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The Northeast US is home to tons of fascinating cultural and historical sites, making it the perfect place for a group tour. You'll get to experience the unique way of life in New England and see many of the cities and landmarks that have shaped the history of the United States. Your Northeast US tour is sure to provide unforgettable memories and give you a new perspective on this section of the country. With tour operator volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 40% versus assembling the same itinerary on your own! Book your USA Northeast tour today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted tour headquarters.

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USA Northeast Tours Highlights

  • Get a taste of history in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Experience a gorgeous view at every turn from Martha's Vineyard.
  • Discover the "city that never sleeps" in New York.
  • Relax and unwind in the incredible Cape Cod.
  • See the Liberty Bell and grab a cheesesteak in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Explore the nation's capital of Washington, D.C.
  • Get a fresh lobster roll in Portland, Maine.
  • Learn about Civil War history in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

USA Northeast Tours Travel Tips

  • The Northeast takes its food very seriously, and especially on the coast, seafood is the specialty. Be sure to try a bowl of chowder and enjoy other location-based favorites like New York-style pizza and Boston crème pie!
  • Many big cities throughout the Northeast pride themselves on their nightlife. If you get a free evening on your tour, venture out for a drink at a local bar and mingle with the locals.
  • In addition to city life, the Northeast has lots of incredible natural sites for you to experience. If you're a nature lover, try to book a tour that takes you through a national park or forest.
  • Sports are a way of life in the Northeast, so brush up on some sports knowledge before you visit! It only makes conversations with locals that much more interesting.
  • While most businesses throughout the Northeast accept credit cards, it's not a bad idea to keep cash on hand as well, especially if you're visiting smaller, mom-and-pop businesses.

USA Northeast Tours Things To Do

  • Boston

    Boston is an absolute staple of many Northeast US group tours. There's a ton of interesting history and unique culture everywhere you turn. Popular attractions throughout Boston include Freedom Trail, Boston Harbor, Fenway Park, the Paul Revere House, Quincy Market, and the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

    Best Time To Visit

    Many recommend visiting Boston from June through October since the weather is mild and enjoyable and exciting sports and local events abound.   


    You Should Know

    Boston holds many of America's "firsts," including the country's first subway system, first public or state school, and first public park. The city is considered one of the world's best places for higher education thanks to institutions like Boston University, Northeastern University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Harvard University.

  • Cape Cod
    Cape Cod

    Perhaps the ultimate summer vacation spot can be found in Cape Cod. People flock here from all over the world to experience the stunning beaches and laid-back atmosphere. This will certainly be one of the most relaxing spots on your tour!   

    Best Time To Visit

    Winters are particularly cold and snowy in Cape Cod, so it's best to visit between June and September when the weather is warm.  


    You Should Know

    There are tons of lighthouses throughout Cape Cod for you to explore, many of them with quite a bit of historical significance. You'll also find quite a bit of influence from the Kennedys and can learn about the families at attractions like the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum.

  • Philadelphia

    History buffs are bound to have a blast in Philadelphia. This city has some of the country's most significant historical sites, from the Liberty Bell to Independence Hall. Even if you're not into history, you'll enjoy attractions like Reading Terminal Market, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Rocky Steps.  

    Best Time To Visit

    Many people enjoy visiting Philadelphia in the spring when the cherry blossoms are in bloom.  


    You Should Know

    The city of Philadelphia houses more outdoor murals and sculptures than any other city in America. Philadelphia is home to America's first zoo, business school, hospital, stock exchange, library, and medical school. It was also the first World Heritage City in the country.

  • Washington, D.C.
    Washington, D.C.

    A trip to Washington, D.C. promises tons of interesting history around every corner. The nation's capital holds government buildings, memorials, and monuments galore, as well as the phenomenal Smithsonian Institution. There's no way you can leave Washington, D.C., without learning something new!  

    Best Time To Visit

    Most people enjoy Washington, D.C., in the fall from September to November or in the spring from March to May.  


    You Should Know

    The American Institute of Architects' ranking of "America's Favorite Architecture" in 2007 featured 6 buildings in Washington within their top 10 list. As you might expect, Washington attractions take their security very seriously, so expect to go through a metal detector just about everywhere.

  • Martha’s Vineyard
    Martha’s Vineyard

    If your tour takes to Cape Cod, you're likely to also visit Martha's Vineyard. This island just south of Cape Cod is a popular destination for summer vacationers thanks to its wonderful weather and picturesque surroundings.   

    Best Time To Visit

    Spring and fall are widely considered the best seasons to visit Martha's Vineyard, though they are also the most crowded.  


    You Should Know

    The name "Martha's Vineyard" is believed to be inspired by either the daughter or mother-in-law of Bartholomew Gosnold, an English explorer who led Europe's first recorded expedition to the island in 1602. Both women were named Martha. Martha's Vineyard is divided into six cities each with their own alcohol rules. Edgartown, Tisbury, and Oak Bluffs all serve alcohol, West Tisbury and Aquinnah only serve wine and beer, and Chilmark serves no alcohol.

