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Tour Code:
23-625
Start City:
New York, NY, USA
End City:
New York, NY, USA
Boston, MA, USA
Duration:
7 days
Tour Type:
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Please note that order of day-to-day itinerary is adjustable depending on tour start day.
US side only: A Canadian visa is NOT required to join this tour.
Day 1: New York
Summary of The Day: Your fun-filled tour starts when you arrive in New York City! There your tour guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. We offer one complimentary hotel transfer per order. Guests who wish to request extra airport pick-ups during the complimentary pick-up hours will need to pay additional fees for each pick-up.

* Pick-up times for JFK airport: between 8:30 a.m. -10 p.m.
* Pick-up times for LGA airport: between 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
* Pick-up times for EWR airport: 3:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Guests who do not arrive within the listed hours will need to to pay a shuttle service fee.

***Half-Day New York City Tour***
Guests who arrive at the greeting area of JFK & LGA at the times listed below will enjoy a complimentary Half-Day New York City Tour featuring attractions such as Columbia University, Lincoln Center, Chinatown and Little Italy. The complimentary tour ends at 1:30 p.m., and will be followed with a hotel transfer. This tour is not offered for guests who arrive at EWR.
Complimentary Half-Day New York City Tour Pick-up:
• JFK Airport: Terminal 7, Arrival Hall (1st floor), in-front of Hudson News at 8:30 a.m.
• LGA Airport: UA Terminal, Baggage Claim Area at 9:00 a.m.

Customers who arrive in New York before the departure date and do not wish to be picked up at the airport, will need to please meet the tour guide at the following pick-up locations (advanced notification required):
• 9:15 a.m. at 135-20 39th Ave, Flushing NY 11354 (in-front of Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel)
• 3 :00 p.m. at Columbia University, Amsterdam Ave. (between W 116th & W 117th St., New York NY 10013)
• 3:30 p.m. at 2 Columbus Ave, New York 10023 - near Starbucks
Guests are also welcome to join our exclusive New York City Night Tour (admission not included; optional).
Visiting Attractions:
New York Night Tour
New York Night Tour: There is an exciting night tour of New York City when you can experience the bright lights of the big city. The tour will take you to the South Street Seaport to enjoy spectacular views of the city's bridges. You will also see Midtown Manhattan, which is the largest central business district in the world and home to the city's tallest and most famous buildings like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. The tour will also take you to see the world famous Rockefeller Center, an Art Deco marvel covering 11 acres in Midtown Manhattan and home to NBC Studios, an outdoor ice skating rink (during winter) and the Gilded Statue of Prometheus. Then, you will visit Times Square and Broadway, which is known as the Theatre District or the Great White Way.

Optional Tour: $25.00/Person

Hotel: Hilton Hotel/Crown Plaza/C.Y by Marriott/Holiday Inn or similar
Day 2: New York City
Summary of The Day: Tour one of the most exciting cities in the United States - New York City! You will see some of its most famous sites such as Wall Street and the One World Trade Center. Guests will also have the opportunity to join some of our amazing optional tours such as a trip to the Metropolitan Museum (admission not included; optional) and an exclusive Liberty Cruise (admission not included; optional).

