This is our Historical Trip and we're starting with washington dc

Ford's Theater is where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by James Will Cocks.

Finally its time to go to the US capitol. The US capitol is where our Congress meets and makes our laws.

In Tudors Place there are many historical collectibles, and furniture.This historic 1816 home features a huge collection of items from the 1700s-2000s plus hourly tours.

Now we're going to New York !!!

2007: The Empire State Building is ranked number one on the list of America’s Favorite Architecture by the American Institute of Architects.

Once a Revolutionary War battlefield this prowling 478 acre cemetery is home to notable figures.Green-Wood and its wealth of trees, lakes, birds, sculpture and architecture, is also a springboard for learning at all academic levels, including professional development and tours for special interest groups.

Fort Montgomery is the name of a fortification built in 1776 by the continental army on west bank of the Hudson river during the Revolutionary War.

Now its time to go to Boston

Fifty years after the battle of Marquise De Lafayette set the cornerstone of what would be a come lasting monument and tribute to the memory of Battle of Bunker Hill.

The Freedom Trail is where you can explore museums, meeting houses, and churches. You learn about the brave people who shaped our nation. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston, where every step tells a story.

Built in 1723, Christ Church in the City of Boston, known to all as the Old North Church, is Boston’s oldest surviving church building and most visited historical site. A long time ago the King gave the Old North its silver that was used at services and a bible.

We hope you enjoyed our historical vacation

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