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2022 Tours

April

Presidential Homes of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA
April 12 (Tue) -14 (Thu), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Tuesday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride, Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Mount Vernon, VA

George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens

Depart for Charlottesville, VA

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Holiday Inn Charlottesville – University Area

Dinner on own

Day 2                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

House and Garden tour of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

Lunch included at Michie Tavern

Visit Highland the home of James Monroe

Dinner on own at Charlottesville Historic Downtown Mall

Day 3                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Montpelier Station, VA

Tour of James Madison’s Montpelier- boxed lunch included

Dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:00pm

George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens

The Mansion at George Washington’s Mount Vernon is one of the most iconic 18th-century homes in America. The estate, gardens, and farm of Mount Vernon totaled some 8,000 acres in the 18th century. Presently, an estimated 500 acres of this historic property have been painstakingly preserved along the banks of the Potomac River. Guests visiting the estate can view Washington’s Mansion and many other original structures. The historic footprint also includes the tomb of George and Martha Washington and a memorial dedicated to the enslaved people who lived and worked on the estate.

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

Monticello was the primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, who began designing and building Monticello at age 26 after inheriting land from his father. Feel the power of place at Monticello. Learn about Thomas Jefferson, the ideas of freedom, and the realities of
slavery that made the United States.

Michie Tavern

Historic Michie Tavern served as the social center of its community and accommodated travelers with food, drink and lodging. It remained in operation, in the Michie family, until 1910, when it came to be owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia. In 1927, the Tavern was purchased by Josephine Henderson, who had it moved seventeen miles from Earlysville to its present location, close to Monticello. This Virginia Landmark captures 18th-century life.

Highland the home of James Monroe

Highland, was the official residence of fifth President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, from 1799 to 1823. Purchased in 1793, Monroe and his family permanently settled on the property in 1799 and lived at Highland for twenty-four years. Personal debt forced Monroe to sell the plantation in 1825. Before and after selling Highland, Monroe spent much of his time living at Oak Hill. President Monroe simply called his home “Highland.” It did not acquire the additional name of “Ash Lawn” until after his death. The estate is now owned, operated and maintained by Monroe’s alma mater, the College of William and Mary.

Charlottesville Historic Downtown Mall

The Historic Downtown Mall is celebrated as one of the most vibrant urban centers in small-town America. Stretching along 8 tree-lined blocks, the brick-paved, pedestrian-only mall has been called the “Community Living Room.” It is home to more than 120 shops and 30 restaurants. Add in half-adozen
art galleries, two historic theaters, multiple venues for live music, a movie theater, an ice skating rink—plus free concerts, “Art Walks,” and a Saturday farmer’s market, and, you get a diverse and entertaining place. Remarkably, in an age of chain stores, almost all businesses on the Historic Downtown Mall are locally owned.

James Madison’s Montpelier

Tour the home of President James Madison, the Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bill of Rights, and Dolley Madison, America’s first “First Lady.” The Montpelier estate features the historic home and grounds, gardens, historic buildings, exhibitions and archaeological sites.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$735

Double
$561

Triple
$520

Quad
$485

Price subject to change.

May

Villa Roma Resort
Music in the Catskills
May 2 (Mon) – 3 (Tue), 2022
2 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Monticello, NY

Resorts World Catskills – free time & lunch on own

Admission to The Museum at Bethel Woods

Check into hotel – One (1) Night – Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center

Dinner included at the hotel

Evening on own (Nightly entertainment included)

Day 2                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

Morning activities on own

Lunch included at hotel

Matinee Show – Jersey Boys Tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons starring the Unexpected Boys

Depart Callicoon, NY

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:00pm

Resorts World Catskills

Resorts World Catskills is New York’s newest casino. Nestled among the beauty of the Catskill Mountains, Resorts World Catskills offers an unmatched experience in excitement, entertainment, and luxury. And that’s just the beginning. Every time you visit, you will find another reason to come back. Resorts World Catskills provides unparalleled gaming like no other in the region. The 100,000 square foot casino floor showcases over 150 live table games that include Blackjack, Craps, Baccarat, Roulette, Pai Gow Tiles, 1,600 slot machines, a poker room, luxurious private player’s lounge and high limit salon privets.

The Museum at Bethel Woods

The Museum at Bethel Woods explores the unique experience of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair, its significance as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation, and the legacies of the Sixties and Woodstock today. Some visit to relive the past and their journey to Woodstock. Others come to experience what it was like for the first time. As you step inside the exhibit you hear the echo of 450,000 chanting “no rain” and see the stories of those who were actually there. As you travel through the exhibit, you travel through time as the Vietnam War unfolds and the Summer of Love blooms. All culminating in the Woodstock festival. Through artifacts, films, music – and even a hippie bus – you will be inspired not only by what was the most prolific three-day festival in history, but by the ideals that still remain relevant today.

Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center

There’s so much on-site fun and adventure it’s easy to see why people think of Villa Roma as a Cruise Ship on Land! Experience a hotel stay like no other. Enjoy nightly music and top variety entertainment with a different show each night, a complete schedule of daytime activities, indoor sport complex with bocce, shuffleboard, ping pong and table games, an indoor swimming pool & Jacuzzi and more.

Time Location
7:10am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
7:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
7:50am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$420

Double
$370

Triple
$355

Quad
$349

Price subject to change.

Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh & Heroes
May 13 (Fri) – 15 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Lunch on own

Arrive Pittsburgh, PA

Cruise aboard the Explorer Riverboat

Dinner included at the Grand Concourse Restaurant

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hampton Inn, Monroeville

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart hotel with local guide with tour of the city

Nationality Rooms at the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning

Duquesne Incline

Lunch on own in city’s Strip District

Heinz History Center

Return to hotel – dinner on own

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Somerset, PA

Flight 93 National Memorial

Flight 93 Memorial Chapel

Lunch included at Oakhurst Grille Buffet

Quecreek Mine Rescue Site

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley is 9:00pm

Explorer Riverboat

Join Rivers of Steel on board the Explorer riverboat for the Uniquely Pittsburgh Sightseeing Tour. This 90-minute excursion seeks to answer the question “What makes Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh?” Traveling on the Ohio, Monongahela, and Allegheny Rivers, this tour shares the big stories of the region’s past—along with many lesser-known tales—as it explores a sense of place. Sit back, enjoy the skyline, and see the sights as you discover how Pittsburgh’s unique history shaped the city we have today!

Guided Tour of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is known both as “the Steel City” for its more than 300 steel-related businesses and as the “City of Bridges” for its 446 bridges. The city features 30 skyscrapers, two inclined railways, a prerevolutionary fortification and the Point State Park at the confluence of the rivers. Once a center for heavy industry, today Pittsburgh’s skyline has been transformed. Riverfronts are thoughtfully developed, utilized for recreation now more than ever. Businesses look to the environment as an asset, not a challenge. And, best of all, “green” has replaced “smoky” for good. Pittsburgh is a vibrant, midsized city that has the feel of a small town. Its approachability can be seen on the faces of its energetic, hard-working and proud people.

Nationality Rooms at the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning

The 29 Nationality Rooms in Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning represent the cultures of various ethnic peoples that settled in Allegheny County and are supported by those cultural groups and governments. Designated collectively as a Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation historical landmark, the rooms are located on the first and third floors of the Cathedral, itself a national historic landmark.

Duquesne Incline

Take a step back in time on a century-old cable car and see the best views of downtown Pittsburgh while riding one of the few remaining inclines in the country. Opened on May 20, 1877, the Duquesne Incline was rescued and restored by a group of local residents in 1963 and still delights residents and visitors with its original, elegant, wooden cable cars.

Heinz History Center

An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the History Center explores Pittsburgh’s 250-year history with highlights including Mister Rogers, Heinz, and the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. The 275,000 sq. ft. museum features six floors of long-term and changing exhibit space from the prerevolutionary
drama of the French & Indian War to the legendary match-ups of the Super Steelers.

Flight 93 National Memorial

A common field one day. A field of honor forever. On Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001, the U.S. came under attack when four commercial airliners were hijacked and used to strike targets on the ground. Nearly 3,000 people tragically lost their lives. The Flight 93 National Memorial, administered by the National Park Service, serves as a permanent memorial to the 40 heroes on United Flight 93 who courageously gave their lives thwarting a planned attack on the nation’s capital on September 11, 2001.

Flight 93 Memorial Chapel

Flight 93 Memorial Chapel is a spiritual memorial and perpetual tribute in honor of the Heroes of Flight 93, and all other innocents who perished September 11, 2001.The Chapel is a secular nondenominational Chapel, and will serve as a spiritual refuge and place of meditation and prayer. You will see mementoes given by family members to honor their loved ones as well as many meaningful items. In the garden behind the chapel is the United Crew Monument honoring the crew of United 93.

Quecreek Mine Rescue Site

Hear the miraculous account of the rescue of nine coal miners trapped 240 feet beneath a farmer’s field in Somerset County. See the actual rescue site, the capsule that brought each man out after nearly 4 days of captivity and much more.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$793

Double
$627

Triple
$575

Quad
$545

Price subject to change.

