With over 50 points of interest including the White House, Lincoln Memorial, and the Smithsonian Institution, our nation’s capital is a fabulous destination for everyone eager to learn about American history and monuments.
The city that never sleeps! Perfect for all ages, New York City is known nationwide for its hustle and bustle, as well as the 262 skyscrapers lining Manhattan (the second most in the world!)
Part of the Historic Triangle, Williamsburg is a flashback to colonial life, filled with history museums, workshops, and imperial costumes.
Massachusetts’ capital and largest city, Boston joins St. Augustine in being one of the oldest U.S. cities. Laying the grounds of the Freedom Trail, tourists can experience the nation’s founding while visiting sights such as the Boston Commons, the 19th century Public Garden and Fenway park.
Home of the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia is yet another amazing American historical site for all ages.
Lined with skyscrapers, view ‘The Windy City’ from the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower.
A two-stop tour, visiting these cities everlasting plantations will leave you reminiscing sweet ice tea and horse carriages for weeks after.
A country music lovers must-see: The Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium both reside in the ‘Music City”
Despite its year-round fog, San Francisco makes up in beauty with it’s colorful, Victorian homes, Mount Tamalpais and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Known as the oldest (and to some, the spookiest) city in the country, St. Augustine is an exciting adventure of haunted graveyard tours, to taking a boat over to the oldest U.S. fortress, the Castillo de San Marcos.
Greatly progressing since being a main part of the Civil War, as well as the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement, Georgia now is home to the World of Coca Cola, the CNN Center, and Six Flags Georgia.
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