From Natural Wonder to Urban Splendor:
Explore Niagara Falls and Toronto on an Unforgettable Student Adventure!

Plan Your Next Student Trip to Niagara Falls & Toronto

To experience breathtaking natural beauty and a vibrant, sophisticated city, plan your next school trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto. This fabulous educational tour opportunity offers the best of two worlds. The fascinating history and jaw-dropping majesty of Niagara Falls will amaze your students and give them something to remember for the rest of their lives. Niagara Falls student tours typically feature a wet and wild cruise aboard the legendary “Maid of the Mist” boat as well as an amazing close-up “Journey Behind the Falls.”

The beautiful city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is only an hour and a half away from the Falls. Toronto is the provincial capital of Ontario and is the largest city in Canada. This vibrant and cosmopolitan city located on the banks of Lake Ontario is certain to engage and delight your students. Your school trip to Toronto can include world-class theater, museums, special events, shopping, and so much more.

EduStar Tours is pleased to offer custom Niagara Falls and Toronto student tours. Contact us today to start planning your next trip!

Customized Itinerary

While on your student tour, there are plenty of places to visit in New York City, including:

Niagara Falls

Bird Kingdom »

Bird Kingdom is the largest free-flying indoor birdcage in the world with over 400 birds making their home in this multi-level rainforest. A 40-foot waterfall, tropical plants, and hundreds of birds from around the world put on a show for the public.

Butterfly Conservatory »

The Butterfly Conservatory features over 2000 exotic butterflies of the world in a tropical rainforest setting. While on your student travel adventure, your kids will learn 50 different species as you walk along the 600 ft. pathway.

Fort George »

While taking a tour of Fort George on your school trip, your kids will learn of the U.S. battle with Canada to make Ontario part of America, and about the British soldiers, Canadian militiamen and Aboriginal peoples who fought to defend Ontario. While in Fort George, your students will visit Butler’s Barracks, Fort Mississauga and Navy Hall.

Journey Behind the Falls »

When on your school tour of Niagara Falls, your group should take a Journey Behind the Falls. While on the journey, your group will experience the spectacular view of 20% of the water crashing down to the bottom. Your group will take elevators down 150 feet through bedrock to tunnels that lead and to the Cataract Portal and the Great Falls Portal which is one third of the way behind the massive sheet of water. The group will also walk to the Upper and Lower Observation Decks at the very foot of the Falls.

Maid of the Mist »

You can’t take your school tour to Niagara Falls without taking a ride on Maid of the Mist. Since 1846 this ride has been one the oldest tourist attractions and your group will love taking a boat ride into the basin of the amazing Canadian Horseshoe Falls. You must wear raincoats as you will get soaked on this incredible ride.

Ontario Science Centre »

The Ontario Science Centre was a pioneer for its “hands on” approach to science. Many museums throughout the world duplicated the Ontario Science Center’s approach. Unlike traditional museums, where the exhibits are for display only, the majority of the exhibits at the Science Centre are interactive. Throughout the museum, your students will be exposed to several hundred interactive and passive exhibits relating to almost anything you can imagine.

Royal Ontario Museum »

The Royal Ontario Museum (the “ROM”) is Canada’s largest museum of world culture and natural history and is one of the largest museums in North America. On your school tour, you can stay at the ROM for hours as the ROM provides more than six million items and 40 galleries. The museum is well known for collections of dinosaurs, minerals and meteorites, Near Eastern and African art, East Asian art, European history, and Canadian history. It even has great collections of design and fine arts.

Toronto Zoo »

If you have extra time on your student trip to Toronto, Toronto Zoo is a perfect stop. The goal of the Toronto Zoo is to inspire people to love, respect and protect wildlife. The Zoo achieves this goal by providing over 5,000 animals representing over 500 species. While at the Zoo, your group should visit Tundra Trek, featuring a Polar bear habitat, the Gorilla Rainforest and Nassir, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Discovery Zone.


Art Gallery of Ontario »

The Art Gallery of Ontario (also known as “AGO”) is an art museum in downtown Toronto. AGO’s collection includes more than 80,000 works ranging from the 1st century to the current day. Known as one of the largest galleries in North America, AGO provides the largest collection of Canadian art. The museum also provides works from the Renaissance, European art, African art and so much more.

Casa Loma »

Casa Loma, meaning “house on the hill” is the former 98 room estate of Sir Henry Pellatt, who was a prominent Toronto financier, industrialist and military man. In 1911, with a huge fortune, the unabashed romantic decided to build a medieval-style castle overlooking Toronto. Sir Henry filled his castle with artwork from around the world, statues and beautiful gardens. Due to the impact on the economy during World War I, he lost his fortune and had to give up Casa Loma. Vacant for many years, Toronto seized the property and had many suggestions as to the use of the property. Finally, in 1938 Casa Loma opened as a museum and landmark.

CN Tower »

CN Tower, built in 1976, stands at 1,815.4 feet tall and was once the world’s tallest free-standing structure and world’s tallest tower. This tower is an icon of the Toronto skyline and is a favorite for many student tours of Toronto. When on your student trip, your group will ride up the elevator in 58 seconds to get to the LookOut level. At the LookOut level you will have breathtaking views of Toronto.

Fort York »

Fort York National Historic Site is the location where the Battle of York came to its violent culmination during the War of 1812. The Fort served as Toronto’s primary harbor defense between the 1790s and the 1880s. Today the fort provides Canada’s largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings. While on this student trip, the group will have access to Stone Powder Magazine, North and South Soldier Barracks, Blockhouses 1 and 2, Officer’s Quarters and much more.

Hockey Hall of Fame »

The Hockey Hall of Fame is dedicated to the history of ice hockey. It is both a museum and a hall of fame. It holds exhibits about players, teams, NHL records, memorabilia and NHL trophies, including the Stanley Cup. The Hockey Hall of Fame has 15 exhibit areas. At the Hall of Fame, the kids really enjoy taking shots using real pucks at a computer simulation of a goaltender.

Marineland »

If you have extra time on your student trip to Niagara Falls, Marineland is a great choice. In this unique adventure park your group will enjoy an entertaining dolphin, walrus and sea lion show; spectacular views of a killer whale; the opportunity to touch and feed a beluga whale; amusement rides and much much more.

Niagara Falls IMAX and Daredevil Museum »

The Niagara Falls Movie: “Legends and Daredevils“ is a great way to learn the history of the waters of Niagara. This movie takes the audience back to the days when Native peoples worshipped the thunder spirits, and when the first Europeans encountered this wild wonder of nature. The movie also has the theater goers meet the daredevils, from the Great Blondin, who completed a death-defying tightrope walk over the river in 1860, to a 63-year-old schoolteacher, who became the first person to go over the Falls in a barrel and live to tell the tale. The movie may even be updated to discuss Aerialist Nik Wallenda’s historic tightrope crossing over Niagara Falls in June of 2012

Skylon Tower Observation Deck »

The Skylon Tower, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, is the tallest structure that overlooks both the American Falls, New York, and the larger Horseshoe Falls, Ontario, from the Canadian side of the Niagara River. This tower stands at 520 feet from street level and 775 feet from the bottom of the falls. If you want a great view of the Falls, this is the place to see while on your school trip to Niagara Falls

eduStar can also provide individual school trips to either Niagara Falls or Toronto. At eduSTAR, we can customize your itinerary to make your school tour experience well worth it!

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