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2024 Tours

June

Cape May Land & Sea
June 15, 2024 (Sat)
$130 Adult / $124 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, 2 ½ hour Dolphin Watch Cruise, Free Time at Washington Street Mall area for lunch, shopping and exploring the town.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Quakertown, PA (Park & Ride Route 663)

Arrive Cape May, NJ

Dolphin Watch Cruise

Free time on own at Washington Street Mall

Depart Cape May, NJ

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 8:00pm

Cape May Whale Watcher

Experience Cape May in a completely new way! Join us aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher for a 2 hour Dolphin Watch Cruise as we cruise around the island of Cape May, NJ. See Victorian homes, Cape May Lighthouses and many other points of interest as your Captain narrates the tour with historical facts.

Along the way, we will encounter the dolphins, which have made this trip famous. See our local dolphins in their pristine environment and learn about their habits and habitat all while enjoying our large, comfortable super cruiser and a Danish with coffee or juice, which is included.

Washington Street Mall

The shops of Cape May’s Washington Street Mall are privately or family owned. Several have been in the same families for generations. Awnings are still cranked down to shelter merchandise from the morning sun. Merchants can still be seen sweeping the sidewalks in front of their shops. Ice cream parlors, sidewalk cafes, and restaurants are everywhere offering an oasis of refreshment. Flowers abound. In the summer, the Mall is the place to explore and shop or eat. Enjoy the many find stores and restaurants on Cape Mays Washington Street Mall, where shopping and dining is a pleasure. With knowledgeable merchants, many special services and a large variety of merchandise at great prices, you will discover Cape May’s year round charm. In addition to its charming old buildings, Cape May’s Washington Street Mall boasts several architecturally significant buildings and contains the largest collection of wealthy Victorian summer cottages and hotels in existence.

Price subject to change

“The Full Monty”
at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
June 19, 2024 (Wed)
$147 Adult

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Price includes transportation, lunch, and show.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre – Lancaster, PA

Buffet Lunch included

Show “The Full Monty”

Depart Lancaster, PA

Approximate return to the Lehigh Valley area at 5:45 pm

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre

The Dutch Apple Dinner Theater is located in the heart of Lancaster County.  It features professional, full-length Broadway musicals and comedies and delicious meals. Now, in its 37th year, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre consistently provides top quality productions, award-winning food and exceptional service to over 150,000 guests annually. The theatre seats 328 and features a simple yet sophisticated charm you won’t find in many theatres.

“The Full Monty”

A funny and heartfelt story about six unemployed steel workers who come up with a bold way to make some quick cash. In the process, they find renewed self-esteem, friendship, have fun, and triumph over their nerves…and their clothes!

 Rated PG-13 for mature themes and language.

Approximate Run Time: 2 Hours and 15 Minutes

Price subject to change

Longwood Gardens
Festival of Fountains
June 22, 2024 (Sat)
$99 Adult / $96 Senior (62+) / $80 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and admission to Longwood Gardens.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Quakertown, PA (Park & Ride Route 663)

Arrive Kennett Square, PA

Free time on your own at Longwood Gardens

Depart Kennett Square, PA

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley Area at 6:30pm

Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens is one of the world’s greatest gardens. Longwood’s story is one of legacy, innovation, and stewardship. The Gardens of a living expression of all that our founder, Pierre S du Pont, found inspiring, meaningful, and beautiful. From the intricate fountain systems to the meticulous gardens to the architectural grandeur, awe-inspiring discoveries await at every turn. Years before it was a public garden, the land on which Longwood Gardens stands was home to the native Lenni Lenape tribe and Quaker farmers. Since then, the land has undergone significant transformation to become a magnificent property that is enjoyed by more than a million guests each year.

Festival of Fountains

Stroll through our gardens awash in brilliantly blooming annuals and perennials, or find a quiet, shaded spot among our towering trees to our serene woodland paths. Looking to make a splash? Head to our spectacular Main Fountain Garden, where fountains spin and soar during our daily fountain performances, giving “refreshing” a whole new meaning.

Dining Options

The Café features a selection of ready-to-eat sandwiches & salads, hot entrée selections, freshly prepared desserts, and of course, the famous Longwood Gardens Mushroom Soup. Children’s meals available.

Visiting Tips

Wear Comfortable shoes and dress for the outdoors. Longwood Gardens is a rain or shine, indoor and outdoor experience.

 Motorized scooters and wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Visitor Center for a minimal fee.

Price subject to change

9/11 Memorial & Museum
June 23, 2024 (Sun)
$116 Adult / $109 Senior (65+) / $98 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and timed-entrance admission to 9/11 Museum (group must enter together), Memorial & Museum Store, lunch on own and free time to explore the area.

This is a Walking Tour.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York, NY – 9/11 Memorial & Museum – 11:00am timed entry

Free time on your own at 9/11 Memorial & Museum

Depart New York, NY

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley Area  at 6:15pm

9/11 Memorial Museum

The Museum displays artifacts associated with the events of 9/11, while presenting stories of loss and recovery. The National September 11 Memorial Museum serves as the country’s principle institution concerned with exploring implications of the events of 9/11, documenting the impact of those events and deploring 9/11’s continuing significance. The Museum’s 110,000 square feet of exhibition space is located within the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center site-telling the story of 9/11 through multimedia displays, archives, narratives and a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts. The loves of every victim of the 2001 and 1993 attacks will be commemorated as visitors have the opportunity to learn about the men, women, and children who died.

