AUTUMN RAILWAY TOUR IN NEW ENGLAND – 8 Days | September 26 & October 3

  • Winnipeg Departure

  • Double $2,179 USD
  • Single $2,499 USD
  • Triple $2,054 USD
8 Days | Sep 26
Your Package Includes: • Excursion aboard the Cape Cod Central Railroad • Vermont’s Green Mountain Flyer Scenic Railroad • Foliage viewing from the Conway Scenic Railroad • Hotel accommodations for 7 nights • Boston City Tour including the Freedom Trail • Plimoth Plantation • Hyannis Harbor Cruise past the shores of Cape Cod • Mystic Seaport • Tour of “The Breakers,” the Vanderbilt Mansion • Norman Rockwell Museum • Hildene, the Lincoln Family summer home • Drive the Kancamagus Scenic Byway through the heart of New Hampshire • Services of a professional Tour Manager • Hotels include the Boston Park Plaza (Boston), Holiday Inn Hyannis (Hyannis), The Tower Square Hotel (Springfield), Mount Snow Grand Summit Hotel (West Dover), Mountain Club on Loon (Lincoln)

Meals Include: • 10 Meals

DEPOSIT: $750.00 per person, plus optional travel insurance due at booking. Final payment due 90 days before departure date.

** To be converted to Canadian dollars at booking.

Early Booking Bonus applies before December 29th, 2017.

Immerse yourself in New England’s annual display of fall colors. Reds, oranges, yellows and more are on full display as you make your way into the heart of the fall splendor. Visit quaint New England towns and varying landscapes as you travel from the city of Boston to the shores of Cape Cod, to the heart of the shipbuilding past in Mystic, to the picturesque town of Stockbridge, MA, made famous by Norman Rockwell. You’ll experience the best of New England on this incredible journey.

DAY 1 BOSTON Arrive in Boston and transfer on your own to your hotel. The remainder of the day can be spent exploring the city, taking a trolley tour or just relaxing in your room. Meet your Tour Manager and fellow travelers in the lobby at 6:00 p.m. for a short meeting before heading out for dinner at your choice of local restaurants. Overnight Boston, MA

DAY 2 BOSTON/CAPE COD One of the most influential cities in America’s past, Boston is filled with historic sites and landmarks pivotal to America’s history. Walk along the streets of the “Cradle of Liberty” on this morning’s city tour, which highlights “Bean Town’s” best. After lunch at Quincy Market, begin your journey south. After lunch, step back in time at Plimoth Plantation. Hear the complex and interwoven stories of two distinct groups – the English and the Native as you explore 17th century Massachusetts. Your journey then continues to Cape Cod. Enjoy a lobster dinner tonight before returning to your hotel. Overnight Cape Cod, MA (B)

DAY 3 CAPE COD Today, learn more about one of America’s most beloved presidents at the JFK Hyannis Museum. Hear about JFK’s personal life, his life before the presidency and life as a member of Hyannis’ most prominent family. This afternoon, we’ll enjoy a cruise around Hyannis Harbor. Learn about the history of Hyannis and view local landmarks, including the Kennedy Compound in Hyannisport. Our day continues with a visit to the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, followed by free time in downtown Hyannis. Tonight, you will enjoy and unforgettable experience aboard the Cape Cod Central Railroad’s elegant dinner train. Overnight Cape Cod, MA (B, D)

DAY 4 NEWPORT/MYSTIC Today finds you traveling to Newport, RI, yachting capital of the world. A trip down Ocean Drive reveals the splendor of this playground of the rich and famous. Tour The Breakers, the grandest of Newport’s summer “cottages.” Built by Cornelius Vanderbilt in the late 1800’s, it stands as a symbol of the Vanderbilt family’s social and financial prominence during the turn of the century America. Our tour continues to Mystic, CT, home of the world’s largest maritime museum, Mystic Seaport. Founded in 1929, this prominent museum offers tall ships, a recreated 19th-century maritime village, and a preservation shipyard. Relax on the motorcoach as we make a short drive to Springfield, MA, our home for the night. The evening is yours to relax in your hotel room or to venture out to explore the city. Overnight Springfield, MA (B)

DAY 5 STOCKBRIDGE/MANCHESTER Today we journey to the Berkshires and Norman Rockwell’s hometown of Stockbridge, MA. Here we will take some time to enjoy and appreciate the work of this amazing artist at the Norman Rockwell Museum. The museum contains the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art, including his famous Saturday Evening Post covers.

After lunch, we take a short drive to Vermont and stop at the Apple Barn to explore the orchards and hear a bit about the apple industry in the state. We’ll take some time to shop in the store or enjoy a slice of apple pie a la mode and a nice cup of cider before continuing to Manchester.

This afternoon you’ll enjoy a visit to Hildene, the Lincoln Family’s summer home. Here, breathtaking gardens meet a well-preserved estate for a beautiful overall picture. You can also tour a Pullman car, the

Sunbeam, which was built in 1888. Now fully restored, this wooden Pullman car is an example of the finest travel luxury of its time. Afterward, we will make our way to our hotel for the evening. Overnight West Dover, VT (B, L)

DAY 6 CHESTER/MONTPELIER/LINCOLN This morning we’ll take a short drive to Chester, Vermont, where we will board the Green Mountain Flyer Fall Foliage Express Scenic Railroad. Sit back, relax and enjoy spectacular fall colors as we journey through southern Vermont. On our arrival back in Chester, you’ll have some time for lunch and a little exploring before we continue on our journey north. The afternoon finds us at the Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks in Montpelier. Here, you will learn about Vermont’s No. 1 export – Maple Syrup. Take some time to explore the farm and the maple products store before we make our way to New Hampshire for the night. Overnight Lincoln, NH (B)

DAY 7 CONWAY/LINCOLN Today begins with a beautiful drive through the White Mountains of New Hampshire on the way to North Conway. This morning, we will enjoy a ride on one of New England’s most iconic trains, the Conway Scenic Railroad. The carefully restored railcars provide a one-of-a-kind look at the dramatic fall colors in New England. We’ll take some time in North Conway to explore the quaint shops along Main Street before we continue with our fall foliage drive. This afternoon, we travel along the famed Kancamagus Highway – the top destination for leaf peeping in the United States. There will be plenty of stops for pictures along the way. Our fall foliage drive ends at Franconia Notch State Park before heading back to the hotel for dinner. Overnight Lincoln, NH (B, D)

DAY 8 END OF TOUR Our fall foliage journey concludes this morning. After breakfast, we will make our way back to Boston. Transfers to Boston Logan Airport and South Street Terminal for planes and trains departing after 1:00 p.m. (B)

  • Luxury Motorcoach
  • Quality Accommodations
  • Passport Required