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Ski 93 Trips was founded in 1969 for the purpose of running ski trips for high schools and youth groups. The company has grown under the direction of John Tracy, President and founder, servicing over 160 schools, colleges and youth groups annually representing 10,000 people traveling throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. In 1991, a new program was developed. Ski 93 Trips now organizes educational tours for student groups to many fascinating cities.
All Educational Packages Include: round trip motorcoach or airline transportation, lodging, guided tours, meals, Tour Escort, taxes and gratuities and one complimentary Chaperone per ten students.
What Is Not Included: Tips to our Tour Escorts, Tour Drivers and any Local Guides. Beverages and Food not on the regular menus (these items will be billed to you before leaving the hotel or restaurant.) Other purchases of a personal nature.
Our Nation’s Capital - The monuments and memorials to freedom in this energetic city bear proud testimony to the development of the United States of America.
U.S. Capitol Building & Capitol Hill - On a guided tour through the Capitol, view the Rotunda, the House and Senate Chambers and Statuary Hall. On Capitol Hill you’ll find the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress.
The National Archives - This building houses our nation’s most famous documents. View the original Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
The Memorials - On an evening tour, you can appreciate the beauty, the grandeur and the patriotism of these impressive sights.
The White House - Restored to its status as a National Treasure by the renovations done under the First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has been home to every President except George Washington.
The Smithsonian Institute - A collection of museums dedicated to our national heritage.
• Arlington National Cemetery • The F.B.I. • Bureau of Printing and Engraving • The “Spirit of Washington” Cruise •
• Ford’s Theater • National Cathedral • Kennedy Center • Washington Zoo • Dinner Theaters •
• Mount Vernon • Holocaust Museum • Spy Museum • Richmond • Paramount Kings Dominion •
... and many more
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Colonial Williamsburg  Busch Gardens in Williamsburg
An Important Chapter in History - This historic city is one of the places where modern America began and where many great ideas of our republic were formulated, debated and written into law. Here, a colorful period of American history comes to life in this restoration of the eighteenth century capital of Virginia.
Colonial Williamsburg - Today in this unique setting, Colonial Williamsburg’s hosts, hostesses and craftsmen recall for visitors the importance of this historic city known to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry and other great Patriots. Today, the former capital of the Virginia colony has been restored to its earlier presence, an entire colonial community bustling with the daily activities of the “eighteenth century” merchants, politicians, tavern keepers, tradespeople, slaves, families, and other residents.
Jamestown Settlement - This settlement brings to life the story of America’s first permanent English colony, established in 1607 at Jamestown. Outdoors are full-size recreations of a Powhatan Indian village, the fort built by the Jamestown colonists, and the three ships that brought them from England. In each of the three areas, historical interpreters dressed in authentically styled period clothing demonstrate what it may have been like to live in the early 17th century.
Busch Gardens & USA Water Country - An Anheuser-Busch Theme Park with everything from wild rides to world-class shopping, Busch Gardens has something for everyone in your group. Water Country is a great place to beat the heat. Rides to Splash on! Flume on! Zoom on! For waves of excitement and gallons of great times for everyone, Water Country has it all!
• Virginia Beach • Virginia Marine Science Museum • Hampton Air & Space • Spirit of Norfolk • Nauticus •
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The Revolutionary “Hub” - The birthplace of America’s struggle for freedom, Boston is famous for its landmarks, museums and cobblestones.
The Freedom Trail - Take a walking tour of historic downtown, ride the swan boats in the Public Garden and explore the monuments of the oldest town green in America, Boston Common. See the State House, Feneuil Hall, Paul Revere’s House and The Old North Church.
“Old Ironsides” - Board the oldest commissioned ship in the U.S. Navy, the U.S.S. Constitution, at its home at the Charlestown Navy Yard.
John F. Kennedy Library - This museum and library celebrates the life and experiences of John F. Kennedy.
Salem - This seafaring community was the site of the witch hysteria in 1692 and home of the noted author, Nathaniel Hawthorne. Visit the Salem Witch Museum, the House of Seven Gables and the Hawthorne House in this picturesque coastal town.
Plymouth - Known as “America’s Hometown”, Plymouth is the site of the original Pilgrim settlement. See Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower and the Founder’s Monument.
• New England Aquarium • Museum of Science • A Red Sox Game at Historic Fenway Park • Boston Boat Cruise •
• Museum of Fine Arts • Quincy Market • Duck Tours • Spirit of Boston • Historic Concord, Lexington & Cambridge •
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New York 
The Big Apple - The Big Apple is an exciting place to visit. It is unlike any other city in the world. From its awesome skyscrapers and glittering lights, to its parks, theaters, museums, food, and shopping, New York is a magical city.
