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3-Day Washington DC, Philadelphia and New York Tour from Boston

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Our Price: from $270 (per person, based on double occupancy) Available: Mon, Wed, Fri Depart from: Boston, MA; Quincy, MA Highlights:  Visit New York, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Hersheys Chocolate World, Windsor, King of Prussia.

Day 1: Boston - New York City (216 miles)

Today we will depart from Boston to New York City, where we'll tour around Wall Street, where we'll stop outside of Trinity Church, New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank, we'll have photo-op opportunity at George Washington Status and Charging Bull. We'll also stop at World Trade Center, to visit Ground Zero and pay respect to One World Trade Center. Afterwards, we'll take Status of Liberty Cruise, from where we'll have close view of the Status of Liberty, Skyline of Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Williamsburg Bridge and Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Later, we'll visit New York City's landmarks Time Square and Hudson Yard, where we can take photos of the new icon- the Vessel. In the last afternoon, we will visit United Nations. (If it's closed on weekends, we'll visit New York Library instead.) After dinner, we will have the option to enjoy the city vibe during the New York Night tour. Afterward, we will head to the hotel.

The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps, The Cultural Capital of the World... whatever you call New York City, its impact on worldwide culture and business is undeniable. Seeing this famous metropolis is something no one ever forgets!

  • This famous street in New York City's Financial District has become synonymous with American financial enterprises. It is also the home of the New York Stock Exchange, and has been (or still is) the location of several other exchanges.
  • (Outside Visit) Built in the mid-1800s, Trinity Church (also called St. Paul's Chapel) is the oldest public building that is in continuous use in NYC. The current church is the third on this site; the first Trinity Church was built in 1698.
  • (Outside Visit) where implements monetary policy in the United States, and supervises & regulates financial institutions as well as assist maintain national payment systems.
  • (Outside Visit) The "big board" and headquarters of the NYSE is located at the heart of Wall Street, in a distinctive classical-style building that is both a National Historic Landmark and a member of the National Register of Historic Places.
  • (Outside Visit) This bronze sculpture that sits at the northern tip of New York's Bowling Green Park is ready to strike! It was commissioned to represent the "strength and power of the American people" after the stock market crashed in 1987.
  • (Outside Visit) One World Trade Center is the main building of the new World Trade Center complex in New York City. Once completed in late 2013, this will be both the tallest building in New York and third-tallest in the world.
  • (Outside Visit) In the United States, "Ground Zero" refers to the site of the tragic terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, and killed thousands of people. Today, the area is a construction site of future buildings and memorials.
  • Although it is now known for its pale green hue, Lady Liberty was originally a shining copper statue. Oxidation has resulted in this gift from France to the United States taking on the color we see now.
    Admission (Included): Adult $29; Child (Under 12 yrs) $23; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $28|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour
  • (Passing By) Easily one of New York City's most recognizable landmarks, the towering arches of the Brooklyn Bridge have welcomed drivers to the island of Manhattan for years. The two automobile lanes of the bridge are divided by a designated pedestrian walkway.
  • (Passing By) One of the bridges that connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn, construction of the Manhattan Bridge began in 1901. At the Manhattan entrance to the bridge, there is a magnificent triumphal arch beckoning traffic onto the suspension bridge.
  • (Passing By) One of the many famous suspension bridges that connect to the island of Manhattan, the Williamsburg Bridge carries traffic from the Brooklyn neighborhood of the same name to the Lower East Side.
  • (Passing By) The USS Intrepid, docked permanently in New York Harbor, is an authentic World War II aircraft carrier that now functions as a military history museum. On the deck of the ship is a collection of fighter planes.
  • Called "The Crossroads of the World," this major intersection in midtown Manhattan-- where Broadway hits Seventh Avenue-- is a world-famous icon of both New York City and the United States. It has appeared in countless forms of media.
  • (Outside Visit) By market capitalization of shares traded, NASDAQ Stock Exchange is the second largest stock exchange. Located at One Liberty Plaza in New York City, this American stock exchange doesn't have a physical trading floor at all. Trading takes place directly between investors and buyers/sellers, through telecommunications.
  • (Outside Visit) One of the most famous buildings in the world, the iconic Empire State Building is not just a symbol or New York City or the East Coast, but of the entire United States of America.
  • (Inside Visit) Hudson Yards is one of the largest real estate development projects in the United States, a “city in the city” that rises in the bustling capital of Manhattan. It is called the “New Future City” and may be the next largest in New York.
  • (Outside Visit) It is a structure and landmark which was built as part of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project in Manhattan. It is designed by the British designer Thomas Heatherwick, the elaborate honeycomb-like structure rises 16 stories and consists of 154 flights of stairs, 2,500steps, and 80 landings for visitors to climb.
  • This building in New York City has served as the global headquarters of the United Nations since 1952. The area has extraterritoriality status, meaning it is technically not bound by the laws of New York or even the United States.
  • This tour will take you to experience the beauty of Big Apple's night. we will be visiting Brooklyn Bridge Park, Rockefeller Center and Times Square.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $35; Child (0-12 yrs) $25

