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  • Maryland

    Annapolis Baltimore Cambridge St Michaels

    With a lengthy coastline and eclectic, cosmopolitan cities, Maryland offers great cultural attractions, beautiful beaches, water sports, fabulous seafood and waterfront restaurants. With the beautiful Chesapeake Bay and blissful Atlantic Coast beaches, Maryland has plenty of outdoor charms. Major cosmopolitan cities like Baltimore and delightful towns like the state's capital, Annapolis, are filled with museums, restaurants, parks and many opportunities for fun on the water.

    • Fort McHenry

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    • Assateague Island Ponies

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    • Cumberland

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    • Kayakers, Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway

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    • Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore

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    • Queenstown Premium Outlets

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    • Ocean City

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    • The Finest Seafood

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    • Chesapeake Bay Bridge

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    • Antietam Civil War Battlefield

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    • City Dock and Main Street, Annapolis

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    • Roddy Road Covered Bridge, Frederick County

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    • Historic Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore

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    • Assateague Island, Worcester County

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    • Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

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    • Deep Creek Lake

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    • Maryland Theatre, Hagerstown

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    • Havre de Grace, Maryland Back Cove

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    • Sailboat Race, Annapolis

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    • National Aquarium, Baltimore

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    Western Maryland

    Getting away to Western Maryland means freshwater fishing at Deep Creek Lake, playing golf, lounging at a lakeside cabin and enjoying the majestic panoramic view from a mountain resort. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, and depending on the season, try whitewater rafting, skiing, snowtubing, snowboarding and hiking. There are plenty of places to take a walk or a bike ride along the Appalachian trails. Charming towns such as Cumberland, Frostburg, Grantsville, Hagerstown, Oakland and Sharpsburg, offer an array of choices for shopping, antiquing, historic attractions and outdoor fun. Why not ride aboard a steam-engine train through the mountains or stop by a Civil War site such as Antietam National Battlefield? It’s all within a few hours drive of Baltimore or Washington, D.C.

    Central Maryland

    Baltimore's Inner Harbor and the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis are just two of the popular attractions in Central Maryland. In one day, you can see where Francis Scott Key wrote the National Anthem, visit the Babe Ruth Museum, have a terrific seafood lunch, and then drive to Annapolis to stroll cobblestone streets and have a relaxing dinner near the City Dock. Between the cultural allure of Baltimore and the historical charm of Annapolis, you'll have plenty of choices. Why not take in a ballgame at Camden Yards, attend a symphony performance, see live theater, or discover a fabulous neighborhood restaurant? Just minutes from the city, you'll find Maryland Thoroughbred horse farms, old mills and wide expanses of rolling landscape. Toward the bay, you’ll come across waterside communities that are havens for boating and fishing. Throughout this region, you'll see why Central Maryland is a rich tapestry of attractions, culture and history woven through a magnificent and vibrant landscape.

    Southern Maryland

    In 1634, the Ark and the Dove, two small wooden English ships, sailed up the Chesapeake Bay and arrived at St. Clement’s Island where 140 settlers stepped ashore and established the colony of Maryland. Here, in Southern Maryland, amid the natural beauty of thick woods, colorful wildflower fields and the magnificent estuary formed by the Potomac and Patuxent rivers, the settlers established a vibrant community that reflected freedom and tolerance. Southern Maryland is a tidewater wonderland. Gaze out at noble lighthouses, search for fossils along quiet beaches. Stroll through waterfront villages. Hike along woodland, riverside and cypress-swamp trails. Bike across wide-open spaces. If you’re a boater, you’ve found paradise. If you’re a seafood lover, you’ll be overwhelmed. The story of Maryland began and there is much to explore.

    Eastern Shore

    Blue crabs from the Chesapeake are harvested on the Eastern Shore and are often at the center of traditional get-togethers in Maryland, so bring your appetite! Eastern Shore folks will show you why Maryland has its roots in Southern hospitality, they are warmly welcoming and enthusiastic about sharing their love for the state with all its visitors. Why not spend a day on the bay and discover this region’s history and allure while sailing? Alternatively, drive from one waterfront village to the next in search of the perfect crab cake. If you yearn an action packed visit, head for Ocean City. Along this 10-mile stretch of white sandy beaches, you'll find a boardwalk, amusement parks, an abundance of restaurants and more than two dozen golf courses.

    Known for: The Chesapeake Bay, beaches, boating, outdoor recreation, maritime heritage, cosmopolitan culture, charming small towns and fresh seafood.

    Key cities: Annapolis (capital city), Baltimore (largest city), Hagerstown, Frederick, Ocean City.

