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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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Brace yourself for the dramatic beauty of Washington D.C. at night.

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.

Guest Stories

Discover what Guests have to say about the Adventures by Disney vacations they've experienced—in their own words.

Dana L.

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My children and I attended the Adventures by Disney Spirit of America tour as we immersed ourselves in the history of our country. We had just
finished watching the recently produced Disney movie National Treasure II, so we were excited to cover sites covered in both movies. We purchased a leather covered journal and each evening we recorded that days activities. This gave us special time each evening to reflect upon our history and family time together. Pictured are my children Karl and Katheryn along with other Adventures By Disney tour families as we are signing our copy of the Declaration of Independence at Liberty Square. Thanks for the great memories! Dana L.
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Kathryn S.

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It started when our 2008 Philly/DC/Williamsburg Tour Director honestly looked like Snow White. Our 3 girls were enchanted. That trip remains
one of our best family memories because it was all about family. We could concentrate on being a family because the details were all taken care of. We were pampered, we loved the souvenir pins from each destination, we loved feeling like a real part of history, we LOVED biking around DC! I loved that I didn't have to make meal decisions, to this day we still talk about the BEST hot cocoa on the planet being at the Renaissance Marriott in DC. We have family photos with the ENTIRE family in the photo. I cried when our tour director offered to take our family photo. We truly had no photos of the family together, since a parent was always behind the camera. I know that sounds silly, but it meant a lot to me. We met friends on tour who are still our friends today. That has been a special souvenir from our Disney trip. Our girls might say the best part of the trip was making mud bricks in Williamsburg. As a mother who hates dirt, I could actually wander away, knowing they were safe & that a nice tour director told me there was a washing machine back at our hotel. Playing in the mud is still talked about at family gatherings. As I sit in this office typing, there is a big collage of photos from our Disney Adventure hanging on the office wall. The pampering continued when we received a disc of photos from our Disney trip. Talk about magic!
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