Visiting Attractions:
Wall Street
Wall Street: This .7-mile-long street running eight blocks from Broadway to South streets in Lower Manhattan is synonymous with New York's Financial District and big business in the United States. Wall Street was laid out in 1685 and was the site of many historic moments including the 1789 inauguration of President George Washington, 1792 Buttonwood Agreement creating the New York Stock Exchange and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Points of interest are the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall National Memorial, Deutsche Bank, Federal Reserve Gold Vault, Trinity Church and the Charging Bull statue.
Charging Bull
Charging Bull: The famous bronze bull statue is a landmark in New York City's Financial District situated in Bowling Green Park and is said to symbolize nearby Wall Street. The Charging Bull was sculpted by Arturo Di Modica after the 1987 Stock Market Crash and installed two years later by the artist. It weighs more than 7,000 pounds, measures 11-foot tall by 16-foot long and is one of New York City's most popular tourist attractions.
Fifth Avenue
Fifth Avenue: Known as one of the most expensive streets in the world, Fifth Avenue is located in Manhattan and is synonymous with posh and luxury living. It is also the home to "Museum Mile" a famous strip where some of the world's best museums with the most impressive exhibits are located.
Times Square
Times Square: Referred to as "The Center of the Universe" and "The Crossroads of the World," Times Square is the world's most popular tourist attraction welcoming more than 39 million people to the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan every year. Dozens of electronic signs and the Broadway Theatre District's bright lights illuminate the plaza where there's always excitement in the air and a buzz of activity amongst the collection of stores, restaurants, theaters, attractions and street performers. Times Square was originally called Longacre Square until the iconic newspaper "The New York Times" moved there in 1904.
Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center: The legendary Midtown Manhattan complex contains 19 buildings on 22 acres running from Fifth Avenue to Sixth Avenue with its most famous structures being the GE Building, nicknamed 30 Rock, and Radio City Music Hall. Construction on the massive project of the original 14 Art Deco buildings lasted from 1930-39 with Raymond Hood as the main architect. Rockefeller Center that was named after John D. Rockefeller, Jr. contains many art sculptures on its property including the Gilded Statue of Prometheus, Statue of Atlas, "American Progress" and "Time" murals, and the "News" bas-relief. The U.S. National Historic Landmark is known for its ice-skating rink during the winter, enormous Christmas Tree during the holidays and its Top of the Rock observation decks in the GE Building.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral: This ornate Midtown Manhattan cathedral replaced St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in 1879 as the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. Construction on the Neo-Gothic style St. Patrick's Cathedral designed by James Renwick Jr. was completed in 1878 and the spires, another chapel, organs and stained glass windows were added in later years. Pope Benedict XVI held Mass in the U.S. National Historic Landmark in 2008 and referred to the spires as "a symbol of the spiritual yearning of the human heart."
Liberty Cruise
Liberty Cruise : This unforgettable cruise on the Hudson River will give you the best view of the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge.

Optional Tour: $35.00/Adult; $24.00/Child; $31.00/Senior (65+)

Empire State Building Observatory Deck
Empire State Building Observatory Deck : View the spectacular world-famous New York City skyline from atop one of its best known structures at the Empire State Building's two observation decks. Its 102nd floor observatory is the highest city spot that the public can access for a panoramic vision of "The Big Apple" in the indoor gallery. The 86th floor observatory has both an outdoor terrace with binoculars and an indoor gallery for a 360-degree perspective of the magnificent cityscape. A saxophone player performs at the 86th floor location from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. from Thursday-Saturday.

Optional Tour: $29.00/Adult; $23.00/Child (Ages 3-12); $26.00/Senior(65+)

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art: The largest museum in the United States and one of the biggest in the world has more than two million art works ranging from prehistoric times to the present. The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened in 1870 and its 2 million-square-foot building is located in New York City's Central Park. Its vast collection includes approximately 15,000 American works, 2,500 European paintings, 36,000 Egyptian pieces, 12,000 Islamic objects and 35,000 costumes. A 64,500-square-foot wing is dedicated to Asian art. The museum is visited by approximately 4.7 million people per year.

Optional Tour: $25.00/Adult; Free/Child; $17.00/Senior(65+)

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum : Serving as home to the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier, this museum hosts more than a million guests each year. In addition to touring the historic aircraft carrier, visitors can also experience Enterprise, the first space shuttle created for NASA, the British Concorde, a Cold War-era submarine and a variety of other retired US military ships and aircraft.

Optional Tour: $31.00/Adult; $17.00/Child (Ages 3-6); $24.00/Child (Ages 7-17); $27.00/Senior(65+)

Madame Tussauds New York
Madame Tussauds New York: The Times Square attraction that features wax New York monuments as well as people enables guests to ring the bell of the New York Stock Exchange, get behind the wheel of a city cab or view the set of "LIVE! with Kelly and Michael" in its The Spirit of New York room. Madame Tussauds New York also has many special wax figures in its other displays - Opening Night Party, Newsroom, Bollywood Zone, Gallery, Marvel Super Heroes 4D, Pop Culture, Music Room and Sports Zone. Madame Tussaud's opened its New York City location in 2000 after having success in its first U.S. site of Las Vegas.

