Great North Music Tour | Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston
Itinerary: Iconic Cities and Beyond
Regional Experiences Boston | New York City
Philadelphia | Washington D.C.


About this itinerary

Driving distance: 450 miles
Recommended travelling time: 10 nights
Recommended travel season: Spring, Summer, or Fall
Discover the culture and history of four iconic East Coast cities, all with their own rich and diverse tapestry. Explore the neighbourhoods and hidden secrets of these cities, viewing the best of their culture, history and nature. This route is also possible to be done using the American train service, Amtrak.

Boston, Massachusetts

 

Begin your exploration of the city on The Freedom Trail's 16 historic stops, including the Paul Revere House. Spend a day enjoying the Museum of Fine Arts or the Museum of Science. Shoppers will enjoy Newbury Street and Copley Place, a large two-storey mall. The Waterfront and Harbor Walk offer breath-taking waterfront views as well as great dining options. Sports fans should time their visit for a Boston Red Sox (April-October).
To next stop: 215 miles| Total driven: 0 miles

 


New York City, New York

Head to Broadway to take in a show, or museums like MOMA and enjoy panoramic views of midtown Manhattan from the Empire State Building. If you are looking for great pizza, take the free ferry to Staten Island and enjoy spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty on the way, or head to The Bronx for the zoo or botanical gardens. Sports fans can catch a New York Yankees baseball game or a Mets game.
To next stop: 95 miles | Total driven: 215 miles



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia is city of icons, such as the famous LOVE statue. Visit Independence Hall National Historical Park, home to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence were signed. Ensure to try a Philly Cheese Steak, and Philadelphia's gorgeous Fairmount Park. The Reading Terminal Market, the USA's oldest farmers market, is also the city's most popular attraction.
To next stop: 140 miles | Total driven: 310 miles

 

Washington, District of Columbia

There's a lot to see in Washington, D.C., but a trip to the National Mall is a must for any itinerary. This national park encompasses Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and the U.S. Capitol and nearby the Smithsonian National Museum of American History offers a fascinating history of the birth of the USA. Head north to experience Georgetown University, surrounded by lively shops and cafes. Even board a water taxi from Georgetown to cross the Potomac River.
Total driven: 450 miles

 

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