FRIDAY, JUNE 15
8:00 PM Load Motor Coaches depart for Sandusky, OH
SATURDAY, JUNE 16 – Sandusky, OH
Cedar Point Amusement Park
Spend the day at Cedar Point, the roller coaster capital of the world!
Stay overnight in Sandusky, OH.
SUNDAY, JUNE 17 – Dearborn, MI
Greenfield Village is a vast outdoor museum spread across more than 80 acres, a place where America’s past feels like right now. Just outside of Detroit, Michigan; there are 83 authentic historic structures, from the lab where Thomas Edison gave the world light to the workshop where the Wright Brothers gave us wings and the building where Abraham Lincoln practiced law. Visit the home where Noah Webster wrote the first American dictionary and the farmhouse where Henry Ford grew up.
Henry Ford Museum
Looking for inspiring things to do? From race cars to freedom rides, modular houses to microprocessors, the wide-ranging exhibits of the Henry Ford Museum bring you face to face with real things that have the power to inspire, inform, and engage you in ways no image or description can do on its own.
Stay overnight in suburban Dearborn, MI
MONDAY, JUNE 18 – Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Niagara Falls is far more than a natural phenomenon. Come and see what makes Niagara Falls one of the world’s favorite destinations!
Journey Behind the Falls
Elevators transport you down to observation decks right at the base of the Horseshoe Falls. Walk behind the Falls and feel the thunder of Niagara first-hand.
Take a boat ride on the Hornblower for an up close and personal view at the foot of Niagara Falls for a wet and wild view of the Falls from 13 stories below!
Clifton Hill (student cost)
Clifton Hill is just one block to the falls and the beautiful Queen Victoria Park. When you stay in Niagara Falls, be sure to discover all the fun exploring the great attractions and amusements on Clifton Hill.
Niagara Falls Illuminations
Every evening beginning at dusk the Falls are lit in the colors of the rainbow – don’t miss the unmatched beauty of the Falls at night
Stay in Toronto (6/18 – 6/21)TUESDAY, JUNE 19 – Toronto, Canada
Valley High School Band participates in a clinic at the University of Toronto
The Easton Centre, Toronto’s preeminent downtown mall, covers several city blocks as it boasts more than 250 stores in a bright, airy atmosphere in central, downtown Toronto.
Hockey Hall of Fame Museum
The world’s one and only! Experience the game that defines Canada and a sport that has been adopted by over 80 countries. Spread across over 60,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame offers something for everyone!
View the city from the observation deck. The world’s 5th tallest tower and free standing structure, standing over 1,815 ft.
Famous People Players Theatre
Famous People Players are dedicated to helping those who are developmentally challenged, performances include achievements from those who have dared to believe in themselves. From the moment you step into the venue and are greeted by one of the gracious hosts, you’ll experience a splendor to all of your senses. Enter the innovative Phil Collins Theatre and as the lights dim, a troupe of exceptional performers await you. The one hour performances, each a unique inspiration in themselves, celebrate famous people and their exceptional achievements through a combination of long-loved music, dance, electrifying special effects and endearing life-sized characters.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 – Toronto, Canada
Ontario Science Center
Visit one of Canada’s most famous attractions! With new temporary exhibitions, science demonstrations, hundreds of interactive experiences, and new films under the IMAX® Dome we’ve got something for all ages!
Valley High School Band performance at the Ontario Science Center
It’s one of the world’s great markets! The mothers, sons, fathers and daughters whose hard work and passion for food and their craft make up the collective story of the Market. You’re here, and part of the story. There’s so much to see, taste and discover – now, where to begin?
Royal Ontario Museum
No trip to Toronto is complete without a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum – Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history located in the heart of downtown. Permanent exhibits include Ancient Egypt, precious gemstones, and dinosaur fossils and castings.
A Mariposa Dinner Cruise is truly a unique dining experience. Cruise the Toronto harbor aboard one of our seven magnificent ships, watch the sunset, and experience the sights and sounds of the city’s waterfront and breathtaking skyline. Your memorable evening includes a 3-hour cruise through Toronto’s spectacular harbor front and a delicious buffet-style dinner prepared fresh by our Chef. Dance the night away under starry skies with our professional DJ.
THURSDAY, JUNE 21
Leave Toronto on Motor Coaches for Valley High School, arrive approximately 1:30 AM (6/22).
Trip includes: Roundtrip transportation aboard deluxe motor coaches, 5 nights of hotel accommodations, (Sandusky, OH, Dearborn, MI, & Toronto), 5 breakfasts at the hotels, 4 dinners, plus admission to the listed attractions (unless indicated as student cost).