The Denmark spring break program introduces you to New York through the lens of inequality. New York is one of the world’s most dynamic cities, but its citizens benefit unequally from its amazing success. Through curated learning experiences in and outside the classroom, you will experience not only the famous sights, but you’ll also come away with a deeper understanding of life in New York and America today.
Day 1: Arrive in New York
Students arrive and settle into hotel accommodations.
Day 2: NYC Bus Tour and Rockefeller Center
Orientation & Lecture: Inequality in New York
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Dinner at Times Square
Learn about New York’s storied past and dynamic present as we explore Manhattan – the heart of the Big Apple and New York’s most populous borough — where you’ll see some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including Times Square and Rockefeller Center.
Day 3: Wall Street Walking Tour
Federal Hall, Trinity Church & Battery Park Memorial
Empire State Building at Night
Walk through the Financial District, home to the New York Stock Exchange, and learn about the US financial system before ending the evening with the best views of the city atop New York’s most famous building.
Day 4: Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
National 9/11 Memorial
Dinner in Little Italy
Visit the Statue of Liberty and historic Ellis Island, where millions of immigrants came to America between 1892 and 1954, then experience the moving National 9/11 Memorial honoring victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Day 5: MoMA
Shopping on 5th Avenue
Experience the vibrancy of New York life everyone talks about by visiting one of the nation’s most famous art museums, before partaking in world-class shopping on 5th Ave and checking out a professional baseball game – the storied national sport that is bound with American identity.
Day 6: Walking tour of Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn
Visit to Food Bank
Go on a walking tour of Brooklyn and across New York’s iconic bridge — the first steel-wire suspension bridge in the US — then learn more about the challenges faced by less affluent New Yorkers by visiting a food bank that helps provide meals for local seniors.
Day 7: The Met Museum
United Nations Tour
See why New York is considered both a world political and an arts capital by visiting the largest art museum in the country, the U.S. headquarters for the United Nations, and the legendary theatres of Broadway—where students will witness an unforgettable live performance.
Day 8: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park Picnic
Dinner at Eataly and 5th Ave. shopping
Learn about America’s natural history at one of the largest museums in the world and enjoy a festive picnic in the city’s most famous park before exploring Eataly’s Italian marketplace and one last change to shop the shopping mecca that is New York’s 5th Ave
Day 9: Travel home
Students will say their goodbyes and head home.
We provide a bespoke educational program designed around your passions and the city’s culture.
You will stay in a 3-star or higher hotel near the heart of the city.
Charter buses for airport pickup and dropoff and all activities. In some cases, we may be taking the subway together to specific events in the cities.
Customized site visits to major companies and organizations expose you to expert insights on what’s really happening in the city – and the world.
We provide a tailored educational program carefully curated by our instructors.
All scheduled activities and experiences are included in the program cost.
Our programs offer full-service 24/7 support—there is always someone ready and waiting to help!
You’ll enjoy three meals per day—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—with the freedom to explore places locals love!
See it All
Enjoy a comprehensive introduction to New York’s most famous sights and experiences. From Central Park to the Statue of Liberty, you’ll see it all, plus experience iconic activities such as dinner in Times Square and a Broadway show.
Partake in a truly exceptional cultural immersion experience as you see New York through its amazing history and unique culture. Enjoy iconic foods and traditions and experience what makes New York so distinctly American.
Experience signature activities such as a springtime bike tour of Central Park and a visit to Eataly Italian food market. You’ll be exposed to a side of the city that locals love, but that you won’t find through other tours or programs.
- Round-trip airfare
- Overnight accommodations at a 3-star or higher hotel
- All scheduled activities
- Three meals a day at our favorite spots
- Private and public transportation
- Site visits and guest speakers
- 24-hour service and support
- 24-hour fun and supportive staff
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