Eastern United States

Embark on a journey through the Eastern United States, a region teeming with historical landmarks, cultural treasures, and breath-taking natural wonders. Immerse yourself in the stories of the nation’s founding at iconic sites like Independence National Historical Park and Mount Vernon.

Discover the wonders of the natural world at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, renowned for its scenic beauty and rich biodiversity. Explore the wonders of science and technology at the American Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Marvel at the architectural grandeur of the Empire State Building and the symbolic significance of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Each destination offers a unique perspective on the region’s diverse heritage, inviting you to delve into the rich tapestry of American history, culture, and natural splendour.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Spanning Tennessee and North Carolina, this park is renowned for its misty mountains, diverse wildlife, and stunning forests.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Located in New York City’s Upper East Side, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a cultural treasure trove housing masterpieces from around the world. Visitors can admire a diverse collection of art spanning various eras and styles, offering a captivating journey through human creativity and expression in one of the eastern United States’ most iconic museums.

Central Park

Nestled in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park provides a tranquil oasis amidst New York City’s urban landscape. Spanning 843 acres, this green sanctuary offers visitors a retreat from the bustling city streets, with meandering paths, serene lakes, and lush greenery creating a peaceful haven in the eastern United States.

Ellis Island and the Immigration Museum

 Nestled on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, this iconic symbol of freedom and democracy has a profound historical legacy, having welcomed over 12 million immigrants between 1892 and 1954. It stands as a testament to America’s immigrant past, preserving stories of hope and opportunity that shaped the nation’s identity.

Empire State Building

Towering over New York City, the Empire State Building offers visitors a chance to witness the breathtaking beauty and grandeur of one of the world’s most renowned skyscrapers. Its iconic stature and panoramic views make it a must-visit destination for those seeking a glimpse of the city’s skyline from above.

Mount Vernon

Situated in Virginia, Mount Vernon is George Washington’s historic estate, providing an immersive journey through the history of aviation and space exploration. With captivating exhibits and artifacts, visitors can delve into the pioneering spirit that defined America’s quest for discovery and innovation in the realms of flight and space

Statue of Liberty

It is one of America’s most iconic symbols, ranking third in popularity among tourist attractions in the U.S. Situated in New York, it offers ferry access to Ellis Island and represents freedom and democracy

Niagara Falls

Straddling the border between New York and Ontario, is a breath-taking natural wonder formed over 12,000 years ago at the end of the Ice Age. It comprises three falls: the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and the majestic Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Visitors can experience the falls up close on a Hornblower cruise

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

in Washington D.C. is a renowned institution that showcases the history of aviation and space exploration. Currently undergoing a major renovation to reimagine its galleries, it aims to inspire future generations of pioneers and explorers