Thousand Islands
Alexandria Bay, NY
May 20 (Fri) – 22 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Skaneateles, NY

Lunch on own

Sightseeing Cruise on Skaneateles Lake

Arrive Alexandria Bay, NY

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Riveredge Resort

Dinner included at the hotel

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided tour of Alexandria Bay area

Tasting at Thousand Islands Winery

Two Nation Tour aboard Uncle Sam’s Boat Tours – buffet lunch included

Self-Guided tour of Boldt Castle

Dinner and time on own in downtown Alexandria Bay

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Clayton, NY

Rock Island Lighthouse Tour

Lunch and time on own in Clayton, NY

Depart Clayton, NY

Fast food dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 9:00pm

Sightseeing Cruise on Skaneateles Lake

Skaneateles Lake or “Long Lake” is one of the highest Finger Lakes, sitting 863 ft. above sea level. The lake is 16 miles long and 1 mile wide. In the early 1800s, many settlers were attracted to the land surrounding Skaneateles Lake because they were able to use the lake outlet as a power source for water mills and other types of early industry. Enjoy this 50 minute sightseeing cruise as it takes you approximately 3 miles down the East side of the lake to return on the West side where you’ll see many stately homes, old and new, The Sherwood Inn, originally a stagecoach stop, and steep and wooded hill sides at the southern end.

Thousand Islands Winery

Thousand Islands Winery® is the largest farm winery in Northern New York State and is located along the majestic St. Lawrence River on a historic forty acre farmstead established in 1836. The primary grape varieties being planted in the Thousand Islands Region include Frontenac, Frontenac Gris, Marquette, and La Crescent which were developed by the University of Minnesota. The development of these cold-hardy grapes is the very reason we now enjoy the benefits of the ever-expanding Northern New York wine region.

Uncle Sam’s Boat Tours

This international tour will take you on a 22 mile round-trip through American and Canadian waters – what is considered the ‘heart’ of the 1000 Islands. This trip will give you the best overall view of this truly unique geographical area shared by two nations. Tour guides will provide a lively narrative as you cruise through the narrow channels, over historic sunken wrecks, by magnificent summer homes of the rich and famous and provide you with local historical facts and folk lore as well as information about the area’s geology, environment and native wildlife. As you cruise on the emerald green waters of the mighty St. Lawrence River you will see international ships from all over the world either heading upriver to ports ringing the Great Lakes or heading downriver to the ocean and ports in distant lands. Your tour guide will even point out the exact location of the international boundary line between the U.S. and Canada so be ready to look!

Boldt Castle

This 120-room Rhineland-style castle was built at the turn of the 20th century and is the 1000 Islands region’s top attraction. Boldt Castle is home to one of the saddest love stories ever told. Wander the halls and imagine what could have been if tragedy had not struck. Boldt Castle is the story of one man’s devotion to his beloved wife and a dream that went unfulfilled.

Alexandria Bay, NY

Rock Island Lighthouse Tour

Travel by boat to Rock Island and spend 1 hour visiting the island where you can climb up in the Lighthouse tower and look over the St. Lawrence River. Visit the Lighthouse keeper’s home that is now a museum and gift shop. Walk the island and see the building once used to store whale oil for burning in the lighthouse. Peer through the unique glass bottom boat to see native fish of the St. Lawrence, as well as countless other natural wonders beneath the waves of the Saint Lawrence River. The tour is guided by historical and naturalist narrators with unique knowledge of the Thousand Islands.

Clayton, NY

Soon after it was settled in 1822, Clayton became a major shipbuilding and lumbering port. Dozens of charming buildings from this magnificent era remain. Clayton is home to some of the most unique museums in the 1000 Islands, including the renowned Antique Boat Museum, The Thousand Islands Museum, listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and The Thousand Islands Arts Center. For some local flavor, stop at one of Clayton’s fine restaurants for some St. Lawrence River cuisine.

Time Location
7:00am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
7:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
7:40am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$824

Double
$664

Triple
$615

Quad
$585

Price subject to change.

June

Niagara Falls
Ontario, Canada
June 1 (Wed) – 3 (Fri), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Wednesday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Batavia, NY

Lunch on own

Traveling to Niagara Falls, Ontario
**Canadian Customs – For US Citizens Valid Passport Required**

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview Hotel & Suites

Dinner and evening on own

Day 2                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

White Water Walk

Whirlpool Aero Car

Butterfly Conservatory

Floral Clock

Afternoon on own

Dinner included at Skylon Tower

Day 3                    Friday

Breakfast at hotel

Journey Behind the Falls

Hornblower Niagara Boat Ride

Lunch and time on own

Depart Niagara Falls, Canada
**United States Customs – Valid Passport Required**

Dinner on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley 9:15pm

White Water Walk

Take a walk like no other, along a boardwalk at the very edge of one of the world’s wildest stretches of whitewater! Marvel at the relentless power and beauty of nature, and see how the deep and narrow Great Gorge was created. Trillions of gallons of water are forced into this accelerating trough–the sight
will take your breath away!

Whirlpool Aero Car

Soar the Great Gorge, high above the racing Niagara River. You’ll be transported through the air in an antique cable car, while far below the torrent of water abruptly changes direction and creates one of the world’s most mesmerizing natural phenomena – the Niagara Whirlpool, sometimes frightening and always unforgettable!

Butterfly Conservatory

Located on the grounds of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens, visitors to the Butterfly Conservatory are transported to a tropical paradise full of lush vegetation, trickling waterfalls and thousands of vibrantly colored butterflies. Over 2,000 butterflies, made up of 45 different species, call this beautiful
space home. The self-guided walking tour of the Butterfly Conservatory begins with a short, informative video presentation.

Floral Clock

The intricate designs on the face of the Floral Clock are created with up to 16,000 carpet bedding plants and are changed twice each year. The planted face of the Floral Clock is maintained by the Niagara Parks horticulture staff, while the mechanism inside is kept in working order by Ontario Hydro. The tower at the back of the clock houses Westminster chimes that greet each quarter hour.

Skylon Tower

The Skylon Tower is Niagara Falls most famous restaurant. The restaurant offers fine dining 775 feet above the Falls! You can see the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, The American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls all from the restaurants and observation deck. Visibility from Observatory on a clear day is 80 miles.

Journey Behind the Falls

stand at the heart of Niagara, you’ll first need to descend 150 feet and explore 130-year-old tunnels through the bedrock, but you’ll feel the thunderous vibration of the Horseshoe Falls long before you see them. The observation deck at the foot of this 13-story-tall wonder will leave you breathless (and
maybe a little bit wet), but don’t forget the viewing portals cut straight through the rock, offering a once-in-a-lifetime view of one-fifth of the world’s fresh water crashing down in front of you.

Hornblower Niagara Boat Ride

You may have seen the Falls before but you’ve never seen them quite like this. Hold onto your heart and keep your eyes wide open because you’re in for the thrill of a lifetime! The legendary Niagara Falls boat tour takes you as close as possible to the thundering roar, awesome power and amazing mist of the mighty Falls!

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

CITY VIEW

Single
$850

Double
$673

Triple
$635

Quad
$615

FALLS VIEW*

Single
$1,015

Double
$756

Triple
$689

Quad
$655

*Falls View Room could be CAN or US Falls, and may be a partial view. Trans-Bridge Tours is not responsible for location of Falls View room. Limited rooms are available.

Price subject to change.

New England Island Hopping
June 6 (Mon) – 10 (Fri), 2022
5 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Mystic, CT

Lunch on own

Arrive South Yarmouth, MA

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Riviera Beach Resort

Dinner on own on Main Street Hyannis

Day 2                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

Hy-Line Cruise to Nantucket

Lunch on own

Narrated Tour of Nantucket

Return sailing from Nantucket to Hyannis

Return to hotel

Dinner included at hotel

Day 3                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Check out of hotel

Arrive Falmouth, Cape Cod

Steamship Authority Cruise to Martha’s Vineyard

Guided Island Tour of Martha’s Vineyard

Free time and lunch on own

Return sailing from Oak Bluffs to Woods Hole

Depart for Newport, RI – dinner on own in route

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Holiday Inn Express – Middletown, RI

Day 4                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart hotel for Point Judith

Cruise to Block Island

Narrated Tour of Block Island

Lunch and shopping on own

Return to Point Judith

Dinner and evening on own in Newport

Day 5                    Friday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided Driving Tour of Newport

Self-guided tour of a Newport Preservation Society mansion

Lunch and time on own in Newport

Depart Newport

Fast food stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 8:30pm

Hy-Line Cruise to Nantucket

Nantucket Island, the “Little Grey Lady” still looks much as it did during its heyday as a prosperous whaling and shipping port of the 1800’s: cedar shingled homes and elegant whaling mansions still line the cobblestone streets, with the modern addition of upscale boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants to suit any taste.

Narrated Tour of Nantucket

A narrated driving tour of Nantucket takes you across the island past cranberry bogs, rolling farm land, quiet villages, and pounding surf to the charming village of ‘Sconset.

Guided Island Tour of Martha’s Vineyard

Enjoy a complete island tour upon arrival on Martha’s Vineyard Island, in the comfort of your motorcoach. Walk with your guide to view the colorful “Gingerbread Cottages” in Oaks Bluff: enjoy scenic touring along the ocean (see where “JAWS” was filmed!) to Edgartown, a once prominent whaling town where stately whaling captain’s mansions still lines the streets. There will be free time in Oak Bluffs or Edgartown for lunch on your own. You will also tour to the western most community on the island, Gay Head, best known for its great clay cliffs and Gay Head Lighthouse.

Narrated Tour of Block Island

Enjoy a 1 ¼ hour narrated tour of Block Island called “the Bermuda of the North”! Learn about island life as you travel past meadows, moors, and marshy ponds, stopping for photos at Southeast Light overlooking the dramatic cliffs known as Mohegan Bluffs.

Guided Driving Tour of Newport

See Newport’s two famous scenic routes – Bellevue Avenue lined with opulent mansions – Summer cottages” built by titans of industry and society during the Gilded Age, and Ten Mile Ocean Drive where you can gaze at spectacular waterfront estates and unparalleled ocean views!

Self-guided tour of a Newport Preservation Society Mansion

Newport Mansion is TBD.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$1,293

Double
$993

Triple
$901

Quad
$856

Price subject to change.

