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Historic East Coast America

  • Destination: United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 36 days

September 16 – October 21, 2018

Two Person / RV $9,695
One Person / RV $7,195
Additional Guest $3,795

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Walk in the footsteps of American settlers and leaders…

This Historic East Coast America trip is fabulous, with 14 days of motorcoach tours to areas you would not be able to see on your own, plus boat cruises, fabulous meals, stage shows and many other special activities and Events. We guarantee no other tour of its kind is as comprehensive as this one.

Walk in the footsteps of early settlers as we tour Boston and Plymouth, MA, including a 4-hour whale watching cruise to their feeding grounds across Cape Cod Bay. We make a stop in Old Mystic to visit the Submarine Force and Newburgh, NY to see West Point.

The Big Apple, New York City! You will be thrilled viewing all the world-famous landmarks you have heard and read about .Two days of motorcoach tours ensure you hit all the highlights. Our New York City guide is a former Broadway actress and enjoys showing you her city. A special treat is dinner at World Famous Sylvia’s Restaurant, featured on several dozen television shows across the world.

The Amish first settled Pennsylvania in 1767 and developed excellent farming skills without the modern conveniences most are used to. Visit an actual Amish farm and learn all about Amish customs. Our tour bus drives right through the huge Kreider dairy barn which houses over 1200 cows; watch the cows ride the automatic carousel in the state-of-the-art milking parlor.

Enjoy a spectacular live stage performance at Sight & Sound Theatre. The theatre’s 300ft long wraparound stage hosts shows with more than 50 actors, realistic sets up to 40ft high, live animals.

We tour Annapolis and the Naval Academy plus enjoy a Coach & Stroll Tour of Annapolis Harbor area. Three more guided motorcoach tours include all of the Washington DC sites, Arlington National Cemetery and a visit to George Washington’s home at Mt. Vernon.

Step back in time more than two centuries to the days before the American Revolution as we visit the Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown Settlements and the Yorktown Battlefield. Visit Kitty Hawk, where airplane flights first began, Wilmington for a tour of a peanut plantation and the ever popular Myrtle Beach.

What a wonderful way to explore all the highlights the east coast has to offer in one great package. Come join us!

Itinerary

Day 1 - 5
Foxboro/Boston, MA
● Get Acquainted Party & Orientation
● Guided Concord & Lexington Motorcoach Tour
● Minute Man National Historic Park & Visitor Center
● North Bridge (Shot Heard Round the World)
● Lunch at the ‘Colonial Inn’
● Concord Museum
● Plymouth Motorcoach Tour
● Pilgrim Hall Museum
● Mayflower II
● Plymouth Rock
● Pilgrim Mother Statue
● Whale Watching Cruise at Cape Cod
● Guided Boston Motorcoach Tour
● Boston’s Freedom Trail
● Bunker Hill
● Paul Revere’s Home
● Old North Church
● Rose Kennedy’s Birthplace & Home
● Beacon Hill
● Old Granary Burial Ground
● Boston Tea Party Site
● Boston Commons
● Faneuil Hall (Cradle of Liberty)
● USS Constitution (Old Ironsides)
● USS Cassin Young at USS Contitution
● USS Constitution Museum
● Harvard University
● Quincy Market
Day 6 - 7
Old Mystic, CT
● Submarine Force Museum
● Nautilus (Historic Nuclear Submarine)
● Tour Mystic Seaport
Day 8 - 9
Newburgh, NY
Guided Tour of West Point Military Academy
● National Purple Heart Hall of Honor
Day 10 - 13
Jersey City, NJ
● Guided New York City Motorcoach Tour
● Manhattan Island
● Trump Tower
● Greenwich Village
● Times Square
● Madison Square Garden
● Lincoln Center
● Stroll Central Park
● Harlem
● Upper West Side
● Upper & Lower East Side
● Chinatown
● Little Italy
● 5th Avenue
● Dinner at Local Restaurant
● Harbor Cruise to Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
● New York City Motorcoach Tour
● Ground Zero & National 9/11 Memorial Museum
● Rockefeller Center
● NBC Studio Tour
● Top of Rockefeller Center (Observation Deck)
● Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Popular Broadway Show
Day 14 - 16
Philadelphia, PA
● Guided Valley Forge Motorcoach Tour
● American Treasure Director’s Tram
● Lunch at Arnold’s Restaurant
● Valley Forge Battlefield Tour
● General George Washington’s Army Encampment
● Guided Philadelphia Motorcoach Tour
● National Constitution Center
● Liberty Bell
● Independence Hall
● Congress Hall,
● Franklin Court
● Christ Church
● Betsy Ross House (Exterior only)
● Elfreth’s Alley
● United States Mint at Philadelphia
● Famous Philadelphia Murals
● Famous Steps in “Rocky” Movies
Day 17 - 19
Lancaster/Pennsylvania Dutch Country, PA
● Guided Amish Motorcoach Tour
● Kreider Amish Dairy Farm Tour
● Lunch at Dienner’s Country Restaurant
● Lancaster City Tour
● Stasburg City Tour
● Live Musical Stage Performance at the Sight & Sound Theatre
– More Spectacular than a Broadway Show
● Lil Country Store & Miniature Horse Farm
● Guided Amish Farmlands & Area Motorcoach Tour
● Amish Theatre Showing the Life of the Amish
● Tour an Amish Homestead
● Kitchen Kettle Village
● Amish Buggy Ride
● Tour Amish Farm, Quilt & Craft Shop
● Countryside Road Stand
● Pretzel Factory Tour
● Dinner at an Authentic Amish Farm
Day 20 - 25
College Park, MD/Washington DC/Annapolis, MD
● Guided Washington DC Motorcoach Tour
● White House Visitor Center & White House (Photo Stop)
● Embassy Row
● Capital Hill Visitor’s Center
● Washington Monument
● United States Capitol Building
● Library of Congress (Photo Stop)
● Washington National Archives (Photo Stop)
● Visit Washington National Cathedral
● Supreme Court Building
● Ford Theatre (Photo Stop)
● Franklin D Roosevelt Memorial
● Lincoln Memorial
● Martin Luther King Jr Memorial
● Washington DC Motorcoach Tour
● Smithsonian Institution
● Washington DC Night Lights & Illuminated Monuments Tour
● Pentagon & 9/11 Memorial at Pentagon
● Air Force Memorial
● Iwo Jima Memorial
● World War II Memorial
● Jefferson Memorial
● Vietnam War Memorial
● Korean War Memorial
● Arlington & Mt. Vernon Motorcoach Tour
● Arlington National Cemetery
● Kennedy’s Grave (Eternal Flame)
● Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
● Arlington House
● Mt. Vernon Tour (George Washington’s Home & Plantation)
● Guided Annapolis Motorcoach Tour
● State House Tour
● Coach & Stroll Tour of Annapolis & Georgian Mansions
● Tour Annapolis Naval Academy
● Lunch at the Middleton Tavern
Day 26 - 28
Williamsburg, VA
● Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area
● Historic Jamestown Settlement
● Yorktown Settlement
● Yorktown Battlefield
Day 29 - 30
Outer Banks, NC
● ‘Grave Digger’ Monster Truck & Digger Dungeon (En route)
● Kitty Hawk & Wright Brothers National Monument
– & Visitor Center
● Outer Banks Scenic Byway
Day 31 - 32
Wilmington, NC
● Poplar Grove Peanut Plantation Tour
Day 33 - 36
Myrtle Beach, SC
● Brookgreen Gardens & Zoo
● Pirates Voyage Dinner Show
● Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Boardwalk & Promenade
● Myrtle Beach Skywheel Ride
● Farewell Dinner at California Dreaming Restaurant
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

