American Revolution Tours
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September 21st – September 24th 2017
The Lake Champlain – Hudson River corridor was some of the most vital strategic real estate in America across two centuries. The four-day tour will take in many places that have become legendary in the annals of our war for independence, in some of the most beautiful countryside in the northeastern United States.
Our itinerary will include visits to Fort Ticonderoga, Crown Point, Mount Independence, Hubbardton battlefield, Bennington, Saratoga, as well as several other sites.
This tour includes:
- Lodging at highly rated hotels, with breakfasts.
- Welcome dinner.
- Transportation by deluxe motor coach.
- Admission to all scheduled museums and attractions.
- Detailed study booklet with maps and educational materials.
- An active itinerary of daily guided tours.
We hope you will join us as we explore the fascinating Revolutionary War past of this historically rich and visually stunning area. Please visit our Champlain Valley tour page.
On September 11, 1777, George Washington’s Continental Army confidently awaited a frontal attack by the British along the banks of picturesque Brandywine Creek. Unfortunately for the Americans, Sir William Howe had other plans. What followed was the largest single-day battle of the Revolution, described by one participant as “the most terrible fire ever heard in America.” Come explore this complex and hard-fought battle in a beautiful corner of Pennsylvania.
Our tour is approximately 4 hours and encompasses the sprawling battlefield, much of which is today in private hands. Brandywine is an on-request private tour for individuals and small and large groups. Please contact us for scheduling and prices.