Join us as we board the bus headed for New York! We’ll stop for dinner along the way, getting to New York in the evening. See the complete list of stops on the web: www.yfutrip.com
Begin with 3 nights in Washington DC.
Washington DC is a great city to visit! There are so many famous building to see, things to do, and museums to visit. Lots of history and lots of fun as well. You will recognize lots of places from TV, news and the movies.
Take a group photo in front of the White House. See the city both by day and by night, including the Washington Monument, Jefferson Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial, Supreme Court, Pentagon, & congress.
See Ford’s Theater – where Lincoln was assassinated. Walk through Arlington National Cemetery – where America buries its heroes. Experience the Vietnam Memorial – celebrating bravery & mourning the loss of soldiers just a few years older than you. A stop at the Holocaust Museum puts faces on a 20th century tragedy.
Enjoy Free time in the Smithsonian Museum. Choose to see the Air and Space Building, or the American History building, containing the flag that inspired the authoring of our national anthem, as well as an oval office recreation.
Philadelphia is the next stop. The city tour includes the museum steps made famous in the movie ROCKY, the museum parkway, and a short stop at Independence Mall to see the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
Spend 4 nights in New York seeing all that the Big Apple has to offer. You’ll get a chance to visit the Statue of Liberty. Then you can take a walking tour of the financial district including Wall Street, Ground Zero - plus you’ll see Freedom Tower under construction. You’ll also get to tour the many unique neighborhoods of New York like Greenwich Village, Soho, Little Italy, and Chinatown, or do some shopping on 5th Avenue. Once you’ve seen the city from the street, then you can ride to the top of the Empire State Building for views of the city from the sky!
But that’s not all; New York has plenty more attractions you can see. Take aphoto in front of the United Nations Headquarters, visit Rockefeller Center, and take a stroll through famous Central Park. We will also stop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or just the Met, which is the most visited place in New York! It is an amazing museum that includes an ancient Egyptian templeexhibit, Japanese armor collections, and much more!Spend the evening surrounded by the bright lights of Times Square, and get to see a real Broadway Show.
Spend the evening in Times Square surrounded by all the lights. See a Broadway show. New York is a true memory-maker and is always a student favorite. Don’t miss this chance to see New York with students from all over the world!