Best of Boston
Boston, MA
June 17 (Fri) – 19 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Lunch included at Golden Corral

Arrive Lexington, MA

Tour of Lexington Battle Green & Buckman Tavern

Arrive Chelsea, MA

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – DoubleTree by Hilton Boston Logan Airport / Chelsea

Dinner on own

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided Tour of the Freedom Trail

Lunch & time on own at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Dinner included at MJ O’Connor’s Irish Pub

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided Tour of Fenway Park

Lunch and time on own at Prudential Center

Depart Boston, MA

Fast food dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:30pm

Lexington Battle Green & Buckman Tavern

Built in 1710, this central tavern On the Green was a gathering place for both locals and travelers and the site of many important town meetings. Captain Parker and his militia gathered in this tavern in the early morning hours of April 19, 1775, to await the oncoming British Redcoat troops. Then, see the Lexington Green where the first battle of the American Revolution took place on April 19, 1775.

Guided Tour of the Freedom Trail

Drive to America’s most historic sites along Boston’s Freedom Trail. Led by 18th century costumed guides, you will view historic sites, included Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel & King’s Chapel Burying Ground, Benjamin Franklin
statue/site of the first Public School, Old Corner Bookstore, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, site of the Boston Massacre, and Faneuil Hall.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace / Quincy Market

Boston Baked Beans, Indian Pudding, clam chowder, lobster rolls, oysters on the half shell…all New England delicacies that join a cornucopia of foods from around the world to create a unique dining experience at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. For over 40 years, the Marketplace has been a food destination featuring top restaurants and the world-famous Food Colonnade.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Your tour of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum will take you through a variety of virtual exhibits, authentically restored tea ships as well as traditional Boston Museum Exhibits that are all interconnected. The tour is designed to give you the opportunity to participate, explore and learn about the people, events and consequences that led up to the American Revolution in the order in which they actually occurred more than 230 years ago.

Fenway Park

“America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” is uniquely nestled in the city of Boston. Fenway Park is a place where dreams are made, traditions are celebrated and baseball is forever. See the home of Red Sox Legends, Williams, Yaz, Fisk, and Rice. Visit Pesky’s Pole and sit atop the world-famous Green Monster,
which stands 37 feet 2 inches high overlooking leftfield.

Time Location
6:00am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$734

Double
$555

Triple
$502

Quad
$470

Price subject to change.

Nashville & Memphis
Tennessee
June 24 (Fri) – June 30 (Thu), 2022
7 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Lunch on own

Arrive Abingdon, VA

Check into hotel – One (1) Night – Comfort Suites

Dinner on own

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart Abingdon, VA

Arrive Nashville, TN

Lunch on own at Fifth + Broadway – Nashville, TN

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Holiday Inn Express Opryland

Dinner included at Backstage Grill Restaurant

Grand Ole Opry Show

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Nashville Troubadour Tour

RCA Studio B Tour

Lunch and time on own in Nashville

Country Music Hall of Fame

Singer Songwriter Dinner included

Day 4                    Monday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart Nashville for Memphis

Rock N Soul Museum

Lunch and time on own in Memphis

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Comfort Inn Downtown Memphis

Dinner included at Blues City Café

Day 5                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

Memphis Mojo Tour

Sun Studio Tour

Graceland – Elvis Experience Tour & Airplanes – lunch voucher included

Dinner and time on own on Beale Street


Day 6                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart Memphis

Lunch on own

Arrive Abingdon, VA

Check into hotel – One (1) Night -Comfort Suites

Day 7                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart Abingdon, VA

Lunch on own

Fast food dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:30pm

Fifth + Broadway – Assembly Food Hall

The Assembly Food Hall high above the Ryman Auditorium with a view of the lights and activity in the Honky Tonks below you. This is a European-style
market with casual dining both indoor and open air seating. With eats and entertainment for all ages, this venue is changing the way Nashville lives, works, and plays. Enjoy premier shopping & ridiculously good food at Apple Store, Ariat, Free People, Cava, Hattie B’s, Shake Shack, Slim & Husky’s and much
more all while taking in the downtown views.

Grand Ole Opry Show

For over 90 years, country’s best have mesmerized audiences at the Opry, the show that made country music famous. Each Opry show features an array of performances by new stars, superstars and legends of country music as well as great bluegrass, comedy and more. Opry shows are never rehearsed and never the same show twice, but always an unforgettable evening of uniquely American entertainment.

Nashville Troubadour Tour

Troubadour Music Sightseeing is an “Only in Nashville” kind of experience. Bringing new meaning to the phrase “Entertaining Narrative” it’s sightseeing with a singer/songwriter guide. The tour will include Downtown Nashville’s colorful history with drive-bys of the historic Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Honky Tonk Row, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop and The Bluebird Cafe. Plus, you will hear what it’s like trying to break into Nashville’s music scene, both the struggles and the victories. As an added bonus your Troubadour will perform some of his or her original songs!

RCA Studio B Tour

What started in 1957 as a sketch on a dinner napkin quickly became the birthplace to more than 35,000 legendary songs and more than 1,000 popular hits. Located on renowned Music Row, Historic RCA Studio B is one of the most famous studios in the world. Over 35,000 songs were recorded here by artists such as Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and even more recently, Martina McBride and Carrie Underwood. Hear the stories behind the legendary recordings and view some of the original instruments used in producing over 1,000 hit records on this private guided tour.

Country Music Hall of Fame

Membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame, the highest honor a country music professional can receive, is extended to performers, songwriters, broadcasters, musicians, and executives in recognition of their contributions to the development of country music. The first inductees were Hank Williams,
Jimmie Rodgers, and Fred Rose. The most recent inductees (class of 2019) are Jerry Bradley, Brooks & Dunn and Ray Stevens. The Museum has an extensive, permanent objects collection. This collection includes more than eight hundred stage costumes, over six hundred instruments, and hundreds of other objects—from microphones to automobiles—documenting the history of country music. Honoring classic and current artists, the Museum exhibits everything from Hank Williams’s cherished Martin guitar to Elvis Presley’s custom Cadillac limousine, to outfits and instruments from the likes of Alison Krauss and Carrie Underwood, to a showcase of today’s top artists.

Memphis Mojo Tour

This day starts with a little toe-tapping fun as a Guitar Playing Tour Guide boards your bus. You’ll sing along as you see the famous sights and hear the famous songs that made and created the Memphis Sound.

Sun Studio

Experience a visit to Sun Studios-The Birthplace of Rock N’ Roll (1950) and home to the “Million Dollar Quartet”–Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. Did you know Studio owner Sam Philipps, a music legend in his own right, discovered BB King and recorded Howlin’ Wolf while working
for another label? And did you know that Sun Studios is still rockin’ today? You never know who may walk in the door as you’re walking out.

Graceland – Elvis Experience Tour & Airplanes

Explore Elvis’ home and follow his amazing journey to music super-stardom through exhibit after exhibit of museum-quality videos, personal mementos, displays of authentic clothing, an incredible showcase of awards, and much more. Experience how the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll lived as you tour Graceland mansion, step aboard his famous custom jets, and check out his collection of cars. The Graceland experience also includes Elvis Presley’s Memphis, a new, state-of-the-art entertainment complex which includes Elvis The Entertainer Career Museum, restaurants, shops and much more.

Beale Street

The music and entertainment pulse of downtown Memphis, Beale Street at the turn of the 20th century served as a haven for African Americans migrating from small towns. Legendary greats such as W.C. Handy, B.B. King, Rufus Thomas, Willie Mitchell and Isaac Hayes have showcased their talents on Beale.
Beale Street offers three blocks of nightclubs, specialty shops, galleries and restaurants. For over 150 years, Beale Street has hosted blues music and entertainment. Beale played a pivotal role in branding Memphis as one of the most musically rich cities in the world, and was prominent in hosting some of
the first black business owners in the south. In between, the street was host to the birth of blues music, the civil rights movement, rock ‘n’ roll, racks of ribs and bands.

Time Location
6:00am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)

Price per person:

Single
$2,010

Double
$1,502

Triple
$1,375

Quad
$1,305

Price subject to change.

July

Finger Lakes Wine Festival
July 9 (Sat) – 10 (Sun), 2022
2 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Saturday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Wellsboro, PA

Lunch included at Penn Wells Lodge

Covered Wagon Ride into PA Grand Canyon’s Upper Gorge

Arrive Painted Post, NY

Check into hotel – One (1) Night – Hampton Inn – Painted Post

Dinner on own in Corning’s Gaffer District

Day 2                  Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Watkins Glen, NY

Captain Bill’s Seneca Lake Cruises – Sightseeing cruise

Depart for Watkins Glen International

Finger Lakes Wine Festival – One Day Taster Wristband included

Depart Watkins Glen

Rest Stop

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 10:00pm

Covered Wagon Ride into PA Grand Canyon’s Upper Gorge

Take a tour through the wondrous Pennsylvania Grand Canyon on a horse-drawn covered wagon. The tour guides are fluent in the history of the Canyon going back to the 19th century. They will tell the tale while the horses wind their way on the Pine Creek Rail Trail. Take a jump into history while enjoying everything the canyon has to offer.

Corning’s Gaffer District

“Where to eat?” the never-ending dilemma. Luckily, a walk through this very walkable downtown will present you with more than 45 dining options that will satisfy even the most dedicated foodie. The restaurants boast tapas, fresh salads and sandwiches, sushi, homemade pasta, cupcakes and cookies, and peach pie. Named a culinary destination by Bon Appétit Appalachia Magazine has recognized Corning, NY as a notable destination for food along the Appalachian Trail.

