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Welcome to “Beantown!” This evening, mingle with your traveling companions at 6 pm for a welcome drink. Your Tour Director will prepare you for your upcoming adventure.
This morning, venture out on a tour of Boston with a Local Guide. Focus on the city’s most prominent landmarks of the Freedom Trail. See Boston Common, the Old State House, the OLD NORTH CHURCH and Faneuil Hall. Also visit KING’S CHAPEL AND BURYING GROUND; founded in 1686 as the first Anglican Church in Puritan Boston and the final resting place of Pilgrim Mary Chilton, known as the first passenger to step ashore from the Mayflower. Later, board a harbor CRUISE that takes you to see the Bunker Hill Monument and the site of the Boston Tea Party. Balance of the day is at your leisure.
This morning, travel south to Duxbury, the historic village of many Mayflower passengers, and visit the ALDEN HOUSE HISTORIC SITE. Continue to LF FLAX POND FARMS, a working cranberry bog, and hear how this native fruit is harvested and processed. Then, in to the Hyannis area for a 5-night stay at a traditional beachfront resort. Tonight, enjoy a seafood dinner!
This morning, travel to Plymouth, where the Pilgrims founded the first permanent settlement in New England nearly 400 years ago. See famous Plymouth Rock and step aboard the MAYFLOWER II, a full-scale reproduction of the tall ship that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth Harbor in 1620, 400 years ago! Next, explore PLIMOTH PLANTATION and learn about the daily life of a Pilgrim. In a private PRESENTATION, learn the true story of the 1621, three-day celebration, now known as Thanksgiving. Then, enjoy a 17th-century LF WAMPANOAG FEAST, featuring fresh seasonal ingredients familiar to the Native American Wampanoag People. Free time in the afternoon to enjoy the EMBARKATION FESTIVAL, a grand cultural and arts festival that honors the traditions, cuisine, and music of the settlers and the Wampanoag people.
This morning, head to the harbor for your FERRY ride to Nantucket. Time for lunch and a stroll around Straight Wharf with its marinas, shops, and art galleries. Your guided tour spotlights the strong Quaker influence during the early days of settlement. Drive the narrow streets and admire charming Colonial-style houses and imposing mansions that reflect the prosperity of Nantucket’s whaling era. During your free time, visit the WHALING MUSEUM with its top-quality exhibitions and rooftop observation deck. Return to Hyannis and see the John F. Kennedy Memorial and St. Francis Xavier Church before reaching your hotel.
Drive the length of the peninsula’s arm to Provincetown. During your sightseeing tour, see the location of the Pilgrims’ First Landing and the signing of the Mayflower Compact in 1620. Free time later to explore this eccentric seaside village on your own. Why not visit the Provincetown Museum, Pilgrim Monument, or one of the many art galleries. Tonight, dinner is at a local restaurant.
Board the FERRY to Martha’s Vineyard and enjoy a guided tour that features Oak Bluffs with its Victorian “gingerbread” architecture. Spend some time in Edgartown, once an important shipping and whaling center. Check out the enticing village stores, take a walk along the ocean, and admire the elegant homes along the tree-lined streets. Return to your oceanfront resort where the remainder of the day is at your leisure.
This morning, head to Newport, an elegant yachting mecca on Narragansett Bay in the “Ocean State” of Rhode Island. Enjoy an orientation tour of Newport and see the first state house, the nation’s oldest synagogue, and the city’s oldest meeting house and library. Afterward, explore the extravagant lifestyle of a bygone era when visiting THE BREAKERS, shipping magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt’s opulent mansion. This evening, your Tour Director hosts a special farewell dinner.
Depart this morning for Boston. After a transfer to the airport for guests who have homebound flights, the motorcoach continues downtown to the Sheraton Boston Hotel, where the tour ends. Please schedule flights from Boston’s Logan International Airport after 2 pm.
It may occasionally be necessary to use alternative hotels of a similar standard to those shown.
Sheraton Boston is a 1220 room hotel located just four miles from the Boston Logan Airport in Back Bay Boston. Rooms have fantastic views of the Charles River or Historic Back Bay. Enjoy indoor access to shopping and restaurants at the Prudential Center or Copley Place, both connected to the Sheraton Boston. The hotel has an Indoor/Outdoor saline heated swimming pool. Enjoy local New England fare at the Side Bar & Grille or a coffee at the Starbucks in the lobby.
A classic Cape Cod oceanfront resort on the waters of Nantucket Sound, Red Jacket Beach features a beautiful sweep of private ocean beach. This full-service resort and spa has all of the comforts to make your stay memorable. Whether you envision an action-packed getaway with water sports or a relaxing time on our private beach with a good book, you'll enjoy excellent service in a beautiful oceanfront setting.
Registered with the Historical Hotels of America, this luxury accommodation is situated on Newport's Historic Hill and offers beautiful views. The interior of the hotel is both historical and elegant in design. All 210 elegant guestrooms are fully equipped with cable TV, coffee maker, hairdryer, and Internet access.
Our expert Tour Directors help you get the most out of every place you visit - and have a 96% customer satisfaction rating.
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