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Testimonials

  • “As always we had a great time & are looking forward to our next adventure!”
    John & Ann Dea
  • “Excellent schedule—it rocked!  Food was excellent!”
    Ralph & Ruth Johnson
  • “I will be recommending to all of my RV friends, it is a must do!”
    Garry & Karen West
  • “We had a great time with great people. Our hosts and co hosts couldn’t have made it better. Two thumbs up for Sandy & Hex, Tina & Claudia.”
    Edwin & Doreen Teall
  • “Well planned out and executed by top notch people!”
    Park & Karen Henning
  • “It was fantastic. It exceeded all our expectations in every way. Wagonmasters & Tailgunners were the BEST!”
    Fred & Judy Smith

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  • I must say it was way beyond my wildest dreams and thoughts of South Africa. First of all, I have to say that the people were exceptional. They were beautiful not only in looks, their beauty was in everything they did for us. They were so happy to talk with us and question us about America. They all would love to come over here to visit but said they knew they would never be able to afford the trip. I was overwhelmed with the young children and their attitude toward us. They laughed, smiled and waved to us all along the highways on their way to school. I have to admit, I was so proud of how they were dressed and their pride. Our American children have so much and appreciate it so little.
    Carole & Len Adams
  • We loved it!!  The entire team worked like clockwork together!  Made us feel very comfortable and welcome.  We loved them all!  The entire trip was so well put together.  All the activities were well thought out and so interesting.  Very diverse and so enjoyable.

    Don & Kathy Gogna
  • “It exceeded my expectations!”
    George & Kathy Snyder
  • “The team was a great team. They worked well together, we had a ball.”
    Hank & Berta
  • “Will recommend this to many of our friends. So well done. The best of the best was seen at all of the stops.”
    Wayne & Wendy Mikkelsen
  • Wonderful Staff (Conrad, Clary and Ron on the Polar Bear tour) - I had car trouble, I had a cabinet fall right out of the wall, and I fussed about my transmission on the RV. I had slide covers full of heavy wet snow --- all these problems solved with cheerful and competent efficiency. A widow on my first alone adventure ---totally looked after. Thanks to these fellows - I am delighted with my experience.
    Linda Ellis – Polar Bear Tour
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