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Current Price: $335.00 up
  • Tour Code:LL-DC-5
  • Duration:5Days
  • Departure Date:Mon., Fri.
  • Departure City:Washington D.C
  • Highlights: National Air and Space Museum, Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, Vietnam and Korean War Veterans Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, White House, Harrisburg, Hershey's Chocolate World, Corning Glass Center, Niagara Falls, Boston, Harvard University, MIT Quincy Market, State House, Trinity Church, New York, Time Square, Broadway theater district, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, Wall Street, Ground Zero, United Nations, Statue of Liberty
  • Itinerary
  • Tour Fares
  • Pickup Location
Day 1 Home-Washington D.C or BWI Airport Hotel
The tour begins at Washington D.C., the seat of our nation's government. Our tour guide will gladly meet you in front of The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum (Independence Ave at 6th Street, SW)at 3:00p.m. The tour then proceeds to the National Air and Space Museum, featuring the original 1903 Flyer plane designed by the Wright brothers, the Spirit of St. Louis flown by Lindbergh, and actual spacecraft such as the Apollo 11 command module.

We then head to the Lincoln, and Jefferson Memorials, where we can honor these notable past presidents. All of these memorials are lined with stunning decorations and the stirring words of these great American heroes. We will then pay tribute to our modern heroes in the armed forces by touring the Vietnam and Korean War Veterans Memorial. The Vietnam Memorial, designed by Maya Lin, is a simple yet touching site containing a monument inscribed with the names of lost and fallen soldiers. The Korean War Veterans Memorial is equally inspiring, capturing the tension and uncertainty of war on faces of the fighting forces.

Hotel: Sheraton/Westin or similar
Day 2 Washington D.C.–Hershey Chocolate Center–Corning Glass Center–Niagara Falls
From Washington D.C., for Hershey, PA-the sweetest place on Earth! Visitors will have the opportunity to learn how chocolate is made, see the Hershey's characters in person, and even try the delicious food and desserts. We then head to the Corning Glass Center, featuring over 30,000 objects from every era of glass-making, including real glass-making on-site. Visitors can see the fragile art of glass-making. You will witness firsthand craftsman and artisans handily making superheated glass into delicate decorative pieces. Afterwards, we depart for American portion of Niagara Falls, to see the majestic views of nature up close. It is important to note that Niagara Falls, consisting of the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls, features spectacular views in the nighttime, and cameras are a must!

Hotel: Adam’s Mark/Holiday Inn or similar
Day 3 Niagara Falls - Boston
We continue our sightseeing in Niagara Falls to see the majestic views of nature up close. Hop on a boat-ride on the Maid of the Mist (seasonal) where you can "soak” in the excitement and see the power of the Falls up close. We will also be heading to the IMAX Theatre Niagara Falls where you can experience Niagara Falls' incredible stories, and see the most complete collection of barrels that have fallen down the mighty Falls.

The tour then proceeds to in Boston in the evening, where we will have the opportunity to visit downtown Boston and Quincy Market. Situated between Boston's financial district, the waterfront, North End, Government Center and Haymarket, the vibrant Quincy Market is one of America's oldest gathering place. There will also be an opportunity to partake in Boston's most famous export-the lobster-during dinner.

Hotel : Sheraton or Similar
Day 4 Boston - New York
We continue our tour of Boston in the morning by visiting the pristine campuses of Harvard and MIT, both world-class educational institutions. We will also visit prominent sites in Boston such as the State House, built between 1795 and 1797 on Beacon Hill overlooking the Boston Common, and recently featured in the major Hollywood film “The Departed.” There will also be an opportunity for a harbor cruise, where you can view Boston’s magnificent skyline and Charles River.

Hotel: Radisson/Spring Hill by Marriott or Similar
Day 5 New York City Tour - Washington D.C
We start off our tour in New York City by heading to Ground Zero, site of the tragic events of September 11th, to pay our respects and to witness the massive rebuilding efforts. From there we head to Wall Street at the heart of the financial district, home to America’s wealth and business interests. The tour proceeds to Chinatown, the largest Asian community in the United States. We will take in a Waterway cruise of the New York City harbor, where you can view the city’s magnificent skyline and sights, including the busy South Street Seaport, the Statute of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge from the Hudson and East River. An entertaining and informative tour guide will provide interesting facts about all of the sights that make this city special. We will visit Rockefeller Center, NBC Studios, and the surrounding shopping district along Fifth Avenue, where cutting edge fashion and luxury brands reside. No tour of New York City would be complete without a tour atop the Empire State Building, where on the 86th floor, 1,050 feet above the city's bustling streets, the Observatory offers panoramic views from within a glass enclosed pavilion. We will also see the newly transformed USS Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. The tour continues to the bright lights of Time Square and the Broadway Theatre District, where there is an opportunity to see celebrities up close and personal at Madame Tussaud’s. We will visit the United Nations, a gathering place for 192 countries to meet and discuss important issues of the world such as peace and human rights.

The tour wraps up in New York at 6:00 p.m. Customers take bus back to Washington D.C at own cost.
If you want to take the bus back to Washington D.C, the tour guide will send you to the bus station after tour. You take the bus back to Washington D.C by yourself at your own cost (Bus Ticket: $20/Person). The bus will arrive in Washington D.C at 610 I St NW Washington, DC 20001 around 11:30p.m.
Tour Fares
Price Double Occupancy Triple Occupancy Quadruple Occupancy Single Occupancy
Current Price $395.00 / person $355.00 / person $335.00 / person $565.00 / person
Single price is for one people staying in one room. Double, Triple and Quad prices are for two people, three people and four people sharing one room with 2 beds respectively.

Optional Items :
Item Description Adult Child
Grand Canyon IMAX Movie $13.00/person $11.00/person
Maid of Mist (Seasonal) $13.50/person $7.85/person
Corning Glass Center $16.00/person Free
Empire State Building $27.00/person $21.00/person
Wax Museum $25.00/person $23.00/person
Statue of Liberty Cruise $29.00/person $17.00/person
Boston Harbor Cruise $22.00/person $17.00/person
The prices of optional tour items are for your reference only. You can purchase any of optional tour items from the tour guide directly when you are in the tour group. This web site does not accept any purchase of optional tour items.

Travel Budget:
Number of People: Adult , Child (2-9 years old)
This tour is a "Buy 2 Get 1 free" special offer. Please choose more than 2 persons when selecting the number of occupants in a room.
Number of Rooms:
Total Amount: Tour Fares:$0.00; Optional Items (or Hotel Upgrade)$0.00;
Pick Up Location
National Air and Space Museum
601 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024

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Package Includes
  • 4-Night Hotel Accommodations, Tour Escort services, Roundtrip transportation via Air Conditioned, Lavatory Equipped Motor coach
Package Excludes
  • Tips for tour group leader, tour guide, driver etc. (Suggested Tips: $6/person per day); Optional tour items; Admission fees; Personal expense; Air Fares; Airport Transfer Services
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