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Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

The Washington Monument at twilight Tombstones, 3 cannons and a statue of a man on a horse at Gettysburg National Military Park A girl signs a huge facsimile of the Declaration of Independence The statue of U.S. soldiers raising the flag at Iwo Jima The fountain and lawn outside the White House
The Washington Monument at twilight
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Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

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Discover the iconic landmarks and historic locations that helped forge America while you explore these 2 magnificent cities. From Independence Hall to the battlefield at Gettysburg to the U.S. Capitol, you'll walk in the footsteps of the men and women who fought for and shaped our great nation as you visit the extraordinary destinations on this fascinating adventure through history.

Philadelphia & Washington D.C.

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Philadelphia

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast

Accommodations: Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia

Independence Hall in Philadelphia

Tour Philly by Trolley

Hop onboard a privately guided trolley-on-wheels tour through the city. Stop along the way to explore some of the following landmarks:

  • The Liberty Bell

    Find out the story behind the Liberty Bell and how it grew in significance to become an enduring symbol of liberty

  • The Betsy Ross House

    Be greeted at the Betsy Ross House by a character playing the patriotic seamstress who created the American flag.

  • Independence Hall

    Imagine yourself as one of the nation’s founders when you and your family sign a facsimile of the Declaration of Independence at Independence Hall.

Explore the National Constitution Center

Visit the center that inspires active citizenship as you learn about the origins of the Constitution and its effects not only in establishing the United States but also around the world.

On Your Own Lunch at Reading Terminal Market

Meander through America’s largest and oldest farmers’ market, established in 1892 and containing an abundance of locally grown crops and family-run eateries. Choose your lunch from many types of cuisine, from Asian to Middle Eastern to Pennsylvania Dutch and more. Watch the Amish prepare their farm fresh products—and eat one of their soft pretzels while it’s still warm from the oven!

On Your Own in Philadelphia

After the trolley tour is completed, be dropped off at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia. Then, take a moment to explore some of the fascinating places in Old City Philadelphia on your own.

Dinner On Your Own

Philadelphia is home to some of the finest restaurants in the world. Ask your Adventure Guides for recommendations and find the ideal restaurant suited to your family’s taste and needs.