If you could be anywhere right now, the outdoors would be calling your name. From colorful botanical gardens, to the untouched beauty of natural state parks, you are ready for your next adventure among mother nature.
The famous Smithsonian Institution complex, with more than a dozen museums on and around the National Mall. With everything from art masterpieces to pop-culture icons, the Smithsonian offers great family fun. This tour also does a stop at the National Zoo which is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. It is home to more than 2,000 animals. Spend the day wandering the zoo and see huge gorillas and scary crocodiles to majestic eagles and rare pandas.
Enjoy a day on the Eastern Shore with a River Cruise and an all-you-can-eat Crab Feast Luncheon. Take a cruise aboard a reproduction of an authentic 80-foot turn-of-the-century paddlewheeler, one of the most exciting attractions offered on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The boat is fully enclosed with heating and air conditioning. The upper deck is covered and provides a great view while cruising. While on board, enjoy an all-you-can-eat crab feast luncheon (provided by Suicide Bridge Restaurant)
Spend the day with Wolf's Bus Lines at the Bronx Zoo in New York City! Your ticket gives you the Total Experience, where you will get to check out all the exhibits such as the Congo Gorilla Forest, which allows you to get quite close to some very cool animals, watch Sea Lion and Penguin Feedings, or check out the Children's Zoo where you can feed and pet goats, sheep, donkeys, and more.
Hop aboard the Stourbridge Line for a relaxing ride through the northern Pocono region and along the banks of Laxawaxen River, followed by a historical walk through the Dorflinger Glass Museum which consists of the Factory Office building and the Lower Cutting Shop.
Board the Potomac Eagle for a three-hour narrated train ride including a late lunch/early dinner aboard the train. The train ride offers a spectacular view of the tranquil and pristine mountain valley known as "The Trough". Enjoy the view of lush forests and the chance to see the magnificent national symbol - the American Bald Eagle.
See the city in a different light as we travel through the illuminated capital at night. Hear historical tales about the fascinating history of Washington D.C. as you ride along the same streets the presidents have traveled. Along the way, we will make a stop at the National Christmas Tree including the "Pathway of Peace," decorated trees representing all 50 states and a stop at the Mormon Temple Festival of Lights.