingual guides introduce students of Spanish to the history and culture of Spain, Cuba and Central and South America

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John Hancock Building & Navy Pier

Chicago

Midwestern language students are introduced, first-hand, to the art, history, foods, cultures and languages, of the Spanish-, French- and German-speaking worlds.

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The Old Statehouse

Boston

Student on each of our trips will see such Revolutionary War icons as the USS Constitution, the Old North Church, and Paul Revere’s house along the Freedom Trail.

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US Capital Building

Washington D.C.

There is nothing like sitting under a tree that George Washington planted at Mount Vernon to reinforce the concept that he and the American Revolution were real.

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psmouth

Portsmouth

Historic Portsmouth was already more than 150 years old when the U.S. Constitution was signed, and when President George Washington visited in 1789.

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Trapp Family Lodge

Stowe, Vermont

Our new, Northeastern German program is centered around the history of the legendary Trapp Family and German food and ambience at the historic Trapp Family Lodge

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