    Most relaxing activities: Enjoying the water is a favourite way to unwind, whether it’s a stroll along the Ocean City Boardwalk, a day exploring City Dock in downtown Annapolis, a sailing trip on the Chesapeake Bay or waterfront dining on the Eastern Shore.

    All-american fun: Take in an all-American baseball game at Camden Yards where many seats offer views of the Baltimore skyline.

    Active pursuits: Bike at Patapsco Valley State Park and ski at Wisp Resort. Adrenaline junkies love the Adventure Sports Center International, the only mountaintop whitewater circulating course and home to the 2014 ICF World Canoe Championships.

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  • Maryland Escape

    Begins in and ends in Washington, DC

    8 Days / 7 Nights

    Departures: April to October

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation (days 4 to 8)
    • Accommodation as stated
    • Chesapeake Village

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    • Hyatt Regency Chesapeake at Sunset

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    • Capitol Building

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    • Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa & Marina

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    • The White House

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    Day 01

    Arrive Washington DC

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Washington, DC. Upon arrival, make your way to Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel, which provides an ideal base from which to explore the city and its neighbourhoods.

    Hotel: Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

    Day 02 Day 03

    Washington DC

    Washington, DC, is an extraordinary city, bustling with fabulous restaurants and bars and too many attractions to name. Whilst in downtown, make sure you visit the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Smithsonians many museums, the Capitol Building and, of course the White House. Their close locations along The Mall and Pennsylvania Avenue mean that they are best visited on foot, on a biking tour, or even a Segway tour. There are also two great museums which are a must; Newseum, which is filled with media paraphernalia and the days front covers from around the world, and The Spy Museum which provides an insight into the world of espionage throughout the generations. The city's Metro provides for safe and easy navigation out into the various districts of the city. Take a trip to the Adams Mark district for great restaurants, U Street for quaint shopping and Dupont Circle - home to the worlds embassies.

    Hotel: Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

    86Mi/139Km

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    Cambridge

    Collect your car rental and make the short journey to Cambridge, Maryland. You may wish to take a slight detour and visit Baltimore en route. Annapolis is also worth considering, with a strong maritime feel which is reflected throughout Maryland. The state capitol is filled with history and a hint of cosmopolitan chic. Your accommodation for the next fours nights is a lovely hotel located directly on the waterfront. Cambridge is an authentic working bay town on the beautiful Choptank River, so there are plenty of water activities to enjoy. Alternatively, head out and explore Maryland; great cultural attractions, beautiful beaches, water sports, hiking trails and fabulous seafood and waterfront restaurants abound.

    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort & Marina

    86Mi/139Km

    Day 08

    Journey home

    Take the short drive back to the nations capital, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £1139 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    A Taste of the Capital Region

    Begins in and ends in Washington, DC

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: April to November

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation
    • Accommodation as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Jefferson Memorial

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    • Adams Morgan District

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    • Fort McHenry

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    • White House, Washington DC

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    • Cambridge, Chesapeake Bay Sunset

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    • St Michaels Sunset at Hooper Strait Lighthouse

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    • Baltimore, Maryland Zoo

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    • Charlottesville Vineyards

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    • Jefferson Memorial in Bloom

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    • Lincoln Memorial, Washington Dc

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    Day 01

    Arrive Washington DC

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Washington, DC. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Loews Madison Hotel

    Day 02 Day 03

    Washington DC

    We’ve allowed two full days for you to experience the vibrant and historical capital city. We suggest visits to the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the Smithsonians many museums, Arlington Cemetery, the Capitol Building and, of course the White House, which is a must on any visit.

    Hotel: Loews Madison Hotel

    41Mi/66Km

    Day 04

    Baltimore

    Next it’s on to Baltimore, affectionately known as ‘Charm City’, which boasts almost three hundred years of history. Take a trip to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where you can soar 27 storeys into the air at the Top of the World Observation Deck in the World Trade Centre, explore the World War II submarine, Torsk, and visit the National Aquarium.

    Hotel: Hotel Monaco Baltimore

    31Mi/50Km

    Day 05

    Annapolis

    Annapolis has a laid-back, maritime feel and some of the most stunning scenery on the east coast. The city’s narrow streets feature historic homes and restored buildings, such as Hammond-Harwood House from the 18th century and Maryland State House: completed back in 1779.

    Hotel: Loews Annapolis

    51Mi/82Km

    Day 06

    St Michaels

    Today take the short journey to the beautiful Chesapeake Harbour Town of St Michaels. Known as the ‘town that fooled the British’, it is said that the townspeople hung lanterns in the trees during the War of 1812: causing the cannons to overshoot the houses.

