Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Restoring the Covenant Tour has been canceled. You can reach us at support@restorethecovenant.com if you have any questions. Thank you!​

Exclusive 7-day Train Tour with Glenn Beck!

June 29 - July 5, 2020

Join Glenn Beck, Tim Ballard, and David Barton on our exclusive tour learning about and visiting some of our nation’s historically significant sites in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Gettysburg, and Washington DC.

Limited Space -- Only 200 Guests 

Glenn’s Restoring the Covenant Tour

To the Sacred Ground of Gettysburg on July 4th.

While the large event previously planned on July 4 has been canceled, you’ll have a smaller, more exclusive experience with Glenn and the other special hosts. It’s an elite and once-in-a-lifetime tour to gain greater insight and appreciation for the spiritual foundations upon which our country’s forefathers established this nation, under God.












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  • Exclusive 7-day, 6-night tour and train package with Glenn Beck, David Barton and Tim Ballard and other guests

  • All hotels and meals during the tour as listed

  • All accommodations and transportation tips and fees

  • All tours, trains, buses, guides, and entrance fees in Boston, NYC, Philadelphia, Gettysburg, and Washington DC

  • 4th of July evening in Washington DC

  • Exclusive dinners with Glenn Beck, David Barton and Tim Ballard and other guests

  • Access to watch and listen to Glenn Beck’s daily radio program in person



Monday 29, June 2020

  • Meet at the Hotel Hilton at Boston Logan Airport

Tuesday 30, June 2020

  • Tour Plimoth Plantation with Tim Ballard and David Barton

  • Lunch at the plantation with Glenn Beck

  • Train to NYC

  • Renaissance Midtown Hotel at Penn Station*

  • Dinner at the hotel

  • Free time

Wednesday 1, July 2020

  • Live radio show with Glenn Beck

  • Lunch on the Street

  • Visit Federal Hall and St. Paul's Chapel and 9.11 Memorial

  • Train to Philadelphia

  • Hilton Hotel at Penn's Landing*

  • Dinner at the hotel

  • Free time

Thursday 2, July 2020

  • Live radio show with Glenn Beck

  • Visit Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell

  • Lunch at Reading Terminal Market

  • Visit George Washington's Masonic Temple

  • Hilton Hotel at Penn's Landing*

  • Dinner at the hotel

  • Free time

Friday 3, July 2020

  • Live radio show with Glenn Beck

  • Bus to Gettysburg

  • Lunch 

  • Gettysburg battlefield tours

  • Special gala dinner with Glenn Beck and guest hosts

  • Transfer to the Wyndham Hotel*

Saturday 4, July 2020

  • Breakfast at the hotel

  • A sacred visit to the Gettysburg battlefield with Glenn

  • Bus to Washington, D.C.

  • National Mall for July 4 celebration

  • Transfer to hotel*

Sunday 5, July 2020

  • Breakfast at the hotel

  • Transfer to Washington DC National Airport



Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, Massachusetts

You will be transported back into the 17th century at this living history museum. Here you will experience a replication of the original settlement of the Plymouth Colony by the English colonists who became known as the Pilgrims. You will learn from our own historical experts on tour with us and also interact with “historical interpreters” at Plimoth who will share “first-person” about their new life after seeking religious freedom in America.


Federal Hall, New York City

Here on Wall Street, George Washington took the oath of office as the first President of the United States. New York City was our nation’s first capital and this location was home to the first Congress, Supreme Court, and Executive Branch offices. Here you will learn of the deep spiritual and historical connections that took place as Washington, people of the city and the nation gathered in the streets and in their churches to dedicate the nation unto God.


St Paul's Chapel, New York City

Built in 1766, it is the oldest surviving church building in Manhattan. Here George Washington, along with members of the United States Congress, worshipped on Washington’s Inauguration Day, April 30, 1789. Following the September 11, 2011 attacks, St. Paul's Chapel served as a place of rest and refuge for recovery workers at the nearby World Trade Center site.

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9.11 Memorial


Located at the World Trade Center site, this memorial tells the story of the 9/11 attacks and the impact of terrorism in the world. It pays tribute to victims, survivors, and families through stories, media, and special tributes.


Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia

Considered our nation’s family home, Independence Hall is where the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. You will witness Independence Hall’s significance and learn about the spiritual connections that helped our forefathers create our nation’s founding documents. The nearby Liberty Bell and museums pay tribute to freedom, and the Revolutionary leaders, including George Washington, Benjamin Franklin.


Gettysburg National Park, Pennsylvania

Recognized for the site of a turning point in the Civil War, Gettysburg includes the national battlefield, a museum and visitor center with Civil War artifacts, and the Gettysburg National Cemetery. At a site memorial here, you will learn more about Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Gettysburg Address.




Glenn Beck

With his quick wit and fabulous sense of humor, Glenn Beck is one of those magnetic personalities who can’t help but draw people toward him. Beck’s ability to open up and share himself with his audience -- whether it’s his views on current world issues or his feelings about fatherhood and growing older – sets him apart from other on air personalities. Relatable, personal, genuine and real, his listeners often describe him as a close friend.


David Barton

David Barton is the Founder and President of WallBuilders, a national pro-family organization that presents America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious and constitutional heritage. David is the author of numerous best-selling books, with the subjects being drawn largely from his massive library of tens of thousands of original writings from the Founding Era.


Tim Ballard

Tim Ballard is the best-selling author of six books, including Slave Stealers: True Accounts of Slave Rescues-Then and Now, as well as The Covenant: One Nation Under God and The Covenant, Lincoln, and The War. He is the founder of Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.), an organization dedicated to stopping child sex trafficking. He spent over a decade working as a Special Agent for the Department of Homeland Security where he was assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.


The Mayflower Compact

Four hundred years ago, early settlers arrived in America. One of their first acts was to make a covenant with God. 

The concept of a covenant is an ancient one and was well understood in that day, especially by the Pilgrims, who devoutly studied the Bible. Covenants are mentioned more than a thousand times in the Scriptures, and dozens of early American founding documents were constructed as covenants.

In its simplest form, a covenant is a solemn agreement between two parties. Early Americans wanted God’s blessings on the nation, but knew that they also had to do their part—they had to live their lives in a manner that God could bless. 

On this basis, 400 years ago the Pilgrims penned and signed the Mayflower Compact—the first civil document ever written in America. Covenanting themselves together, under God, they created self-government, pledging to live their lives and operate their communities by His standards.

Over the next two-and-a-half centuries, Americans faithfully renewed the country’s covenant with God. Both Washington and Lincoln referred to covenants made by earlier generations and then recommitted themselves to those standards. It’s time for this generation to do the same. And that’s what we plan to do 4th of July in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.


Old North Bridge

Where the first British soldiers fell in the battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775


Monument at Old North Bridge

The monument at the Old North Bridge commemorates the first battle of the Revolutionary War that took place here on April 19, 1775


Replica Pilgrim House and Garden at Plimoth Plantation

The Plimoth Plantation provides a glimpse into the past showing how the cottages and surrounding areas may have been landscaped and used to grow food and take care of other necessities.

*Hotels, tours, meals, sessions and other package details are intended to be used; however they are subject to change based on availability. If a change becomes necessary for any reason, the alternative option will be of equivalent quality and value, when available, to those shown. No refunds are provided for package changes; the listed cancellation policy applies.

Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Gettysburg, Washington DC 

June 29 - July 5, 2020