Optional Tour: $30.00/Adult; $25.00/Child; $30.00/Senior(65+)

Hotel: Hilton Hotel/Crown Plaza/C.Y by Marriott/Holiday Inn or similar
Day 3: New York - Princeton University - Philadelphia - Washington, D.C.
Summary of The Day: Today you will visit the prestigious Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. After, you will continue to Philadelphia, where you will see the Old Capitol Building, the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Later, you will visit the city of Lancaster where you may take an Amish Village Tour (admission not included; optional).
Visiting Attractions:
Independence Hall
Independence Hall: Both the United States Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed at this historically significant Philadelphia structure that once had the famed Liberty Bell in its Bell Tower. Independence Hall was finished in 1753 using a design by Andrew Hamilton and Edmund Woolley under the orders of the Pennsylvania Colonial Legislature. Other important events that happened in this building were the appointment of George Washington to head the Continental Army in 1775, adoption of the U.S. Flag design in 1777 and the Articles of Confederation approval in 1781. Independence Hall, which is part of Independence National Historic Park, is a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site.
Liberty Bell
Liberty Bell: This legendary symbol of freedom in the United States containing a distinctive crack is on display protected by a glass case in the Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The mostly copper Liberty Bell was made in 1752 by British firm White Chapel Foundry with the the Bible verse "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the Land unto all the inhabitants thereof" engraved on it. It was cracked when it first arrived in Philadelphia. The Liberty Bell Center features multimedia presentations and exhibits on the history of the Liberty Bell.
Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill: The historic Washington, D.C. neighborhood runs in front of the United States Capitol and also contains the Library of Congress, Supreme Court Building, Washington Navy Yard, Marine Barracks and the U.S. Botanic Garden. Capitol Hill was established in 1791 as architect Pierre L'Enfant designed the layout of Washington, D.C. and includes many parks and green space. The U.S. National Historic District portion of Capitol Hill contains many 19th and 20th Century row houses.
Amish Village Guided Tour
Amish Village Guided Tour: The 12-acre attraction in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania offers visitors an inside look at the Amish way of life as well as lessons from a real Amish school teacher. Amish Village contains farm animals, an 1840s farmhouse, crafts and handmade items, Amish treats, a blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, authentic buggy and the Smokehouse Market. Various tours of the village and surrounding area are available. See first hand the simplicity of Amish living and the beauty of Pennsylvania Dutch Country!

Optional Tour: $20.00/Adult; $13.00/Child; $20.00/Senior (65+)

