Snuggled between Washington DC & Philadelphia, Baltimore is a great place for groups to visit. Baltimore has many exciting attractions to offer travelers. It is home to the B & O Railroad, the USS Constellation, Babe Ruth’s birthplace, Edgar Allan Poe, National Aquarium, Inner Harbor, Fort McHenry and many other famous people and landmarks. Your group cannot go wrong with a trip to Baltimore!
Walk in the footsteps of American revolutionaries and celebrate the birthplace of our liberty on the Freedom Trail. Discover the Boston Public Garden in the spring and a wealth of arts, culture, and the Museum of Science and Industry.
Salty Atlantic lighthouses beckon to group travelers seeking old-world ghost tales like those of Barnstable Village, bohemian diversity found in Provincetown, or a rustic romp from Nantucket Sound to Martha’s Vineyard where wine tasting and whale watching abound will all delight travelers on their trip to Cape Cod!
Civil War history abounds in Gettysburg where your team may experience the 1800s in every way possible from battle reenactments to Victorian style portraits printed by wet plate process. However, you may discover more relics than you bargained for on a candlelit ghost tour of America’s most haunted city.
Visit the most exciting city in the world with your group. Tour Rockefeller Center, explore Central Park, and experience Times Square after dark and a Broadway Performance. NYC attractions feature history, art, science, and culture.
Niagara Falls is an internationally recognized wonder of the world that attracts millions of visitors each year and with its breath taking waterfalls and scenic views it is no wonder. Take a ride on the Maid of the Mist, get up close and personal on the Cave of the Winds, or have the thrill of a lifetime on the Whirlpool Jet Boats on their visit to the Falls.
Miles of beach and one of the nation’s favorite boardwalks presents all kinds of thrills for the family. It’s a small-town carnival with rides, arcades, movies on the beach and the famous wild ponies of Assateague.
From the Liberty Bell, and America’s oldest zoo to the statue of underdog “Rocky” the Heavyweight Champion, Philadelphia caters to every interest! Don’t miss the Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site for a deeper look into the haunting poetry that will be written nevermore and Independence Hall for a page in American History.
Experience the stunning beauty of the US capital, from the neoclassic architecture in its government buildings and memorials to the unique variety in the Smithsonian museums. You’ll find attractions for every interest in DC.