9/11 Memorial

Your ticket also includes this tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools are each nearly an acre in size and feature the largest manmade waterfalls in the North America. The pools sit within the footprints where the Twin Towers once stood. The names of every person who died in the 2001 and 1993 attaches are inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial pools, a powerful reminder of the largest loss of life resulting from a foreign attach on American soil and the greatest single loss of rescue personnel in American history.

Nearby Attractions

● One World Observatory – World Trade Center ● The Oculus
● Westfield World Trade Center Mall ● World Trade Center Station
● St. Paul’s Chapel ● Trinity Church

Price subject to change

July

Point Pleasant, NJ
& Jenkinson’s Aquarium
July 8, 2024 (Mon)
$108 Adult / $103 Senior (62+) / $90 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, 10:15am timed-entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium and free time at beach & boardwalk. Beach fee included in price.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Point Pleasant Beach, NJ – Jenkinson’s Aquarium

Timed-entry to Aquarium at 10:15am

Point Pleasant Beach, NJ – Free time at the beach & boardwalk

Depart Point Pleasant, NJ

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium

Jenkinson’s Aquarium is a privately owned facility located on the boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.

Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitats and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank, allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from a sea star to a sting ray!

Jenkinson’s Beach & Boardwalk

Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach Prices

Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first-served basis. Beach chairs are $10.00 and umbrellas are $11.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach Rules & Regulations

  • Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges.
  • Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
  • Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
  • NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.

Price subject to change

River Lady Cruise & Smithville Village
July 17, 2024 (Wed)
$157 Adult

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Price includes round trip transportation, an extended luncheon cruise aboard River Lady Paddlewheel Riverboat and free time in Smithville Village

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

River Lady Paddlewheel Riverboat Lunch Cruise

Arrive Smithville Village – Smithville, NJ – time on own

Depart Smithville Village – Smithville, NJ

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 7:30pm

River Lady Paddleboat Luncheon Cruise

Come sail with us for an elegant lunch, as we cruise on the beautiful Toms River and Barnegat Bay for 3hrs. The captain will present a fascinating extended narration, of the history of this lovely area. Enjoy a delicious meal, which features your choice of five entrees, complete from salad to dessert.

Sample lunch menu choices: Chicken Marsala, Chicken Francese, Filet of Salmon, or Penne Vodka. All meals come complete with salad, vegetables, potato, bread and butter. Coffee and tea served with dessert. There is a cash bar with beer, champagne, wine and soft drinks.

Smithville Village

Historic Smithville started as a simple, one room, stagecoach stop. Over the last 50 years, it has blossomed into a wonderful memory-making way to spend a day or two! When entering any of our 60 shoppes you will feel the hometown, small business feel. Wander along our cobblestone walkways and over our footbridges to discover a village that seems as if it were frozen in time. The carefully manicured grounds and attention to detail make Historic Smithville a breath of fresh air and a place you will want to visit again and again.

Price subject to change

Metropolitan Museum of Art & The Cloisters
July 23, 2024 (Tue)
$133 Adult / $124 Senior (65+) / $109 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, Guided Highlights Tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and a self-guided tour at the Cloisters.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York, NY

Met Museum of Art – One Hour Guided Highlights Tour

Free time on own at the Met – lunch on own

Self-guided tour of the Cloisters

Depart New York, NY

Approximate return to the Lehigh Valley Area at 7:15pm

The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is located at Fifth Ave and 82nd St. in New York City. Its collection includes more than three million works of art spanning 5,000 years of world culture, from prehistory to the present. There are 3 levels. Ground Level includes Costume Institute, The Robert Lehman Collection, The Uris Center, Auditorium and Library. The first floor houses the American Wing, Arms and Armor, Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas, Egyptian Art, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, Great Hall, Greek and Roman Art, Medieval Art, The Robert Lehman Collection and 20th Century Art. The second floor consists of The American Wing, Ancient Near Eastern Art, Asian Art, Chinese Art, Drawings, Prints and Photographs, European Paintings, Greek and Roman Art, Islamic Art, Japanese Art, Musical Instruments, 19th Century European Paintings and Sculpture, 20th Century Art, and South and Southeast Asian Art.

The Cloisters

The Cloisters is the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. It was assembled from architectural elements, both domestic and religious, that date from the twelfth through the fifteenth century. The building and its cloistered gardens—located in Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan—are treasures in themselves, effectively part of the collection housed there.

Accessibility at The Met Cloisters is somewhat limited for wheelchair and stroller users and others who need step-free access due to the building’s landmark status. A free shuttle service is available to visitors requiring step-free access to enter the building.

The Met Dining Options

 

The American Wing Cafe

This soaring pavilion with views of American masterworks is a great spot to enjoy coffee, wine, beer, or another beverage with a snack.

