Vacation to English's Colonies

In America

Were to go!

  • Bunker Hill Monument
    The Bunker Hill Monument commemorates the first major battle of the American Revolution in 1775 and is one of the most important American Revolution historicalsites.
  • Cliveden House
    Cliveden House is an eighteenth century historic home in Philadelphia and the site of a Revolutionary War battle.
  • Colonial National Park
    English Colonial America started and ended in the area now known as Colonial National Park.
  • Faneuil Hall
    Faneuil Hall, known as the Cradle of Liberty, was the scene of protests leading up to the American War of Independence.
  • Fort Hamilton
    Fort Hamilton is a Third System Fort, a US military base and home to the Harbor Defense Museum.
  • Fraunces Tavern
    Fraunces Tavern is a museum of colonial, revolutionary and early Republic US history.
  • Granary Burial Ground
    Granary Burial Ground is a graveyard founded in the 17th century and where many famous Americans are buried.
  • Historic Jamestowne
    Historic Jamestowne was the location of the first successful English colony in America in 1607.
  • HMS Victory
    HMS Victory was Vice Admiral Lord Nelson’s flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar and the site where this heroic figure died.
  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia
    Independence Hall is the site where the The Declaration of Independence (1776) and the Constitution of the United States (1787) were both signed.
  • Independence Hall - Philadelphia
    Independence Hall is the site where the The Declaration of Independence (1776) and the Constitution of the United States (1787) were both signed.
  • Independence National Historical Park
    Independence Hall is the site where the The Declaration of Independence (1776) and the Constitution of the United States (1787) were both signed.
  • Minute Man National Historical Park
    Minute Man National Historical Park is the home of the first battle of the American Revolution.
  • Old North Church - Boston
    Old North Church played a vital role in igniting the American Revolution and is part ofthe Freedom Trail.
  • Old South Meeting House - Boston
    Old South Meeting House was an important 18th century meeting place and the site where the Boston Tea Party began.
  • Old State House - Boston
    The Old State House in Boston played an important role in the American Revolution and was where the Declaration of Independence was proclaimed.
  • Paul Revere House
    Paul Revere House was the Boston home of Paul Revere, a silversmith who played a vital role in the American Revolution.
  • The Freedom Trail
    The Freedom Trail is a tour through Boston’s historical sites relating to the American Revolution.
  • Yorktown Battlefield
    Yorktown Battlefield is the site of the final major battle of the American Revolution.
  • Information from http://www.historvius.com/american-revolution-sites/pe101