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5-Day New York, Boston, Niagara Falls East Coast Tour from New York

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Our Price: from $418 (per person, based on double occupancy) Available: Thu, Sun Depart from: New York, NY; Jersey City, NJ; Edison, NJ; Flushing, NY; Brooklyn, NY Highlights:  Visit Niagara Falls, New York, Boston, Corning, Washington, DC, Philadelphia.

Day 1: New York City

Today, we are going to explore the Big Apple, New York City.
Financial Center: We will walk on the Wall Street, and visit Trinity Church, New York Stock Exchange and Federal Reserve Bank of New York. You will also have a chance to take a picture with the statue of George Washington and the Charging Bull. You can get on top of the One World Trade Center to overlook the city. (If One World Observatory is closed, Empire State Buiding will be the replacement) .
American Spirit : Then we will take Statue of Liberty Cruise getting a view of Manhattan, Statue of Liberty and photo with Brooklyn Bridge, followed by Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum .
Landmark exploration: Explore the famous landmarks of America by visiting Times Square, NASDAQ Stock Exchange and Broadway theatre.
Best of the world: Take an in-depth tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art or walk in the Central Park.

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!

  • 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.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $34; Child (6-12 yrs) $28; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $32
  • Soaring more than a quarter of a mile above the heart of Manhattan, the Empire State Building is the World's Most Famous Office Building. A symbol of dreams and aspirations connecting with people around the world.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $37; Child (6-12 yrs, Price may vary among different plans.) $31; Senior (Over 62 yrs, Price may vary among different plans) $35; Standard Pass
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • where implements monetary policy in the United States, and supervises & regulates financial institutions as well as assist maintain national payment systems.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • This world-famous statue in New York harbor is best known as a center of immigration in the United States. Dedicated in 1886, it has served not just as a symbol of New York but of the country ever since.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $28; Child (4-12 yrs) $20; Statue of Liberty Cruise
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $33; Child (5-12 yrs) $25; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $32
  • 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.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art, located in New York City, is the largest art museum in the United States with among the most significant art collections.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $25; Child (under 12 with adult) Free; Senior (65+) $17
  • New York City's world-famous park sees over 35 million visitors every year, and not without reason. From playgrounds to ponds, horse carriages to bird-watching, and ice skating to rock climbing, the possibilities are endless in the 843-acre commons.

Standard Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

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

Today, we will visit Philadelphia to take a Ancient Capital Ruins tour, which we will see Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Afterwards we will continue on to Washington, DC to take a Capitol 360 tour and see the American Remark. Also we can take an optional President Explore In-Depth Tour to know more about presidents.

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!

  • Entering the National Independence Park, exterior view Independence Palace, the birthplace of the “Declaration of Independence”, the “United States Constitution”, and the“Bill of Rights”, exterior view the Liberty Bell, which symbolizes American freedom.
    Duration: Approx. 40 Minutes
  • 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.
  • 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.

  • We will get to the top of the Capitol building with a 360-degree view of the whole Washington DC, where we can see the FBI headquarters, CIA, IRS and other office buildings. Then we will also visit inside of the Capitol building.
  • 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.
  • Exterior view South Gate of the White House South Lawn, outside view of U.S. Department of the Treasury.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • 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.
  • The tour includes admission to Presidential Wax Museum, you can take close-up photos of all the wax figures of all US presidents, take photos of the simulated Oval Office of the White House. Visit inside of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial, and the Korean War Memorial.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $29; Child (3-12 yrs) $25; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $27|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Standard Hotel: Holiday Inn or similar

Day 3: Washington DC - Hershey - Corning - Watkins Glen - Finger Lake - Niagara Fall (462 miles)

Today we will enter Hershey Town to visit Hershey's Chocolate World , see the whole process of chocolate production. Then we will go to visit Corning Glass Museum. We will also go to visit the Watkins Glen and Finger Lakes (*Considering of the time/traffic/weather). After that, we'll drive to Niagara Falls and have a chance to take the Colorful waterfall tour.