 

Petrie Court Cafe

This cafe—located in a spectacular sculpture gallery—offers drinks and light fare.

 

Great Hall Balcony Cafe

Convenient pick-me-ups including bánh mì sandwiches, sushi, light snacks, and beverages.

 

The Met Dining Room

Enjoy an upscale meal with views of Central Park, featuring a seasonal menu from chef Bill Telepan. Reservations are strongly recommended. Use OpenTable, call (212) 570-3975

 

The Cantor Roof Garden Bar

Enjoy cocktails and snacks with a stunning view of Central Park, and magical sunsets on Friday and Saturday evenings in the summer and early fall. The Roof Garden may close on short notice due to bad weather.

 

Cloisters Dining Options

 

Trie Cafe

The Met Cloisters’ Trie Cafe menu evokes the exhibition Rich Man, Poor Man with special food and drink.

Accessibility

The Met Fifth Avenue

Accessible entrances are located at Fifth Avenue and 81st Street.

The Met Cloisters

Accessibility at The Met Cloisters is somewhat limited for wheelchair users and others who need step-free access due to the building’s landmark status. From the main entrance to the admissions desk there are approximately 60 stairs as well as smaller staircases and cobblestones when exiting the Museum. A free shuttle service is available to visitors requiring step-free access to enter the building.

Price subject to change

August

Coney Island – Free Time on Own
August 12, 2024 (Mon)
$90 Adult / $85 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and free time on own at Coney Island.

*Day is on own. Plan ahead with any attractions tickets and reservations you wish to visit.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Brooklyn, NY – Free time on own at Coney Island

Depart Brooklyn, NY

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 8:00pm

Coney Island

Located just a little over an hour from the glitz and glamour of Manhattan, you can be transported to the old-school amusement of Brooklyn’s storied Coney Island. The destination offers thrills, sun, surf and a unique brand of entertainment that will feel worlds away from the rest of the City. Home to the Cyclone (the legendary wooden roller coaster) and Luna Park amusement park, the New York Aquarium, the original Nathan’s Famous, the Brooklyn Cyclones minor league baseball team, a world-renowned boardwalk and, of course, beautiful Atlantic beaches.

Drop-off / Pick-up Location

The bus will drop off and pickup at 1904 Surf Ave.

Rides & Attractions

Food

Coney Island is the birthplace of the hot-dog, and there is no shortage of places to eat here. Some favorites are:

Tom’s Coney Island – 1229 Boardwalk W.

Footprints Cafe – 1521 Surf Ave.

Gargiulo’s – 2911 West 15th Street

Parkview Diner – 2939 Cropsey Ave.

Nathan’s Famous – 1310 Surf Ave. & 1129 Boardwalk

Totonnos Pizzeria Napolitano – 1524 Neptune Ave.

Ruby’s Bar and Grill – 1213 Riegelmann Boardwalk

Beaches

Coney Island and Coney Island Boardwalk – located on Atlantic Ocean, from W. 37th Street to Ocean Parkway

Brighton Beach – located on Atlantic Ocean, from Ocean Parkway to Corbin Place

Price subject to change

Gettysburg: A Civilian Experience
August 16, 2024 (Fri)
$158 Adult / $153 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, admission to Gettysburg Beyond the Battle Museum with educational program, Guided Battlefield tour focusing on the civilians, Jennie Wade House, Shriver House Museum and a boxed lunch.

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Gettysburg Beyond the Battle Museum with educational program and museum visit

Boxed lunch included

Licensed Battlefield Guide with focus on the civilians

Jennie Wade House

Guided tour at Shriver House Museum

Depart Gettysburg, PA

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 7:45pm

Caught in the crossfire between two massive armies, hundreds of ordinary Americans were forced to make life-or-death decisions. Some survived unscathed – others did not. When the battle ended, devastating scenes awaited.  Men, women, and children cared for thousands of wounded soldiers, buried the dead, and rebuilt a war-torn community.

Through a unique set of tour offerings, we invite you to fully immersive yourself in their remarkable stories.

Gettysburg Beyond the Battle Museum

Beyond the Battle Museum exhibits tell the remarkable story of ordinary eyewitnesses and their extraordinary experiences before, during, and after the Civil War. Through twelve interactive exhibit galleries packed with rare artifacts, the museum explores the story of Gettysburg like you’ve never seen or heard it before.

Licensed Battlefield Guide

Depart on a guided battlefield tour focusing on farms and families impacted by the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg.

Jennie Wade House

Learn the story of the only civilian to be killed during the Battle of Gettysburg. Authentically furnished from cellar to attic, the Jennie Wade House is a shrine to Jennie and to life during the American Civil War. Just 20 years old at the time of the Battle, Jennie was kneading dough in the kitchen when a rifle bullet pierced two doors and claimed her life.

Shriver House Museum

Travel back in time with a guide in period attire as you walk through the Shrivers’ meticulously restored 1860 home to learn the other side of the story – the civilian side of the Battle of Gettysburg. Connect to the past while you listen to the story of George, Hettie, Sadie (7) and Mollie (5) unfold as you move from room to room to appreciate what life was like before, during, and after the Civil War.

