Here's What's On Deck:
Arrive in Plymouth and meet your tour leader.
Learn about life in 17th century America as you tour the Plimoth Plantation.
Afterwards, step aboard the Mayflower II and learn about maritime travel and navigation.
All aboard! Next stop: Boston!
Enjoy dinner and time to explore at the Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market (dinner vouchers included). U.S. presidents, Nobel laureates and other greats of the world have graduated from the oldest university in the United States.
Find out more as you stroll the Harvard university campus with your tour leader and stop to take a group picture on the library steps (don't forget your camera).
Check in to the hotel for a well deserved night's rest.
Stretch your legs on a walking tour of the Freedom Trail with your tour leader where you will hear stories about the people, the places and the events of the American Revolution.
See the Boston Common, State House, Park Street Church, Old South Meeting House, Faneuil Hall and more… Tour the Historic North End with your tour leader, to see: Paul Revere's House, the Old North Church and more…
Visit the 221-foot granite obelisk that marks the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution, the Bunker Hill Monument.
Discover how "Old Ironsides" has remained undefeated since being launched in 1797 as you visit the USS Constitution Museum. Visit the USS Constitution, the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat.
Time for dinner and to explore in and around Harvard Square (meal voucher included) before discovering the haunted streets of Boston's ghost tour.
All aboard! Next stop: Salem! Explore Salem's central cemetery, a commemoration of the ''witch hunt'' victims, on your walking tour of the town.
Go back in time to the 1692 witch hunt at the Salem Witch Museum.
Back to Boston! Learn about Boston's role in the anti-slavery movement in the Civil War and the Underground Railroad at the Museum of Afro-American History.
Greet the penguins, sea lions and fishies at the New England Aquarium.
Dinner at the home of rock'n'roll, the Hard Rock Café, followed by some Shear Madness! America's longest running play (or any Broadway-style play!), performed at the Charles Playhouse.
JFK and I. M. Pei? Find out how the two are connected as you visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
Time on your own for lunch and to explore at the Prudential Plaza (individual expense).
See Beantown from the top of the Prudential Center.
Hugs and handshakes as you bid farewell to your tour leader and head back home.