Fun, sweetness and adventure await at Hershey's Chocolate World. You'll be greeted by giant Hershey's product characters as you enter this delightful world of food, shops and entertainment devoted to all things chocolate.

  • Explore the many wonders of CHOCOLATE! At Hershey's Chocolate World, a free 10-minute automated ride takes you through the steps of producing chocolate, from picking the cocoa beans to making candy bars.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes

Corning is a city in Steuben County, New York, United States, on the Chemung River. The population was 11,183 at the 2010 census. It is named for Erastus Corning, an Albany financier and railroad executive who was an investor in the company that developed the community.

  • This non-profit museum run by Corning Glass Works explores the science behind glassmaking the history of the art throughout human cultures. It contains tens of thousands of significant objects, some as much as 3,500 years old.
    Exclude Museum Ticket
    Duration: Approx. 30 Minutes

Watkins Glen is a village in Schuyler County, New York. This is the birthplace of the Watkins Glen International, one of the premier automobile road racing tracks in the United States. Sitting on the south shore of Seneca Lake, it is also famous for its beautiful natural sceneries.

  • "Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks, with a reputation for leaving visitors spellbound," boasts the State Parks web site, and it is easy to see why people love this beautiful landscape.
    Because the canyons are all rocks and waterfalls, will be closed on rainy days and winters, and opened to the public from May to October every year. Besides that, due to the long distance to the Niagara Fall, the driver's driving time is restricted by law every day. If the traffic jams and weather of the day are not allowed, for security reasons, the company reserves the right to change or cancel the attraction
    Opening Hours: May - Oct|Duration: Approx. 45 Minutes

The Finger Lakes are located in the west-central section of Upstate New York in the United States. This popular tourist destination consists of eleven lakes and these are: Canadice Lake, Canandaigua Lake, Cayuga Lake, Conesus Lake, Hemlock Lake, Honeoye Lake, Keuka Lake, Otisco Lake, Owasco Lake, Seneca Lake and Skaneateles Lake. The lakes resemble fingers because they are long and narrow.

Duration: Approx. 25 Minutes

Among the most beautiful natural wonders in the world, Niagara Falls are comprised of three waterfalls that thunder and astound, producing a higher flow rate than any other waterfall in the world and standing at a height of 167 feet.

  • Deep into Niagara Falls State Park and see a wide range of exotic flowers; step on the observation platform of Terrapin Point of Goat Island, and Luna Island, touch the water in the nearest distance. Experience the colorful night view of the three major waterfalls Horseshoe Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and American Falls, as well as the magnificent nature.
    Overtime activity, the fees are paid as overtime working fee for the driver and tour guide. Guests can choose 100% freely
    Admission (Optional): Adult $35; Child (Under 12 yrs) $25; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $35|Duration: Approx. 2 Hours

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

Day 4: Niagara Falls - Boston (467 miles)

Today we will visit the Niagara Falls where we will take the Touching Niagara Fall. When back to the shore after the end falls, we will come to the foot of the waterfall by following the tour guide. Afterwards, we come to state park, where are many amusements and small shops in the summer, and sometimes a local flea market, selling local Indian artifacts. You can choose enjoy free time or take an optional Niagara Scenic In-Depth Tour. Afterwards, we will continue to Boston. We will take a World-famous university tour including the Harvard University and passing by Massachusetts institute of technology. After we arrived at Boston China Town, you can enjoy Boston Lobster Meal on your own expenses.

Among the most beautiful natural wonders in the world, Niagara Falls are comprised of three waterfalls that thunder and astound, producing a higher flow rate than any other waterfall in the world and standing at a height of 167 feet.