Price subject to change

September

Circle Line Cruise & Little Italy
September 5, 2024 (Thu)
$129 Adult / $116 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, Best of NYC Cruise and time on own in Little Italy.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Pier 83 West 42nd Street – New York, NY

Board Circle Line Cruise – 2 1/2 Hour Best of NYC Cruise

Depart New York, NY
Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 6:30pm

Circle Line Cruise – Best of NYC Cruise

Experience the only sightseeing cruise in New York City that completely circumnavigates the island of Manhattan.

You’ll cruise along all three NYC rivers, pass under 20 bridges and see over 130 of the city’s most iconic landmarks including the full Manhattan skyline, the impressive One World Trade Center, the growing Brooklyn waterfront, the legendary Yankee Stadium, beautiful Gracie Mansion, the stately George Washington Bridge and, of course, an up close look at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island!

All from the comfort of our state-of-the-art boats.

Our world-famous tour guides tell the story of New York City as you journey around the full island and enjoy the best sightseeing experience NYC has to offer!

Little Italy

Walking beside the narrow, cobblestoned streets beneath the fire escapes of turn-of-the-century tenements, you are tempted by the sights, sounds and smells of Italian cuisine and culture emanating from the restaurants surrounding you at every step. Here at Little Italy we are bringing it all to you.

Remember, Little Italy is not just a “San Gennaro Festival” in September, it is year round. You may not be able to win a stuffed animal, but you can still sure stuff yourself. A coal brick oven pizza….a hearty glass of Chianti….a zeppole….a cannoli….you will find it all in New York City’s Little Italy.

Price subject to change

Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire at
Mount Hope Estate & Winery
September 15, 2024 (Sun)
$105 Adult

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Price includes transportation and admission to Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire at Mount Hope Estate & Winery

Please note and plan accordingly:  The Food Booths and Pourhouses accept cash only. Most independent craft merchants accept credit cards. The Faire does not accept personal checks. The Faire site has multiple ATMs on premises and one in the Wine Shop.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Manheim, PA

Time on own at Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Depart Manheim

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 6:15pm

Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Her Majesty invites you to experience the fantasy of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire. Thirty-five acres of jousting knights and royal delights await as hundreds of colorfully-costumed characters breathe mirth and merriement into a 16th century English village.

Get ready to live the excitement and adventure and make your visit an unforgettable experience. Musical, stunt and theatrical performances, magic acts and comical mud beggars are just a few of the many daily shows! Immerse yourself in the days of Merrie Olde England, steeped in the allure of bygone days and knights!

Each weekend throughout the Faire season will showcase an exciting and unique theme that offers a different experience every time.

2024 Scenario

Choose. Your. Guild. It’s 1589, and England is victorious! The Spanish Armada has been defeated, and the treasure fleet captured. Now, laden with new riches, Queen Elizabeth is making her way to the Shire of Mount Hope for a victory celebration! Intent on investing the spoils of war in her people, Her Most Gracious Majesty will offer Mount Hope’s guilds the opportunity to lobby her for a share through a Tournament of Guilds!

Will you support the industrious and shrewd Merchants Guild? The cunning and sly Thieves Guild? Or the dutiful and loyal Civics Guild? Perhaps you fancy yourself a connoisseur of artisan food, beverage, or wares and support the Crafts Guild. On the other hand, you could be a mercurial and merry-making fan of the Revels Guild.
Whichever guild you choose, fly their banners high and wear their colors proudly. In the process, you can earn them points and help them reap the rewards of the Queen’s generosity! Hopefully the competitive spirit remains friendly…

Merchants

So much shopping, so little time! Having over 100 unique merchants to visit during an already packed Faire day makes it difficult to see and do everything in one day. The independent merchants each operate their own business upon the Shire and look forward to bantering and bartering with Faire visitors. Demonstrations by many merchants show guests rarely seen art forms before their very eyes.

Workshops and Demonstrations

Step back in time at the Shire, which is filled to the brim with immersive experiences!

Royal Kitchens

Her Majesty’s Kitchens cook up an endless array of savory 16th century foods and delicious traditional favorites sure to satisfy the heartiest of appetites.

No outside food, beverages or coolers are permitted to be brought onto the faire grounds, with the exception of Guests with special dietary needs that have completed and presented the Visitor Allergen Card to the Customer Service Window at the front gate.

 Pour Houses

Wash down the delicious Royal Kitchen cuisine with refreshing hand-made Swashbuckler Brewing Co. Ales, Mount Hope Wines, Lancaster County Ciders and Spirits Distilling Co. Signature Cocktails! Enjoy them throughout the festival grounds, then stop by the Mount Hope Wine Shop or Swashbuckler Brewery when you leave to take your new favorites home with you.

Price subject to change

“Daniel”
Sight & Sound Theatre
September 18, 2024 (Wed)
$180 Adult

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Price includes transportation, Sight & Sound show, and buffet lunch at Yoder’s Country Market.

