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Educational Tour

If you’re looking to organize an educational tour, then get in touch with us at United Charters & Tours in Lexington, Kentucky. Our professionals have you covered. We’ll handle all travel arrangements to take away all of the headaches and stress of trying to find hotels, restaurants, tour guides, tickets, sightseeing venues, and other travel arrangements. Be assured that we will work tirelessly to meet your expectations.

In-State Day Trips

Mammoth Cave

Choose from many different tours of the world’s longest known cave system, which currently has around 360 miles of area explored.

Newport Aquarium

This destination showcases thousands of animals from around the world in millions of gallons of water. You’ll be amazed at all there is to see and do, including fun and interactive activities such as touching a shark or meeting penguins.

State Capital Tour – Frankfort, Kentucky

Visit the Capitol, the Governor's Mansion, and the Kentucky History Museum.

Huntsville Space Camp

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center offers many exciting opportunities for educators! Located in the Educator Training Facility, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center's Education Department and Marshall Space Flight Center's Educator Resource Center (ERC) serve as resources for teachers around the world. Bring your entire class for a couple of days and have an unforgettable scientific adventure at the “Space Camp.”

Huntsville Space Camp

Williamsburg Attractions

Colonial Williamsburg

Experience life as it was in our Nation’s yesterday. Explore the homes and buildings where men like Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and Patrick Henry inspired the fight for independence. With authentic taverns, shops, and uniforms, this unique reconstructed village captures colonial life as it was more than 300 years ago.

Jamestown Settlement

The story of the people who founded Jamestown and of the Virginia Indians they encountered along the way. Enjoy the exhibits and living history that explain the story.

Yorktown Visitor Center

America’s evolution from colonial status to nationhood is chronicled through a unique blend of time line, film, exhibits, and outdoor living history.

Williamsburg Busch Gardens Theme Park

This destination includes dozens of thrilling rides and attractions, shows, and a wide variety of authentic foods and shops.

Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson

Tour the house that Jefferson designed and built for himself and his family and enjoy the grounds of the Monticello Plantation.

Philadelphia Attractions

Liberty Bell Center

Get a close- up view of the Liberty Bell, with the Independence Hall in the background.

Independence Hall

This historical location gave us the signing of the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and much more.

Congress Hall

The temporary home to the U.S. Congress from 1790-1800 while D.C. was under construction.

National Constitution Center

The only museum devoted to the U.S. Constitution.

Franklin Court

This museum is dedicated to Ben Franklin’s home and life. It tells of his life as a publisher, politician, postmaster, printer, and inventor.

U.S. Mint

See how the United States Mint fulfills its mission of making, selling, and protecting United States circulating coins.

Franklin Institute of Science Museum

This interactive science museum for students displays many of Franklin’s inventions.

Betsy Ross House

She is known as the designer of the first flag of the U.S. This flag had 13 stars and stripes.


Learn about the Battle of Gettysburg, and understand the courage and hardships of the soldiers. Be prepared to learn about more than 3 days in 1863.

Hershey, Pennsylvania – Chocolate World

Start your visit at Hershey’s Chocolate World. Enjoy chocolate fun for everyone! Continue your visit by eating, shopping, and enjoying all that Hershey, Pennsylvania has to offer.

Washington D.C. Attractions

U.S. Capitol

Created for the use of our nation’s legislature, this awesome structure is home to the new Capitol Visitors Center that honors many of our great public figures.

Arlington National Cemetery 

Don’t see Washington D.C. without seeing this! Visit the Tomb of the Unknowns, gravesites of the Kennedy brothers, and see the Changing of the Guard. This is a favorite of most of our travelers.

Lincoln Memorial

This monument honors our 16th President and features his Gettysburg Address.

Jefferson Memorial

The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is America’s foremost memorial to our third 


Washington Memorial

Standing over 500 feet tall, this memorial honors our first president George 


National Archives

It is home to the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, the Constitution, and many other documents.

Ford’s Theatre

It is still a working theatre, where one can learn of the events that led up to the assassination of President Lincoln.

Peterson House 

Directly across the street from Ford’s Theatre is the house where Lincoln died after being shot by John Wilkes Booth.

