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Colonial New England

Live Virtual Tour of Falls Village, Connecticut For Student and School Groups

60 Minutes Live Virtual With Luke

Experience One of New England's Historic Hidden Gems

Take a journey through the past. See what it was like to get an education in a 19th-century one room schoolhouse, and walk through a home built in 1734 with amazing Revolutionary War history. Get to know some of the people that would shape this village and see why one of the smallest towns in the state of Connecticut packs such a big historical punch!

Live Virtual Tour

We know that so many student group trips were cancelled this year because of COVID 19 and the temporary shut down of NYC. It's been a tough one to swallow for all of us. So until NYC gets back to normal we've been thinking outside the box. It's a wide world with open spaces so we've hit the road. So make a memorable end to your school year with something fun and educational. Our Colonial New England Tour is certainly both.

Personal Tour Guide

Luke Miller is the owner and original tour guide of Real New York Tours. For over 15 years he has been sharing his love of NYC history with people from all over the world. Now his enthusiasm is extending beyond the New York State border. Come join him for some great history, personal stories and laughs in the glorious New England countryside.

Pricing & Details

Groups of 1-10 Students
60 Minute Live Virtual Tour
$9/Student
  • Each student connects to the tour using a computer, tablet or phone
  • Pricing examples: If you have a group of 10 students taking one tour, the cost would be $90 total. If you have 30 students and would like them to tour in three groups of 10 the cost would be $270 total, or $90 per tour.
  • Questions on pricing? Just call or email us.
Groups of 11-20 Students
60 Minute Live Virtual Tour
$7/Student
  • Each student connects to the tour using a computer, tablet or phone
  • Pricing examples: If you have a group of 20 students taking one tour, the cost would be $140 total. If you have 30 students and would like them to tour in two groups of 15 the cost would be $210 total, or $105 per tour.
  • Questions on pricing? Just call or email us.
Groups of 21-30 Students
60 Minute Live Virtual Tour
$5/Student
  • Each student connects to the tour using a computer, tablet or phone
  • Pricing examples: If you have a group of 30 students taking one tour, the cost would be $150 total. If you have 50 students and would like them to tour in two groups of 25 the cost would be $250 total, or $125 per tour.
  • Questions on pricing? Just call or email us.
  • Recommended start time between 10am and 4pm Eastern Standard Time.
  • This tour uses Zoom Video Conferencing. We will email directions and no need to create an account.
  • If you need to cancel or reschedule for any reason, please do so within 48 hours

Colonial New England Tour Teaser

See it all on our Colonial New England Tour

The Colonial New England Tour Itinerary

Beebe Hill Schoolhouse
Get an exclusive peek into a historic one room Schoolhouse from the 1800s frozen in time. Learn how this small town came together to preserve this unique, historical gem.
Saltbox Colonial Home built in 1734
Take a walk through a historic home built in 1734 with amazing Revolutionary War history. Get to know some of the fascinating people who occupied the house in its 287 year history.
David M. Hunt Library
Hear the story behind this beautiful Victorian Era library and the young boy who attended school there and would go on to be a game seven pitcher in the 1971 World Series.
Book Your Live Virtual Student Group Tour Today!
“I did the Falls Village, CT virtual tour with Luke and thought it was great! It was insightful, funny and a welcome distraction from being stuck at home during COVID-19. I would recommend this to friends and family of all ages. It was incredibly interesting to hear whats its like to live in a home from the 1700's and hear the personal stories of Luke and others from the second smallest town in CT.”
Jason Losh
TripAdvisor
“Took the virtual group tour of Colonial New England. It was fantastic! First, our guide Luke is incredibly engaging, fun, and a great storyteller. I learned so many interesting historic details, but also felt like I got to know the people and personalities too. Enjoyed the pics inserted into the video tour. Luke should have his own show!"
Kimberly R
TripAdvisor
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