Seating in Sections 102 and 103, Rows E-F

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Sight & Sound Theatre – Lancaster, PA

Show – “Daniel”

Buffet Lunch at Yoder’s Country Market

Depart New Holland, PA

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 5:30pm

Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre

Constructed on the site of the former Sight & Sound Entertainment Centre, which was destroyed in January 1997 by fire, the Millennium Theatre is located in Strasburg, PA. Completed in the summer of 1998, the theatre seats 2,000. The Millennium Theatre is handicap accessible.

Daniel

Taken from his people, Daniel is exiled far from home in the powerful kingdom of Babylon. Now this faithful servant must navigate his new life inside a palace filled with golden statues and shifting empires. As royal pressures mount, Daniel is faced with a dangerous choice. Will his trust in the one true God remain steadfast through every test of faith?

From the fiery furnace to the infamous den of lions, DANIEL is a spectacular theatrical experience for the whole family. Witness one of the Bible’s most hope-filled stories as it comes to life in this brand-new original stage production from Sight & Sound Theatres®.

Yoder’s Country Market

The buffet includes a full salad bar, 2 soups, breads, 2 hot bars (including roasted chicken, baked chicken, ham balls w/pineapple glaze, a meat with gravy, macaroni & cheese, buttered noodles, real mashed potatoes, potato filling, baked fish, nachos with cheese and dip, a variety of vegetables, a full dessert bar (including ice cream, toppings, cakes, pies, puddings, fruit, etc.).

Price subject to change

Bronx Zoo
September 22, 2024 (Sun)
$112 Adult /$108 Senior (65+) / $98 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and admission ticket with unlimited rides & attractions (based on availability).

This is a Walking Tour.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Bronx, NY

Free time on own at Zoo

Depart Bronx, NY

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 6:30pm

Bronx Zoo

The Zoo is located on 265 acres. The Bronx Zoo exhibits more than 5,000 animals. There are over 600 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates and 1,500 species of plants. Every year hundreds of animals are born at this Zoo. The zoo is a self-guided tour. Routes are informative, and well-marked.

Exhibits & Attractions

Here is a sampling of exhibits and attractions currently at the Zoo:

African Plains American Bison Baboon Reserve
Big Bears Birds of Prey Bug Carousel
Congo Gorilla Forest Himalayan Highlands Jungle World
Tiger Mountain World of Birds World of Reptiles
Zoo Center Aquatic Bird House & Sea Bird Aviary

Do not be disappointed if the animal you came to see is not on exhibit. Many animals are sensitive to the weather and other conditions. There are many exhibits that you can see in any kind of weather. Ride and attraction availability subject to weather, capacity, mechanical, and/or animal-related issues.

Accessibility

All buildings are wheelchair-accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs and strollers are available for rent at each entrance on a first-come, first-served basis.

Dining and Shopping

Main locations for food and gifts at Dancing Crane Plaza will be open daily, with adjusted operations. Dancing Crane Café will be open for take-out only, and the expansive Plaza seating area has been rearranged for plenty of picnic tables at appropriate social distancing. Several other foodservice and snack locations will be open throughout the park, based on weather and daily attendance. The Bronx Zoo Store will be open and zoo staff will assist with guest entry and shopping for appropriate social distancing. Use the mobile site when you visit for food and shopping locations: BronxZoo.com/Today

Price subject to change

9/11 Memorial & Museum
September 28, 2024 (Sat)
$116 Adult / $109 Senior (65+) / $98 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and timed-entrance admission to 9/11 Museum (group must enter together), Memorial & Museum Store, lunch on own and free time to explore the area.

This is a Walking Tour.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York, NY – 9/11 Memorial & Museum – 11:00am timed entry

Free time on your own at 9/11 Memorial & Museum

Depart New York, NY

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley Area  at 6:15pm

9/11 Memorial Museum

The Museum displays artifacts associated with the events of 9/11, while presenting stories of loss and recovery. The National September 11 Memorial Museum serves as the country’s principle institution concerned with exploring implications of the events of 9/11, documenting the impact of those events and deploring 9/11’s continuing significance. The Museum’s 110,000 square feet of exhibition space is located within the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center site-telling the story of 9/11 through multimedia displays, archives, narratives and a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts. The loves of every victim of the 2001 and 1993 attacks will be commemorated as visitors have the opportunity to learn about the men, women, and children who died.

9/11 Memorial

Your ticket also includes this tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks. The Memorial’s twin reflecting pools are each nearly an acre in size and feature the largest manmade waterfalls in the North America. The pools sit within the footprints where the Twin Towers once stood. The names of every person who died in the 2001 and 1993 attaches are inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial pools, a powerful reminder of the largest loss of life resulting from a foreign attach on American soil and the greatest single loss of rescue personnel in American history.

