Summary of The Day: We'll begin our tour by departing New York and heading straight to Albany. In downtown Albany, we will visit The New York State Museum, which was founded in 1836. The collections of the New York State Museum include geological samples, paleontology specimens, historic materials, and art. Their anthropological collections are extensive and include the collections of several early and well-known anthropologists, including Lewis H. Morgan and Arthur C. Parker.
Then, we will move to The Tulip Festival, which is held in every spring at Washington Park. Thousands of gorgeous tulips will bloom in May, just in time for Mother's Day!
After enjoying the festival we'll visit the New York State Capitol Building. Home to the New York State Legislature, the building was completed in 1899 at a cost of $25 million (worth approximately half a billion current dollars at the time) and was the most expensive government building of its time.
Then we'll return to New York City.
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*Child: 9 and under
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