LWT makes learning fun with field trips designed to complement each grade level’s curriculum and academic focus. Whether it’s Indiana or U.S. history, we can customize a trip perfect for your class.
Lew White Tours has been organizing and leading school trips since 1988. We take the time to meet with teachers, parents and administrators to answer all questions and plan accordingly. We include all the details that really serve to make it a memorable trip for the kids and the chaperones.
- A knowledgeable tour guide on each bus
- Expertly guided tours of historic sites
- Metro tickets for public transportation in the city
- Entrance to major monuments and historic attractions
- Buffet dining
- Scenic routes and views
- Specially selected “kid-friendly” hotels
LWT knows how to take a good trip and make it great!
The most popular school trip is a tour of our nation’s capital, Washington D.C., with stops in historic settlements such as Williamsburg, Jamestown and Gettysburg. Marvel at national monuments, take a tour of the White House, visit the Smithsonian or walk through Arlington National Cemetery.
Pick out landmarks from the top of the tallest building in North America, the Sears Tower. Tour the Chicago-Tribune building and get a glimpse of how a newspaper is made. See a mummy at the Field Museum, walk through a life-size heart at the Museum of Science & Industry, visit the sharks at Shedd Aquarium or search for lost planets at the Adler Planetarium.
St. Louis, Missouri
Another popular school trip is to nearby St. Louis, Missouri! Riding up to the top of the St. Louis Arch, taking a riverboat cruise and visiting the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Museum are only some of the wonderful activities this trip offers. Visit an ancient Indian burial ground, the Cahokia Mounds, for an adventure back in time or learn something exciting and new at the Science Center.
Is your class studying the Boston Tea Party, Abraham Lincoln’s childhood home, or the planning of Central Park in NYC? We customize and plan according to your academic curriculum and budget requirements.