    Hotel: The Inn at Perry Cabin

    27Mi/44Km

    Day 07 Day 08

    Cambridge

    Heading Southwest today you may wish to visit Tilghman Island, home of Chesapeake Bay’s remaining skipjacks and the small town of Oxford: once a major port and shipbuilding centre. The 1684 port town of Cambridge has many historic homes, buildings and museums.

    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

    195Mi/313Km

    Day 09

    Virginia Beach

    Travel down the Delmarva Peninsula today to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, where you will travel under and over water! Virginia Beach is the world’s longest beach and, at sunset, it comes alive with people enjoying cocktails and heading to one of the many restaurants for a superb dinner.

    Hotel: Hilton Virginia Beach

    60Mi/96Km

    Day 10 Day 11

    Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg is the most extensively restored 18th century town in the USA, so it’s well worth a visit. You may also choose to stop by Jamestown Island, where America’s first English settlement was established.

    Hotel: Kingsmill Resort

    122Mi/196Km

    Day 12

    Charlottesville

    You may wish to route via Richmond today to see the White House of the Confederacy and Maymount Plantation. Then it's on to Charlottesville, where you’ll find Montecello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. Sitting atop a mountain in Albermarle, it is described as one of the country’s foremost architectural masterpieces.

    Hotel: Omni Charlottesville

    62Mi/99Km

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    Shenandoah National Park

    The most scenic drive of your itinerary, the picture perfect setting of Skyline Drive is quite breathtaking. Shenandoah Valley has over 500 miles of hiking trails, winding through lush forests and valleys filled with wildflowers, trickling streams and waterfalls. Luray Caverns are the largest caverns on the east coast and well worth a trip.

    Hotel: Skyland Lodge

    93Mi/149Km

    Day 15

    Journey home

    Take the short drive back to the capital, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2195 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    Capital Region Tri-Explorer

    Begins in Washington, DC and ends in Baltimore, Maryland

    8 Days / 7 Nights

    Departures: April to October

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation (days 4 to 8)
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Shenandoah National Park Sunset at Overlook

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    • Baltimore Inner Harbor

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    • Jefferson Memorial

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    Day 01

    Arrive Washington, DC

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Washington, DC. Upon arrival, proceed to your hotel, Rouge, which is a contemporary property located just a ten minute walk from the White House.

    Hotel: Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

    Day 02 Day 03

    Washington, DC

    Perhaps the most charismatic city on the eastern seaboard, Washington, DC is an incredibly pretty city, bustling with fabulous restaurants and bars and too many attractions to name. Whilst in downtown, make sure you visit the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Smithsonians many museums, the Capitol Building and, of course the White House. Their close locations along The Mall and Pennsylvania Avenue mean that they are best visited on foot, on a biking tour, or even a Segway tour. There are also two great museums which are a must; Newseum, which is filled with media paraphernalia and the days front covers from around the world, and The Spy Museum which provides an insight into the world of espionage throughout the generations.

    Hotel: Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

    93Mi/150Km

    Day 04 Day 05

    Shenandoah National Park

    This morning collect your car rental as today you leave the big city behind and make the incredibly scenic journey to Shenandoah National Park. We suggest a stop ay Luray en route, where you can descend beneath the earth into the eerily beautiful Luray Caverns. The final part of your route is along Skyline Drive, which offers perhaps the most incredible vistas in eastern USA. Shenandoah Valley has over 500 miles of hiking trails, winding through lush forests and valleys filled with wildflowers, trickling streams and waterfalls. We have allowed a full day for you to explore. The more active may choose to take a horse riding excursion from Skyland Resorts onsite stables.

    Hotel: Skyland Resort

    130Mi/210Km

    Day 06 Day 07

    Baltimore

    Leaving Virginia behind, you travel across into Maryland and the great city of Baltimore, which is affectionately known as ‘Charm City’ and boasts almost three hundred years of history. Take a trip to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where you can soar 27 storeys into the air at the Top of the World Observation Deck in the World Trade Centre, explore the World War II submarine, Torsk, and visit the National Aquarium. Why not enjoy the distinct marine feel to this wonderful city by sampling the seafood dining on the waterfront?

    Hotel: Hotel Monaco, Baltimore

    Day 08

    Journey home

    Make the final journey back to Baltimore Airport, where you return your car rental and check in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £1325 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    One way drop of charge on car hire of $99 not included and payable locally.

    Colonial America

    Begins in and ends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: year round

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation.
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • George Washingtons Mount Vernon

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    • Abraham Lincoln

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    • Philadelphia Skyline

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    • Annapolis Waterfront

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    • Tall Ships in Baltimore

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    Day 01

    Arrive Philadelphia

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Philadelphia. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel. Why not start your trip with dinner at one of the traditional taverns?

