- Arrive in Boston Meet your Tour Director and check in to your hotel.
- Boston city walk With your Tour Director, explore the city known for its baked beans, cream pie, and a certain famous tea party. See Back Bay, Beacon Hill and Boston Public Garden.
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- Harvard University walking tour
- Freedom Trail walking tour Follow a portion of the red brick trail that lines Boston's sidewalks and visit some of the most important historical sites of the American Revolution and the Abolitionist movement. This 4km walk, beginning at the Boston Common and ending at the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown, also includes the site of the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere's house, and the Old North Church.
- Dinner at Faneuil Hall
- Boston Duck Boat guided sightseeing tour Traverse both land and water to see unique neighbourhoods and historical landmarks that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts.
- Salem city walk Explore Salem, the site of the first colony in Massachusetts, remembered more for the events that occurred in 1692 when local girls accused three women of witchcraft. Explore the history, theories, and myths with your Tour Director.
- Salem Witch Museum visit
- Optional Ghost tour
- Travel to New York
- Midtown walking tour Take a walk with your Tour Director through the humming streets of New York’s Midtown which is the home of famous sights such as Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden and some of the city’s most revered museums and institutions.
- Empire State Building & Observatory visit Ascend 381 metres to see New York's best aerial view. From the top, you'll see the Monopoly-board patchwork of skyscrapers, hotels, apartments, and parks that make up the city.
- Ferry boat to Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty
- Lower Manhattan guided sightseeing tour Explore the sights of Lower Manhattan with a local guide. See Trinity Church, Wall Street, Chinatown, Little Italy and visit the 9/11 Memorial.
- Optional Broadway show
- Travel to Philadelphia
- Philadelphia guided sightseeing tour Explore 'America's most historic square mile' with a local guide and see where the founding myths of America were created. Visit Independence Hall which saw the signing of both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. Visit the Liberty Bell Centre, Ben Franklin's grave, Elfreth's Alley, and Friendship Meeting House.
- Travel to Washington DC
- U.S. Capitol guided tour On a guided tour, explore the building where the men and women who have been chosen to represent the citizens of the United States convene to discuss and decide on important legislation.
- Supreme Court visit Walk the halls where some of the most influential Americans have walked and see the courtrooms where some of the most defining decisions in American history have been made.
- Mount Vernon excursion Explore George Washington's gardens and mansion, where George and Martha lived from 1761 until his death in 1799.
- Arlington National Cemetery & Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima) visit The Arlington National Cemetery contains the remains of more than 245,000 persons, mainly comprised of veterans and military casualties from every military incursion—from the American Revolution to the Iraq War. At the cemetery, make sure to visit the Tomb of Unknowns.
- Washington DC evening guided sightseeing tour Night is the perfect time to see the capital, when white marble monuments and silvery pools glow in the floodlights. With your Tour Director see the World War II Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Memorial, National Mall, Tidal Basin, Washington Monument, and stop at the white house to take a photo.
- Holocaust Museum visit With more than 900 artefacts, 70 video monitors, and four theatres screening historic film footage and eyewitness testimonies, the Holocaust Museum provides a comprehensive—and moving—account of the Nazi persecution of Europe's Jewish communities and others during the 1930s and 40s.
- Smithsonian Museum Choose between visiting the Air & Space Museum, the Natural History Museum, the American History Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the American Indian Museum or the American Art Museum.
- National Archives visit Visit the building that houses the most important documents in the history of the United States, including the Constitution, Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence.
- Ford's Theatre visit Tour the infamous theatre and see how John Wilkes Booth crept up behind the president’s private box, shot him point blank, and leapt down to the stage below (breaking his leg in the process).
- International Spy Museum Think you have what it takes to be the next 007? Prove it during a visit to the International Spy Museum. Pick your weapon of choice in exhibits full of spy gadgets and gizmos, get professional intelligence training at the 'school for spies', travel back in time to the 'secret history of histories' exhibit and discover the roles spies have played in the World Wars.
- Return home