Boston's Trail is a 2.5-mile path connecting 16 historic sites, highlighting the city's role in the revolution, from protests to key battles. Visit landmarks like Old State House.
Boston's Trail is a 2.5-mile path connecting 16 historic sites, highlighting the city's role in the revolution, from protests to key battles. Visit Old State House.
Independence Hall in Philly is where the Declaration and Constitution were born. Visit and see where it all happened, including the Liberty Bell - a symbol of freedom.
Mount Vernon, George Washington's home, on the Potomac River. Tour his mansion, gardens, farm, and learn about his personal and public life.
Monticello in Charlottesville, VA, is Thomas Jefferson's home. Explore his house, grounds, library, and learn about his many interests and contributions.
Valley Forge, PA, preserves Washington's army winter camp in 1777-78. Visit cabins, monuments, and trails to witness their resilience and transformation.
Fraunces Tavern, NYC, a vital site in the revolution. Dine, view exhibits, and savor colonial history where patriots met and Washington bid farewell in 1783.
Saratoga National Historical Park, NY, key to the revolution. See cannons, monuments, and history at Saratoga Battlefield, plus the 155-foot Saratoga Monument.
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