Statue of Liberty - Conceived as the embodiment of political freedom and as a gift of international friendship, “Liberty Enlightening the World” has become a universal beacon for people still in search of freedom and opportunity. Visit the newly renovated statue. Travel by ferry to Liberty Island to tour the famous landmark and museum. Climb 22 stories to the crown of Lady Liberty.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum - The museum consists of various naval and non-naval vessels berthed on Manhattan’s west side at Pier 86. The 872-foot aircraft carrier U.S.S. Intrepid is the museum’s centerpiece and houses exhibits on WWII history, the modern Navy, outer space, deep sea explorations and early aviation.
Ellis Island - Ellis Island was the gateway to the U.S. for millions of immigrants. The recently restored building on the island now houses a museum that retells their story.
United Nations - When you enter the gates of the U.N., you have stepped into international territory land that belongs not just to one country, but to all countries who have joined the organization. A guided tour of the U.N. includes an explanation of the aims, structure and activities of the Organization as well as a description of the works of art and architectural features along the tour route.
• Broadway Shows • Radio City Music Hall • Guided tour of New York City • Harbor Cruises •
• Wall Street • Empire State Building • South Street Seaport • Yankees Game •
... and many more
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City of Brotherly Love - Home of the “Most Historic Square Mile in America”
Gettysburg - Gain a deeper understanding of one of the most important periods in American history as you visit the somber battlefield where “brother fought brother”. The battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest conflict and also the turning point of the Civil War. Americans will forever remember this tragedy through the famous address by President Lincoln in 1863. Visit the National Cemetery where the original draft is on display. To learn about the battle, view a topographical map that recreates this battle with light and sound. Later, tour the actual battlefield. The educational opportunities are endless. This excursion can be combined with other area tours or it can be the centerpiece of an entire program.
Franklin Institute - Four floors of games and gadgets designed to explain the intricacies of space, motion, time and the human body.
Liberty Bell Pavilion - The Liberty Bell is one of America’s most famous and stirring national symbols of America’s struggle for freedom.
Independence Hall - Relive the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the drafting of the U.S. Constitution.
U.S. Mint - This facility manufactures United States coins.
• Philadelphia Zoo • Philadelphia Art Museum • Betsy Ross’ Home • Penn’s Landing •
• Lancaster County • Amish Country • Franklin Court • Gettysburg • Hershey Park • Six Flags •
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Quebec City 
Bienvenue a Québec - In the midst of a region known for its beauty, Québec City fulfills its role as provincial capital and beacon of the French language and culture in North America.
Musée Du Fort - A sound and light show, on a model of the city as it was in 1750, this museum re-enacts the six sieges of Québec.
Grande Allée - The “Champs Elysées” of Québec, is a magnificent artery lined with trees, prestigious buildings and monuments. Characterized by Victorian era style, many buildings house restaurants, sidewalk cafes and boutiques.
Citadel - Located above Cap Diamante, the Citadel constitutes the eastern flank of Québec’s fortifications. Military tradition is maintained by the daily Beating of Retreat and the Changing of the Guard.
Basilica of St. Anne de Beaupre - Originally a small wooden chapel, the present basilica built in 1923 is admired for its vastness and its stained glass windows.
Montmorency Falls - A spectacular waterfall one and one half times higher than Niagara Falls! In winter, its spray, frozen by the cold, forms a giant sugar loaf.
• Twinning Program • Student Exchange • Petite Champlain District • Parliament • Visit a “Sugar Shack” •
• Cruise the St. Lawrence on the M/V Jolliet • Chateau Frontenac • Winter Carnival • Village des Sport • Tour of lie d’Orleans •
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“Joie de Vivre” - From its roots as a small French colony in the latter half of the 17th century, Montréal continues to thrive as the second largest French speaking city in the World.
Olympic Park - Site of the 1976 Olympic Games, the Olympic Park is, without question, a world class tourist attraction. The Olympic Park includes, among others, the Observatory of the Montréal Tower, “the world’s tallest inclined tower”, with its theme exhibitions, “Montréal ... Voila!”, a multiscreen, multimedia show introducing the city’s leading tourist attractions, and a tour of the Olympic Stadium in the company of experienced guides.
Biodome de Montréal - Experience ecology in the heart of Montréal. Four natural ecosystems create an environmental museum inside the Biodome. Rocky landscapes, tumbling waterfalls and majestic trees are home to birds, mammals and fish that fly, climb and swim through their natural habitats.
St. Joseph’s Oratory & Mount Royal - Internationally known sanctuary. More that two million visitors each year. Mount Royal was named by Jacques Cartier who climbed it in 1535. A cross erected in 1634 by Maisonneuve, the founder of Montréal who promised to put a wooden cross on the Mount if the young colony survived the threat of flooding. Mount Royal Consists of three peaks, the highest which is 232 meters. It is the most popular park in the city planned to preserve the natural beauty and view of the city.