Standard Hotel: E Hotel Banquet/Conference Center/Palace Hotel/Ramada Inn/Red Roof Inn Edison or similar

Day 2: New York City - Philadelphia - Washington DC (236 miles)

Today we will depart from New York City and head to Washington DC. Before that we will stop at Philadelphia to visit the Independence National Historical Park, view the exterior of Independence Palace and Liberty Bell. Then, we'll visit the Liberty of Congress, US Capitol, US Supreme Court. (If the Capital building and the Library of Congress are closed, we'll have exterior view of the Capital Building, instead.) Afterwards, we'll stop outside of the White House, view south lawn, followed by stops at Lincoln Memorial Hall, Vietnam War Memorial, Korean War Memorial Square and Armistice Line, where you can take photos in front of "Freedom is not Free". After dinner at your own expense, we will have the option to participate Washington Night tour. Afterwards, we will head to hotel

One of the most historically significant cities in the United States, Philadelphia was the first capital of the U.S.The City of Brotherly Love draws history buffs and lovers of culture from all corners of the globe!

  • (Inside Visit) This National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania serves as a way of preserving important Revolutionary War sites for future generations. Called "America's most historic square mile," this 55-acre park in the "Old City" district is not to be missed.
  • One of Philadelphia's most famous landmarks, Independence Hall in Independence National Historical Park is the location where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated, written, and ratified by the Founding Fathers of the USA.
  • (Outside Visit) The famously cracked Liberty Bell is a sign of American Independence and spirit. Located at Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, PA, this symbol of the American Revolution was crafted in 1752-- more than 250 years ago.

The capital of the United States of America sits on the scenic Potomac River. Monuments, museums, and Americana characterize this historic city, which is located in the District of Columbia between the states of Maryland and Virginia.

  • (Inside Visit) The Library of Congress is the oldest cultural institution established by federal mandate in the US, divided between three buildings in Capitol Hill and a Virginia campus. It is the largest library in the world.
  • (Inside Visit) The famous United States Capitol is the meeting place of the US Congress, and has been for more than 200 years. The building is famous for its elaborate dome and intricately designed, detailed columns.
  • (Outside Visit) The Supreme Court is another magnificent addition to Washington's neoclassical buildings. It is home to the country's highest governing judicial body. Visitors may tour the building on their own and also attend court, provided that it is in session.
    Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am - 4:30pm
  • (Outside Visit) The world-famous White House in Washington, DC is the official residence of the president of the United States and the place where most of the work is done. The facade of this neoclassical mansion is a global icon.
  • (Inside Visit) This iconic American monument honors the 16th president of the United States. Abraham Lincoln was president during the American Civil War, and is most famous for the Emancipation Proclamation that freed all of the slaves in the US.
    Duration: Approx. 40 Minutes
  • (Inside Visit) This memorial commemorates those who served for the United States in the Korean War. It is located south of the Reflecting Pool at the National Mall. The simple memorial is triangular in shape will a circle at the top.
  • (Inside Visit) This memorial in Washington, DC serves as a place to remember the American soldier who were lost or killed during the tumultuous Vietnam War. Originally controversial in design, the simple memorial has become a shrine for the American people.
  • Stay at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial to get the main idea the Declaration of Independence, stay in the Rose Garden at the north gate of the White House, the south side of Capitol Hill, and walk to the National World War II Memorial.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $35; Child (0-12 yrs) $25

Standard Hotel: Comfort Inn / Day Inn /Red Roof Plus or similar

Day 3: Washington - Hersey Chocolate World - King of Prussia- New Jersey - Boston (443 miles)

Today we will head to Pennsylvania, to visit Hersey Chocolate World and Valley Forge National Historical Park in King of Prussia. On our return, we'll make a stop at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in New Jersey, before head back to Boston, and complete the journey.

This chocolate-themed wonderland in Hershey, Pennsylvania is an indoor marketplace which offers shops and restaurants aimed at encapsulating the Hershey experience. It also includes rides like the Chocolate Tour, Trolley Works, and the Create Your Own Candy Bar attraction.

King of Prussia is a census-designated place in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • Valley Forge National Historical Park located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Visit Washington Quarters, Washington Memorial Church, National Patriot Clock Tower, and take photos under National Memorial Arch.

is a small historic unincorporated community located within Robbinsville Township in, New Jersey.

  • located in Robbinsville, New Jersey, it's a Hindu temple complex. Build of hand-carved Italian Carrara marble, Turkish limestone and Indian pink stone, the mandir was first opened its door to public on August 10th, 2014.

 

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