Captain Bill’s Seneca Lake Cruises

Explore Seneca Lake aboard the new Seneca Spirit. Once aboard the vessel, the Captain and 1st mate will take you back with a historical narration and show you the sights. Discover the beauty and charm of Seneca Lake as it can only be seen from the water. You will be captivated by Hector Falls at 165 ft., the majestic cliffs of the east shore with Native American paintings, and a view of the salt industry.

Finger Lakes Wine Festival

The Finger Lakes Wine Festival, the largest wine festival in the Northeast, offers over 90 New York State wines in the beautiful Finger Lakes region paired with regional artisans, live music, and culinary classes and cooking demonstrations.

Time Location
6:00am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$499

Double
$405

Triple
$375

Quad
$359

Price subject to change.

Vermont
Very Best of Vermont
July 12 (Tue) – 15 (Fri), 2022
4 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Tuesday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Lunch stop on own

Arrive Montpelier, VT

Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks – Sugar on Snow included

Check into hotel – Three (3) Nights – Best Western Plus – Waterbury-Stowe

Dinner included at hotel

Day 2                  Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Rock of Ages – Quarry Tour & Visitor’s Center

Vermont State House Tour

Lunch and time on own in Montpelier

Trapp Family Lodge – Historical Tour

Brewery Tour at the Lodge

Dinner included at the Bierhall

Day 3                  Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Vermont Teddy Bear Factory Tour

Lunch Cruise aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen

Visit Lake Champlain Chocolates – shopping on own

Free time for shopping and dinner on own at Church Street Marketplace

Ben & Jerry’s Factory Tour

Day 4                  Friday

Breakfast at hotel

Self-Guided Tour & shopping at Cold Hollow Cider Mill

Hildene Estate – The Lincoln Family Home – lunch included

Depart Manchester

Fast food dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 8:30pm

Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks

Nestled on a hilltop just 2.7 miles outside of Montpelier, Vermont (the smallest state capital in the USA) – Morse Farm is a throwback to a simpler, quieter time when generations of the same family worked together to carve out a living on the land. A visit to Morse Farm will include viewing an entertaining and informative sugarmaking video presentation by Burr Morse as well as visiting the sugarhouse. Visitors can walk trails winding through the sugarbush and visit Rex and James, the Morse Farm goats. Pieces of folk art and antique farm implements can be found throughout the property. The Morse Farm country store with is always well stocked with maple products as well an assortment of Vermont specialty foods and gifts.

Rock of Ages

A seasoned guide will come aboard the coach bus and take you to the quarry. They will share information on their rich history and how the operation works. The vistas are not to be missed from the quarry platform. Then visit the 160,00 square foot manufacturing plant, you will watch a variety of staff working on stone in different stages of production, take a turn on the outdoor granite bowling lane watch a video and view exhibits inside the Visitors Center showcasing our history and amazing projects. There is a wonderful gift shop featuring granite gifts. Receive a free granite souvenir from our grout pile. This is a one-of-a-kind tour experience, not to be missed while visiting Vermont.

Vermont State House Tour

The Vermont State House is one of the oldest and best preserved of our nation’s state capitols. After nearly 160 years it remains an icon in Montpelier, the smallest capital city in America. Its House and Senate chambers are the oldest active legislative halls in the United States that have preserved their original interiors. This architectural gem is also home to some of the state’s most important art. As you tour this remarkable piece of living history, you will develop a sense of what makes this building, and the state for which it was built, unique. Highlights include the Governor’s Office, the Cedar Creek Reception Room, the Hall of Inscriptions, and the legislative chambers.

Trapp Family Lodge

The von Trapp family’s journey is a remarkable story. In 1938, just before World War II, the Baron and the Baroness von Trapp left all their possessions and estate near Salzburg. With nine children and one on the way, they fled Austria and were granted asylum in this country. Arriving with only $4.00, they settled in Philadelphia, and through their music, turned a family hobby into a profession as the Trapp Family Singers. They soon bought a small farmhouse in Stowe, Vermont, because the landscape reminded them of home. Here, the family lived peacefully and continued to travel the world singing. Maria wrote an autobiography that inspired the play and movie, The Sound of Music, and her story became an American legend. What was once a modest farm grew into a world-renowned resort, and is now overseen by Johannes, the youngest of the singing von Trapp children, and his family.

Vermont Teddy Bear Factory Tour

Take a tour of the factory, with one of the Bear Ambassadors who will guide you through a fun, informative tour where you’ll watch their small group of craftspeople creating the Bears by hand, oneby- one. You’ll even see the Bear Hospital, where you’ll get to meet the Bear Doctor, Dr. Nancy. If your
Bear ever needs repair, Dr. Nancy will take care of everything.

Church Street Marketplace

Downtown Burlington, Vermont’s award-winning open air mall is a hub of activity where you’ll find historical architecture, year-round festivals, street entertainers, music, over 100 places to shop and dine, and even quiet places to ponder. We invite you to find out about exclusive shopping, dining and
events in downtown Burlington as well as to explore the area!

Ben & Jerry’s Factory Tour

Learn how Ben & Jerry’s gets so much deliciousness into every scoop! Take the guided factory tour and learn how they make ice cream and how they put their values into action at every step of the process. It’s great for all ages, and a fantastic activity for the family. Plus, enjoy your favorite flavor – or try a new
one! – At the full-service Scoop Shop.

Cold Hollow Cider Mill

Everybody has a little Vermonter in them. Independent. Capable. Authentic. When you visit this working cider mill, you will find your inner Vermonter. The self-guided tour of the working cider mill offers an engaging rural experience that is unrushed and free of charge. Come learn how apples, bees, maple trees and Vermont all get along well together.

Hildene Estate – The Lincoln Family Home

Hildene, the Lincoln Family Home, is the former summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln and his wife Mary Harlan Lincoln. Robert was the eldest of the four sons of President Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary Todd Lincoln, and the only one of them to survive into adulthood. The home is located on 400- acres in Manchester Village and is a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike. Whether you’re a history buff, a nature lover, or a fan of gorgeous architecture, Hildene offers amazing grounds and gardens, informative tours, historical exhibits, and a fabulous museum store and welcome center.

Time Location
6:00am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$1,095

Double
$841

Triple
$776

Quad
$745

Price subject to change.

Best Western Plus – Waterbury / Stowe

Memorable Massachusetts
Salem, Gloucester & Rockport
July 22 (Fri) – 24 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Sturbridge, MA

Lunch on own

Arrive Salem, MA

Guided walking tour of Salem Waterfront and tour the Friendship

Dinner on own on the Salem Waterfront

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hampton Inn – Boston – Peabody

Day 2                  Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided tour of Salem

Salem Witch Museum

Time on own for shopping and lunch

Guided Tour of Marblehead and Gloucester

Sail on a 65-foot Schooner

Dinner included at an area restaurant

Day 3                  Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Self-guided tour of Hammond Castle

Tour Rockport with guide

Time on own in Rockport for lunch and shopping.

Fast food dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 9:00pm

Friendship

Friendship is a replica of a three-masted, square rigged “East Indiaman”, the type of merchant ship that made Salem a leader in opening international trade with the Far East, Europe and Russia in the years immediately after the American Revolution.

Salem

Salem is the home of the 17th Century Witch Trials and a town steeped in Maritime history.

Salem Witch Museum

The Salem Witch Museum is a museum in Salem, MA about the Witch Trials of 1692. The museum is based on the actual documents of the trials. A multi-sensory presentation including 13 life-sized stage settings that recreates the horrible and truthful events known as the Salem Witch Trials.

Gloucester

Tour Gloucester, where fishing has been the leading industry since 1630, when 11 shiploads of Puritans arrived from England and designated this area as the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Visit the famous statue of the fisherman, “Man at the Wheel”, dedicated to those who have gone down to the sea in ships.

Schooner Thomas E Lannon

Picture yourself relaxing on the deck of this beautiful 65- foot schooner as she sails out of Gloucester harbor on a light southwesterly breeze. Get a taste for what it was like to sail on a fishing schooner a hundred years ago. Help the crew raise the sails, or just sit back and take in the sights and sounds of Gloucester’s coastline.

Hammond Castle

Hammond Castle Museum on the coast of Gloucester, Massachusetts was constructed in 1926 by inventor John Hays Hammond, Jr. as his residence. In the style of a medieval castle, it was built to house his private collection of artifacts from ancient Rome through the Renaissance. Visitors can explore the many rooms of the castle, as well as enjoy the beauty of the castle grounds and view of the Atlantic shore line.

Rockport, MA

Time Location
6:10am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$844

Double
$667

Triple
$608

Quad
$579

Price subject to change.

August

Rocky Coast of Maine & Maine Lobster Festival
August 1 (Mon) – 5 (Fri), 2022
5 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Fast food lunch stop on own

Arrive Portland, ME

Check into hotel One (1) Night – Best Western Merry Manor

Dinner included at hotel

Day 2                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided tour of Portland

Free time in Freeport and shopping at LL Bean Store – lunch on own

Maine Maritime Museum – with included Kennebec River Cruise

Arrive Bangor, ME

Check into hotel Two (2) Nights – Best Western White house

Dinner included

Day 3                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Bar Harbor

2-Hour Cruise of Frenchman Bay

Free time & lunch on own in Downtown Bar Harbor

Guided Driving Tour of Acadia National Park

Dinner included on return to hotel

Day 4                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Drive to the Peak of Mount Battie in Camden Hills State Park in route to Rockland

Maine Lobster Festival – Lobster meal coupon included

Depart to Portland, ME

Check into hotel One (1) Night -Best Western Merry Manor

Dinner on own in Downtown Portland

Day 5                    Friday

Breakfast at hotel

Photo stop at Cape Neddick “Nubble Light”

Lunch on own

Dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 6:00pm

Freeport and shopping at LL Bean Store

Experience why Freeport is New England’s favorite shopping destination. Located on the shores of Casco Bay, Freeport is world-famous for hundreds of brand-name outlets and local boutiques housed in charming brick buildings, some dating back as far as the 18th century. Rich in history, nature and the arts, you’ll come to shop and stay to play.

