Are you looking for the most popular, East Coast bus tours available? E-World Tours’ East Coast Deluxe Tour is the only bus tour that will visit the four major cities of the East Coast: Boston, New York City, Niagara Falls, and Washington D.C. If you want to step inside the fast-paced concrete jungles of the East Coast and experience the true hustle and bustle of an “Empire state of mind,” this 4-day tour has got you covered and more.
Departing from Washington DC, this tour starts with a visit to the Corning Museum of Glass in New York. As its name suggests, this museum is all about showcasing glass and its rich 3,500-year history. From there you’ll make your way to Niagara Falls to enjoy the popular Maid of the Mist and Spirit of the Mist. The Maid of the Mist ride is as close as you’ll ever come to the Niagara Falls while the Spirit of the Mist show features riveting Native American performances.
Other tourist attractions you’ll be given the chance to visit in the area is Goat Island where scenic views of the iconic Canadian Horseshoe Fall, American Falls, and Bridal Vile Falls await. Don’t forget to take a selfie—you might be left stunned by these magnificent bodies of water.
Back in Boston, it’s time to visit Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, two of the country’s best academic institutions that consistently place at the top of world rankings. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll around Harvard Square, Trinity Church, and John Hancock Tower, the tallest building in the New England District, and shop for souvenirs and gifts at the famous Quincy Market.
Finally, it’s time to get to business in New York, and pay a visit to the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street. There you can rub the Charging Bull Statue for luck as you imagine building your business empire. You’ll also be treated with stops at the New World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, and the UN Headquarters Building, as well as Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and the Museum of Modern Art or MOMA Museum, currently home to more than 200,000 works of modern and contemporary art.