    Hotel: Loews Philadelphia

    Day 02

    Philadelphia

    Welcome to America’s 'Birthplace of Independence’ where many great attractions such as Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Franklin Court and the Betsy Ross House can be found. Dine in some of the country’s best restaurants and discover another great option in the city; tax free shopping.

    Hotel: Loews Philadelphia

    79Mi/131Km

    Day 03 Day 04

    Gettysburg

    Leaving the bright lights of Philadelphia behind you’ll discover Penn Dutch Country today, with visits to Kitchen Kettle Village and perhaps an Amish home. Drive through York to Gettysburg, once a battle site in the American Civil War.

    Hotel: Wyndham Gettysburg

    121Mi/205Km

    Day 05 Day 06

    Washington, DC

    Today you will be welcomed into America’s capital! Enjoy the famous monuments, the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Washington Monument and Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial which are best viewed on a bike or Segway tour. Explore the Smithsonian’s many museums, visit Arlington Cemetery, the White House, Capitol Building and much more. This evening, choose a fabulous eatery or take in a performance at the Kennedy Centre or Ford’s Theatre.

    Hotel: Loews Madison Hotel

    105Mi/168Km

    Day 07

    Richmond

    Richmond remains one of America's most handsome capital cities. Explore over 400 years of history, from Civil War to Civil Rights, magnificent architecture, world-class museums and monument-lined streets. Visit the Edgar Allan Poe Museum and the Museum and White House of the Confederacy, or indulge in Richmond's diverse shopping and dining scene.

    Hotel: Omni Richmond

    62Mi/100Km

    Day 08 Day 09

    Williamsburg

    Journey to Williamsburg, Virginia along scenic Route 5, and visit one of the many plantations along the way. Don’t miss Colonial Williamsburg, the most extensively restored 18th century town in the United States, or Jamestown Island, where America’s first English settlement was established. Visit exciting Busch Gardens for a day of fun and entertainment, and don’t miss the famous Williamsburg Pottery Outlet. Your accommodation for the next two nights boats a multi-pool complex and two golf courses.

    Hotel: Kingsmill Resort

    59Mi/94Km

    Day 10 Day 11

    Virginia Beach

    Visit Newport News’ impressive Mariner’s Museum or the Virginia Living Museum before travelling to Virginia Beach. Experience the Virginia Marine Science Museum where visitors attempt to predict the weather, or enjoy a simulated journey to the bottom of the sea. Visit nearby Norfolk and stroll through the acres of azaleas, camellias and roses.

    Hotel: Hilton Virginia Beach

    217Mi/347Km

    Day 12 Day 13

    Annapolis

    Today your drive takes you north to Annapolis, Maryland’s colonial capital city and now a favourite yachting port. Explore the charming harbour and visit the US Naval Academy.

    Hotel: Loews Annapolis

    30Mi/48Km

    Day 14

    Baltimore

    A short drive brings you to Baltimore, America’s 'Renaissance City’, with its glittering harbour and National Aquarium. Plan a visit to Baltimore’s Inner Harbour for unique shops, live entertainment and diverse eateries.

    Hotel: Hotel Monaco, Baltimore

    91Mi/150Km

    Day 15

    Journey home

    Enjoy the diverse scenery en route back to Philadelphia where you return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2265 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request. 

  • In Freedom's Footsteps

    Begins in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and ends in Washington, DC

    11 Days / 10 Nights

    Departures: April, May, June, September and October

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    Your Escorted Tour includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Accommodation for 10 nights as specified
    • 10 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 7 dinners
    • Air-conditioned motorcoach transportation
    • Services of a Tauck Tour Director
    • Classic tour
    • Capitol Building, Washington DC

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    • Washington Monument

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    • Shenandoah National Park

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    Day 01

    Arrive Philadelphia

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Philadelphia. Upon arrival, a transfer to your hotel, the Sofitel Philadelphia, is included. This evening meet up with your fellow Tauck travellers for a welcome reception and dinner. 

    Hotel: Sofitel Philadelphia (Dinner included)

    Day 02

    Philadelphia

    Steeped in history, Philadelphia combines the old with the new. Enjoy a day exploring the many attractions. Tour Independence Hall, ride a horse-drawn carriage along cobblestone streets, see Liberty Bell and visit the National Constitution Centre. 