Hotel: Hilton/Marriott Hote or similar
Day 4: Washington, D.C.
Summary of The Day: Today, you will see the best Washington, D.C. has to offer including landmarks such as the White House, and its many memorials and monuments.
Visiting Attractions:
White House
White House: This famous Washington, D.C. mansion is the official residence of the United States president and its location was chosen by George Washington back in 1791. The White House was designed by architect James Hoban and contains 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, eight staircases and three elevators. Before U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt officially named it the White House in 1901, it was called "The President's House," "The President's Palace" and "Executive Mansion." Various presidents have had the structure renovated and restored throughout the decades. The White House displays many fine pieces of art including paintings, sculptures and furnishings.
United States Capitol
United States Capitol : This Neo-classical domed United States government structure located atop Capitol Hill is a work of art on the inside as well as the out featuring many important American art pieces on display. Construction began on the United States Capitol in 1793 and its design can be attributed to many architects throughout the years. The landmark is where federal legislatures meet as well as a tourist attraction. A nearly 580,000-square-foot Visitor's Center was recently added to the building's underground. Points of interest are Capitol Rotunda, National Statuary Hall, Capitol Crypt, Exhibition Hall, U.S. Senate Chambers and U.S. House of Representatives Chambers.
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Thomas Jefferson Memorial: The Neo-classical style circular monument situated along the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. honors the third United States president and one of the country's Founding Fathers. The Thomas Jefferson Memorial was designed by John Russell Pope to resemble the Roman Pantheon and built between 1939-43 with a 19-foot statue of Jefferson by Rudulph Evans added in 1947. Inscriptions on the memorial's inside walls include lines from the 1776 Declaration of Independence, 1777 A Bill for Establishing Religious Freedom and an 1800 letter about not having a state religion. The landmark is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln Memorial: The prominent Washington, D.C. monument honoring United States President Abraham Lincoln is situated on the National Mall and includes a 2,029-foot reflecting pool. Lincoln Memorial designed by architect Henry Bacon, sculptor Daniel Chester French and artist Jules Guerin in Beaux-Arts style was dedicated in 1922. It features a large sculpture of the 16th president encased in an ancient Greek style temple with Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" and "Second Inaugural Address" engraved in the memorial. The landmark receives more than six million visitors per year and is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The Lincoln Memorial is pictured on both the back of the U.S. five dollar bill and penny.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial: This impressive monument to the only United States president who served four terms illustrates Franklin Delano Roosevelt's 12-year presidency in four rooms and 10 bronze sculptures. The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is accented by waterfall and stones engraved with his famous quotations such as "The only thing thing we have to fear is fear itself." The monument dedicated in 1997 by President Bill Clinton was designed by Lawrence Halprin and contains artworks by Leonard Baskin, Neil Estern, Robert Graham, Thomas Hardy, and George Segal.
Washington Monument
Washington Monument: This 555-foot iconic symbol of Washington, D.C. that is the tallest obelisk in the world was dedicated to the first president of the United States and designed by architect Robert Mills. Washington Monument's construction began in 1848 and ended in 1884 with a recess from 1854-77 due to several issues including the United States Civil War. Its inside contains 193 commemorative stones given to the U.S. government to honor George Washington from governments and private organizations from around the world. The monument closed for repairs needed after both the 2011 Virginia earthquake and the subsequent Hurricane Irene.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Memorial: The emotionally stirring landmark in the United States capital city is made up of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, Three Soldiers Statue and Vietnam Women's Memorial and attracts more than three million visitors per year. Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated to the U.S. military service men and women who fought during the Vietnam War and its Memorial Wall that was designed by architect Maya Lin contains the names of more than 58,000 who gave their lives during the conflict. It was dedicated in 1982 and thousands of Vietnam veterans marched to it during the ceremony. Catalogs at the memorial's entrance can assist visitors in finding a name on the wall.
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Korean War Veterans Memorial: Paying tribute to the brave men and women who served during the Korean War, this Washington, D.C. monument is located along the National Mall. The Korean War Veterans Memorial was designed by Cooper-Lecky Architects and dedicated on July 27, 1995 on the anniversary of the agreement that ended the war. It features a triangle uniting with a circle with more than 2,500 images from the war on the walls, 19 statues designed by Frank Gaylord and a memorial pool with nearby granite blocks naming the hundreds of thousands of casualties from the Korean War. The memorial is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
National Museum of Natural History
National Museum of Natural History: Established in 1910, this Smithsonian museum located on the National Mall is massive in size comparable to 18 football fields. Popular exhibits include the 45.52-carat Hope Diamond, Genome:Unlocking Life's Code, the Mummified Cat, Dom Pedro Aquamarine, Giant Ground Sloth, Neanderthal reconstruction, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Live Coral Reef, Live Butterfly Pavilion and Mud Masons of Mali. The National Museum of Natural History, which contains more than 127 million artifacts and specimens, is the world's most visited natural history exhibition.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum: With the largest collection of space and aircraft relics in the world, this cultural institution is visited by more than eight million people per year. Its 161,145-square-foot Washington, D.C. location has more than 21 galleries with exhibits on topics such as space travel, astronomy and world wars. Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum began as the National Air Museum in 1946 in the United States capital, however, the Smithsonian started preserving important flight artifacts in Washington, D.C. long before that. Some of the museum's treasured items include Charles Lindbergh's 1927 "Spirit of St. Louis" aircraft, 1903 Wright Flyer, 1924 Douglas World Cruiser Chicago, Mercury Friendship 7, Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia and the spacesuits of many famous astronauts.
Hotel: Hilton/Marriott Hotel or similar
Day 5: Washingotn D.C. - Corning - Niagara Falls (U.S. Side)
Summary of The Day: Today you will head north to Corning, New York, where you will visit the famous Corning Museum of Glass (admission not included; optional). After, you will arrive at the amazing Niagara Falls (U.S. side).
Visiting Attractions:
Corning Museum of Glass
Corning Museum of Glass: Like its collection of exhibits, this Corning, New York nonprofit museum's sparkling structure celebrates the brilliance of glass and was built in 1951 as a gift to the people from Corning Glass Works, now Corning Inc., for its 100th anniversary. Corning Museum of Glass contains more than 45,000 glass artifacts with some 3,500-plus years old and has glass-making presentations, Make-Your-Own-Glass workshops, archives on the history of glass and many exhibits. View the elegance and beauty of centuries-old and modern glass art.