  • Overlook the spectacular Niagara Fall on viewing waterfall observation deck. Watch the Niagara Falls IMAX movie (winter) or take the Maid of Mist (summer). Then along Niagara wooden walkway, climb halfway up the hill to the American Falls and come to State Park.
    Duration: Approx. 2 Hours
  • Soak in the excitement of Niagara falls (literally). This world-famous boat tour takes you directly into the basin of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls for unprecedented views you can't get anywhere else. Don't forget your rain gear and sense of adventure!
    Admission (Optional): Adult $19.25; Child (6-12 yrs) $11.20; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $19.25|Duration: Approx. 20 Minutes
  • An in-depth tour of this famous and historic area takes passengers through some of the lesser-known stories that surround Niagara Falls. We will visit Cave of the Winds (admission included, we will visit Old Fort Niagara instead if close), Hydroelectric power station and Whirlpool State Park.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $29; Child (3-12 yrs) $25; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $27|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • The Cave of the Winds on the New York side of Niagara Falls is an attraction which allows people to walk along pathways on the river at the base of the American Falls. It is open in the summer.

Boston is a city as beautiful as it is historically significant. Visitors can walk the Freedom Trail and see where the seeds of the American Revolution were sown or visit the North End and look out over the harbor.

  • Firstly we go inside Harvard Campus, standing on the doorstep of the Harvard library to take a "graduation picture", touch the legend of the "Mr. Harvard statue". Passing by Harvard students' dormitory and Harvard Principal's Office Building. Then we will pass by Massachusetts institute of technology. Across Charles river where Harvard students rowing Dragon Boat Race every year and see famous Berklee College of Music. At night we will come to Boston Chinatown (60 minutes) to enjoy the local food, such as the very famous Boston lobster dinner (Meal costs on your own).
    Admission (Optional): Adult $16; Child (3-12 yrs) $10; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $16|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour
  • One of the most famous institutions of higher learning in the world, Harvard University in Cambridge, MA has been standing since 1636, making it the oldest university in the United States. Tourists come for both history and the architecture.
  • The Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts is a research university known the world over for its highly selective and intense academics, and MIT alumni include 24 Nobel Prize winners and 22 Rhodes Scholars.
  • At one time, lobster was considered low-class food, barely fit to be used as fertilizer. Not so today-- the most elite are willing to shell out a fortune for a good lobster, and Massachusetts is famous for its shellfish.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $35; Child (3-12 yrs) $35; Senior (Over 65 yrs) Free

Standard Hotel: Comfort inn/Best western/Quality inn or similar

Day 5: Boston - New York (218 miles)

In the morning, we will first see the World-famous Building of Boston. Then brings you a deep tour of walking to Boston Freedom Trai. Afterwards we will take a Revolutionary Cradle tour. For those guests who leaving the tour from New York, we will exclusive offer free attraction - Yale University. Please refer to the "Departure & Return" for more details about pick up and drop off.

Boston is a city as beautiful as it is historically significant. Visitors can walk the Freedom Trail and see where the seeds of the American Revolution were sown or visit the North End and look out over the harbor.

  • Stop at the shooting spot of the famous movie "National Treasure" - Boston Trinity Church, a Richardson Romanesque architecture. And with the nearby John Hancock Tower designed by the famous Chinese American architect I. M. Pei, becomes the "building within building" on Copley Square.
    Duration: Approx. 45 Minutes
  • The Freedom Trail was conceived by local journalist William Schofield, who in 1951 suggested building a pedestrian trail to link important local landmarks. Boston mayor John Hynes decided to put Schofield's idea into action. By 1953, 40,000 people were walking the trail annually.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour
  • Arriving at the source of the American revolution–Terminal of Boston Tea Party, and the nearby Quincy Market, has food stalls from all over the country for you to choose. We highly recommend New England clam chowder and lobster rolls as Boston specialty.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour

New Haven is a coastal city in the U.S. state of Connecticut. It is located on New Haven Harbor on the northern shore of Long Island Sound in New Haven County, Connecticut, and is part of the New York metropolitan area. Besides, New Haven is the home of Yale University.

  • Founded in 1701, this world-famous university is the third-oldest in the United States. This Ivy-League school is consistently ranked as one of the best institutions of higher learning in the entire world, and admission is extremely competitive.

 

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