Nearby Attractions

● One World Observatory – World Trade Center ● The Oculus
● Westfield World Trade Center Mall ● World Trade Center Station
● St. Paul’s Chapel ● Trinity Church

Price subject to change

October

Fall Foliage Train Ride
& Waterfront at Silver Birches
October 2, 2024 (Wed)
$131

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Price includes transportation, buffet style meal at Silver Birches, a musical show featuring Voices of Legends with Eric Kerns, and a train ride on the Stourbridge Line.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Hawley, PA

Upon arrival coffee and apple streusel will be served

Voices of Legends with Eric Kerns

Waterfront at Silver Birches, Hawley, PA – Buffet Style lunch

Board Train – The Stourbridge Line Train Ride

Depart Honesdale, PA

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 7:00pm

Voices of Legends with Eric Kerns

The curtain opens and the show begins.  You’re being serenaded by the greatest superstars that have ever graced a stage.  But to your amazement, all of these incredible voices and songs are being performed by one man.  Eric started singing at age 6 and tried to sound exactly like the voices on the radio. Get ready for the musical ride of your life!

Waterfront at Silver Birches – buffet lunch

It’s relaxing, it’s exciting and it offers a breathtaking view of Lake Wallenpaupack. Silver Birches’ Waterfront Banquet Center, located on the shore of the 13 mile long lake offers an unparalleled travel experience. Perfectly suited for day trip excursions, Silver Birches’ provides a fun filled day with exciting entertainment and superb meal.  Buffet lunch includes:  Broccoli Salad, House Baked Bread, Roasted Pork Loin, Wild Rice Pilaf, All-Beef Meatloaf with Gravy, Yukon Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Salad, Chef’s Roasted Vegetables, and Cinnamon Raisin Rice Pudding.

The Stourbridge Line Train Ride

Board the train, relax and enjoy the ride along the scenic Lackawaxen River, through the wooded beauty of the Poconos from the historic town of Hawley. As you travel along the tracks, you will learn about America’s first steam locomotive operation, which took place right in the Honesdale, and about the

D & H Canal and the Gravity Railroad. You will also ride past the generation station by the hydroelectric dam and waters of Lake Wallenpaupack!

Price subject to change

Washington, DC
Fall Day at the Capitol
October 5, 2024 (Sat)
$100 Adult / $94 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and day on own in Washington DC

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Rest stop

Arrive Washington, DC – Free time on own

Arrive Air & Space Museum – Washington DC

Free Time on own in Washington DC

Depart Washington DC

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 9:30pm

Smithsonian Institute

Smithsonian Institute is on the National Mall. Admission to the buildings are free. All of the buildings have restrooms and wheelchair access and food services in some of the buildings. Buildings include National Museum of the American Indian, The Castile or Smithsonian Institution Building, Arthur M Sackler Gallery, Freer Gallery of Art, National Portrait Gallery, Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Air & Space Museum, National Gallery of Art, National Museum of American History and National Museum of Natural History.

The National Mall

Visiting “the Mall” is a must-do for any first-time visitor. Encompassing a two-mile swath of land from the Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial, you see this Washington in movies and in history books. In addition to perfect photo-ops for both the Washington Monument and Capitol building, you will also find several of the Smithsonian museums (including the Smithsonian Castle, the National Archives, and National Gallery of Art and the U.S. Botanic Gardens.

Monuments and Memorials

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Vietnam Memorial
The Washington Monument Vietnam Women’s Memorial
Lincoln Memorial National World War II Memorial
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
Korean War Veterans Memorial


Price subject to change

Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty
October 6, 2024 (Sun)
$107 Adult / $104 Senior (62+) / $91 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, ticket for round trip ferry, access to the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, access to the Statue of Liberty Museum, and an audio guide for both islands.

No Crown or Pedestal Access. Groups are unable to obtain Crown or Pedestal access tickets.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive Liberty State Park – Jersey City, NJ

Free time at Ellis Island & Liberty Island

Ferry Ticket with Museums and Audio Guide for both islands included

Depart Jersey City, NJ

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area at 6:30pm

Ferry Ticket with Museums and Audio Guide for both islands included

  • Access to the grounds of Liberty Island & Ellis Island
  • Audio Guide for Liberty Island & Ellis Island
  • Entry to Statue of Liberty Museum & Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Ellis Island & Immigration Museum

First opened on January 1, 1892 as the nation’s first premier federal immigration station. Visitors of all ages are welcome to explore this free attraction in New York and learn about the experiences of over 12 million immigrants once they completed their voyage across the Atlantic Ocean and head into the United States.

Immigration Museum: With three different floors displaying ancient artifacts such as luggage immigrants brought from home, accounts from famous immigrants, historical photographs, antique news clippings, and political cartoons, the Ellis Island Immigration Museum captures American history unlike any other national monument. The tour is self-guided and self-paced.

Liberty Island & Statue of Liberty Museum

Liberty Island is home to a beautiful park, an innovative museum, and America’s most iconic symbol of promise and possibility. As you explore the grounds, take in Lady Liberty from different angles noting her design details, see how her appearance changes with the light.

The Statue of Liberty Museum is an experience unto itself. Full of incredible exhibits, the Museum gives color and context to the Statue and houses her original torch. Before you depart, be sure to visit the Liberty Vista atop the Museum for breathtaking view of the Statue and New York Harbor.

Food, Beverages & Accessibility

Food & Beverages: There are concession stands and gift stores on both Liberty & Ellis Island. You can take your own food to the island; large coolers are NOT permitted past security.

