Experience this once-in-a-lifetime event in our nation’s capital!
Drawing on the energy, excitement, and pageantry of the Presidential Inauguration, this hugely popular program provides students with an insider’s look at democracy in action! Not just an “in-and-out” tour, our highly-trained instructors guide students as they discover how the ideals represented in DC’s famous monuments and memorials impact us today. They also explore the Smithsonian Museums and walk the halls of Capitol Hill–all against the backdrop of the Presidential Inauguration!
Experiencing the Inauguration with Close Up ensures students have a safe, educational, and memorable time in DC and gives them the chance to:
Explore the inspiring landmarks, monuments, and memorials in these two iconic cities!Learn More >
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience in DC and other historic sites on the East Coast with this fully-customizable program.Learn More >
Journey through American history by exploring these significant U.S. cities.Learn More >
Discuss the evolution of American democracy with visits to two of our nation’s most historic cities.Learn More >
Experience American history up close with visits to the nation’s capital and this Civil War battlefield.Learn More >
Explore American history in-depth with this journey through the East Coast’s most notable cities.Learn More >
Discover our nation’s diverse heritage on this DC program geared to immigrant and migrant students.Learn More >
This is a GREAT way to experience other places…
meet new students and learn more about government.
Close Up brought me CLOSER to politics…
the entire notion no longer seemed obscure. I became very involved in politics on the local and national level.
Close Up gave me the chance to have my voice heard, …
…and spend time with kids who had the same interest in our nation as I did, and grow and learn through debate and first-hand experiences. Close Up was amazing. I would go back in a heartbeat!
Close Up is a positive experience for students…
seeing themselves as having the power to influence the democratic process.