Visit famous places like Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Niagara Falls, Toronto and Montreal.
8-Day Standard US, Canada Bus Tour: Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Niagara Falls
- New York City
- Washington, D.C.
- Corning Museum of Glass
- Niagara Falls
- Thousand Islands (Seasonal)
- 7-Night Accommodations
- New York metropolitan area hotel
Day 1: Boston – New York
Your adventure ends with a trip to New York City from Boston. Customers will get a chance to take part in our exciting New York City Night Tour.
The New York City Night Tour involves Times Square, Rockefeller Center & Brooklyn Bridge and is a highly recommended optional tour with limited seats and hotel departures at about 6:00 pm (limited seats, suggested ticket purchase in advance).
Day 2: New York City
Our East Coast tour will continue with a drive of New York and a visit to the world’s financial center, Wall Street, home to the New York Stock Exchange. We will also see the Old City Hall along the way and the carving of the iconic Charging Bull.
Next, we’ll go up to the top of the One World Trade Center (not including admission).
Afterward, we can see the iconic Liberty Statue with a Liberty Island Cruise (own expense). You’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the New York skyline as well as Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, and a close-up view of the Liberty Statue.
Instead, we will travel to the USS Intrepid (not including admission), a spectacular museum with a number of aircrafts. From here we’ll pass through midtown, seeing the United Nations (UN), Fifth Avenue, and Rockefeller Center, a national historic landmark and one of the most inspiring locations in New York.
The final stop for the day is Times Square-the world’s crossroads. Visitors will also have an opportunity to explore Ripley’s Believe It Not (admission is not included) upon arrival!
Day 3: Philadelphia – Washington, D.C.
On the third day of the trip, we will be visiting Philadelphia including visits to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
The bus would then head for Washington D.C. The National Museum of Natural History, where the famous curse Hope Diamond is located, will be the first stop. The bus will then take us to the Capitol In-depth Tour, A Walking In-depth tour inside the Capitol, led by a skilled US CONGRESS Tour Guide, who will show us inside the Capitol, as well as the Rotunda and the Crypt.
The next stop is Madame Tussaud’s President Wax Museum (admission not included), here you will be able to take pictures of all the presidents of the United States and other celebrities! First will be the U.S. principal home and office, the White House (South Lawn View). Speaker. Instead, you’ll visit the Lincoln Memorial, one of the world’s most prominent landmarks.
And that day’s final attraction will be the D.C. Harbor Cruise (admission not included) which is situated on top of the Potomac River, the U.S. National River, with an exclusive view of the Department of Defense, The Pentagon.
Day 4: Washington, D.C. – Corning Museum of Glass – Niagara Falls
The day starts as we ride from the hotel to the Corning Museum of Glass (not including admission), which is the world’s largest glass museum. You’ll be able to watch a live Hot Glass Display inside the museum and learn about the history of glass making.
They will then travel to Niagara Falls City to learn about Niagara Falls’ past and mythology in the Niagara Falls Movie: The Niagara Story. Historical highlights of Niagara City offering an in-depth guide, Old Fort Niagara located at the mouth of the Niagara River that flows into Lake Ontario.
Our country’s earliest battle tells a colorful history of America. We’re also going through the power vista, the largest electricity generation system in North America. You’ll also be able to feel the force of nature by taking a breathtaking Jet Boat * trip through the magnificent Niagara River.
We’ll head back to the hotel after that.
Day 5: Niagara Falls – Toronto
In the morning, we will cross the Rainbow Bridge over the border into Canada. Join the world-renowned Niagara Falls Hornblower cruise (admission not included, APR-NOV) which will take you straight into the heart of Niagara Falls to witness the thunderous force of one of the world’s natural wonders.
We will then hit Niagara City’s highest point for the Skylon Tower Lunch (admission not included), while enjoying Niagara Falls’ stunning day view. Afterward, head to Toronto, once we hit Toronto harbor, we’re going straight on to Lake Ontario for the Toronto City Cruise (admission not included, APR-NOV), where you can overlook Toronto for the best pictures of the region.
On departure, we’ll hit the highest point in the entire western hemisphere, the CN Tower (not including admission), and witness the world’s first glass floor.
Following the Ripley’s Aquarium (admission not included), today one of Canada’s most popular attractions featuring many aquatic exhibits including a walk-through aquarium. We’ll be able to see the Toronto City Hall, the city’s landmark, as it passes through downtown Toronto. The tour will then visit Toronto Chinatown (dinner, own expense) to explore local cultures in a special way.
Day 6: Toronto – Thousand Islands (Seasonal) – Ottawa – Montreal
Today, the tour departs early in the morning, heading east to Kingston Ontario where there are Thousand Islands. We will be able to explore St. Lawrence River, the islands, and the beautiful scenery by taking the Thousand Islands cruise (additional fee, APR-OCT).
The tour will then visit Ottawa, Canada’s capital, where you’ll find landmarks such as the Parliament & Centennial flame. On arrival, you can enjoy free time for lunch and videos. We will also reach the province of Quebec on the way to Montreal (Double Decker City Tour, admission not included)
Visit Montreal Chinatown to enjoy dinner when you arrive in Montreal and then go back to the hotel.
Day 7: Montreal – Quebec – Boston
Leave the hotel for the oldest town in North America, Quebec City. The first stop is going to be one of the only two cities in all of North America still surrounded by reinforced walls, Old Quebec. We will have an In-Depth Walking Tour of Old Town Quebec (own expense), the oldest and most historic section of Quebec City, La Citadelle, and Cheatau Fronternec (own expense).
In the end, we’ll enjoy an authentic French meal (own expense) at one of the city’s most famous restaurants. Until we cross the border, we will make a stop on the Canadian side at the Duty-Free Shop where guests can buy popular local produce such as ice cream, maple syrup, smoked salmon, etc. We’ll head towards Boston after that.
Day 8: Boston
We’ll continue our tour with a visit to Harvard University, the first college campus in the United States. You’ll take a look inside the Ivy League reputation school where some of the most famous people in the world have walked.
Instead, we pass through Trinity Church also known as Boston Church. Guests will then explore the harbor in Boston and the perfect way to see the beauty of the country’s cleanest harbor is by taking the Boston Harbor Cruise (own expense), with a guided guide, we’ll learn about the past and lore of the Boston waterfront. Following the Cruise, we will visit Boston’s oldest market, Quincy Market. Finally, our tour bus will head to Boston Logan Airport to drop off passengers or Can drop them off in Boston city.
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Last Updated on February 8, 2023 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com