Optional Tour: $16.00/Adult; Free/Child; $16.00/Senior(65+)

Hotel: Adams Mark /Holiday Inn/Marriott or similar
Day 6: Niagara Falls (U.S. side) - Boston
Summary of The Day: You will explore the beautiful Niagara Falls, and later visit Goat Island. You will also have the opportunity to take a ride on the famous Maid of the Mist (admission not included; optional- seasonal). After, you will leave the beauty of the Falls and make your way to Boston where you may enjoy a delicious authentic Boston lobster dinner (not included; optional).
Visiting Attractions:
American Falls
American Falls: This section of the grand Niagara Falls located completely in the U.S. state of New York will delight spectators with its majesty and beauty. The water rushes over the falls at approximately 140,000 gallons per second to make this natural marvel a must-see. The American Falls rock formation, which resembles that of the letter "W", borders the Niagara Falls two other sections of Horseshoe Falls and Bridal Veil Falls. The geological wonder that began forming after the Ice Age continues to take shape today.
Bridal Veil Falls
Bridal Veil Falls: Named for its appearance, Bridal Veil Falls is situated between Goat Island and Luna Island in one of the world's most famous natural phenomenons Niagara Falls. The falls, which along with the American Falls are located in the U.S., reach heights of 181 feet from the Niagara River. Wooden decks are located at the bottom of Bridal Veil Falls to bring visitors as close as possible to its incredible beauty.
Goat Island
Goat Island: Situated right in the middle of Niagara Falls between Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls, this Niagara River island offers fantastic views of the falls especially from Terrapin Point located on its northwestern edge. Goat Island, formerly called Iris Island, received its current name because local John Stedman used to keep goats on it. Bridges connect the island to the mainland and nearby Luna Island. The destination also contains the Tesla Monument dedicated to inventor Nikola Tesla.
Boston Lobster Dinner
Boston Lobster Dinner: Enjoy an authentic lobster dinner in one of the most famous cities in the U.S: Boston! Taste the city's most famous dish and enjoy a fresh lobster like never before!

Optional Tour: $30.00/Person

Maid of the Mist
Maid of the Mist : Established in 1846 as a ferry service, this Niagara Falls tour boat allows passengers an exciting up-close view of the world's most popular waterfalls. Maid of the Mist begins in the Niagara River traveling past the American and Bridal Veil falls and then to the more intense Horseshoe Falls. Guests are provided with a poncho by the Maid of the Mist Steamship Co. as they could get wet. Famous passengers on the boat ride throughout the years have included United States President Jimmy Carter, Princess Diana and her sons William and Harry, actress Marilyn Monroe, actor Robert Redford and music group One Direction.

Optional Tour: $17.00/Adult; $10.00/Child (Ages 3-12)

Duration: 30 minutes

Notes: Available from April or May through October depending on weather conditions.

Hotel: Hilton / C.Y. by Marriott or similar
Day 7: Boston
Summary of The Day: Today you will tour Boston and see the prestigious Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. You will also visit Boston Common and later see the Massachusetts State House. You may take a Boston Harbor Cruise (admission not included; optional), followed by a visit to the Quincy Market where there will be time to shop and lunch. After, guests will be transferred to their departure airport, concluding their wonderful tour!

Guests departing from Boston must please book a flight departing from BOS after 2:00 p.m., or transfer to New York and depart from there (please book a flight departing from JFK/LGA/EWR airports after 8:30 p.m.).

