Climb aboard New England’s historic trains and discover amazing scenery as you travel through the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Cape Cod. This grand adventure features five scenic train rides including the Mount Washington Cog Railway, the world’s oldest mountain-climbing railroad. This tour also includes tours of the Breakers and Rosecliff Mansions as well as time to explore Nantucket’s historic lighthouses and cobblestone streets.
Here, we have used a children’s book for an excuse to see the fabric arts of Northern Vermont. The book’s story is about an Orphan Lamb and her adventures with friends. The tour is all about your adventure and discovery with friends in the remote Islands of Lake Champlain.
Featuring the Norman Rockell Museum for a glass of wine and a palette of color, it’s an event for the artist or enthusiast. This docent tour and painting class is but one of the pleasures on this beautiful Berkshire’s tour. For the discerning traveler with a sense of humor we include gourmet meals and historic lodging, it’s a delightful and sophisticated getaway.
This exciting tour includes Train & Trolley ours, scenic mountain roads and attractions that are “Only in New England.” You’ll see the most beautiful regions of our Northern States including the Rocky Coast of Maine, White Mountains of New Hampshire, Green Mountains, the Dunes of Cape Cod, You’ll learn of Cranberry Bogs and Clam Bakes, and meet Americans who have a distinct accent.
Acadia is the oldest National Park east of the Mississippi River and was discovered by Samuel de Champlain in 1604. Learn of John D. Rockefeller’s instrumental role in the Park’s development, listen to tales of the Wabanaki people, the island’s original habitats, and discover why this Park has become one of the most sought-after destinations in the United States.
The late great Julia Child knew what a culinary gem Rhode Island was, as she was regularly seen dining in Al Forno one of Providence’s finest eateries. You’ll dine here too, and you also visit “the Smithsonian of the Food Service Industry: the Culinary Archives and Museum at Johnson and Wales University. It is chock full of history and nostalgia. This package is loaded with hands-on experiences in this package. Won’t you please step up to the table?
Come to Vermont and take home memories wrapped in the warmth of our Currier & Ives Holiday. You will appreciate the simplicity of a hand-made evergreen wreath decorating a barn door; hear the jingle of bells as your team of horses and fellow carolers cruise through the woods; make your own candy cake and savor the sweet rewards.
Vermont is home to some of the oldest and most quaint Country Stores, and has the one town with more covered bridges than anyone else in America. In fact, Vermont has the highest number of covered bridges (104). Join us as we travel Vermont’s country roads to explore these fascinating and historic landmarks. You’ll find of shopping for Yankee Bargains, travels that are sweetened by Vermont maple syrup and accommodations in a beautiful Country Inn.
Climb aboard for a New England adventure with three scenic train rides and five different boat rides. Weave your way through the history of both the American Revolution and the Industrial Revolution as you circle from Boston to Portsmouth, Portland to Freeport, the Lakes of New Hampshire and Lake Champlain in Vermont. This grand adventure crosses both The Green Mountains of Vermont and The White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Discover the unique landscapes and flavors of the northern States: New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Stroll through quaint New England villages and farms, enjoy coastal cruising and clambakes, hike gentle mountain trails and sample traditional New England fare served at unique and historic restaurants. This immersive trip into the culture of the region is a journey on which you experience what you see.