2025 EHS Mexico Art History Program

Dear Families, Friends, and Travelers – Welcome to the 2025 EHS Mexico Art History Program!  To learn more,  you have two webpages at your disposal. The Pre-Enrollment page shares exciting highlights and important info that you will want to know before signing up. Once enrolled, you'll begin using the Post-Enrollment page which offers a greater level of detail.  Please be sure to review the information thoroughly and get excited for Mexico! 
Travel Dates: March 22, 2025 - March 29, 2025
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Program Tuition: $2,390 USD
Airfare not included in program tuition
Confirmed Airfare: $849
Deadline(s): Join us for an interest meeting on Wednesday May 15th at 6PM at zoom.us/join. Use meeting ID 396 673 459

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There are two options for payment, including an interest-free monthly installment plan.  Follow whichever option works best for your family. If we are within 90 days of travel, only the pay in full option is possible.

Program Tuition: $2,390

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Mexico Cultural Journey

Viva Mexico! Our neighbor to the south has so much to offer a curious traveler: world-class cuisine, compelling history that is inextricably tied to our own, landscapes that rival the most beautiful in the world and a friendly and hospitable people. Many of these attributes are too often overlooked or taken for granted, so we’re excited to help groups rediscover this wonderful country.

Cultural Journeys

Cultural Journeys

Cultural Journeys allow travelers to gain insights into the heritage, history and modern realities of their destination by offering a broad diversity of experience. We rely on the expertise of our local staff to plan itineraries which not only explore the prominent sites but also make time for the lesser-known local gems and are intentional about regular interaction with local people.

Program Highlights

Check out some of the featured experiences of your program!

Eat SO many tacos!!

Delve into the food, history and culture of Mexico City

Have the adventure of a lifetime with your friends

The Itinerary

We do everything possible to abide by  itineraries as originally planned, but decades of experience teachers that we must flexible in our planning. Changes to a trip’s schedule are uncommon, but Walking Tree reserves the right to make adjustments to programming in the best interest of the group. 

March 23USA - Mexico CityToday we will travel to Mexico City. Upon arrival, we will be transported to our hotel in the historic center of the capital for a delicious first meal followed by an orientation meeting.Hotel Catedral
March 24Mexico CityThis morning we will walk through the Zócalo, Mexico's largest central plaza, before marveling at a collection of Diego Rivera’s famous murals. After lunch, we head to Paseo de la Reforma with visits to the Monumento a la Revolución y El Ángel de la Independencia. We'll also have a guided tour of El Palacio de Bellas Artes. Then, dinner and rest! Hotel Catedral
March 25Mexico CityThis morning we will wander the quaint Coyoacán neighborhood, including a visit to Frida Kahlo's Blue House museum and the chance to sample some knock your socks off tostadas inside the Coyoacán market. In the afternoon we head to Parque Chapultepec, an oasis of forest in the middle of the city and once a retreat for Aztec nobility. First, we will visit the Castillo de Chapultepec. We end the day with a visit to the superlative Museo de Antropología and dinner in the leafy, bohemian Condesa neighborhood. Then we ride the subway back to the hotel.Hotel Catedral
March 26Mexico CityAfter breakfast we visit a few more of the amazing sights in the centro historico, including Plaza de Santo Domingo and El Palacio de la Inquisición and la casa de los azulejos, where we'll have lunch! Afterwards we head to the famous canals of Xochimilco for an afternoon of floating with local Chilangos.Hotel Catedral
March 27Mexico City - PueblaToday we escape the big city and venture south to the colonial gem of Puebla. We'll enjoy a delicious lunch in a region known for it's good eating before visiting el Museo Internacional del Barroco and it's impressive collection of pre-colonial art. We're back in Mexico City tonight.
Hotel Catedral
March 28Mexico CityAfter breakfast we head to MUAC, or the University Museum of Contemporary Art for a guided tour of this fabulous installation. In the afternoon we'll visit Mercado la Merced where students can put their negotiating skilling to the test shopping for souvenirs. Hotel Catedral
March 29Mexico CityToday we will head to Teotihucan for a guided tour of the famous pryamids of the sun and the moon to better appreciate the incredible civilization that inhabited the area before the arrival of the Spanish. We'll return in the afternoon for a rest before heading to a celebratory final dinner and an exciting lucha libre performance! Hotel Catedral
March 30Mexico City - USAToday we'll head to the airport and catch our international flight home, ¡hasta luego!Your own bed!


In order to provide a safe and memorable experience, we follow strict guidelines when choosing group accommodations. Walking Tree partners with hotels and guest houses which are centrally located, locally operated, clean and safe.  We inspect each partner hotel to ensure they meet these standards.

Below are the accommodations we anticipate using on your program, subject to availability. 
Hotel Catedral

Located behind the Metropolitan Cathedral and just a few steps from the archaeological ruins of the Templo Mayor and the National Palace in the Plaza de la Constitution,  Catedral Hotel boasts an excellent location, comfortable and clean rooms, and a friendly staff.

Safety and Support


I was very concerned about my daughter who has a peanut allergy travelling to a foreign country for the first time without us. Walking Tree was very sensitive to my concerns and reassured me that this is something they could handle and they did! I would send her again in a heartbeat. Thank you Walking Tree.

Parent of Emilie, traveler on 2018 Service Program to Costa Rica

Your Adventure Includes

Estimated Airfare

In order to give our travelers the best possible price, we break out airfare from the Program Tuition. We will still handle all booking and ticketing via our flight partner who has access to special fares not available to the general public. Once confirmed, you will be invoiced for the flight roughly 75 days prior to travel. 

Program Tuition Excludes: Travel insurance, baggage fees, passport/visa fees, laundry, souvenirs, and activities not listed on itinerary.


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Resource center

Resource Center

Why should high school students travel abroad? What happens if a participant gets sick? How quickly do we need to enroll? We’re sure you have plenty of questions and we’ve got you covered! Visit our Resource Center to discover the answers to your most pressing questions and contact us anytime with additional questions.

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