Day1 New York - Princeton - Philadelphia
In the morning, we will visit Princeton University, one of the prestigious Ivy League universities in United States. A guided campus tour will be arranged when available, which will let our guests have some experience of the American education culture.
Then we will head to the National Independence Historical Park in Philadelphia. On the cobblestone streets, the Liberty Bell stands silently, which was restored not long ago. The silent bell reminds us the American founding history. Independence Hall, the reminder of American modern democracy, is where the Declaration of the Independence and the Constitution was debated and adopted in the late 18th century.
If time is available, we also will go to Lancaster，visiting the Amish Farm. Despite of the rapid development of modern technology and economic development, the locally Amish people still keep an self-sufficiency, more natural lifestyle which without electricity, telephone, television… After dinner, we will go back the hotel.
Hotel: RED ROOF INN LAUREL, MD / Best Western Annapolis, MD or similar
Day2 Washington DC - New York
Departure from the hotel in early morning, we will spend the day visiting Washington DC, the capital of the United State.
First, we will visit National Air and Space Museum. It records the history of the space industry: the Wright Brothers’ aircrafts in 1903, modern out space exploration, St. Louis’s Lindbergh's Spirit and the real Apollo 11 cockpit. It has the most complete history records the sky all over word. Then we will take the DC cruise; enjoy the scenic view along the Potomac River. Our sightseeing also include The Capitol Hill (outside view), one of the most power house in U.S. politics; which including the House of the Senate and Representatives. The White House (outside view) located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is the American presidential residence and office. Passing by Jefferson Memorial along with the Tidal Basin; Vietnam War and Korean War Memorial. And then we will visit Lincoln memorial, where contains a large seated sculpture of Abraham Lincoln and two well-known speeches by
Lincoln decorated on the wall.
If time permits, we also visit the Madame Tussands in Washington D.C., which is the only attraction you can get close to the “44 presidents” of US. Take the chance to explore the inner structure of The White House, taking photographs with Oval Office desk aka The Resolute Desk. The great names will be memorized and honored
forever. Finally, our tour will head back to New York metropolitan area at the evening.
Scenic Spots Instructions:
(1) The order to visiting listed attractions might be adjust by the tour leader according to the Actual situation.
(2) If the attraction/s no opens due to holiday closing, or other unforeseen circumstances, the tour leader will adjust the itinerary when necessary