The end point for this tour will be in Chinatown at 138 Lafayette Street, New York (in-front of the Holiday Inn). Please let us know which airport you will be departing from when booking your tour, under the comments section.
Visiting Attractions:
Harvard University
Harvard University: The oldest higher learning institution in the United States also is one of the most prestigious and its graduates include 47 Nobel Laureates, 32 heads of state and 48 Pulitzer Prize recipients. Harvard University was founded in 1636 named after its first benefactor John Harvard who left part of his estate to the now Ivy League school after his death in 1638 and whose statue still stands in front of University Hall. The university is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts near Boston on 209 acres of land and has the largest academic library in the world. United States presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, George W. Bush and Barack Obama all graduated from Harvard University.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Often just called MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a highly-respected private research university located on 168 acres in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1861 and has had 80 Nobel Laureates, 56 National Medal of Science recipients, 43 MacArthur Fellows and 28 National Medal of Technology and Innovation winners. The university has more than 11,000 students and nearly 2,000 faculty members. Famous alumni include former United States Federal Reserve Bank chairman Ben Bernanke, U.S. astronaut Buzz Aldrin, architect I.M. Pei, former British Foreign Minister David Miliband and former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.
Boston Common
Boston Common: Established in 1634, this is the United States' oldest city park and is the beginning of Boston's historic Freedom Trail. Boston Common has been the site of many events throughout its years such as public hangings, a Revolutionary War British military camp, Vietnam War protests and speeches by Martin Luther King Jr., Pope John Paul II and feminist leader Gloria Steinem. The near 50-acre scenic park is used for concerts, special events, sports, ice skating, gatherings and protests. The Registered National Historic Landmark has a cemetery on its grounds and several monuments, as well.
Massachusetts State House
Massachusetts State House: Located on 6.7 acres of Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood, the state government structure contains the 1784 "Sacred Cod" wooden ornament hanging over Massachusetts House of Representatives chambers to represent the importance of the fishing industry to the local economy. Massachusetts State House's building was originally designed by Charles Bulfinch in 1798 followed by further expansions drawn up by architects Charles Brigham in the late 1800s and Sturgis, Chapman & Andrews in the early 1900s. The structure's dome is covered with 23-karat gold.
Quincy Market
Quincy Market: The historic Boston two-story structure was built between 1824-26 as an indoor marketplace and named for then-Mayor Josiah Quincy. Designed by Alexander Parris in Greek Revival style, Quincy Market is a U.S. National Historic Landmark and is still a popular attraction today containing food vendors and eateries. Along with North and South markets, it makes up Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Look for nostalgic food and produce signs in the market's seating area.
Boston Harbor Cruise
Boston Harbor Cruise: Enjoy a beautiful cruise on the Boston Harbor. See this historical city from a new direction and enjoy the breezy air.

Optional Tour: $25.00/Adult; $17.00/Child (Ages 3-12)

Your reservation is always subject to confirmation by email, normally within one to two business days.

Special Price/Person By Occupancy   (2014-01-02 to 2014-12-31)

Double Triple Quad Single Kid
$597.00 $398.00 $346.00 $847.00 $187.00

Standard Price/Person By Occupancy

DoubleTriple Quad SingleKid
$600.00$400.00$348.00$850.00$190.00

*The third guests joins the tour for FREE (except applicable *admission fee) on share room basis.

*Prices listed have been adjusted.

***Offers are provided and confirmed only on an availability basis. Once confirmed, the reservation cannot be changed or removed without a cancellation fee. If cancellation of free-fare passenger(s) is made at least 10 days before the tour departure date, the reservation will be subject to a $30 amendment fee plus the amount for the paid participating travelers.

*Cancellations or "no shows" made by a free fare passenger(s) within 10 days of the tour departure and "no-shows" on the tour departure date will be assessed a $375.00 (additional surcharge applies on holiday) penalty fee per passenger, that will be paid in cash by the other participating travelers of the reservation. This is a mandatory fee that will be collected by the tour guide on the date of the tour departure. Guests who forgo the New York City Tour will also need to pay a penalty cancellation fee.

*Price for single occupancy applies when one person stays in one standard hotel room.
*Price for double/triple/quadruple occupancy applies when two/three/four people stay in one standard hotel room.
*Triple/quadruple price does not guarantee a third/fourth bed in the room but it can be requested at the time of check-in.
*Children prices applies when a 2-9 year-old child stays in one standard room as a third or fourth person.
*Maximum room capacity: 4 people including adult and child/infant.
*Additional fees may apply for travelers under 2 years of age. Please ensure you inform us when booking if you are travelling with infants 2 years or younger by placing the number of infants and their dates of birth in the comments section when booking online.
 

