CE Tours is an educational travel company that plans and executes high school trips, college tours, and musical performance trips for students worldwide.
CE Tours is an educational travel company that plans and executes tours for high school groups. It also provides college tours, musical performance trips, and travel to music festival events. Educational tours are designed to bring textbooks to life. By helping to connect classroom lessons to real life experiences, the company aims to help students to experience hands-on learning and have a unique
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Happy Mardi Gras! 🎉
Did you know that the iconic Mardi Gras colors actually have meaning?
Rex, the King of Carnival, selected the Mardi Gras colors and assigned meaning to them in 1892. Purple stands for justice, green for faith, and gold for power.
The celebration of Mardi Gras is more than just a party — it’s a celebration rich in tradition and deeply rooted history. In fact, did you know that when the Spanish ruled the city from 1762 to 1800, they tried to suppress and ban Mardi Gras? However, the lively citizens of New Orleans kept the tradition alive.
We’re all jazzed up to provide a virtual experience and in-person visit the Big Easy! Learn about Mardi Gras and much more during this energetic and non-stop fun tour. Take your students for a stroll down the French Quarter or introduce them to the heart and soul of jazz.
Join the fun! Check out our New Orleans experiences today!
💻Virtual Experience: https://bit.ly/3hoaVll
As we approach the end of Black History Month, we would like to take some time to share why we, as a minority-run business, work hard to provide our youth and students with access to authentic information and experiences from Black History.
Students come from all backgrounds, but not all are given the same opportunities and experiences as others. We’ve come from those backgrounds too, so we know just what these students need to succeed.
That’s why we offer tours and programs that can inspire and shape the future of America. Celebrating and examining how and why Black History has shaped our culture allows students to see their potential and how they can change history too.
Teaching and showing these students, who may not typically have such opportunities, the beauty and history of America and many other places around the world is what drives us to continue what we do. Giving access to information and experiences to underprivileged youth can change their world.
Engage your students with one of our many virtual Black History tours!
It’s almost that time of the year where students choose where to go to college!
Over the years, we have traveled with students to Historically Black Colleges and Universities all over the country! In recent times, it may be difficult for students to travel to all the colleges they want to see. So, we now offer virtual tours of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Students will tour the campus with a live CE Tours guide, learn the schools’ history, culture, admission requirements, campus life, as well as life in the city where the school is located, and more.
Some of the campuses that we offer include accredited schools like Alabama State, Xavier, Jackson State, Howard, and many more!
Check out the full list below!
There’s still time to celebrate Black History Month with one of our many educational and exciting virtual tours.
Have your students immerse themselves into Civil Rights history with a virtual tour to two iconic cities: Memphis and Nashville! They can experience key moments in Civil Rights history like the Sanitation Workers Strike, lunch counter sit-ins, or Dr. Martin Luther King’s last speech.
Or what about a more upbeat and lively virtual tour? Spin, shake, and shimmy to the Virtual Soul of the Black South Experience with a tour highlighting the stunning and inspirational sounds from Aretha Franklin, Wynton Marsalis, Tina & Ike Turner, BB King, and many more!
We offer a variety of Black History tours that will not only engage your students, but teach them the significance of Black History throughout the years.
Experience Black History and check out our tours below!
February is Black History Month!
At CE Tours, we appreciate and cherish the power of Black culture and, what it means for our world. We’re happy to share some of our favorite aspects of African American history in the tours we’re able to offer each and every day.
The first stop on our Black History Month tour highlight is our Alabama Civil Rights Virtual Tour, where students can see some defining moments of the Civil Rights Movement.
One of our favorite women to highlight during this tour is Rosa Parks, a Civil Rights icon whose bravery and persistence in what’s right has inspired the world for generations.
The Rosa Parks Museum houses artifacts relevant to Parks’ life and even houses her fingerprint when she was arrested after peacefully protesting for freedom amongst many other brave voices.
Click the link below for many more Virtual Tours perfect for Black History Month!
Why is The Golden Gate Bridge…. Orange?
Find out as we invite you to leave your heart in San Francisco virtually! Here, we’ll show students how the spectacular bridge came to be what it is today. Additionally, we’ll explore the Golden Gate Park and The Japanese Tea Garden, which is full of Koi ponds, pagodas, steppingstones, and wooden bridges. These gardens are known to be tranquil, peaceful, and the perfect place to enjoy authentic Japanese refreshments which are served from the tea house in the garden.
With so much to see in the beautiful city of San Francisco, you will soon hop on the ferry to Alcatraz where the tour will take us down quite a different route – to the infamous and notorious prison known to be inescapable.
Formerly a military base, Alcatraz was known as one of the world’s most secure and harsh prisons for years, holding prisoners like George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Al Capone, and Robert Stroud, otherwise known as “The Bird Man of Alcatraz.”
During its nearly 30 years in operation, there were 14 different breakout attempts at this facility.
Learn more about the mysteries of San Francisco on this virtual tour below!
Do you know why there is a crack in Philadelphia, PA’s widely-known Liberty Bell?
The Pennsylvania Assembly ordered the Bell in 1751 to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of William Penn's 1701 Charter of Privileges, Pennsylvania's original Constitution. The original bell was hung behind Independence Hall (Formerly The Pennsylvania State House) over 2 centuries ago.
Unfortunately, there is widespread disagreement on how the crack was formed. With many different stories offered up to explain this imperfection, it’s up to you to decide which one you believe!
One thing we do know for sure, though, is the bell hasn’t been rung since February 28, 1846 – George Washington’s birthday.
For more historical sights in Pennsylvania, view our History of the Keystone State tour below!
Take a virtual trip around the Southern US and tour 4 different museums dedicated to Black history!
Come with us as we visit the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis and look into Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s efforts in The Civil Rights Movement from the mid-1950s to his tragic 1968 assassination
Additionally, we’ll stop at the National Museum of African American Music, the National Memorial of Peace and Justice, and National Museum of African American History & Culture!
This tour is perfect as we get closer to Black History Month and gives a great look into some of the best US Black History Museums for your students to enjoy virtually!
Did you know the streets of Florence, Italy are identical to how they looked when the famous artist Michaelangelo walked them in the early 1500s? This famous Italian artist is known for his sculpture of the Biblical figure David, described as the world’s most beautiful and chiseled man.
He built this widely-known masterpiece from 1501 – 1504, when he was just 26 years old!
Known for its art, Italy is one of the most astonishing places in the world that many people hope to visit one day, but unfortunately, may not get to.
We are pleased to offer a virtual experience to tour Italy and see the inner-makings of the city of Rome, explore the beautiful canals of La Serenissima, (Venice’s nickname, meaning “The Most Serene,) enjoy a virtual gondola ride like none other, and dive into boatload of history!
Click below to see more great spots in Italy!
As leaders in the tour industry, we know the struggle that comes with planning a trip, especially in recent circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, we don’t believe students should have to miss out on furthering their education because of these setbacks. We’re proud to offer Virtual Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Tours to allow students to make a confident decision when furthering their education.
We’ve honed our ability to offer outstanding in-person tours and are able to offer these same, realistic tours in a way that will allow students to feel safe, but prevent them from feeling like they're missing out.
With top schools like Howard University, one of the highest producers of Black professionals in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, religion, and Florida A&M, one of the nation’s largest HBCUs, along with many, many more, your students will get a bird’s eye view of ways they can further their education in spaces where they feel empowered and supported.
Click below for our virtual HBCU tour offerings!
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