In the Fall, Education students visit the East Coast and in the Spring, all English students visit the East Coast on a week-long trip.

East Coast Trip

On this page, you will find links to information about all of the historical, interesting, and exciting places you will visit on the East Coast Trip!

The Air and Space MuseumThe Martin Luther King, Jr. MemorialThe Smithsonian
The American
History Museum
Mount Vernon Historical ParkUnion Station
America’s First
Ladies’ Dresses
The National Gallery of ArtThe U.S Capitol Building
AmtrakThe National Japanese-American MemorialThe Vietnam War Memorial
Arlington National CemeteryThe National MallThe Washington Monument
The Franklin
Delano Roosevelt Monument
National Museum of African ArtThe White House
The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture GardenNational Museum of the American IndianThe White House (History)
The Jefferson MemorialNational Museum of Natural HistoryThe White House (Tour)
The Lincoln
Pennsylvania AvenueThe Women’s Memorial at Arlington
Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I Have a Dream” speechThe Sackler and Freer Gallery 

New York City 

BroadwayCentral ParkEllis Island
New York CityThe Statue of LibertyTimes Square

Washington D.C.

East Coast Places:

Visit the East Coast!

Places to Go:

New York

Times Square

The Statue of Liberty


Washington D.C.

The White House

Smithsonian Museum

Harvard Univeristy

Lexington & Concord

East Coast Trip Gallery