National Museum of the American Indian

The first national museum dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

This memorial utilizes landscape elements to powerfully convey four fundamental and recurring themes throughout Dr. King's message: justice, democracy, hope, and love.

American Art Museum

The museum celebrates the extraordinary creativity of our country’s artists.

Holocaust Museum

This is a memorial to the millions who died during the Nazi regime in Germany during WWII.

International Spy Museum 

Dedicated to espionage, it’s the only public museum in the world of its kind.

National Air and Space Museum

This museum has the largest display of historic air and spacecraft in the world.

National Museum of American History

This recently remodeled museum has a multitude of exhibits exploring America’s history, identity, and culture.

Kennedy Center

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts produces a variety of theatre and musicals, dance, and ballet, and many other performances for all ages.

Embassy Row

As you walk along Massachusetts Avenue and see many of the beautiful foreign embassies in Washington D.C.

Vietnam Memorial

This memorial honors the members of the U.S. armed forces who died in service or are unaccounted for during the Vietnam War.

World War II Memorial

This monument is dedicated to the spirit, sacrifice, and commitment of the American people for enduring the most defining event during the 20th Century.

FDR Memorial

This Monument is dedicated to Franklin D. Roosevelt and traces each of his four terms as president.

Iwo Jima Marine Corps Memorial​ 

This memorial is dedicated to all Marines who have given their lives.

Korean War Memorial 

This memorial provides 19 steel statues of soldiers in full combat gear. It serves as a tribute to those who restored freedom in South Korea.

Union Station

One of the most visited destinations in the nation’s Capitol with over 32 million visitors a year. It is a working train terminal with exhibits, restaurants, and stores.

Mount Vernon

Explore George Washington’s estate and gardens as well as the farm where Washington’s family lived.

Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty

New York City Attractions

Statue of Liberty

Made of copper, Lady Liberty was a gift from the people of France. She holds a book with the inscription “July 4, 1776” in one hand and a torch of freedom in the other.

Ellis Island

An immigration museum situated just north of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island was our nation’s most popular immigrant receiving station. Between 1892 and 1954, more than 12 million immigrants passed through Ellis Island on their way to America.

Central Park

Covering more than 850 acres on Manhattan Island, Central Park was the first public park built in America. There are many popular stops, including Strawberry Fields and the Bethesda Fountain. Numerous movies have been filmed throughout the park as well.

Times Square

Manhattan's "Crossroads of the World" is the iconic center of the city. Filled with theatres, stores, and illuminated billboards, it is the most popular stop in Manhattan.


Broadway is home to more than 40 theatres that feature the world’s best theatres and performances.

Empire State Building

Once the world’s tallest office building with more than 102 stories, the Empire State Building offers views of more than 80 miles on a clear day.

Grand Central Station

Grand Central Station

This 100-foot-wide, 650-foot-long structure was one of the most dramatic engineering feats of the 19th century.

United Nations

The headquarters of the World Organization is located on an 18-acre site on Manhattans
east side.

5th Avenue

This famous shopping district in midtown Manhattan includes Niketown, Tiffany’s, Saks, Gucci, and the Disney Store.

Museum of Natural History

More than 30 million artifacts dedicated to the earth and its life forms are housed here.

Trinity Church

Located in lower Manhattan and made famous by the movie "National Treasure," Trinity Church was founded in 1697.

World Trade Center Site

Also known as "Ground Zero," this hallowed ground will be the future home of the Freedom Tower and a memorial for all those who perished in the 2001 attack.

South Street Seaport

Pier 17 has many great restaurants and shopping.

Rockefeller Center

It is a model of urban planning and design that is famous for its ice rink and Christmas tree in the winter.

Top of the Rock 

Enjoy a panoramic view of Manhattan from this world-class observatory.

NBC Studios Tour

Get a behind the scenes tour of all the action in producing several TV shows.

Radio City Music Hall

Located in historic Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall is one of the most innovative and technically advanced theatres in the world.

Metropolitan Museum of Art 

This 32-acre museum is the largest art museum in the Western Hemisphere. More than 5 million people a year visit.


There are many shops selling inexpensive souvenirs and handbags, watches, and much more. It is the largest concentration of Chinese in Western Hemisphere.