    Hotel: Sofitel Philadelphia (Breakfast included)

    Day 03

    Amish Country & Gettysburg

    Travel through rolling Pennsylvania farmland to Lancaster County for a guided tour that reveals the cultural traditions of the Amish. Continue on to Gettysburg National Military Park for a visit to the amazing interpretive center and the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War which features 12 exhibit galleries. Following dinner, a storyteller recounts the harrowing experience of civilians trapped in the town of Gettysburg during the ferocious fighting. 

    Hotel: The Gettysburg Hotel (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

    Day 04

    Harper's Ferry & Shenandoah National Park

    A morning drive with a Gettysburg expert takes you through some of the battlefields, viewing pivotal sites and hearing their stories. Travel on to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, where you’ll visit to the site of John Brown’s failed 1859 raid on the town’s federal arsenal. Later, ride the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains along the gorgeous Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. 

    Hotel: Big Meadows Lodge/Skyland Resort (Breakfast and dinner included)

    Day 05

    Monticello & Charlottesville

    Today you travel to Charlottesville for a visit to the third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson’s beloved Monticello, hilltop house. After lunch featuring colonial fare and servers in 18th-century period attire, visit the University of Virginia’s landmark Rotunda and Grounds. You’ll end the afternoon with a private presentation on “Slavery, the Plantation and the Civil War” by Dr. Leni Sorensen. 

    Hotel: Omni Charlottesville Hotel (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

    Day 06

    Richmond & Jamestown

    Meet with Richmond Civil War historian and author Mark Howell, who share insights about the impact of the Civil War in Virginia. Next, you’ll gain further insights into Union, Confederate and African American viewpoints when you visit Historic Tredegar and the Tredegar Iron Works. Following lunch, travel to Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas. Today’s final destination is Colonial Williamsburg, where you’ll spend the next two nights. 

    Hotel: Williamsburg Lodge (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

    Day 07

    Colonial Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg is yours to explore as you please. Discover the recreated cobblestone streets which bring a bygone era back to life. Encounter local residents, from artisans and tradespeople to militiamen and ordinary citizens. Visit authentically restored buildings such as the Governor’s Palace, Raleigh Tavern and Bruton Parish Church. 

    Hotel: Williamsburg Lodge (Breakfast included)

    Day 08

    Washington DC

    This morning visit magnificent Mount Vernon, the estate of America’s first president, George Washington. Overlooking the Potomac River; explore the state-of-the-art interactive museum, the 18th-century mansion and landscaped grounds. You’ll have a late afternoon arrival in Washington, DC, and dine at a local restaurant.

    Hotel: The Willard Washington, DC (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

    Day 09

    Washington DC

    Today you’ll start with a sightseeing tour of iconic Washington sights, including the White House, Capitol Hill, the National Mall, the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial. On a visit to the Lincoln Memorial, you’ll have an opportunity to see the poignant memorials to those who served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Then it’s on to Newseum, a captivating museum featuring interactive exhibits about the world of media.

    Hotel: The Willard Washington, DC (Breakfast included)

    Day 10

    Washington DC

    This morning it’s an early admission to the Rotunda of the National Archives for a private viewing of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The afternoon is free for you to take in more attractions, or perhaps go shopping. This evening, a memorable week concludes with a farewell reception and dinner.

    Hotel: The Willard Washington, DC (Breakfast and lunch included)

    Day 11

    Journey Home

    Time for some last minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.

    Prices

    From £3599 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request. 

  • Baltimore Dining Cruises

    Baltimore

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    • Spirit of Baltimore

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    • Dining Room

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    • Spirit of Baltimore Lounge Deck

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    Sit back and take in the sights of Baltimore onboard a river cruise including either lunch or dinner. Entertainment is provided onboard as you sail along the Patapsco River and around Baltimore's inner harbor.

    Spirit Of Baltimore Lunch Cruise

    Cruising along the Patapsco River, this 2 hour cruise brings you incredible views of Maryland Science Center, Federal Hill, Fort McHenry and the Francis Scott Key Bridge and many others. Enjoy delicious flavours, both hot and cold from the lunch buffet menu and sit back and relax and enjoy the cruise.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Spirit Of Baltimore Dinner Cruise

    Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise departs from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, enjoy a 2.5 or 3-hour cruise along the Patapsco River. Enjoy stunning views of the city skyline and local landmarks, including attractions like the National Aquarium. A delicious dinner buffet menu is available and an onboard DJ provides music entertainment throughout the cruise, playing a mix of old favourites and popular hits.

    Duration 2.5 to 3 hours

    Prices

    Spirit Of Baltimore Lunch Cruise

    From £55 per adult and £41 per child.

    Spirit Of Baltimore Dinner Cruise

    From £81 per person.

     

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