Discover Capital Region
Beyond Washington, the states of Pennsylvania and Virginia are great for touring. The scenery is ever changing and you will find a host of historic towns and cities to be explored. Popular amongst these are:
Gettysburg – the site of one of the bloodiest battle in the American Civil War. Here you can visit the battle fields and learn about life as a Civil War Soldier.
Lancaster – a city at the heart of Amish country, where visitors can learn about the ways of the Amish and experience first hand how they live today.
Charlottesville – ranked as one of the best cities to live in the USA, Charlottesville is home to the University of Virginia and acts as a gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Colonial Williamsburg – a historic town, once capital of Virginia, boasting a full living museum that depicts life in colonial times.
Philadelphia – Pennsylvania’s largest city, ‘Philly’ is home to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution was signed.
The best way to explore America’s Capital region is on a self drive, starting in Washington DC or Philadelphia.
You can also travel through the area on a longer journey from New York in the north or even Florida and Atlanta in the South. Ask your Freedom expert to suggest a route for you.