Maine Maritime Museum

Located on the banks of the Kennebec River, the museum collects, preserves, and interprets materials relating to the maritime history of Maine. View gallery exhibits, visit the historic shipyard, walk along the river, enjoy the lobstering exhibit, and shop at the Museum Store. Then, enjoy a one-hour Shipyards & Lighthouses Cruise. Connect to Maine’s seafaring history in a memorable way – seeing destroyers being built at Bath Iron Works, viewing two lighthouses and breathtaking natural scenery.

Cruise of Frenchman Bay

Enjoy the coastal Maine scenery as you cruise past waterfront mansions and Acadian National Park on this 2-hour cruise of Frenchman Bay. A naturalist on board will narrate the cruise as you search for local wildlife including seals, harbor porpoises, osprey & eagles.

Guided Driving Tour of Acadia National Park

Tour along Park Loop Road and see: Sand Beach and Thunder Hole – where the waves crashing against the hollow rocks sounds like thunderclaps, Otter Cliff for wonderful views, continuing to the summit of Cadillac Mountain – the highest of Mount Desert’s seventeen peaks – for spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, and the bays and islands beyond.

Maine Lobster Festival

You’ll attend the 75th Annual Maine Lobster Festival along the Rockland harborfront where lobster is king! Feasting and festivities include music and entertainment and of course – feasting on hot Maine lobster and other Maine delicacies such as blueberry pie, fried clams, shrimp cocktail, steamed
mussels! At years past festivals, nearly 8 tons of lobster was prepared in the world’s largest lobster cooker – plus many other seafood and non-seafood items for lunch on your own today. Rockland is the entry point to Penobscot Bay, perhaps the most scenic body of water on the eastern seaboard. There is a wonderful boardwalk surrounding the park so you can sit back and enjoy the festivities and ocean breezes! Or explore Rockland’s Main Street with art galleries and shops just steps from the gate.

Time Location
6:00am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$1,445

Double
$1,110

Triple
$989

Quad
$936

Price subject to change.

Gaylord National Resort Getaway
Alexandria, National Harbor & Washington, DC
August 20 (Sat) – 21 (Sun), 2022
2 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Saturday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Alexandria, VA

Lunch included at Gadsby’s Tavern Restaurant

Free time on own in Alexandria, VA

Water Taxi Transportation to National Harbor

Check into hotel – One (1) Night – Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center

Dinner and evening on own in National Harbor

Day 2                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart National Harbor mid-morning

Time and lunch on own in Washington, DC

Depart Washington, DC

Fast food dinner stop on own.

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley 8:00pm

Gadsby’s Tavern Restaurant

The site known as Gadsby’s Tavern consists of two buildings, a (circa) 1785 tavern and the 1792 City Hotel. The tavern is named after Englishman John Gadsby, an entrepreneur who leased the buildings and operated them as tavern keeper from 1796 until 1808. The tavern and hotel were the center of Alexandria’s economic, political, and social life in the late-18th and early-19th centuries. Notable visitors include George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison and James Monroe.

Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center

Perched on the shores of the Potomac River and just minutes from downtown Washington, D.C., this stylish resort offers convenient access to National Harbor, Maryland’s most beloved attractions, including the Capital Wheel, TopGolf, MGM National Harbor®, and Tanger Outlets. Reopening July 1, 2021 following a $64 million renovation , the Gaylord has brand-new redesigned, luxurious guest room & suites, a signature Pose Rooftop bar & lounge experience, an exciting line-up of family-friendly summer activities & entertainment, and enhanced safety and health protocols.

National Harbor

Dine with celebrity chefs, shop ‘til you drop, stroll the boardwalk along the beautiful Potomac River, and take your vacation to new heights on the spectacular Capital Wheel! There’s always something new, and so much to do in National Harbor.

Washington, DC

Monuments and memorials, eclectic neighborhoods, true local flavor – Washington, DC is a place unlike any other. DC has something for everyone. Take a sightseeing tour and discover the up-close power of national memorials. Enjoy the diverse cuisine of local restaurants through a food tour. Travel through
time in the historic museums and feel the excitement of prohibition era at a speakeasy.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$475

Double
$371

Triple
$335

Quad
$318

Price subject to change.

Ocean City, Maryland
August 22 (Mon) – 26 (Fri), 2022
5 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride, Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Rest stop

Arrive Ocean City, MD

Check into hotel – Four (4) Nights – Howard Johnson Oceanfront Plaza

Remainder of evening on own

Day 2 – 4                    Tuesday – Thursday

Time on own

Day 5                    Friday

Breakfast on own

Morning on own

Depart Ocean City, MD

Lunch on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley 6:00pm

Ocean City, Maryland

Whether you’re looking for a family atmosphere, a romantic getaway, a golf or fishing weekend or a shopping adventure, Ocean City is ready for you!

Time Location
8:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
8:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
8:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:
OCEANFRONT

Single
$1,086

Double
$617

Triple
$461

Quad
$385

OCEANVIEW (Side)

Single
$1,034

Double
$591

Triple
$445

Quad
$370

There are limited amount of Oceanfront rooms available. Book early!
Price subject to change.

New Hampshire
Rail & Sail
August 29 (Mon) – September 1 (Thu), 2022
4 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride, Lot C-1

Arrive Sturbridge, MA

Lunch on own

Arrive Plymouth, NH

Check into hotel – Three (3) Nights – Fairfield Inn & Suites

Dinner at The Common Man

Day 2                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

Mt. Washington Cruise to Wolfeboro – buffet lunch included

Time on own in Wolfeboro

Guided Tour of Castle in the Clouds

Dinner included at Hart’s Turkey Farm Restaurant

Day 3                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Mount Washington Cog Railroad – boxed lunch included

Maple Sugaring Tour at The Rocks

Dinner on own in Littleton, NH

Day 4                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart hotel for Concord, NH

Tour of New Hampshire State House

Lunch on own on Main Street in Concord

Fast food dinner stop

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley 8:00pm

Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

The Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Train travels from Meredith, NH along Meredith Bay. It is a downhill ride most of the way from Meredith to Weirs Beach. You will pass through an area with an unobstructed view of the lake with Mt Belknap in the background. Now you are on a level with the lake and shortly will arrive at Weirs Beach, home of the MV MT Washington.

MV MT Washington – Cruise

A wonderful cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee which is an Indian term meaning Beautiful Water in a High Place. Relax and enjoy this 72 square mile lake, the largest in New Hampshire. Fabulous sights with three mountain ranges surrounding the lake and 365 islands it is sure to be breathtaking.

Wolfeboro

Nestled on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee and surrounded by the pristine beauty of forests and mountains, Wolfeboro is a quintessential New England community with a rich heritage. Distinguished as “The Oldest Summer Resort in America,” Wolfeboro has grown to become a four-season vacation destination as well as a cherished home for full-time residents. Here you’ll find a myriad of shops, art galleries and museums, as well as a tempting array of restaurants, bed and breakfasts and inns.

Castle in the Clouds

After earning his fortune in the shoe industry at the turn of the 20th century, Tom Plant focused his attention on the Ossipee Mountains in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. In 1913-1914, Tom and his wife Olive built a unique and stunning country estate, which they called Lucknow. The property spanned 6,300 acres and featured a 16-room Arts and Crafts mansion, stable and six car garage, two gate houses, a greenhouse, a golf course and tennis court, a man-made lake, a boathouse on Lake Winnipesaukee, and miles of carriage and bridle trials. For several years the Plants enjoyed a luxurious lifestyle at Lucknow, with state-of-the-art amenities, beautiful hand-made furnishings, and a large staff to run the estate.

Mount Washington Cog Railroad

Experience a sense of adventure and history on the Cog Railway’s 3-hour round-trip to the top of Mount Washington. This scenic train ride allows visitors to take in the spectacular panoramic view, spanning the White Mountains of New Hampshire and all of the Northeastern United States.

Maple Sugaring Tour at The Rocks

Learn the history of maple sugaring, from the times of Native Americans to present day. This informative presentation, held in the Education Center, demonstrates how to tap a maple tree, as well as how the sap is collected and processed using the traditional method of boiling. Then, you’ll be treated to a taste of maple syrup (with sour pickles to cut the sweetness).

Littleton, NH

Nestled in the shadow of New Hampshire’s majestic White Mountains, vibrant Littleton offers something for everyone—a wealth of excellent dining options, art galleries, unique shops and historic buildings…all in a picturesque riverside setting.

New Hampshire State House

The New Hampshire State House was built between 1816 and 1819 on land donated by the City of Concord, and constructed of granite taken from Concord’s Rattlesnake Hill and supplied at the city’s expense. As the first substantial granite building in the state, the building stood as a showpiece for Concord’s booming granite industry. It was built according to designs by Stuart J. Park, then New England’s top expert on granite construction, and its stone was split and hammered by inmates at the state prison.

Time Location
6:00am  Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$980

Double
$770

Triple
$700

Quad
$665

Price subject to change.

September

Civil War Trail
Manassas, Harper’s Ferry, Antietam & Gettysburg
September 6 (Tue) – 8 (Thu), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Tuesday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Manassas, VA

Manassas National Battlefield Park – Guided Tour

Lunch included at City Grille

Ben Lomond Historical Site

Depart for Frederick, MD

Check in to hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hampton Inn Frederick

Dinner on own

Day 2                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Harper’s Ferry – Guided Tour

Lunch on own in Harper’s Ferry

Antietam – Guided Battlefield Tour

Dinner included at Dutch’s Daughter

Day 3                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart to Gettysburg, PA

Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor’s Center – Film “A New Birth of Freedom”, Museum & Cyclorama

Guided Tour of Gettysburg Battlefield

Lunch and time on own

Depart Gettysburg

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 6:30pm

Manassas National Battlefield Park

The Manassas national Battlefield Park was established in 1940 to preserve the scene of two major Civil War battles. Located a few miles north of the prized railroad junction of Manassas, Virginia, the peaceful Virginia countryside bore witness to clashes between the armies of the North & South in 1861 & 1862. Today, more than 5,000 acres comprise the battlefield park, allowing the visitor to go explore the historic terrain where men fought and died for their beliefs a century ago.

Ben Lomond Historical Site

Ben Lomond and its outbuildings were constructed for Benjamin Tasker Chinn in 1832. Confederate forces used Ben Lomond as a hospital following the 1861 Battle of First Manassas. Signatures of Federal soldiers who occupied the property in 1862 are still visible inside the house. Tour the house, where you can smell, touch, hear and taste history. Then see the restored slave quarter, smokehouse and dairy and enjoy the fragrant Rose Garden.

Harper’s Ferry

The site of the famous John Brown’s Raid in 1859, it also changed hands throughout the Civil War.  When Lee was preparing to take the war to the north – also known as Lee’s first invasion of the north – he sent Stonewall Jackson to capture Harpers Ferry in September of 1862 just prior to the Battle of Antietam.

Antietam

The Bloodiest Day in American History–Hope for Freedom . 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after twelve hours of savage combat on September 17, 1862. The Battle of Antietam ended the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia’s first invasion into the North and led Abraham Lincoln to issue
the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation.

Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor’s Center – Film “A New Birth of Freedom”, Museum & Cyclorama

The Battle of Gettysburg marked the turning point of the Civil War. With more than 50,000 estimated casualties, the three-day engagement was the bloodiest single battle of the conflict. See the “A New Birth of Freedom” film, experience the iconic Gettysburg Cyclorama painting and journey through the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War. Step onto the hallowed ground and enrich your experience as you make stops at some of the battlefields’ most iconic locations.

Time Location
6:00am  William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$658

Double
$515

Triple
$476

Quad
$457

Price subject to change.

Mackinac Island & Frankenmuth, MI
September 10 (Sat) – September 15 (Thu), 2022
6 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Saturday

Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Lunch on own

Arrive Toledo, OH – Check into hotel – One (1) Night

Dinner on own

Day 2                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Dearborn, MI

Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village

Guided Frankenmuth City Tour

Free time on own in Frankenmuth

Check into hotel – One (1) Night – Bavarian Inn

Dinner included at the Bavarian Inn Restaurant

Day 3                    Monday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart for Mackinaw City, MI

Ferry to Mackinac Island

Free afternoon on the Island

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Bicycle Street Inn

Dinner is included at the hotel

Day 4                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

Old Fort Mackinac

Lunch included at the Grand Hotel

Free afternoon and dinner on own

Day 5                    Wednesday

Breakfast at hotel

Return Ferry to Mackinaw City

Colonial Fort Michilmackinac

Depart for Toledo, OH – Check into hotel – One (1) Night

Dinner included at Tony Packo’s

Day 6                    Thursday

Breakfast at hotel

Lunch stop on own

Fast Food dinner stop

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:30pm

Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village

Experience firsthand the sights, sounds and sensations of America’s fascinating formation, where over 80 acres brim with resourcefulness and ingenuity. Here, 300 years of American perseverance serve as a living reminder that anything is possible. Step foot in the lab where Thomas Edison had his lightbulb
moment or the workshop where the Wright brothers taught us to reach for the sky. Take a ride in a real Model T, or a walk through four working farms. Rub shoulders with world-class artisans, and explore the place where America’s can-do spirit inspires you to go out and get it done.

Guided Frankenmuth City Tour

Known as “Little Bavaria” by more than three million who cross its cobblestone paths and covered wooden bridge each year, this tiny German town defines iconic.

Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

Since motor vehicles are not permitted to intrude on the natural beauty of Mackinac Island, there is no better way to visit this historic isle and see the legendary points of interest than by carriage.

Old Fort Mackinac

The cannon blasts, the rifles fire, the soldiers march and history comes alive. The oldest building in Michigan and 13 other historical structures boast exhibits explaining everything from military training and battles to medical treatments to family life within the fort. More than just a military outpost, Fort Mackinac served as a home for soldiers and their families and eventually the headquarters for Mackinac National Park, where tourists to the island visited the great
fortress on the bluff, much like they do today.

The Grand Hotel

Colonial Fort Michilmackinac

Reconstructed 1715 French fur-trading village and military outpost, later occupied by British military and traders. Today features re-enactments from British 1770s occupation/American Revolution era.

Time Location
6:00am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:20am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$2,339

Double
$1,749

Triple
$1,515

Quad
$1,395

Price subject to change.

Niagara Falls, NY
Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino
September 19 (Mon) – 21 (Wed), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Corning, NY

Corning Museum of Glass

Time for lunch on own

Arrive Niagara Falls, NY

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino

Dinner & evening on own

Day 2                    Tuesday

Breakfast on own

Admission to: Maid of the Mist, Cave of the Winds & Trolley

Afternoon and lunch on own

Return to hotel

Dinner & evening on own

Day 3                   Wednesday

Breakfast on own

Arrive Lewiston, NY

New York Power Authority / Niagara Power Vista

Arrive Batavia, NY

Lunch on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:00pm

Corning Museum of Glass

The Corning Museum of Glass cares for and displays the world’s best collection of art and historical glass. When you visit, you’ll see more than 3,500 years of history displayed in the Glass Collection Galleries, from the glass portrait of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh to contemporary sculpture made in glass. You can learn about the science and technology behind innovations in glass through hands-on exhibits in our Innovation Center. There, you can explore the concepts behind optics, vessels, and windows, and meet the innovators who have changed our world using glass.

Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino

The time of your life happens here, at the Niagara Falls casino that redefines excitement. Once you’ve had your fill of the region’s spectacular attractions, it’s time to put your luck to the test in this worldclass casino. Seneca Niagara offers endless ways to win with the most sought after slot, table, keno, and poker games in New York. Feel the anticipation, experience the thrill, and claim your fortune at Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino.

*Casino Bonus: Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino
$30 Food Credits & $70 Free Slot Play (per person)

Passengers must be 21 years of age and over to qualify for any incentive and provide a valid government issued photo ID.

Food credit cannot be used at Tim Hortons or Morries Express

Casino bonuses are subject to change at any time.

All Casino incentive offers are loaded to guests Seneca Social Club cards upon arrival.

Cave of the Winds

Get closer to the Falls than ever imagined when you descend 175 feet into the Niagara Gorge and experience the power of the Falls from the Hurricane Deck.

Maid of the Mist

A favorite Niagara Falls State Park attraction for more than 150 years, the Maid of the Mist journey begins at the Observation Tower, where guests are given a souvenir rain poncho to wear and board the double-deck Maid of the Mist tour boat. From there, the boat ferries past the base of the American Falls, and onto the basin of Horseshoe Falls–the dramatic passage leading you through the roiling waterfall whitewater and massive rock formations. The Maid of the Mist returns guests to shore with newfound appreciation of the power and grandeur of Niagara Falls.

Niagara Scenic Trolley

This guided Niagara Falls Trolley gives passengers an overview of the park and offers historical anecdotes, fun facts, and tips for checking out the park’s most popular attractions.

The state-of-the-art Scenic Trolleys run on eco-friendly natural gas, are heated in the winter, and air-conditioned in summer to ensure the comfort of all of our visitors. The Niagara Falls Scenic Trolley is important part of Niagara Falls State Park’s “Green Park Project,” an award-winning program that has been honored with a Clean Air Excellence Award.

Niagara Falls State Park is ADA-compliant, and the Niagara Falls Trolley makes it easy for those with limited mobility to see all the incredible sights that the Park has to offer.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$717

Double
$525

Triple
$515

Price subject to change.

Scenic Cape Cod
Massachusetts
September 23 (Fri) – 25 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Mystic, CT

Lunch on own

Arrive Hyannis

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights  – Holiday Inn – Hyannis

Dinner and time on own – Main Street Hyannis

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided Tour from Hyannis to Provincetown

Lunch and free time in Provincetown

Dune Tour

Dinner included at Hearth & Kettle

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

1 Hour Harbor Cruise

Lunch on own in the waterfront district of Hyannis

Depart Hyannis, MA

Fast Food stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 7:30pm

Main Street Hyannis

Main Street Hyannis is an interesting and eclectic all-American Main Street that is a wonderful place to visit to shop, dine and be entertained. With specialty shops, restaurants and fun attractions, there is something for everyone on Main Street in internationally known, downtown Hyannis. Visit the JFK Hyannis Museum, shop for Nantucket Reds or sea glass jewelry, enjoy barbecue on the patio, hear jazz over martinis…all on Main Street.

Guided Tour from Hyannis to Provincetown

Provincetown is at the northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The seaside town is on the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620, commemorated by the towering Pilgrim Monument and neighboring Provincetown Museum. Numerous galleries plus restaurants, nightclubs, cabarets and specialty shops
are clustered on and around lively Commercial Street.

Dune Tour

Imagine dunes stretching as far as you can see with wispy beach grass, dark green pine trees and deep red beach plums nestled in hollows which are brought together by a silhouette of blue sky. You will travel through the majestic dunes where your guide points out the “dune shacks” where famous artists
and writers like Eugene O’Neill and Harry Kemp became inspired to create their art. You will also pass the remains of the Peaked Hill Life Saving Station and learn how the brave “life savers” enacted their heroic efforts to save the lives of thousands from the doomed shipwrecks. You will be amazed at what
you will see on this incredibly scenic sand dune tour.

Harbor Cruise

Enjoy a one hour narrated harbor cruise aboard a replica of a Maine Coastal Steamer. See pristine shorelines, Hyannis Yacht Club, scenic harbor islands and the best view of the Kennedy Compound. Hear the history and stories of the town’s most famous residents.

Time Location
6:00am  Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$694

Double
$536

Triple
$495

Quad
$470

Price subject to change.

“I Love Lucy”
Jamestown, NY
September 30 (Fri) – October 2 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Corning, NY

Corning Museum of Glass

Time for lunch on own

Arrive Jamestown, NY

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Holiday Inn Express

Dinner included at the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel

Day 2                  Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided Tour of Lucy Town

Lucy Desi Museum & Desilu Studios

Lunch Cruise aboard the Chautauqua Belle

Grape Discovery Center

Dinner included at Webb’s Captain’s Table

Day 3                  Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

National Comedy Center

Lunch on own in Jamestown, NY

Dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 9:00pm

Corning Museum of Glass

The Corning Museum of Glass cares for and displays the world’s best collection of art and historical glass. When you visit, you’ll see more than 3,500 years of history displayed in the Glass Collection Galleries, from the glass portrait of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh to contemporary sculpture made in glass. You can learn about the science and technology behind innovations in glass through hands-on exhibits in our Innovation Center. There, you can explore the concepts behind optics, vessels, and windows, and meet the innovators who have changed our world using glass.

Guided Tour of Lucy Town

See Jamestown, New York through the eyes of Lucy. This “Lucy Town Tour”, will take you to places of significance to Lucille Ball. You will see the house that she was born in, the house where she grew up, the cemetery where she and her family are at rest, and much more.

Lucy Desi Museum & Desilu Studios

A knowledgeable tour guide will take you back to the filming of I Love Lucy. Devoted to the I Love Lucy TV series, Desilu Studios features complete re-creations of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo’s New York City apartment and the Hollywood hotel suite. You’ll also find an interactive Vitameatavegamin set, a screening area, original scripts, and showcases filled with vintage memorabilia as well as costumes that were worn on the show.

Chautauqua Belle

Prepare to embark on a steamship adventure on the Chautauqua Belle. Taking you back more than 100 years ago when steam powered a rising country! Crossings daily – come and enjoy yourself on the largest vessel on Chautauqua Lake! All regular Steamship Adventures will include a narration explaining
the amazing story behind how Chautauqua Lake played a huge and amazing role in the development of our country.

Grape Discovery Center

The Grape Discovery Center is the official Visitor’s Center for the Lake Erie Concord Grape Belt, where you can experience and learn about all things grape. The Visitor’s center, gift shop, tasting room, and exhibit area are designed to tell the story of over 150 years of grape-growing in the Lake Erie Grape Region, home to more than 20 wineries and 30,000 acres of vineyards in the oldest and largest Concord grape growing region in the world. Enjoy a glass of wine or grape juice with friends in the Tasting Bar or on the Steve Baran Memorial Patio nestled beside a Concord vineyard. The Tasting Bar features local artisanal cheeses, cured meats, snacks, grape juice, and a weekly selection of wines from Lake Erie Wine Country.

National Comedy Center

Based on the vision of Jamestown native Lucille Ball for her hometown to become a destination for comedy, the National Comedy Center showcases comedy’s great minds and unique voices in ways that engage, inspire, educate and entertain. Opened in August 2018, the museum complex offers an unprecedented visitor experience using state-of-the-art technology, interactivity and personalization to create the first true 21st Century museum environment. Over 50 immersive exhibits with the 37,000-square-foot facility enable visitors to take an interactive journey through comedy history, from early
vaudeville to the latest viral memes.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$715

Double
$571

Triple
$525

Quad
$499

Price subject to change.

October

Haunted Happenings in New England
October 7 (Fri) – 9 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Mystic, CT

Lunch on own at Olde Mystic Village

Arrive Fall River, MA

Tour of the Lizzie Borden House

Roger Williams Zoo – Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular – Dinner included

Arrive Billerica, MA

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hampton Inn

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Arrive Salem, MA to the site of “Haunted Happenings”

Salem Witch Museum

Guided walking orientation to Salem “the Witch City”

Live Performance of “Cry Innocent”

Lunch and free time to experience “Haunted Happenings” on your own

Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour

Return to hotel

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Guided Walking Tour of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

Lunch on own in Tarrytown

Tour Lyndhurst Castle

Depart Tarrytown

Approximate arrival to Lehigh Valley at 6:30pm

Lizzie Borden House

The Lizzie Borden House is the site of one of the most famous crimes in American history! In 1892, a wealthy businessman and his wife were brutally murdered, and their youngest daughter Lizzie is accused. Did she do it? Hear the details that shocked the nation, tour the rooms where the evidence
was found, and you decide if Lizzie is guilty.

Roger Williams Zoo – Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular

After your meal you will be escorted to the park entrance for priority admission to the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular! You will be delighted & amazed by this breathtaking display of thousands of illuminated jack-o-lanterns lining the park’s trail.

Haunted Happenings

Salem’s connection to Halloween begins with the tragic events that unfolded during the Salem Witch Trials. The 19 innocent victims who lost their lives in 1692 were not witches, they were only so accused due to Puritan beliefs of the time. The Salem Witch Trials were later revived with Arthur Miller’s 1953 work, The Crucible, and again in 1992 during the tercentenary of the events and the unveiling of the Salem Witch Trials Memorial. By 1982, the City has planned the first Salem Haunted Happenings Festival during Halloween weekend. The festival was an effort to provide family-friendly events for guests who were interested in visiting the “Witch City.” Following the first festival’s success with about 50,000 guests in attendance, the annual event has continued to grow each season, drawing everyone from families, couples, history buffs, and Halloween enthusiasts from all over the world.

Salem Witch Museum

The Salem Witch Museum is a museum in Salem, MA about the Witch Trials of 1692. The museum is based on the actual documents of the trials.  A multi-sensory presentation including 13 life-sized stage settings that recreates the horrible and truthful events known as the Salem Witch Trials.

Live Performance of “Cry Innocent”

The audience is the jury at the trial of Bridget Bishop, accused of witchcraft. Hear the testimony, ask the questions, and you decide the verdict – innocent or guilty?

Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour

The engaging and often ghostly guides creatively convey Salem’s authentic haunted history.

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

Trace the footsteps of Washington Irving’s most famous character Ichabod Crane in “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” as you walk to the author’s final resting place.

Lyndhurst Castle

One of America’s finest Gothic Revival Mansions, overlooking the Hudson River; your tour will have a Halloween twist – the lower rooms will be decorated with seasonal Halloween trimmings, including the grand Victorian dining room. The second floor rooms will be viewed in their traditional splendor.

Time Location
6:10am  Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$806

Double
$664

Triple
$630

Quad
$615

Price subject to change.

DC Wine Country
Loudoun County, VA
October 17 (Mon) – 18 (Tue), 2022
2 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Monday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Purcellville, VA

Winery Tour & Tasting at Walsh Family Wine

Lunch & time on own in Downtown Leesburg

Chocolate Making Class – at The Conche

Check in to hotel – One (1) Night – Hampton Inn & Suites – Leesburg, VA

Murder Mystery Dinner Show included at the Oatlands Historic House & Gardens

Day 2                    Tuesday

Breakfast at hotel

George C Marshall’s Dodona Manor – House & Garden Tour

Lunch included at Monk’s BBQ

Sangria Mixology Class at Bluemont Vineyards

Depart Bluemont, VA

Fast food dinner stop

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 9:00pm

Walsh Family Wine

Savor the views and tastes at Walsh Family Wine. Couple Nate & Sarah Walsh lease prime vineyards from farms throughout Loudoun, blend their classy vintages at this elegant tasting room in Hillsboro and pay tribute to the source farm on the labels of the bottles.

Chocolate Making Class – at The Conche

Named after the machine that helped revolutionize the chocolate industry, The Conche is a chocolate themed restaurant and shop located in the heart of The Village at Leesburg from Celebrity Chef Santosh Tiptur. The versatile restaurant serves as an interactive space where guests can indulge in sweet and savory dishes, decadent desserts, an assortment of handcrafted chocolates at the on-site Chocolate Shop, a full bar featuring chocolate-infused cocktails, a 300 square foot ‘Chocolate Lab’ which will host hands-on cooking classes for both children and adults, and a walk-up window inviting visitors to grab some of their favorite sweets and treats to-go!

George C Marshall’s Dodona Manor

The historic home turned museum of statesman General George C. Marshall, author of the Marshall Plan that rescued Europe after World War II. Walk the rooms of the 19th Century Greek revival Mansion where he and his wife worked, dined and entertained visiting dignitaries.

Bluemont Vineyards

Nestled on the first ridge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northern Virginia Wine Country, their tasting room is located 951 feet above sea level, with panoramic views of the gorgeous Loudoun Valley. Learn how to make and taste the perfect sangria.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$573

Double
$489

Triple
$461

Quad
$447

Price subject to change.