  • Gettysburg

    If you're interested in US history particularly surrounding the Civil War, you'll definitely want to book a tour with a stop in Gettysburg. This city was a turning point in the War thanks to the Battle of Gettysburg, held in an area that is today part of Gettysburg National Military Park. You can also visit the Gettysburg National Cemetery, the site of President Lincoln's 1863 Gettysburg Address.  

    Best Time To Visit

    Gettysburg can get surprisingly hot in the peak of summer, so spring and fall are the preferred times to visit.  


    You Should Know

    If you're interested in a civilian perspective on the Civil War, attractions like the Jennie Wade House or the Shriver House Museum are the places for you. President Dwight D. Eisenhower retired to Gettysburg with his wife Mamie in 1961, and guests can still visit the Eisenhower National Historic Site in town.

  • Portland

    Portland, Maine, has an incredible marine industry that impacts the atmosphere of the city as a whole. Spots like Casco Bay let you watch the lobster boats come in, and there are plenty of lighthouses for you to discover as well. You can also get a good dose of culture at the Portland Museum of Art or get a history lesson at Victoria Mansion.   

    Best Time To Visit

    Many people flock to Portland in the summer from June to August; even though it's the height of the season, temperatures rarely climb above 80 degrees.  


    You Should Know

    The state of Maine supplies almost 90% of the United States's lobster supply. Be sure to grab a lobster roll while you're in town! Portland is the birthplace of several famous residents including Judd Nelson, Stephen King, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

  • New York City
    New York City

    The Big Apple is a "must-see" for anyone on a Northeast US tour, though you definitely won't get to experience everything the city has to offer! Your tour is likely to take you to Manhattan, where you'll get to see such sights as the Empire State Building, Times Square, and Broadway.  

    Best Time To Visit

    As with many cities throughout the Northeast US, New York City is popular with tourists in the spring and summer. However, people enjoy the "City That Never Sleeps" at any time of year.   


    You Should Know

    New York County is the country's most densely populated counties at over 69,000 people per square mile. Manhattan is informally divided into Lower, Midtown, and Upper sections.

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Quick Facts

The Northeast has four distinct reasons, which is the best part about traveling to this part of the US. Most of the time the weather is really nice and perfect for sightseeing. The only time to avoid would be some of the winter months when there could be heavy snowfall.  

  • Summer - June to August

    Summer is also a great time to head up north, especially between Independence Day and Labor Day. It's cool in the mornings and gets warmer throughout the day, but it rarely ever tops 90 degrees. The days are long, allowing you to take plenty of time to explore the areas and make the most of your tour.

  • Winter - November to March

    You generally won't find tours being offered throughout the winter. Northeast winters are notorious for being brutally cold and carrying lots and lots of snow, which isn't ideal for travel, to say the least. You won't be able to enjoy many of the outdoor activities in the area, which is a huge draw to the Northeast, so it's best to avoid travel here from November through March.

  • Autumn - September to November

    The Northeast US is absolutely gorgeous in the fall. Visitors and locals get to watch the leaves change colors and truly experience the best weather that New England has to offer. That's why it's best to take a trip to the Northeast US in late September or early October if you can, though a trip anytime during those two months is wonderful as well. Keep in mind that this is the most popular time to visit the Northeast, so you're likely to run into sizeable crowds. 

USA Northeast Tours Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Northeast US Tour?

    A Northeast US tour will take you and a small group throughout the wonders of the Northeast United States. You'll work your way through sections of New England and the Mid-Atlantic for usually 7-9 days. On your journey, you'll get to see some interesting historical sites, witness some breathtaking nature, and taste the mouthwatering local cuisine.

  • What’s Included on a Northeast US Tour?

    Your Northeast US tour price will include all accommodations as well as many meals. Typically, all of your breakfasts will be provided, and some of your lunches and dinners will be paid for, allowing you to find food on your own for a few meals. Transportation between cities and attractions will also be included, as well as admission prices to many (if not all) of the activities you'll be experiencing.

  • What’s the Best Tour for a Northeast US Tour?

    Northeast US tours are incredibly popular with many of the world's biggest group tour companies. A few of the most common include Trafalgar, Globus Journeys, Northeast Unlimited Tours, Diamond Tours, and Tauck. Some of these companies focus on a specific section of the Northeast, like New England, while some will take guests through the Northeast US and into Canada.

  • How Much Does a Northeast US Tour Cost?

    The typical tour through the Northeast US will cost around $4,000 per person for a 7-8-day trip. You may be able to find a budget company that offers a comparable tour for around $3,000. Some companies do offer longer tours that cost a bit more, around $6,000 for a 12-day trip. Ultimately, the cost of your tour will depend on the included destinations, length of the tour, and company that you choose to travel with.

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