DURATION: September 24-October 5, 2022 | 12 Days
DEPARTING: Lincoln, NE | Omaha, NE | Avoca, IA | W Des Moines, IA | Coralville, IA
PRICE: $1999/person Double Occupancy | 2499/person Single Occupancy | $75/person Deposit
PRICE INCLUDES: 11 nights of comfortable lodging & luggage handling, 18 Meals (11 breakfasts, 7 lunch/dinner), All admissions, Deluxe motorcoach, Tour coordinator, Onboard entertainment



 Niagara Falls in her illuminated glory! Watch as the falls change colors. During the day, explore the falls up close and personal as you cruise on the Maid of the Mist.
It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock & roll, and you’ll start at level 0 in the main hall of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
On Blue Mountain Lake, New York, explore the Adirondack Experience Museum.
In Vermont, browse the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, a mixture of science, history, and planetarium. Wonder what it takes for maple syrup to get to your table? Find out at Maple Grove Farm. We’ll also celebrate the fall at Cold Hollow Cider.
No trip to Vermont, the Freedom & Unity State, would be complete without a scenic drive through the tree-covered hills!
A step-on guide will regale you with stories about the Kancamagus Highway running through the White Mountains in New Hampshire. Then you will see the breathtaking views ascending 1.3 miles up in a gondola.
In Maine, we will tour the First Families Kennebunkport Museum, with Bush family memorabilia, and you will have free time to explore the coastal town.
We’re going to have a party in Boston, home of the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Tour the city on both a step-on guided tour and a historic harbor cruise. Spend free time at Faneuil Hall on the Freedom Trail and Quincy Market.
A guided tour of Plymouth, Massachusetts. Known as the America’s Hometown, it was founded in 1620 by the Mayflower Pilgrims. Tour the Mayflower II, a full-scale reproduction of the ship; see national monuments to the Forefathers; visit the Jenney Museum; and drop in for an authentic Thanksgiving turkey dinner at Plimoth Plantation, a replica of the original colony.
See how the other 1% lived as you tour through the Rhode Island cliffside mansion, now Rough Point Museum, built for Frederick William Vanderbilt. Also see the Newport Mansion and tour The Breakers.
On the guided tour of NYC, see the 9/11 Memorial, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty.
In Dover, Ohio, a successful local businessman, Jeremiah Reeves, renovated a farmhouse, added 17 rooms and a lovely porch, and today it is called The Reeves Victorian Mansion.
Enjoy the tour!