Boston: walk the Freedom Trail, explore Cambridge and Harvard University; visit Lexington and Concord, the home of the American Revolution.

Have a taste of the Big Apple: take in the breathtaking views of the Manhattan Skyline from the Empire State Building; visit the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island, the two great symbols of America as the land of opportunity and freedom; marvel at the bright lights of Times Square; stroll through the alleys of the green heart of Manhattan, Central Park; make a reverent visit at 9/11 Memorial & Museum to remember and learn more about the events of September 11, 2001; experience the excitement of seeing a Broadway show.

Experience Philadelphia; see the Liberty Bell, climb the famous Rocky steps and visit Independence Hall.

Visit the Gettysburg Battlefield and follow the events during the three dramatic days in July 1863.

Explore the Nation’s Capital: see the heart of Capitol Hill, home to the U.S. Capitol Building, the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress; stop to take a picture at the White House; pay your respects at Arlington National Cemetery; nourish your knowledge through the amazing exhibits of the Smithsonian Museums on the National Mall; the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, a living memorial to the Holocaust; marvel at D.C.’s must-see memorials: Lincoln, Jefferson, World War II, Martin Luther King Jr., Iwo Jima to name a few; visit Mount Vernon, George and Martha Washington’s beautiful home and plantation; dine, dance and experience DC from a new perspective with a cruise on the Potomac river.