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New England and Cape Cod

New England and Cape Cod

$2640 / per person
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Enjoy the East Coast in all of its splendor. From Niagara Falls to Cape Cod to the Poconos, discover the treasures of the east. Enjoy a traditional lobster dinner as well.


September 30 – October 9, 2022

10 Days


Double: $2,640

Single: $3,740


12 Meals

Niagara Falls, New York

Niagara State Park

Illumination of the Falls

Fort William Henry Museum

Green Mountains

Vermont Teddy Bear Factory

Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks

White Mountains

Mount Washington Lunch Cruise

Kennebunkport, Maine


Cape Cod

Plymouth Rock

Mayflower II

Cape Cod Maritime Museum

JFK Hyannis Museum

Hyannis Harbor Cruise

Newport’s The Breakers Mansion

Pocono Mountains

High Activity Level

Reservation Info

Motor coach tour deposit due at time of booking: $50 per person. Cancellations from booking date to 45 days before departure result in $25 per person fee, cancellation less than 45 days result in $500 per person fee.

Departure Info

Departing from: Marion, Mt. Vernon, Nashville, Fairview Heights, South County,  Pontoon Beach, Litchfield, Springfield, Decatur, Champaign, Cape Girardeau, Evansville

Tour Plan


Days 1 and 2 | Columbus - Niagara Falls

We head into Ohio for the night. On Day 2 we travel to Niagara Falls, New York. Upon arrival, we board our trolley for a narrated tour of America's Niagara State Park. Optional sightseeing might include Maid of the Mist boat ride, Observation Tower, Aquarium of Niagara, Cave of the Winds or the Discovery Center. (Day 2 - B)


Day 3 | New York-Vermont

After breakfast, we head east through New York. This afternoon, we arrive in Lake George, NY and visit Fort William Henry. Our uniformed guide will demonstrate musket loading and firing, a cannon firing demonstration and we will have a self-guided tour of the museum and exhibits. Later we travel to our overnight in Rutland, VT. (B)


Day 4 | Vermont-New Hampshire

This morning we visit the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory before learning how Maple Syrup is made at Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks. We'll have lunch in the Capitol building in Montpelier before we continue on through Vermont into New Hampshire.  We travel though the White Mountains to overnight in Tilton, NH.  (B,L)


Day 5 | Maine

A brief drive brings us to Weirs Beach, where we board the Mount Washington for a 2-hour luncheon cruise on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. Our next stop is the resort town of Kennebunkport. Visit Dock Square with restored houses, boutiques, shops, eateries and galleries. We will overnight in Ogunquit, Maine. (B,L)


Day 6 | Boston

A local guide provides a look at historic Boston. We'll see the Boston Common, the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Old North Church, and Old Ironsides, the USS Constitution. (B)


Day 7 | Hyannis

We follow the Atlantic Coast down to Plymouth Rock. We visit the newly restored Mayflower II. On to Cape Cod, and the Cape Cod Maritime Museum. After lunch, our local guide will introduce us to a land of sunny beaches, marshlands, dunes, craggy coasts and quaint fishing villages. We visit the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. On our Hyannis Harbor Cruise, you can relax and enjoy the views as your guide explains the various points of interest, including aspects of the local maritime industry and the people who established the waterfront community. While on the East Coast, a good lobster dinner is a must. So, that's just what we're going to have. You are in for a treat tonight! (B,D)


Day 8 | Newport-Pennsylvania

Today, we visit Newport, Rhode Island and tour Cornelius Vanderbilt's summer cottage, The Breakers. The 70-room mansion is considered to be the most elaborate of all the Newport homes. We head inland this afternoon into the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Our home for the night is in Wilkes-Barre. (B)


Days 9-10 | Columbus-Return Home

It’s a scenic mountain drive through northern Pennsylvania Dutch country. On Day 10, we sit back, relax and enjoy the trip home.(Day 9 - B / Day 10 - B)