2-Day Washington DC, Philadelphia and Amish Country Tour from New York

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While in New York, take a trip the City of Brotherly Love and the nation’s capital on this 2-day tour through Philadelphia, Washington DC and Amish country. Explore these two significant American cities aboard a luxury, air-conditioned coach or van. Visit sites including the Liberty Bell, Constitution Hall, Capitol Hill, the Air and Space Museum and more! On your way back to New York, stop in Amish country and see what it would be like to live without today’s modern technology.
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  • Min price: $320.00
  • Departure Point: Gray Line Visitor's Center

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  • 2-day tour to Philadelphia, Washington DC and the Amish Country from New York City
$320.00 Book now
  • Good for:
    • Multi-Day Trip
    • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
    • All entrance fees included
    • Informative, friendly and professional guide
    • Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
    • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
  • Operates: Wednesday and Saturday
  • Inclusions:
    • Professional tour guide
    • Transportation by 15-passenger van or a full-sized bus
    • Sightseeing in Philadelphia and Washington DC
    • 1-night hotel including tax and Continental Breakfast
    • Authentic Amish Buggy ride through the Amish farm
    • Wifi on bus only
  • Exclusions:
    • Gratuities (optional)
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off
    • Food and drinks
  • Additional info:
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • A moderate amount of walking is involved
    • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
    • Amish portion of the tour is subject to change due to seasons or inclement weather
    • For tours with fewer guests, vans may be substituted
    • Tours can be bilingual/multilingual as they are offered in many different languages
    • Children under the age of 2 are free, please advise at time of booking if infant is traveling
    • Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required
  • Return Details: Returns to original departure point on Thursday evening after 7:30pm though, depending on traffic and other circumstances, this return time may be delayed.
  • Cancellation Policy: If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
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Reviews

  • June Q

    5
    - 20 March 2018 -

    Excellent, informative and fun! Our family of 5 my husband, myself, kids 18,15 and 12 years old really enjoyed this 2-day trip from New York to Philadelphia and Amish Country on Day 1 and Washington DC on Day 2. Everything was organized - covered all the stops in the itinerary, sufficient food and toilet breaks, comfortable bus with free wifi and our extremely knowledgeable tour guide Ben provided all the information that you wouldn't be able to get if you do it on your own. Loved the authentic Philly's Cheesesteak break! Like us, if you're checking out from NYC for 2 days, the convenience of being able to bring all your luggages on board the bus is a plus. Interestingly, our trip ended by watching the film National Treasure on our way back to New York good recap of the places we've visited : Thank you Ben! Highly recommended!

  • Kushal S

    3
    - 03 January 2018 -

    Tour was okay. Tour guide was ok, not very engaging. Rushed at times. Too cold weather to be out which is out of anyone’s control but could have been made more enjoyable. Overnight hotel in DC was very basic, smelly room. Philly and DC are lovely places to visit so enjoyed nevertheless.

  • 5
    - 12 December 2017 -

    We were a little concerned about dedicating 2 days to this tour and depleting the days we had in NY but it was well worth it. 4 of us loved the trip. Very interesting places to visit, Philadelphia, the Amish village called Intercourse - I kid you not !! and Washington DC including the Arlington cemetery . Our tour guide Stefanos was super, he was very informative, good with historical facts and good fun. He made it a very enjoyable tour. One of the best parts was starting the second day early so we were at certain sites before they got busy with tourists. The tour is packed with lots of places to visit. We stayed at the Wyndham hotel in Washington which has large rooms and an adequate breakfast included in price.

  • Susan T

    5
    - 12 December 2017 -

    We were a little concerned about dedicating 2 days to this tour and depleting the days we had in NY but it was well worth it. 4 of us loved the trip. Very interesting places to visit, Philadelphia, the Amish village called Intercourse - I kid you not !! and Washington DC including the Arlington cemetery . Our tour guide Stefanos was super, he was very informative, good with historical facts and good fun. He made it a very enjoyable tour. One of the best parts was starting the second day early so we were at certain sites before they got busy with tourists. The tour is packed with lots of places to visit. We stayed at the Wyndham hotel in Washington which has large rooms and an adequate breakfast included in price.

  • 5
    - 03 November 2017 -

    Excellent

  • jenny

    5
    - 03 November 2017 -

    Excellent

  • 5
    - 31 October 2017 -

    An extremely busy two days but the content was phenomenal and I think would have been impossible to do by myself in the same time period. Our guide, Jutta, was knowledgeable, humourous and efficient. I learnt so much about the early history of the United States and its influences on current governance. It was inspiring to visit the 'so-often-seen-in-the-media' national monuments, and also disheartening in a way to wander Arlington Cemetery where so many, mostly young servicepeople's, lives are remembered. The trip to Lancaster County and the Amish farms was beautiful and our Amish guide informative and welcoming of our questions and interest. Again, I would highly recommend this tour to everyone.

  • jjborneo

    5
    - 31 October 2017 -

    An extremely busy two days but the content was phenomenal and I think would have been impossible to do by myself in the same time period. Our guide, Jutta, was knowledgeable, humourous and efficient. I learnt so much about the early history of the United States and its influences on current governance. It was inspiring to visit the 'so-often-seen-in-the-media' national monuments, and also disheartening in a way to wander Arlington Cemetery where so many, mostly young servicepeople's, lives are remembered. The trip to Lancaster County and the Amish farms was beautiful and our Amish guide informative and welcoming of our questions and interest. Again, I would highly recommend this tour to everyone.

  • 2
    - 07 October 2017 -

    The tour gives you as many stops as possible in the 2days. The guide was not very well informed. Besides wrong information, the guide continually gave personal political views.

  • Donna R

    2
    - 07 October 2017 -

    The tour gives you as many stops as possible in the 2days. The guide was not very well informed. Besides wrong information, the guide continually gave personal political views.

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