Package Includes

  • Complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off
    - Pick-up Time at JFK airport: 10:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    - Pick-up Time at LGA airport: 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    - Pick-up Time at EWR airport: 3:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
  • 6-night hotel accommodations
  • Ground transportation
  • Professional tour guide
 

Package Excludes

  • Airfares between your home and New York airport
  • All personal expenses including hotel room service and meals; however, you have the option to pay for meals the tour guide arranges
  • Optional tours (prices may vary due to the season and are subject to the final box office price.)
    - Empire State Building: $29.00/Adult; $23.00/Child; $26.00/Senior(65+)
    - Manhattan Cruise: $35.00/Adult; $24/Child; $31.00/Senior(65+)
    - Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum: $31.00/Adult; $17.00/child(3-6yr); $24.00/child(7-17yr); $27.00/Senior(65+)
    - Metropolitan Museum: $25.00/Adult; Free/Child(under 12yr); $17.00/Senior(65+)
    - Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum:$30.00/Adult; $25/Child; $30.00/Senior(65+)
    - Corning Glass Center: $16.00/Adult; Free/Child; $16.00/Senior(65+)
    - Amish Farm & House Tour: $20.00/Adult; $13.00/Child; $20.00/Senior(65+)
    - IMAX Movie: $12.00/Adult; $8.00/Child; $11.00/Senior(65+)
    - Maid of the Mist (April or May to late October depending on weather conditions): $17.00/Adult; $10.00/Child; $17.00/Senior(65+)
    - Boston Harbor Cruise: $22.00/Adult; $17.00/Child; $20.00/Senior(65+)
    - Boston Lobster Meal: $30.00/Person
    - New York City Night Tours: $25.00/Person
  • Service fees for tour guide (min. $8.00/day per person)

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  • • Customer Service: Excellent
  • • Accommodation: Excellent
  • • Transportation: Excellent
  • • Tour Guide: Excellent
  • • Tour Itinerary: Excellent

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We were a group of 9 who took this tour in June 2012. We really enjoyed the tour. The Hotels were of very good quality and the tour guide Kelvin was excellent. I had read some adverse opinion about the food and the language, but I wou..
DELIA | Tue Jul 17, 2012 at 09.18 AM
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Pretty good over all

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  • • Reservation: Excellent
  • • Customer Service: Excellent
  • • Accommodation: Excellent
  • • Transportation: Excellent
  • • Tour Guide: Excellent
  • • Tour Itinerary: Excellent

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Good tour. Seen a lots of places in short time. Can be very tiring. Disappointed with not told in advance about the pass. We thought it was included. Would be nice if we were told first about the cost of each pass. Dont make same mistake we..
Jaspal Gulati | Sat May 07, 2011 at 11.06 AM
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Value for money Tour!

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  • • Reservation: Excellent
  • • Customer Service: Excellent
  • • Accommodation: Excellent
  • • Transportation: Excellent
  • • Tour Guide: Excellent
  • • Tour Itinerary: Excellent

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10 USA States in 7 days! What more can you ask for? Good hotels, good food, accommodating tour guide (appropriately strict on time-schedules), safe and smooth driver. I\'m on my second trip with Tours4fun! Looking forward to other tours. H..
Domingo Amistad | Tue Jan 17, 2012 at 10.05 PM
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Special Notes

