2-Day Washington DC, Philadelphia, Baltimore Tour from New York/New Jersey

Tour Code : WDC2


Tour Availability 

Available: Daily(Apr - Oct)

               Daily except Tue (Nov - Mar); 



 2 days, 1 night


Visit Princeton University, Philadelphia (Independence Hall & Liberty Bell), Baltimore (Fort McHenry, Inner Harbor), Washington D.C. (Capitol Hill, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, White House, Vietnam and Korean War Memorial, cruise on Potomac River, and Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.) 1 night hotel accommodation. Ground transportation and tour guide.


Tour Price In USD (Price per room  based on double occupancy)





 or  Single Room 

1 person

Double Room

2 people

Triple Room

3 people

Quad Room

4 people




Air-Conditioned/ Lavatory Equipped Motor Coach


  3-Star or 2.5 Star +
  Comfort Inn/Sleep Inn or equivalent

Tour Guide

  Bilingual in English & Chinese, Professional 


   (sharing same hotel room)


  Early Bookings Highly Recommended





1-night hotel accommodation

  •                Standard Hotel: Comfort Inn/Sleep Inn or equivalent

Roundtrip transportation via Air Conditioned, Lavatory Equipped Motor coach

Tour guide (Bilingual guided tour,English and Chinese)

All taxes & fees




Optional Admission Fees

Activities Adult Child(11yr-)  Senior(62yr+)
Princeton University $10 $8 $10
Washington D.C. Cruise $23 $15 $20

Admission fees  may be paid to your tour escort upon arrival by cash.

Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

All meals and drinks during the trip, but the tour guide will arrange for.

Service fees for your tour guide and bus driver (total $8.00/day per passenger).

Personal room service fees such as laundry or valet services, telephone calls, or alcoholic beverages/ mini bar items, unless they are otherwise specified.

Any private expenses.


Departure & Return Details

Location Address   Departure Return
Brooklyn, NY 6102 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11220 (HSBC Bank)   7:00am no stop
Flushing, NY 133-31 39th Ave, Flushing, NY 11354 (In front of the Flushing Mall)   7:00am 8:30pm
New York, NY 90 Bowery St, New York, NY 10002 (Manhattan)   8:00am 8:00pm
Jersey City, NJ 2995 John F Kennedy Blvd W, Jersey City, NJ 07306(White Castle - White Castle)   8:15am 6:15pm
East Brunswick, NJ 275 New Jersey 18, East Brunswick, NJ 08816 (In front of the Hong Kong Supermarket)   8:45am 6:30pm
Philadelphia, PA 21 S 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (Philadelphia Bourse)   11:00am no stop

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.

There will be NO drop off at Philadelphia Bourse. The drop off close by will be in NJ Turnpike service area between exit 4 and 5. There will be no drop off in Brooklyn.

Additional Note

  • Customers are held solely responsible for their own travel documents and/or visas if required.
  • All hotel and tour schedules are arranged in advance, NO REFUND will be given to any customer failing to appear on the departure day.


For big groups over 30 people, you may requst tour guide's attention and speak your language. Request may sent by email or call us 4 weeks in Advance.



A New York CityB PhiladelphiaC Washington DCD Baltimore

Day 1: New York - Princeton - Philadelphia - Baltimore - D.C. (241 miles)


This morning we’ll begin our tour in lovely Princeton, New Jersey to visit the celebrated campus of Princeton University. Next, we’ll move on to the historic city of Philadelphia, where weÂ’ll take a stroll by Independence Hall, the iconic Liberty Bell, Old Parliament House, and National Independence Park. After a stop at the United States Mint, we’ll drive on to Baltimore to see its scenic Inner Harbor, with its many quaint shops, restaurants, and glorious tall ships that grace the water. Our last stop of the day will be at Fort McHenry. After dinner, we’ll transfer to our hotel for the night.




Princeton University
Princeton University, one of the nationÂ’s oldest universities and member of the Ivy League. Princeton students will be the tour guide showing the campus to you.

Philadelphia, PA

Independence Hall

One of the most important historical landmarks in the United States. The Declaration of Independence was signed in this building on July 4, 1776.

Liberty Bell
 Casted in England to "proclaim liberty throughout the land" as the Declaration of Independence was read aloud to the citizens, is housed in a new 13,000-square-foot glass pavilion angled so you can see it against the backdrop of Independence Hall.
U.S. Mint
 Primarily produces circulating coinage for the United States to conduct its trade and commerce, produces between 11 billion and 20 billion coins annually.

Baltimore, MD

Inner Harbor

One of the most photographed and visited areas of Baltimore. It has been one of the major seaports in the United States since the 1700s.
Fort McHenry
 Fort McHenry, in Baltimore, Maryland, is a coastal star-shaped fort best known for its role in the War of 1812, when it successfully defended Baltimore against the British invasion in the War of 1812, and the birthplace of the National Anthem.
Standard Hotel: Comfort Inn/Sleep Inn or equivalent

Day 2 : Washington D.C. - New York (227 miles)


Today we’ll visit many of the most iconic landmarks and buildings in the nation’s capital during our visit to Washington D.C. First thing in the morning, we’ll visit Capitol Hill (weÂ’ll even be treated to an inside visit of its hallowed halls if tickets are available), then move on to see the stately white marble memorials to Presidents Jefferson and Lincoln, the toweringWashington Monument, and the Vietnam and Korean War Memorials. WeÂ’ll stop at the SmithsonianÂ’s National Air and Space Museum, as well as the White House. To end the day, weÂ’ll take a scenic and relaxing cruise on Potomac River and its Tidal Basin to experience the city from the water, where weÂ’ll see the Pentagon, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the infamous Watergate Hotel, and more. After a late lunch, weÂ’ll return to New York, where we should arrive by 7:00 p.m.

Washington, DC


US Capitol

It has housed the Senate and House of Representatives for almost two centuries. The Washington DC capitol building is located at the eastern end of the National Mall on a plateau 88 feet above the Potomac River, with an imposing view encompassing the Capitol.

*Inside Capitol only when tickets are available, tickets are issued by goverment in the visiting morning by the amount of people.
Jefferson Memorial
 Dedicated to our third President, Thomas Jefferson, who is known for his contributions to the Declaration of Independence. The interior has a 19 foot bronze statue of Jefferson along with passages from his writings engraved on the walls.
Lincoln Memorial
 American national monument was built to honor the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The building is in the form of a Greek Doric temple and contains a large seated sculpture of Abraham Lincoln and inscriptions of two well-known speeches by Lincoln.
Washington Monument
 Built to commemorate the first US president, is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk.
National Air and Space Museum
 The museum chronicles the story of the mastery of flight, from Wright Brothers'1903 Flyer to outer space. It holds the largest collection of historic items in the world and hundreds of space and aircraft artifacts dangle before your eyes everywhere you look.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
 The memorial It honors U.S. service members of the U.S. armed forces who fought in the Vietnam War, service members who died in service in Vietnam/South East Asia, and those service members who were unaccounted for (Missing In Action) during the War.
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Founded in 1995, this privately funded memorial honors those who served in Korea, a 3-year conflict that produced almost as many casualties as Vietnam. It consists of a circular "Pool of Remembrance" in a grove of trees and a triangular "Field of Service," highlighted by lifelike statues of 19 soldiers.
White House
Sits at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. It has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams.