This American Odyssey begins at The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, includes the Baseball Hall of Fame then visits the Museum at Woodstock. It’s a journey filled with American Legends and Fabled Players. It’s an adventure where you can almost reach across time, step into the past, and discover the spirit of those who stood at the vanguard of history and changed the world.
It’s an adventure that begins on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad north into the Wilderness of the Adirondack Park. You will learn of the Great Camps (summer homes) of the Robber Barons. You will enjoy a dinner cruise upon Raquette Lake around which many of these great Camps once stood. Come enjoy beautiful scenery and colorful history.
Did you know you can see Niagara Falls without going to Canada? From the Seneca Niagara Casino you can ride on the Maid of the Mist, tour the Cave of the Winds, dine at the Top of the Falls Restaurant, tour a winery and much more. Plus you get all the luxury lodging, gaming action and fine food that Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel has to offer.
Canandaigua, NY is known as “The Chosen Spot,” a Native American translation that holds true today. Nestled on the north end of Canandaigua Lake, the town is historic and scenic with a variety of locally owned shops, galleries, restaurants, and places to stay. Your group will not only love Canandaigua they will love the scenery throughout the Finger Lakes.
Come here the voices of the 19th Century echo across the Finger Lakes. First is the legacy of the Woman’s Rights Movement featuring Susan B Anthony’s home and other sights. Then enjoy a few Victorian Era mansions and local wine before you learn of Mark Twain’s summer home and the people and events that inspired him.
This is sightseeing that parallels a TV Show. “The Gilded Age,” is a new series by writer Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey), set amongst the lives of New York’s Robber Barons in the 1880s it will premiere on HBO in 2022. The show tells the story of a new-money family trying to join the ranks of the Astors and Vanderbilts. The tour includes a Cabaret Dinner Show and a full day tour of The Gold Coast Mansions.
This vacation combines three of America’s great destinations to bring great value to your U.S. visit. Three nights in The Big Apple offers an immersion in city life. A visit to Niagara Falls brings new respect for the power of water and the beauty of nature. Three nights in the Capital City of Washington, DC, opens a window onto America’s history. As with every trip we produce we will customize the itinerary to include other sights that you might want, as well as any restaurants that suit your taste.
Dive deep into the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” with blazing pumpkins, gothic mansions, creepy cemeteries, and of course, the Headless Horseman. This two night tour also features a visit to Sunnyside, Washington Irving’s home, a graveyard tour where famous residents will speak from the grave, and keeping with the Halloween spirit a Dracula’s Revenge Lunch at the Rhinecliff Hotel.
Spring into the Big Apple. Starting with the Orchid Show at the Botanical Gardens, then tour the Conservatory in Central Park and ride in a Horse Drawn Carriage ride through city streets. You will sample wine and visit the Galleries of Chelsea, explore the Fashion District and designer showrooms, and partake of an edible ethnic adventure and much more. It’s the fun side of the City.
Begin with the rugged beauty of Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon to which we add a wilderness train ride on the Tioga Central Railroad, topped off with a laughter filled, nostalgic visit to Jamestown, New York, home town of Lucille Ball.