  • Cancellation Policy:
    0-9 Days prior to departure date: No refund
    For other dates, please refer to Standard Amendment, Cancellation and Refund Policy.
  • 1. We do NOT allow customers to use the CITY PASS to join the sightseeing attractions included in this tour.
    2. Guests who choose to use their CITY PASS will not be offered ground transportation service for that day. Guests who also forgo the New York City Tour will be charged a penalty fee (for details, please consult your tour guide on tour).
  • We strongly recommend that you should contact airline and local tour provider to confirm your flight arrival information and pick-up arrangement before your departure.
  • Please book a flight that departs from BOS after 2:30 p.m., and flights that depart from JFK/LGA/EWR airports after 8:30 p.m., on the last day of your tour. If you are planning to stay in New York after the tour, we offer complimentary drop-offs at:
    -Sheraton Hotel 135-20 39th Ave, Flushing NY 11354- 6:30 p.m.
    -Holiday Inn 138 Lafayette St, Manhattan NY 10013- 7:00 p.m.
    Please let us know about your plans under the "Comment Section" when completing your reservation.
  • Please note that the order of the day-to-day itinerary is adjustable depending on the tour's start day. For a more detailed arrangement, please email or call us prior to the departure date to re-confirm. Guests who plan to leave in advance when on tour must please ontact us for the final itinerary.
  • Flight information must be provided in order for the airport transfer services to be arranged. At our discretion, if flight information is not provided or provided last minute, your reservation will be noted as a self-transfer and no airport transfer services will be arranged. If you decide to self transfer to the tour's first night's hotel, please inform us at your earliest convenience. If you opt out of a transfer service, you may reinstate the airport transfer service if notification to reinstate the service is given well in advance of the tour's departure. Urgent requests to reinstate airport transfer services will not be guaranteed. If a flight is delayed, Tours4fun/ local provider will attempt to arrange a later airport transfer service, however; this later service is not guaranteed. If an airport transfer service is not available and cannot be provided, all guests are responsible for self-transferring to the tour's first night's hotel.
  • Should weather or other unforeseen circumstances cause a flight delay for more than 45 minutes, you will have to arrange transportation on your own. However, you are welcome to contact our local tour provider to check if our staff can accommodate your needs.
  • During spring/summer, we recommend passengers wear lightweight clothing and comfortable shoes.
    During fall/winter, we recommend passengers wear layered clothing to ensure comfort in cold weather.
  • In order to protect your own property, please bring any valuable items with you at any time. Please do not leave any valuable items on the bus/hotel/attraction/restaurant etc. Tours4Fun, local operators, drivers and tour guides will not take any responsibility for any theft or loss at any location.
  • For customers who will self transfer to hotel on day, according to the hotel's policy, the guests need to arrange their check-in after 3:00pm (local time,if the guests arrive at the hotel before 3:00pm (local time), they will have to wait until 3:00pm(local time) to check-in. Please understand.
  • Language: This tour is escorted by a professional bilingual tour guide and/or driver guide(English/Chinese). Tours and/ or languages may be combined to operate this tour depending on the number of passengers who have booked a particular departure.
  • Bus Arrangement: Passengers on the same reservation will be arranged on the same bus unless stated otherwise. If you wish to be on the same bus as another party /an existing reservation, please note your request with the reservation number in the comment section on the checkout page or notify us at least 24 hours prior to tour departure.
  • Tours4Fun cooperates with top local area tour operators and ensures the best quality of services to all travellers. We provide tour coaches that all are insured with a liability insurance coverage from $5,000,000 to $10,000,000 to make sure that your trips are safer and more enjoyable.

Reservation Process and E-Ticket

1.Immediately after submitting your reservation you will receive a Receipt of Reservation via email.
2. Within one to two business days of submitting your reservation you will receive a confirmation email from us. If you need to book an airline ticket, we recommend that you do so after you receive a confirmation of your tour reservation from us.
3. An E-Ticket will be sent to you via email as soon as details of your reservation is confirmed or your supporting information is received by us. We will provide you with all detailed information about your tour on the E-Ticket. Contact information for local tour provider will be included on E-Ticket for your convenience or re-confirmation purpose if re-confirmation is required.
4. Simply print your E-Ticket and present it with your valid photo ID on the day of your activity to your tour guide. Please remember E-Ticket is your proof of purchase.
 

Terms and Conditions

- Your purchase does not guarantee confirmation. Your purchase will initiate a reservation process. We will confirm with you via email within one to two business days.
- Prices may vary due to availability. We reserve the right to make price adjustment without prior notice.
- Please refer to our Standard Amendment, Cancellation and Refund Policy before you make reservation.
- Please refer to Customer Agreement before you make reservation.
- Local tour provider reserves the right to make modifications to tour arrangements including order of tour activities, hotel and its location if deemed necessary.

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    Customer Review

    By: DELIA on 2012-07-17
    Well Managed Tour
    We were a group of 9 who took this tour in June 2012. We really enjoyed the tour. The Hotels were of very good quality and the tour guide Kelvin was excellent. I had read some adverse opinion about the food and the language, but I wou.. Read full review
    By: Domingo Amistad on 2012-01-17
    Value for money Tour!
    10 USA States in 7 days! What more can you ask for? Good hotels, good food, accommodating tour guide (appropriately strict on time-schedules), safe and smooth driver. I\'m on my second trip with Tours4fun! Looking forward to other tours. H.. Read full review

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