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.

 
Stowe, Vermont

VISIT CANADA is pleased to announce an extension of its domestic trips for students of foreign languages in 2012, this time, a three-day trip by chartered motorcoach, for students and teachers of German from the Northeast United States.

VISIT CANADA has been working in the summer of 2011 with the historic Austrian-inspired Trapp Family Lodge in picturesque Stowe, Vermont, on a program that will feature a Trapp Family history tour (in German or English) by a member of the Trapp family still living at the lodge, German-style continental breakfasts and German dinners, and showings of a documentary film about Maria von Trapp, and the story of the Trapp family’s escape from Austria, an evening showing of The Sound of Music, as well as other activities in the Stowe and Burlington area.

The setting for the trip is a deluxe, Alpine resort located in the middle of 2,500 acres, half way up Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, and overlooking an expansive valley and the Green Mountains in the distance.

 
 

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