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Looking to explore eclectic global cuisine or immerse yourself in American history? Group tours around Elizabeth give you an opportunity to explore all the city has to offer. There is something for everyone in Elizabeth no matter what your group is looking for. Elizabeth tours can take you through the exciting corridors of the city’s history, shopping, dining, and the arts.
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Elizabeth is a deep and rewarding source of history. Founded in 1664 it is a city steeped in American Revolutionary War history. Visitors are amazed by tours at the Snyder Academy of Elizabethtown, the original College of New Jersey, Liberty Hall Museum, and Boxwood Hall. Other must-see places for history lovers include the Belcher-Ogden Mansion, St. John’s Episcopal Church, and Bonnel House. Be sure to treat yourself to “Elizabeth at the Crossroads,” a 3.5 mile self-guided walking tour that provides an insightful look into Elizabeth’s history. This stroll will take you on a journey from the city’s origins through the centuries.
George and Martha Washington. Alexander Hamilton. Aaron Burr. All things Revolutionary War. In Elizabeth, student groups are able to leave their history books in the classroom and learn instead by walking through actual history in modern times. So make sure your next student outing includes an enriching group tour of one of American history’s most prized cities. Students will be inspired by the historical and cultural offerings in Elizabeth.
Student Group Tour Experiences Like Never Before….
Dining in Elizabeth is a culinary trot around the world. With more than 50 countries represented, ethnic cuisine and multicultural experiences abound in this global city. You can dine for days in Elizabeth. Whether you’re looking for Italian or El Salvadorian cuisines, Thai or Cuban, there’s a spot or two for you. Try Yucca Frita one day and Bozina Shiro the next. But reader beware—you may never want to leave!
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