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29 Day Autumn in New England

Sep 15, 2023 - Oct 13, 2023

  • 28 nights (camping)
  • | 61 meals & events
  • | 815 driving miles
  • | 91 avg daily miles

Tour Overview & Route

Revel in this medley of fall brilliance as it splashes the New England countryside! We’ll tour and sample some of New England’s finest treasures – from Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream to Morse Farms Maple Works. Crossing New York State will take us to the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame and the Corning Glass Museum. This astonishing vacation through rolling hills, quaint towns and serene landscapes culminate in the cascading beauty of Niagara Falls.

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Tour Features & Itinerary

  • Orientation & Get Acquainted Social – meet your Ambassadors and fellow guests
  • Welcome Dinner at Local Restaurant
  • Kennebunkport Trolley Tour – a narrated sightseeing tour showcasing the area's history including President Bush’s Estate, Franciscan Monastery, Spouting Rock, Blowing Cave & more
  • Scenic Cruise in a Lobster Boat – enjoy the sights from the water and see how Maine lobsters are caught
  • Portsmouth Private Motorcoach Tour – see the Nubble Lighthouse and visit the Strawberry Banke Museum to see historic houses, traditional craft demonstrations & engage with costumed roleplayers

  • Castle in the Clouds – tour the 1913 mountaintop mansion with spectacular views of Lake Winnipesaukee & the Ossipee Mountains
  • Scenic Kancamagus Byway Motorcoach Tour – travel through the heart of the White Mountains and see Crawford Notch, Silver Cascade, the Flume Gorge & Mt. Washington Hotel
  • Mt. Washington Cog Railway – ride the world’s first mountain climbing cog railway to the highest mountain peak in the Northeast
  • Lunch on the Cog Railway
  • Historic Albany Covered Bridge – surrounded by the scenic White Mountains, visit one of the most photographed covered bridges in New Hampshire

  • Canterbury Shaker Village Guided Tour – explore the buildings & grounds of the Shakers, while learning the history of their communities
  • Lake Winnipesaukee Scenic Cruise – enjoy a buffet lunch on New Hampshire’s largest lake with magnificent mountain views

  • Quechee Gorge – visit “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon” and overlook the 165 ft.-deep river gorge from the bridge
  • OPTIONAL: King Arthur Baking Company – visit the flagship store and cafe
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation to Activities
  • Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site Tour – visit the childhood home of the 30th President of the United States
  • Local Lunch
  • Simon Pearce Glassware – watch glassblowing demonstrations & shop at the flagship location

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation to Activities
  • Morse Farm Maple Sugar Works – visit Vermont’s oldest maple farm and tour the sugar house, sample fresh product & explore the farm life museum
  • Vermont State House – explore Vermont’s state capitol building in Montpelier
  • Lunch at Local Restaurant
  • Rock of Ages Granite Quarry Tour – at 600 ft. deep, this is the largest operating deep-hole, dimension granite quarry in the world
  • Hope Cemetery Tour – known for exquisite granite craftsmanship on its memorials & tombstones in the “Granite Capital of the World”
  • Cold Hollow Cider Mill Tour – see how cider is made and sample fresh apple cider
  • Trapp Family Lodge Tour & Lunch – learn about the von Trapp family history & explore the Austrian-inspired resort
  • Campground Ice Cream Social

  • Shelburne Museum – features over 150,000 works of art, design & Americana
  • Lake Champlain – a natural freshwater lake surrounded by the Green Mountains & the Adirondack Mountains

  • EN ROUTE: Fort Ticonderoga – the site of historic battles during the French and Indian War & the American Revolutionary War
  • EN ROUTE OPTIONAL: Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
  • Campground Cookout – food, fun and friends!
  • Adirondacks Guided Private Motorcoach Tour – travel through the pristine forests and see mountain summits & beautiful lakes
  • Adirondack Experience: Museum on Blue Mountain Lake – tells the story of the region’s past, present & future
  • Great Camp Sagamore Tour – a National Historic Landmark that served as a wilderness retreat for the Vanderbilts
  • Dinner Cruise on Raquette Lake – enjoy a buffet dinner on the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks

  • National Baseball Hall of Fame – a history museum and hall of fame for baseball in the United States
  • Farmers' Museum – a living history museum that re-creates 19th-century rural life
  • Fenimore Art Museum Tour – featuring collections of American fine art, James Fenimore Cooper memorabilia & historic photographs
  • Dinner at Otesaga Inn – a historic grand resort with stunning views of Otsego Lake

  • Catered Campground Meal – food, fun and friends!
  • Corning Museum of Glass – explore the world’s largest space dedicated to the art, history & science of glass, plus you can even sign up for a glassmaking class!
  • Lunch at Corning Museum of Glass
  • Pleasant Valley Winery Tour & Tasting – tour the oldest winery in the Finger Lakes region
  • Glenn Curtiss Aviation Museum – tour a priceless collection of vintage aircraft, automobiles & motorcycles

  • Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory – step inside a glass-enclosed conservatory with over 2,000 vibrant butterflies, lush vegetation & trickling waterfalls
  • Lunch atop Skylon Tower – a revolving restaurant that offers 360-degree sweeping views of Niagara Falls
  • Visit Niagara-on-the-Lake – a quaint town on the shores of Lake Ontario with historic sites, shops & galleries
  • Niagara's Floral Clock – see the famous 40 ft. clock made of over 16,000 plants & colorful annuals
  • Whirlpool Aero Cable Car Ride – ride across the Niagara Gorge on the historic aero car over the teal waters of the Niagara Whirlpool
  • Hornblower Boat Tour of Niagara Falls – enjoy spectacular views of the Niagara Gorge, American Falls & Bridal Veil Falls, then come face-to-face with the famous Canadian Horseshoe Falls
  • Journey Behind the Falls – descend 125 ft. and explore historic tunnels before arriving at the observation deck at the base of Horseshoe Falls… the view doesn’t get better than this!
  • Farewell Dinner at Local Restaurant
  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast – grab some food and coffee before we part ways