Day 1 :
- Travel to Boston, MA
Meet your WorldStrides representative, participate and begin your once-in-a- lifetime experience!
- Duck Boat Tour:
This unique, fact-filled tour
shows you all the sites of Boston from both the city streets and the Charles river.
- Hotel check-in:
Day 2 :
- Fenway Park STEM Tour:
educational behind-the-scenes tour of the famous Fenway Park. Students will consider both the history and the STEM
connections between this beloved landmark and the game of baseball.
- Museum of Science:
Tour this museum and experience the relationship between science and technology with an interactive scavenger hunt.
- New England Aquarium:
Home to 1,000's of aquatic animals. Your group will select and attend presentations by animal care specialists. You'll be challenged to locate and observe a variety of different species and record your encounters with photos.
- Explore Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market:
(on own) Explore this historic local hangout filled with shops,
stalls, food, and performance artists.
- Return to hotel:
Day 3 :
Boston Part II
- Whale Watching:
Set sail for a whale watching experience of a lifetime. Cruise to Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary, a rich feeding ground for whales, dolphins, sea birds, and other marine creatures. New England Aquarium naturalists will share their knowledge and answer your questions onboard about the mind blowing behaviors of these magnificent creatures.
- Franklin Park Zoo:
Experience a behind-the-scenes tour of the
zoo and get up close and personal with the
animals. Students will also participate in a
workshop with zoo biologists focused on
either endangered species or exhibit design.
- Boda Borg:
Experience “questing” in a real-world gaming environment. Tackle mental
and physical challenges to progress through
your Quest at this escape room like
- Return to hotel:
Day 4 :
- StageOne Robotics and Coding
In this workshop
designed and operated by MIT PhD
graduates, students have the opportunity to
collaborate on both hardware and software
design by building circuitry and writing
software together. Utilizing an Arduino
microprocessor as the base, they create,
program and fly a helicopter that they build
in small groups.
- Depart from Boston, MA for home: