See the movie Monumental and then experience it firsthand on a Monumental Tour. American Christian Tours (ACT) is working with Dr. Marshall Foster in creating a number of tours in conjunction with the movie Monumental. For information please contact the ACT office at 800.222.2001 and speak with Sheila Hunt. See below for tour schedules and dates.

Monumental Tours

2013 TOUR
Tour Code: T133001A (4/2/2013 - 4/9/2013)
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 (Dinner included)
Welcome to Boston! One of America’s oldest cities called the “City on a Hill”.
Depart for Plymouth! The Providential landing here in December 1620 ignited the Holy Cause of Liberty in America.
Welcome Dinner Get to know your fellow travelers as we begin our life-changing Monumental pilgrimage together.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 (Breakfast and Dinner included)
Plymouth Walking Tour Walk historic Plymouth's oldest streets and the site of the original Plimoth Colony.
Burial Hill Overlooking Plymouth Harbor, we pay tribute to the site where passengers from the Mayflower are believed to have been buried.
Jenney Grist Mill Discover how capitalism began in America as we learn about the development of this amazing 17th Century machine.
Mayflower II Imagine the journey of more than eight weeks on this small vessel filled with 102 men, women, and children seeking religious freedom.
Plymouth Rock “We have come to this Rock, to record here our homage for our Pilgrim Fathers...our gratitude for their labours...” Daniel Webster 1820
Pilgrim Hall Museum William Bradford’s Bible, one of the many treasures that tell the story of the brave men and women who built their lives here in the New World.
Plymouth Plantation History comes to life as engaging townspeople describe life in this re-created 1627 farming and maritime community built by the Pilgrims.
Thursday, April 4, 2013 (Breakfast and Dinner included)
Forefathers Statue We honor the vision and legacy of our Pilgrim Forefathers as we study the symbols of this ‘recipe of freedom’ we have inherited in America.
Depart for Boston! A beautiful city playing host to extensive history and more.
Boston Freedom Trail A red line on the streets of Boston connecting the most famous historical sites.
Old South Meeting House Reenact the event that sparked the Boston Tea Party of 1773.
Old State House Outside the doors of Boston’s oldest public building is where the Boston Massacre began in 1770.
Paul Revere’s House Home of famous patriot who in 1775 warned “the British are coming".
Old North Church This church became famous when lanterns were hung warning of the advancing British.
USS Constitution We learn more about “Old Ironsides” and her involvement in the War of 1812.
Bunker Hill Marking the site of a battle made famous by the cry, “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes!”
Friday, April 5, 2013 (Breakfast and Dinner included)
Lexington & Concord The first shots of the Revolution were heard in these towns after Revere's Ride.
Harvard Yard Stroll through the oldest part of the campus located at the center of Harvard University.
Depart for New York City! Our exciting destination...“The Big Apple”!
Top of the Rock An experience at Rockefeller Center with the best views of NYC from 70 stories high!
Saturday, April 6, 2013 (Breakfast and Dinner included)
City Sightseeing Cruises This narrated harbor cruise on Hudson & East Rivers highlights “Lady Liberty” & more.
Tribute WTC Visitor Center We honor those that were lost through personal stories, images, and artifacts.
9/11 Memorial Built to bring hope and renewal as we remember and reflect on the events of 9/11.
Wall Street Walk along the world’s premiere financial center, once site of a 1620s Dutch wall.
Federal Hall Visit the Birthplace of American Government.
Trinity Church Originally built in 1698, Alexander Hamilton and William Bradford are buried here.
Broadway Performance Lights! Watch a live theater production in America's premiere theater district.
Sunday, April 7, 2013 (Breakfast and Dinner included)
Depart for Washington, D.C.! Monuments, memorials and historic buildings await us in this historic city!
Mount Vernon Visit George Washington's mansion and tomb on the banks of the scenic Potomac River.
My Husband, The General by Lady Washington Stories of our nation’s first First Family.
Monday, April 8, 2013 (Breakfast and Dinner included)
Iwo Jima Memorial The famous Marine Corps flag-raising depicted in a 78 foot high bronze sculpture.
Arlington National Cemetery Tomb of Unknowns and Kennedy family graves are on its hallowed hills.
World War II Memorial The first national memorial dedicated to all who served during World War II.
Vietnam Memorial Like a scar in the earth, with over 58,000 names, this black wall reminds us of pain.
Lincoln Memorial Stand between the temple columns where the memory of Lincoln is forever enshrined.
Korean Memorial A stirring outdoor memorial to the veterans of this "forgotten war" of 1950-53.
U.S. Capitol Evening Tour You’ll see the Capitol Dome and the Halls of Congress in a very personal way on this special evening tour.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 (Breakfast included)
United States Supreme Court This marble building houses the highest court in the land.
Library of Congress As the world's largest library, it was designed to be used only by the U.S. Congress.
Washington Monument Over 55 stories tall, this tribute to George Washington towers over the federal city.
Depart for Airport Time to head home after an exciting journey!