• La Ronde & Expos • Planetarium • Botanical Gardens • Montréal Museum of Fine Arts • White Water Rafting •
• Jet Boating • Bateau Mouche • Sugar Shacks • Underground City • Notre Dame Basilica •
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Cultural Store House with Splendid Galleries - Canada’s most cosmopolitan, exciting city is the cultural heart of the South Central Ontario. Combined with the thunder and amazing spectacle of Niagara Falls, one of the world’s great natural wonders, makes a great combination trip.
Metro Toronto Zoo - The 710 acre landscape is dotted with breathtaking pavilions where animals are shown in their own environments, surrounded by indigenous trees, flowers and vines. There are six zoogeographic regions and 4,000 animals.
Canada’s Wonderland - One of Canada’s largest theme parks located in the Toronto area. An exciting 370 acres amusement park featuring five major areas, including 50 rides and 9 roller coasters, international streets with foods and merchandise from around the world.
CN Tower - The world’s tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere is located at Toronto’s lakefront, with a height of 1,815' 5". Features include observation decks, the Space Deck, and the Top of Toronto Revolving Restaurant.
Niagara Falls - Visit the famous Niagara Falls only 90 minutes from Toronto. Everyone will discover one of the world’s famous wonders. See the mighty rapids, the stone-walled canyon and the legendary whirlpool. During your stay, plan to ride Niagara’s Maid of the Mist, or walk into the caves under the falls.
Toronto Options:
• Sky Dome & Blue Jays Game • Royal Ontario Museum • Broadway Shows •
• Medieval Times • Ethnic Neighborhoods • Casa Loma • Bata Show Museum •
Ottawa Options:
• Changing of the Guard Ceremony • National Museums and Galleries • Rideau Canal • Parliament Hill •
... and much more
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Specialty Trips
Let Ski 93 Trips Tour & Travel plan a special tour centered around a music festival. We welcome your school to participate in the nation’s finest festival experiences and custom performance tours, created for discerning Directors, who care about quality, value, music and most importantly their students. Listed below are the exciting cities, where we will prepare a memorable tour including the music festival in your itinerary.
Virginia Beach Orlando Toronto Washington, DC Williamsburg
Each festival competition includes performances, adjudication, on stage clinic, adjudicators taped comments, professional color photo of each group, trophies and awards and awards ceremony.
Let us help you plan a day trip to many cities within a day’s traveling distance. Some of our more popular day trips are Broadway Shows, Radio City Music Hall, Ellis Island, Museums, Sports Events, and Boat Cruises.
White Water Raft, Jet Boat the St. Lawrence Seaway, visit the Montreal Expo and La Ronde Amusement Park in Montreal. Spend your days at Busch Gardens or Kings Dominion, and Virginia Beach, at Williamsburg VA. Visit the Skydome, attend a Broadway Show, spend the day at Canada’s Wonderland and the Metro Zoo, all in Toronto. Customize your Senior Class Trip with Ski 93 Trips Tour & Travel this year.
Six Flags Great Adventure & Six Flags New England Theme Parks
Jackson, NJ & Agawam, MA
Each offers a wide variety of blockbuster shows, dazzling entertainment, thrilling rides and special events, including concerts and fireworks. Book your group’s trip now.
Payment Policies
General: Each payment of the schedule should be made with one check per group, payable to Ski 93 Trips, Inc.
Flight Programs: A $100.00 per person NON-FEFUNDABLE deposit must be sent to Ski 93 Trips to book your group. Your trip cannot be confirmed until this is received. A deposit of $300.00 per person must follow at least 90 days prior to your trip date. Refund policies and penalties may vary with each trip.
All Other Trips: A deposit of $1,000 per bus must be sent to Ski 93 Trips to reserve your group’s space. We cannot confirm accommodations until this deposit is received. A deposit of $100.00 per person must follow at least 90 days prior to your trip date. The balance of payment is due 30 days before your trip. Refund policies and penalties may vary with each trip.
Responsibility: Ski 93 Trips, Inc. holds a one million dollar liability policy to protect teachers, school districts and their employees. Ski 93 Trips, Inc. acts solely as an agent in acquiring arrangements for transportation, for lodging accommodations with the programs. The issuance and acceptance of all tickets and coupons are subject to the terms and conditions specified by the suppliers. By accepting said coupons and utilizing the services, you agree that Ski 93 Trips, Inc. shall not become liable or responsible for any loss, injury or damage to you or your belongings or otherwise in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services resulting directly or indirectly from any occurrence, howsoever caused or arising. The airlines concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission, or event during the time passengers are not aboard their aircraft. The passenger tickets in use by the carrier, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the airline and the purchaser to tickets and or passenger. If you are looking for a destination not listed online, contact us and we will customize a tour to meet the needs of your group (30 person minimum required).
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