Day 1 Arrive in Boston for the start of your historical tour of Boston, New York and Philadelphia.

Day 2 A full day sightseeing of “Bean Town” focuses on the city’s most famous landmarks, including the Old State House, Boston Common, Old North Church, where Paul Revere got the signal to start his famous ride, and the Freedom Trail. Lunch at Faneuil Hall or a picnic after shopping at Quincy Market.

Day 3 This morning follow Paul Revere’s famous ride through historic Lexington.

Day 4 New York City here we come! Early morning departure for the “Big Apple”. Visit the Empire State Building before checking into your Manhattan hotel.. Optional Broadway Performance.

Day 5 Today’s sightseeing includes Battery Park, The Statue of Liberty and lunch at the South Street Seaport. Optional dinner in Little Italy or Chinatown.

Day 6 Time for a carriage ride in Central Park today. See the city from the Top of the Rock.

Day 7 Begin your tour of “The City of Brotherly Love” with a trolley ride around the city. Visit Independence Hall National Park, where the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, and Independence Hall are located and where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed.

Day 8 This morning visit Betsy Ross’ House and have lunch at the Amish Market at Reading Station. Afternoon transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Washington DC Tour

Day 1 Flight to Washington, DC
Lasting memories for your students begin with an arrival transfer and night tour of the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, Korean War Memorial and Viet Nam War Memorial.

Day 2 Visit the Smithsonian Museums and the National Art Gallery.

Day 3 Tour fascinating Old Town Alexandria and Mount Vernon, the restored home of George Washington. Then visit Yorktown Historical Battlefield Park, the site where the British surrendered to Washington’s Troops.

Day 4 A morning visit to Arlington National Cemetery. Afternoon visit to the White House (based on availability) and the United State Capitol.

Day 5 Return Flight home….or extend your stay with a day trip to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.