Accessibility: Telephones, restrooms, picnic tables, water fountains, concession counters and public building entrances are wheelchair accessible.

Price subject to change

West Point & Hudson River Cruise
October 10, 2024 (Thu)
$180 Adult

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Price includes transportation, guided tour of West Point, lunch at the Thayer Hotel and two- hour sightseeing cruise aboard the Pride of the Hudson.

West Point is an active duty military post. All guests are required to submit accurate ID information on the manifest, and provide same ID the day of the tour (no photocopies accepted, no exceptions) and are subject to a West Point security background check.

Please note: The Pride of the Hudson is not handicap accessible.

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive West Point

90 Minute Guided Tour of West Point

Lunch included at the Thayer Hotel

2-Hour narrated sightseeing cruise on the Hudson River – Pride of the Hudson

Depart Newburgh, NY

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 7:00pm

West Point

A guide boards the motorcoach for a combined bus and walking tour which tells the story of West Point, its role in the Revolution, its famous history, along with stories of graduates who helped shape our nation. The tour will bring the history of the Long Gray Line to the present as you learn of the cadet experience and West Point’s continuing role in training the leaders of tomorrow. This tour of West Point makes stops at Cadet Chapel, the Plain which is the Cadet academic area, and Trophy Point with the million-dollar view overlooking the Hudson River.

Thayer Hotel

Seated on a hilltop in Upstate West Point, NY, with commanding views of the Hudson River and the United States Military Academy, The Historic Thayer Hotel at West Point has been a national treasure since opening in 1926. Visited by past U.S. Presidents, international leaders and celebrities alike, this hotel is like no other in the world. Come and discover a captivating blend of over 200 years of military history combined with a full array of modern comforts and amenities.  Discover one of the most legendary hotels, where the grand history and traditions of the United States Military Academy meet modern elegance and comfort.

Pride of the Hudson

Cruise through the majestic Hudson Highlands aboard the luxurious Pride of the Hudson on the Hudson River. The adventure begins at Pride’s Landing in Newburgh, NY and your captain will narrate the sights along the way. From the ship see: Bannerman’s Island, Cold Spring, Storm King Mountain, Breakneck Mountain, and West Point.  (Please note: The Pride of the Hudson is not handicap accessible.)

Price subject to change

Mütter Museum & Eastern State Penitentiary
October 24, 2024 (Thu)
$113 Adult / $112 Senior (62+) / $105 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, admission to Mütter Museum and Guided Tour of Eastern State Penitentiary. Free time on own for lunch at the Reading Terminal Market.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663

Arrive Philadelphia, PA

Mütter Museum – Philadelphia, PA

Reading Terminal Market – lunch and time on own

Eastern State Penitentiary Guided Tour

Depart Philadelphia, PA

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 7:15pm

Mütter Museum

The Mütter Museum displays its beautifully preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments in a nineteenth-century “cabinet museum” setting.

The goal of the Museum is to help visitors understand the mysteries and beauty of the human body and appreciate the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.

Reading Terminal Market

The Reading Terminal Market, considered by many as one of the finest public markets in the U.S., blends together state-of-the-art systems technology without sacrificing its historical integrity. It’s not only a popular hometown attraction, but also the most popular Philadelphia tourist destination after the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. More than 80 merchants offer patrons fresh produce, meats, fish, groceries, flowers, baked goods, crafts, books, clothing, as well as hard-to-find specialties and ethnic foods. Shopping and dining become a pleasure in this warm, inviting, and unique atmosphere. The Reading Terminal Market, as it was over a hundred years ago, is reminiscent of personal, neighborhood shopping, and still offers something for everyone. A trip to Philadelphia would not be complete without stopping here.

Eastern State Penitentiary

Eastern State Penitentiary was once the most famous and expensive prison in the world, but stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers. Its vaulted, sky-lit cells held nearly 85,000 people over its long history, including bank robber “Slick Willie” Sutton and “Scarface” Al Capone.

The general interest tour highlights Eastern State’s 142-year history, revolutionary and influential architecture, and stories of people who lived and worked in the building while setting the stage for conversations about criminal justice reform today.

Price subject to change

November

Amish Country Homestead & Farmlands
November 6, 2024 (Wed)
$164 Adult / $160 Child (2-11)

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Price includes Amish Country Homestead (replica house & school), step-on guide with tour of Amish farmlands, an in-home Amish meal, and free time on own at Kitchen Kettle Village.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Bird-in-Hand, PA

Amish Country Homestead

Guided tour of the Amish Farmlands

Fishers Amish In-Home Meal

Kitchen Kettle Village – free time on own

Depart Lancaster, PA

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 6:30pm

Amish Country Homestead

Inside the Homestead, you learn of Amish traditions and practices, plain clothing and life without electricity from the grid. The Fisher One-Room School is attached to the house and filled with authentic desks and furnishings from an actual Amish school. You’ll learn the tradition of teaching eight grades in one room. From the pantry stocked full of freshly canned vegetables to the family’s plain clothes… from propane-powered lamps to air-compressor driven appliances…the Amish Country Homestead truly provides insights into the complex riddles of a culture so very different from your own.