Little Italy

Enjoy the sights, sounds, and Italian cuisine as you walk along the streets of cobblestone.

South of Houston Street (SoHo)

SoHo is home to the artistic community of New York City.

Greenwich Village

This small area below 14th street and west of Broadway has been the home of rebellion and creativity in New York City.

Garment District

At one time, a third of the nation's clothes were made here. It is one of the busiest areas of
the city.


The world’s largest department store since 1902, it is also the home of the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

It is the largest Catholic Cathedral in the U.S. and has often been recognized as the center of Catholic life in this country.

Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum

A favorite attraction for kids, it is where you can have your picture taken with your favorite celebrities and pop culture stars.

Professional Sporting Events

Take in a Yankees, Mets, Knicks, Nets game and/or visit Yankee Stadium and Madison Square Garden (based on ticket
availability only).

Orlando Attractions

Magic Kingdom Park

At one of the most famous places in the world, experience rides such as thePirates of the Caribbean, Space Mountain, and others.


Touch the future and travel the world fueled by imagination.

Animal Kingdom Theme Park

This attraction is home to 1700 animals and 250 different species.

Hollywood Studios

You can experience Hollywood thrills and awesome entertainment.

Typhoon Lagoon

Get on board for a wet adventure of twisting tides, roaring rapids, and amazing water slides.

Blizzard Beach Water Park

Slip, slide, and snorkel into the most exhilarating water park around.

Wet N’ Wild

This park has plenty of rides to keep your group busy. Enjoy the giant wave pool where you’ll feel like you’re in the ocean without the sand.

Universal Studios

The number one movie and TV based theme park in the World. Go behind the scenes, behind the screen and right into the action of your favorite movies.

Sea World 

This animal kingdom in the water features many different sea creatures, water playgrounds, and animal performances.

Kennedy Space Center

Learn the story behind the U.S. building its space program that launched men to the moon and beyond.

Kennedy Space Center

Chicago Attractions

Navy Pier

With rides, restaurants, and shopping, this mile-long area on the lakefront is a must see.

Magnificent Mile

If you’re looking for shopping, this is it! North Michigan Avenue holds many of the world’s most popular retail stores.

Comedy Sportz

Great fun for all ages, two teams battle for laughs and points as they make up scenes, games, and songs on the spot.

Shedd Aquarium

For more than 75 years, the Shedd has been one of the leaders in the aquarium profession.

Art Institute Of Chicago 

One of the world’s best art collections is on display here. Covering nearly 50 centuries of art some 250,000 works are here.

Field Museum of Natural History

With some 9 acres of exhibits, this attraction allows you to see the amazing diversity of life on earth and connect with cultures from all over the world.

Lincoln Park Zoo

One of the oldest zoos in the country, this zoo is a world leader in wildlife conservation.

Millennium Park

This park holds 24 remarkable acres of architecture, monumental sculpture, and landscape design. It is one of Chicago’s proudest achievements.

Chicago River Boat Tours 

Enjoy touring the Chicago River and seeing the architectural landmarks throughout the city. You’ll see many historic spots on your journey.

Spirit of Chicago Dinner Cruise

This dinner-dance cruise on the Chicago River and Lake Michigan is exciting for middle schoolers and high school groups.

John Hancock Observatory

This unique skywalk will take you 94 stories above the Magnificent Mile. Enjoy tremendous views of the Chicago skyline.

Medieval Times Dinner Show

Enjoy your meal as you view an authentic 11th-century action, including an authentic medieval tournament. It’s great fun for the kids.

Blue Man Group

Do you love feeling blue? This nationally known attraction is a can’t miss while in Chicago.

Willis Tower (Formerly Sears Tower)

This attraction is the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building with tremendous views from the sky deck.

"Gangster Tours" 

This 2-hour live action tour gets you the inside story of Chicago’s windiest politicians and most notorious gangsters. It is perfect for students of all ages.

Wrigley Field and Soldier Field

Visit these world-famous Chicago sports fields. You’ll get to tour the stadiums, fields, and gift shops.

Museum of Science and Industry

One of the largest science museums in the world, it is home to more than 35,000 artifacts and nearly 14 acres of hands-on exhibits.

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