Travel back in time with the attractions and tours that take you to the scenes of our country’s past when pilgrims established the colonies, learned how to make a living in this new land, and then fought for their independence from England. It was a passionate, hard-fought, and significant era in our national history, and these tours not only bring it to life for you, but they also put you in the midst of the action.
One popular great place for a colonial tour is Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. Here you will feel as if you have literally stepped back in time. Not just the sights and the historic buildings, but the people who work to provide an authentic picture of colonial life through live demonstrations and active historic presentations. Many of the on-site attractions include historic landmarks, reconstructed sites, and museums including the Bruton Parish Church built in 1715 and the Wren Building, part of the College of William and Mary campus.
Few cities are as rich with American history as Boston. The days of the American colonies went hand in hand with revolution, and your Pilgrims and Patriots Tour in this amazing city will let you experience it all. Check out the Minuteman National Historic Park or the Paul Revere House along the Freedom Trail, a two and a half-mile journey covering 16 historic sites. Philadelphia, as well, offers unique looks into the past and American history with visits to Independence National Historical Park where you can visit the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, and Independence Hall where the Constitution was signed.
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