Day1 Washington - Corning Museum of Glass - Niagara Falls
Visit Corning Museum of glass, which currently has a collection of more than 45,000 glass objects, some
over 3,500 years old. Watch hot glass making show.
Visit the magnificent Niagara Falls. Inside the Niagara Falls State Park, you can see the 3 beautiful
falls including the American Falls, Horse Shoe Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls.
Return to the visitor center of Niagara Falls to see an IMAX movie called The Legends of The Falls,
which cost $15 million to make. After this you can choose to: A. stay in the park to see more of the
falls; B. join the optional In-depth tour of Niagara, to see the Whirl Poor, and the Old Fort of
Niagara. ($25/person including a $13 ticket of Fort Niagara). A fascinating Thundering water cultural
show will be presented to you in the evening. (Due to sun set time and the traffic restrictions, night
view of the falls may be impacted in some summer days.)
Hotels: Adam's Mark/Radisson/ RIT/ Rochester Plaza/ Park Plaza//Holiday Inn/Clarion Hotel or equivalent
Day2 Upstate New York - Boston
Starting early from the hotel, take Maid of the Mist, a famous ferry on Niagara River. You will have a very exciting
experience by seeing the fall in very close distance. Travel across Upstate New York to reach Massachusetts in the
Arrive at Cambridge to visit the oldest campus in America, Harvard University. Do not forget to take pictures with the status of Mr. John Harvard. Also visit another Ivy League school MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
Boston city tour: stop at the Copley Square to see the old Trinity Church and the modern John Hancock building. Follow the Freedom Trail you can spot the Boston Common, the golden top Massachusetts State House and many other attractions.
Hotels: Sheraton/Hilton/Doubletree/Radisson/Hotel Somerset/Lafayette Yard Hote/ Wyndham Garden/Crowne Plaza/Courtyard/Hilton Garden/Holiday inn or equivalent
Day3 Boston - Rhode Island - Plymouth Rock
Take the Boston harbor cruise in the morning, overview this old city and explore its fascinating history.
Spend time in Quincy Market, where you can shop for souvenirs or try the famous local food—New England clam
Visit Plymouth to see the earliest colonial village, also see the famous ship Mayflower and Plymouth Rock the
important symbol of American colonial history. (Plymouth tours are not available from Nov. 2nd to Mar.10th)
Arrive at New Port, RI, where Billionaires built their summer houses in the 19th century, visit the Breakers
Hotel：Sheraton/ DoubleTree/Radisson/Courtyard/Four Points/Wyndham/Holiday Inn or equivalent
Day4 Yale University - 5th Ave Shopping
Starting early in the morning, we will visit Yale University: view the Gothic Style old campus, learn the interesting history of this colonial school, see where students live and study, visit one of the most famous libraries in world on Yale campus (Only public campus can be visited during school exams).
Arrive at New York City in the afternoon. Stop at the Fifth Ave to shop in Bloomingdale’s, which is the high end store of Macy’s. Macy’s is the biggest retail merchandise in the US.
(Optional Broadway show after 7.00 pm. Transportation fee and show tickets are not included. )
Hotel：Sheraton/Hilton/Doubletree/Radisson/Hotel Somerset/Lafayette Yard Hote/ Wyndham Garden/Crowne Plaza/Courtyard/Hilton Garden/Holiday inn or equvalent
Day5 New York city tour - Hometown
Our well organized tour will take you to reach the top of the most famous landmark of NYC, the Empire State
Building, where you can see the full view of this amazing City. Cruise on Hudson River to see the Statue of
Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge. Visit the old aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Intrepid, which was invested with 120
million dollars to become a famous air and space museum. Walk along Wall Street--the world’s financial center.
See the Trinity Church, New York Stock Exchange and the symbolic Charging Bull.
Visit the Metropolitan Museum--the biggest art gallery in world, Times Square, Madame Tussaud Wax Museum or
Museum of Modern Art. Pass by the Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller center, United Nation headquarters, World Trade
Center Site, Freedom Tower and so on.
- When tour ends, you will be provided with free bus tickets to return Washington, DC (715 H Street At 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001). or free drop off at NYC airports(JFK,LGA,EWR)***（flight departure time after 7 pm）
- The itinerary above might be changed without prior notice due to weather, politics, traffic, seasons and
number of guests.
- Guest, who is granted a free ticket for the Duck boat, needs to pay $3 per person to the boating company as service fee & boat parking tax.
- The 3rd/4th free enrolled guest (in the case of buy 2 get 1 free/buy 2 get 2 free) is not granted a free ticket for the DUCK boat, and if needed, guest needs to purchase the boat ticket and tax (Adult $19 Child $11 Senior $19).
Fee and charges
- 4 nights hotel accommodation, private bathroom, room with two beds in the main (children, third and fourth person the same room, not another extra bed)
- The bilingual guide.
- Luxury air-conditioned buses
- Free shuttle bus for picking up / dropping off
Charges not included
Buy two get one free policy
- Service charges (tip): $8/day ($4/day for driver, $4/day for tour guide), in the form of cash.
- personal expenses: such as telephone bill, room drinks, laundry, tip, etc.
- Optional fee: collected in cash by the tour guide in the same day
Buy send activity price based on the price of two one room, three room and four room with two rooms set up the same, are two double beds; triple room, a room at the four case of the third people, the fourth person does not offer extra beds. Three-room and four-room frame was done after the activities of the average price per person.
Tickets and optional item price list (for reference)
|Empire State Building
|Coning Glass Centre & Hot Glass Show
|Thundering water culture show
|Maid of the Mist
|In-depth Niagara tour
|Boston Harbor Cruise
|Yale In-depth Tour