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This tour was absolutely great value for money. It was a busy day with a fair bit of bus travel involved but very worthwhile. The tour guide was really knowledgeable and managed the trip well. The trip to Philadelphia was really interesting and worthwhile but the highlight was the trip to Lancaster County for the Amish experience. The Amish we met were very welcoming and happy to talk about their lifestyle. I was a bit worried beforehand that we might be intruding but we were not made to feel like that at all. I would highly recommend this trip.
This trip was dynamite and the tour guide was very knowledgeable - we would definitely recommend it to all.
A very good tour, something different from NYC. Highlights were the Rocky steps in Philly and seeing first hand the Amish way of life. Guides were very informative.
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Philadelphia was great, especially the old historic parts and Liberty Bell museum.
The Rocky steps offered a great view of the city.
The Amish trip was sensational. The Kitchen Kettle Village was fantastic - great food.
Perfect day tour and guide. We packed so much into one day. All the best sights in phili and the Amish tour was memorable. Would highly recommend!
Great day out. Beautiful countryside and really enjoyed the Amish part of the tour. Highly recommend this tour.
Our driver and guide Dan were informative and good companions for the day of refreshing our knowledge on Philadelphia,the original 13 states ,Benjamin Franklin and the founding history of the USA.The Liberty Bell history was significent and very enlightening,a great experience for our bus load of passengers.
The Amish experience was very informative and our conclusion was that they have a lot to show us and that they are doing very nicely separated from mainstream USA.
A great, full day out that exceeded expectations. Knowledgeable guide with information given in a relaxed and sometimes humorous way that kept our attention. Very well organised, enjoyed the variety and the buggy ride in the Amish community was great. home made pretzels and root beer or lemonade available to buy ($3) during the ride. Good lunch stop at the Amish village. A longish day but would recommend this trip as a great way to see Philly and the Liberty Bell, Benjamen Franklins house etc. take a day out and do this trip.
A wonderful day trip. The trip included a lot of history in Philadelphia, Harvard University in Cambridge, and a wonderful horse-drawn wagon tour of a real Amish farm. The only disappointment was there was not an opportunity to purchase Amish products. The shopping area where we stopped had a lot of wonderful items to purchase, but almost none of them were crafted by the Amish.
This tour was one of the best I have ever done. This was largely helped by the fantastic tour guide Neina.
Excecllent guide... not so a high cultural level but it was not excepted.
Great time especially running up the stairs and doing the "Rocky" as i like to call it. Thoroughly enjoyed the this as well the short visit to the Amish country
Great tour - they had 7 different languages happening at the same time, pretty talented guides.
The buggy ride and meeting the amish was incredible - i would have extended my time with them and cut down on the shopping/history parts - but that's just me! Overall, it was a good balance.
Well worth it.
I loved this tour. We had a great tour guide and coach driver. Plenty of information provided. Amish country was fantastic, the whole lot was fantastic. A long day but made so much better by great weather, good air conditioning on the coach and so much information. Vicki
Philadelphia is the city where the American state started, so it's definitely worth visiting, as well as Amish country, because it's unbelievable that just a couple of hours from a bustling New York City you can see people living the 17th century life. The trip was well-organized: stops for meals, etc. I would definitely recommend it.
This was money well spent! We saw so much in just one day. Our tour guide was awesome she was informative and friendly. I would do this again!
The stops lasted anywhere from 10-15 min to an hour or longer. The time allotted was very appropriate for each place.
Be prepared to have to walk and be in the elements. This wasn't a problem for my family, but it's not mentioned in the description of the tour.
Thoroughly enjoyed this day...Stefano was a very attentive tour guide and Marcus (the driver) was brill...Thanks for a great day and to Ben also our Amish buggy driver xxx
Departed on time at 7am from the departure point (toilet facilities there and on the coach if required!) A 2.5 hour drive from NYC to Philly started with the Liberty Bell, then a tour of the former seat of congress including viewing documents of the constitution. Next stop the statue of "Rocky" and a jog up the steps!! Then it was on to Amish country and a trip in a horse drawn buggy round the countryside, stopping to chat with some of the locals, finally ending up at a market center for refreshments and souviners. All in all a great day out, really cool guide and skilled driver. Air Conned full size coach and got back to the original pick-up point (5 minutes from Times Square) about 6:30pm local. If you want a day out from the hustle of NYC and see a bit of the countryside, along with an American history lesson whilst gaining an understanding of the Amish then this is the tour for you.