Student Travel Programs
Grad Night Tours
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of places to go for grad night tours. With the help of Educational Discovery Tours, we’ve simplified the decision-making process.
We’ve put together some of the most popular grad night tour destinations across the country and we’ll work closely with you to ensure you are satisfied with your decision. While you could plan a trip to just about anywhere, we’ll make it easy to narrow it down. We know our grad night tours are successful when clients want to go back again after their amazing adventure.
One of our most popular options is Disney, because seniors love the Disney Grad Nite (it goes until 2 a.m.!). With so many high school trips to choose from, California is ideal because it offers so many amusements, many of which can be visited in the same trip – like Disneyland, California Adventure, Six Flags, and Universal Studios. Give us a call at 1-800-544-4723 and we’ll plan the perfect senior graduation trip for you – all you have to do is show up!
Top Theme Parks Include:
Disneyland: Located in Anaheim, California, Disneyland, often dubbed “The Happiest Place on Earth,” was the first of Walt Disney’s chain of theme parks. Opened in 1955, it’s home to classic attractions like the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Pirates of the Caribbean, and many others.
California Adventure: Situated adjacent to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure Park celebrates the culture, history, and spirit of the Golden State. Attractions include Pixar Pier, Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!, and the Cars Land area.
Great America: Located in Santa Clara, California, California’s Great America offers a variety of thrill rides, family attractions, and a water park. It’s known for roller coasters like Gold Striker and Flight Deck.
Six Flags Magic Mountain: Found in Valencia, California, this park boasts one of the world’s largest collections of extreme roller coasters. Rides like Tatsu, X2, and Goliath have drawn thrill-seekers for years.
Santa Cruz Beach and Boardwalk: A classic seaside amusement park located in Santa Cruz, California. Open since 1907, it features vintage rides like the Giant Dipper wooden coaster, as well as modern attractions, arcades, and a beautiful beach setting.
Disneyworld: Officially named the Walt Disney World Resort, it’s located in Orlando, Florida, and is the largest of the Disney parks. Comprising four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom) and multiple resorts, it’s a massive entertainment complex.
Knott’s Berry Farm: Situated in Buena Park, California, this park began as an actual berry farm. It’s one of the oldest theme parks in the U.S. and combines old west themes with modern thrill rides. The park also has the famous “Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant” and during the Halloween season is transformed into “Knott’s Scary Farm.”
Universal Studios: With locations in both Hollywood, California, and Orlando, Florida, Universal Studios offers visitors a chance to go behind the scenes of their favorite movies and TV shows. With attractions ranging from “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” to “Jurassic Park,” it’s a hit with movie buffs and thrill-seekers alike.