Congratulations on these acceptances. I wouldn't put any weight on 'branding'. Both have excellent reputations and regularly train top tier scholars. You own output will be far more important than the name brand (among these two). I probably wouldn't put too much weight on funding either. You could ask current students at each school whether they feel they have sufficient resources for data and travel to get a sense of whether this matters to them. I'd be surprised if it does.
Main thing to ask on visit day is whether students are happy there. What they like about the program. Anything they don't like. Anything they know now that would have been useful when making a decision? Which professors are most accessible? Any professors that students avoid or that doesn't work with graduate students?
I would focus on picking the program that has a larger group of students and faculty working in your area of interest, who get good jobs, and that students seem happy.