A New England Experience
Western Massachusetts
October 21 (Fri) – 23 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive South Deerfield, MA

Lunch and time on own at Yankee Candle Village

Tour of Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory

Historic Deerfield

Dinner included at Champney’s Restaurant at the Deerfield Inn

Arrive Chicopee, MA

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hampton Inn Chicopee/Springfield

Dinner and evening on own

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Springfield Museums

Lunch on own at onsite café

Storrowtown Village Museum

Dinner included at Steaming Tender Restaurant

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Quabbin Reservoir

Old Sturbridge Village – lunch on own

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 8:00pm

Yankee Candle Village

Far more than just a candle store, Yankee Candle® Village in South Deerfield, Massachusetts is one of New England’s favorite day trip destinations for the entire family, and a special place where magic comes to life with family-friendly events all year long. Not only will you find over 200 new, classic, and
limited-edition fragrances and candle accessories, but you can also personalize candles to capture cherished memories in scents and wax, catch snowflakes indoors at the Bavarian Village, satisfy your sweet tooth, shop for toys, gifts, home décor, and kitchen and garden items, and celebrate Christmas
every day.

Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory

Through the double doors lies the conservatory.  Your first glimpse is one of aw.  Some 3,000 butterflies of all colors, shapes, sizes and varieties go dancing past.  Flight Attendants are scattered throughout the conservatory, waiting to help you identify the many different butterflies.  Brilliantly colored koi rise to the surface of the pond to greet you.  Along the sides of the paths, we’ve tucked park benches for you to sit and relax and watch for as long as you need.

Historic Deerfield

Prepare to travel back in time with a visit to Historic Deerfield. Historic Deerfield Inc., founded in 1952, is an outdoor museum that interprets the history and culture of early New England and the Connecticut River Valley. Visitors can tour twelve carefully-preserved antique houses dating from 1730 to 1850, and explore world-class collections of regional furniture, silver, textiles, and other decorative arts on display in the authentic period houses and in the Flynt Center of Early New England Life, a state-of-the-art museum facility featuring exhibitions and a visible storage area.

Springfield Museums

Located in the heart of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts, the Springfield Museums offer access to five world-class museums, including the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum and the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden. The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, the newest museum on the Quadrangle, is devoted to Springfield native Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss! The first floor features interactive exhibits exploring Dr. Seuss’s Springfield roots and providing opportunities to experiment with new sounds and vocabulary, play rhyming games, and invent stories–all in line with Geisel’s revolutionary role in changing how we learn to read. The second floor, curated by Geisel’s two step daughters and great nephew, recreates Geisel’s studio and living room (with the furniture and art materials he actually used) and features never before publicly displayed art, family photographs and letters, and the original Geisel Grove sign which used to hang in Forest Park. You can even find Theophrastus, the toy stuffed dog Ted Geisel’s mother gave to him when he was a boy in Springfield.

Storrowtown Village Museum

Storrowton Village Museum is a reconstructed village of nine authentic 18th and 19th century buildings from Massachusetts and New Hampshire, assembled around a traditional town green. Located on the grounds of Eastern States Exposition and The Big E, the museum offers hands-on educational programs
and guided tours to share the history and traditions of New England.

Quabbin Reservoir

Today, along with the Wachusett Reservoir, it is the primary water supply for Boston, some 65 miles to the east. Construction of the Quabbin required impoundment of the Swift River and the taking of 4 towns. The four lost towns of the Quabbin Reservoir — Dana, Enfield, Greenwich, and Prescott — are not your typical “ghost towns.” You won’t find dusty streets, old saloons and blowing tumbleweeds here. After all, these ghost towns are underwater. The foundations remain, but their former residents have long since settled elsewhere.

Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, depicts a rural New England town of the 1830s. Step inside more than 40 original buildings, and explore homes, meetinghouses, a district school, country store, bank, working farm, three water-powered mills, and trade shops – all situated on more than 200 scenic acres. Talk with authentically costumed historians and see heritage breed farm animals. Discover the endless ways to immerse yourself in the Village.

Time Location
6:00am  Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)
6:20am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:40am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Price per person:

Single
$734

Double
$562

Triple
$504

Quad
$475

Price subject to change.

December

Coastal Virginia Holiday
Virginia Beach & Norfolk, VA
December 2 (Fri) – 4 (Sun), 2022
3 Day Tour

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Day 1                  Friday

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Depart Bethlehem, PA (L.V.I.P)

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Lunch stop on own

Arrive Virginia Beach, VA

Check into hotel – Two (2) Nights – Hyatt Place – Virginia Beach Town Center

Dinner on own at Virginia Beach Town Center

Chocolate tasting at The Royal Chocolate

Shop at local ornament shop Christmas Mouse

Ride through the Holiday Lights at the Beach

Day 2                    Saturday

Breakfast at hotel

Cape Henry Lighthouse (Photo ID is required for all over the age 16)

Guided tour of Virginia Beach

Lunch on own at Beach Bully BBQ

Riding tour of Norfolk

Tour the Chrysler Museum

Self-Guided tour of Nauticus featuring the Battleship Wisconsin

WinterFest on the Wisconsin

Dinner included at Stripers Restaurant

Day 3                    Sunday

Breakfast at hotel

Depart hotel for Richmond, VA

Tour Maymont Mansion

Lunch on own in CaryTown

Fast food dinner stop on own

Approximate arrival to Lehigh Valley at 9:00pm

The Royal Chocolate

See all the royal treats from gourmet caramel and chocolate dipped apples, to beautiful gift baskets filled with exquisite chocolates and more. Enjoy your national favorites, your favorites from around the world and their own special collection of handmade Royal Chocolates made with real Belgian chocolate.

Christmas Mouse

The Christmas Mouse has nine year round locations, plus temporary shops open during the peak holiday season. They are all richly decorated with an assortment of over 30,000 different ornaments, collectibles and accessories. Located on 11th and Atlantic, the store in Virginia Beach, Virginia is just a
block from the Atlantic Ocean. In the midst of what seems like a thousand surf shops, Christmas Mouse provides shoppers with a great selection of Christmas ornaments and decorations. Take home one of the many personalized Christmas ornaments to remember your vacation.

Holiday Lights at the Beach

We’ll drive the bus ON THE BOARDWALK through Nautical, Holiday, and Adventure Lands with a soundtrack signal playing traditional Holiday music on the radio. Festive fish, musical crabs, and hardworking elves – all in brightly colored lights against the moonlit Atlantic Ocean – are the stars of Bay Port Credit Union Holiday Lights at the Beach. They are joined by light-up Santa and a 40-foot tall Christmas tree erected on the beach and in the beautiful parks along the Virginia Beach Boardwalk. The light display includes archways along the entire length of the spectacular light display with fish swimming overhead and spectacular light tunnels to drive through. Military tributes to the region’s strong Armed Forces community are featured prominently throughout the display.

Cape Henry Lighthouse

While the original Cape Henry Lighthouse is the 4th oldest lighthouse in the country, it was the first lighthouse authorized by the U.S. government, dating from 1792. It was the first federal construction project authorized by President George Washington after the Revolutionary War. In 1881, a newer lighthouse was constructed 350 feet from the original. The Cape Henry Lighthouse has long served to protect and guide vessels entering and leaving the Chesapeake Bay. Today two lighthouses stand at Cape Henry, guardians to the gateway of the Chesapeake Bay. They have been placed on the US National Register of Historic Places and have been designated as a National Historic Landmark.

Chrysler Museum

This museum is hailed as one of the top 20 art museums in the country by The Wall Street Journal. The museum’s collection of objects, paintings, photography, glass, sculpture and decorative arts spans almost 5,000 years of the history of art.

Nauticus featuring the Battleship Wisconsin & Winterfest

The Battleship Wisconsin is the largest battleship that served in WWII, the Korean War and the Persian Gulf War.

Nauticus’ WinterFest on the Wisconsin returns to the Downtown Norfolk waterfront this holiday season with new, uniquely themed light zones, below deck tours, live music & entertainment, a never-beforeseen Santa Experience, and a new restaurant inside the Battleship Wisconsin’s historic wardroom.

Maymont Mansion

Step back in time to the Victorian era with a visit to the Maymont Mansion, the opulent home of James and Sallie Dolley. Experience the grandeur of the Holiday season with a costumed mansion tour. Christmas at Maymont is simply magical!

CaryTown

Carytown, nestled in the heart of Richmond, with a focus on small, locally owned businesses, this unique shopping, dining, and entertainment district offers more than 16 restaurants. Save room for dessert! Carytown has three candy stores, four ice cream shops, two bakeries, and three cupcake shops, all tucked between charming boutiques and galleries.

Time Location
6:10am William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1
6:30am Bethlehem, PA (LVIP)
6:50am Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Price per person:

Single
$752

Double
$620

Triple
$575

Quad
$555

Price subject to change.



Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made 45 days or more prior to departure: A full refund, minus non-refundable prepaid payments made to hotels, restaurants, attractions and vendors. Cancellations made 8-44 days prior to departure: A 10% cancellation fee and non-refundable prepaid payments will be deducted from refund. Cancellations made 1-7 days prior to departure: A 25% cancellation fee and non-refundable prepaid payments will be deducted from refund. Cancellations made on day of departure or a no show: No refund will be given. Cancellation fees and/or non-refundable prepaid payments cannot be transferred to another tour. Refunds will be processed within 30 days after the tour returns.

Travel Insurance

Trans-Bridge Tours, Inc. strongly recommends travel insurance to protect your investment; unforeseen circumstances may occur. Travel insurance protects you from two types of financial losses: the money you invest in the tour and medical expenses that your health insurance may not cover. When travel insurance is not purchased, customer will personally assume full responsibility for any financial loss associated with their travel arrangements. Trans-Bridge Tours, Inc. is not responsible for any financial loss due to customer cancelling their tour. Any questions regarding travel insurance coverage must be addressed with the travel insurance company. For travel insurance information, click here.

Disclaimer
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