This entire area is so rich in America’s history!

From Virginia to Maryland to Pennsylvania, this wonderfully educational tour explores all the history and culture that occurred during the American Revolution and helped to shape our great nation.  

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Deluxe Colonial Williamsburg Pass complete with 3 Hour Guide Service

Come explore the country’s largest living history museum by spending the day at Colonial Williamsburg. Costumed townspeople go about the daily activities that were occurring during 18th century. You’ll enjoy three hours of an experienced tour guide and learn the history behind the village, its buildings, museums and gardens.

 Williamsburg Reenactment

Williamsburg Reenactment

Annapolis Tour

Settled in 1649, Annapolis was one of the first planned cities in colonial American. The Colonial Annapolis district was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965 and still includes over 120 original 17th and 18th century buildings and homes. Colonial clad guides narrate the area’s history while you explore the Grand Homes of Annapolis, the path that George Washington took when he resigned, St. Anne’s Church, the Waterfront Warehouse and the Maryland State House.

New Liberty Bell Pavilion

Home to the famed Liberty Bell there is also a video presentation and other exhibits showcasing the history and symbolism of the bell. The 2,000 pound bell is now encased in a large glass chamber against the backdrop of Independence Hall. 

Independence Hall

Constructed between 1732 and 1756 this building is considered one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in America. Rich in history, Independence Hall was originally constructed as the Pennsylvania State House and was the meeting place for the Second Continental Congress. It is also the site of where George Washington was appointed commander in chief of the Continental Army and where the Declaration of Independence was agreed upon in 1777. Completely restored to its original 18th century grandeur, Independence Hall still houses George Washington’s “rising sun” chair used during the Constitutional Convention in 1787.  

 Independence Hall

Independence Hall

Betsy Ross House

Home of America’s most beloved flag maker, you’ll tour the home while learning about Betsy and how she came to sew America’s first Stars & Stripes all through historical interactive programming. 

Lights of Liberty Evening Tour

This is America’s history as seen through an inspiring technological journey. Historic sites all over Independence National Historical Park come alive with this amazing sound and light show. Then inside the PECO Theater you’ll enjoy a great fun and educational 3D journey hosted by Benjamin Franklin. 

Valley Forge Tour

Explore Valley Forge either by a self-guided driving tour, a ranger-led walking tour, a trolley tour or rent a bike and enjoy over 20 miles of well marked trails.  Some of the major highlights you’ll experience include the Muhlenberg Brigade Huts, General George Washington’s Headquarters, the Washington Memorial Chapel and the Isaac Potts home. Stop by the Park Theater for a short introductory film before you get started. 

 Valley Forge

Valley Forge