America's Colonial Heritage
Washington D.C. to Boston

June 4 - 12, 2024

Waitlist only, please call for details!

Personally Escorted by Brian Judd

9 Exciting Days!!  Visit our most famous U.S. Colonial History sites,
at the BEST TIME OF YEAR to go!

Your Tour Price INCLUDES:

  • Round-trip airfare from Salt Lake City
  • First Class Hotels in great locations
  • Fully Escorted from Salt Lake by Brian Judd
  • 12 Meals: 8 Breakfast, 1 Lunch and 3 Dinners
  • Deluxe Motor Coach, restroom & DVD equipped
  • Baggage handling and tips
  • All sightseeing and admissions paid. No add-ons!
  • Top quality service throughout
  • Tips and Taxes and on all services paid
  • One bus only, a nice sized group - reserve early!
  • An extra day in D.C. to see all the sights

Pay by check/cash Tour Price:

With early booking bonus only *$2865.00 per person double,
regular price *$3015.00 per person double.

   Single person room *$3605.00  Triple/Quad room *$2785.00 each person

* Price reflects a pay by check/cash discount.  Credit cards + 3.85%


Daily Itinerary:


Tuesday – June 4            SALT LAKE CITY * WASHINGTON D.C.

After flying to our Nation’s capital, we visit the Iwo Jima Marine’s Memorial. After a dinner stop in Old Alexandria, we visit the Korean and Vietnam War Memorials.  We also visit the Lincoln Memorial as we pay tribute to our great civil war president.  Our hotel for the next two nights, is the lovely Alexandria Hampton Inn.                                                                                  

Wednesday – June 5        WASHINGTON D.C.

Your Washington D.C. tour this morning begins at the Washington Monument, dedicated to our first president and the “Father of our Country.”  Then an opportunity for photos at the White House and a visit to the thought -provoking and eye-catching  WWII Memorial.  After a lunch break at the Pentagon Mall, we visit the Smithsonian Museums and the National Art Gallery where you have time to explore and enjoy on your own. This evening you’ll enjoy a wonderful welcome dinner with your traveling companions.  (B,D)

Thursday – June 6           WASHINGTON D.C. * GETTYSBURG        

This morning we visit Arlington Cemetery. The Changing of the Guard at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is very impressive. Next we visit the inspiring F.D.R. and Jefferson Memorials followed by a photo stop at the U.S. Capital Building and Ulysses S. Grant Memorial. This afternoon, our tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield will help us better understand the significance of the Civil War battle that took place here during the first three days of July, 1863. We also visit the site of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address at the Gettysburg National Cemetery.  (B)

Friday – June 7              GETTYSBURG * AMISH  * VALLEY FORGE * PHILADELPHIA        

This morning we travel through beautiful Lancaster County.  Have fun at an Amish handicraft village, plus enjoy a delicious Amish lunch enroute.  We also stop at Valley Forge where the Continental Army encamped during the winter of 1777.  Of all the places associated with our War of Independence, perhaps none has come to symbolize perseverance and sacrifice more than Valley Forge. Our hotel tonight is located right across the street from The King of Prussia Mall, the second largest mall in America.  Enjoy free time at the many shops and restaurants.   (B,L)

Saturday – June 8           PHILADELPHIA * NEW YORK CITY

Welcome to historic Philadelphia, where in 1776 colonial representatives struggled with the choices and consequences of changing a country, a government and a way of life.   At Independence Hall, our park ranger guide will describe in detail what took place in this building - the debate for national independence!  The events that led to the formation of the United States of America will unfold before our eyes as we see the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross’s home, Christ Church where Ben Franklin is buried, Elfreths Alley and Congress Hall. Later this afternoon, we head to New York City and havea highlights of the "Big Apple" tour before checking into our hotel for the evening.  (B) 

Sunday – June 9              NEW YORK CITY

We arrive early this morning at Battery Park and take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, America’s favorite symbol of freedom, and Ellis Island, the famous immigrant gateway to America (1892-1954).  Our visit will reaffirm our gratitude for being citizens of this great country. This afternoon we take a sightseeing tour of the major attractions found in the “Big Apple.”  We visit the Theater District, Wall Street, Grand Central Terminal and  the Lincoln Center, with a photo stop at the Manhattan Temple.  Next enjoy all the sights, sounds and stores of Fifth Avenue, including Tiffany’s, the Pond and the Plaza. After dinner we’ll take a fun walking tour of Times Square, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the M and M Store.  You might like to catch a Broadway Show while you are here.  (B,D)

Monday – June 10             NEW YORK CITY * BOSTON

After breakfast enjoy more fun in “Gotham” as we visit the Rockefeller Center, Ground Zero 9-11 Memorial,  Central Park, the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial, Strawberry Fields, and Midtown Manhattan.  Later today our coach takes us on a scenic journey through Connecticut and on into Massachusetts.  Enjoy a group dinner tonight in Boston, the “cradle of the revolution” and our home for the next two nights at the Hampton Inn.    (B,D)

Tuesday – June 11            BOSTON 

This morning with our Boston guide, we re-live the ‘midnight ride of Paul Revere’ as we see his home and the Old North Church.  We also visit the Granary Cemetery where Paul Revere, John Hancock, Sam Adams and other patriots are buried.  Lunch stop at Quincy Market.  This afternoon at Minute Man National Park, we learn of the ‘shot that was heard around the world’ as our guide takes us to Lexington, Concord and the Old North Bridge. Today’s tour will help us better appreciate the American ideals of Independence and freedom of speech.  (B)

Wednesday – June 12         BOSTON * SALT LAKE CITY 

This morning enjoy a visit to “Old Ironsides” the USS Constitution.  We also visit Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill battle site and Monument, the site of the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party.  Now after a great tour, a short transfer to the airport for your return flight home tonight with increased appreciation for your country, heritage, citizenship and freedoms.   (B)


Tour Visits:

  • Washington D.C.
  • Iwo Jima Marine's Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Korean Memorial
  • Vietnam Memorial
  • Washington Monument
  • White House
  • WWII Memorial
  • Smithsonian Museums
  • National Art Gallery
  • Arlington Cemetery
  • F.D.R. & Jefferson Memorials
  • U.S. Capital Building
  • Ulysses S. Grant Memorial
  • Gettysburg National Cemetery
  • Lincoln's Gettysburg Address site
  • Valley Forge
  • King of Prussia
  • Philadelphia
  • Independence Hall
  • Liberty Bell
  • Betsy Ross's Home
  • Christ Church
  • Elfreths Alley
  • Congress Hall
  • New York City
  • Manhattan
  • Battery Park
  • Ellis Island
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Wall Street
  • Theatre District
  • UN Building
  • Grand Central Terminal
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • Times Sqaure
  • Boston
  • Old North Church
  • Paul Revere's home
  • Minute Man National Park
  • Lexington
  • Concord
  • Quincy Market
  • Old North Bridge
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Bunker Hill
  • and much more!!!

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