Guided tour of the Amish Farmlands

This tour will take you deep into the heart of the oldest Amish community in the world where you’ll marvel at some of the most beautiful farmland you’ll ever set eyes upon. These are the same fertile fields that attracted and have kept our Amish neighbors here for over 250 years. The local expert Amish Country Tours guide answers your questions while calling your attention to the fascinating sights you’ll observe along the way… whatever happens to be going on.

Fishers Amish In-Home Meal

Enjoy a traditional Amish family-style meal, served at the home of an Amish neighbor.  A typical menu is: Pot Roast (Beef) with Gravy, Baked Chicken (Leg & Thigh), Glazed Ham Balls, Tossed Salad, Broccoli & Cauliflower Salad, Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole, Apple Pie with Icing, Shoofly Pie, coffee and meadow tea.  Note: The Amish home is not handicap accessible.

Kitchen Kettle Village

With a range, 30 kettles, and a half-dozen recipes a jelly business was born in 1954.

Located in the little town of Intercourse.  It boasts unique shops, where artisans and artisans sell their country wares.  The village consists of over 40 shops and restaurants.

Price subject to change

Museum of the Bible & Washington National Cathedral
Washington, DC
November 12, 2024 (Tue)
$129 Adult / $120

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Price includes transportation, admission to Museum of the Bible, and guided tour of Washington National Cathedral.

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Rest stop

Arrive Washington, DC

Museum of the Bible – time on own for lunch

Tour of Washington National Cathedral Museum

Depart Washington DC

Approximate return to Lehigh Valley at 9:15pm

Museum of the Bible

Museum of the Bible is among the most technologically advanced and engaging museums in the world. Showcasing rare and fascinating artifacts spanning 4,000 years of history, the museum offers visitors an immersive and personalized experience with the Bible and its ongoing impact on the world around us.  The museum is a global, innovative, educational institution whose purpose is to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible. Through interactive exhibits and cutting-edge technology, it brings guests an immersive, personal experience with the impact, narrative, and history of the Bible.

Dining Options

 

Milk + Honey Café

Milk + Honey Café, located on the Mezzanine, is open to the public and museum guests alike! The café offers a quick retreat from your museum adventures. The coffee menu features local roaster Grace Street Coffee, serving artisan coffee flavors, espresso drinks, and teas. You can also enjoy hot sandwiches, salads, and delicious soups. Enjoy a variety of delicious scones, muffins, and locally sourced snacks

 

Manna

Located on Floor 6

Manna offers choices ranging from hand stretched pizzas and griddled smashed burgers to cauliflower hummus and grain bowls. Along with kids choices you can also find an assortment of snacks and sweets. Enjoy your meal in Manna’s warm atmosphere or head outside to dine in the Biblical Garden.

Re-entry

You are welcome to leave the museum and re-enter within the same day of your visit. Simply re-enter via the main public entrance on 4th Street SW, proceed through the brief security screening, and show your ticket to a guest relations associate at the end of the Ticketing counter for access to the museum.

Bags & Security Check

Baggage, handbags, backpacks, shopping bags, and belongings are limited to 8” x 17” x 19” per item.

Upon entering the museum, you will pass through a brief security screening. For the safety and overall enjoyment of our guests, any items that may be hazardous, disruptive, or inappropriate are not permitted.

Prohibited items include, but are not limited to:

  • Weapons, such as firearms, knives, scissors, etc.
  • Disabling chemicals, such as mace, pepper spray, tear gas, etc.
  • Noise-making devices
  • Animals/pets (except for service animals)
  • Food and/or drink (except for water in a sealed container)
  • Any other potentially dangerous instruments, armaments, or devices which can cause bodily harm to guests, museum staff, or others, and/or physical harm to museum property; or any items specifically prohibited to possess as per law in Washington, DC

Washington National Cathedral

Grounded in the reconciling love of Jesus Christ, the Cathedral is a house of prayer for all people, conceived to serve as a great church for national purposes.

Guided Group Highlights Tour features a guided main level (nave) exploration of the Cathedral’s dramatic art and architecture tailored for first-time visitors. Groups may view the lower level (crypt) afterward.

Price subject to change

“White Christmas”
at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
November 30, 2024 (Sat)
$147 Adult / $89 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, lunch, and show.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre – Lancaster, PA

Buffet Lunch included

Show “White Christmas”

Depart Lancaster, PA

Approximate return to the Lehigh Valley area at 5:45 pm

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre

The Dutch Apple Dinner Theater is located in the heart of Lancaster County.  It features professional, full-length Broadway musicals and comedies and delicious meals. Now, in its 37th year, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre consistently provides top quality productions, award-winning food and exceptional service to over 150,000 guests annually. The theatre seats 328 and features a simple yet sophisticated charm you won’t find in many theatres.

“White Chrismas”

Based on the beloved movie. Veterans turned song-and-dance men Bob and Phil meet a sister duo and follow them to a Vermont inn. Here, they discover the inn is owned by their old Army General who fell on hard times. The foursome decide to put on a show in an effort to save the inn. Hear your favorites “Blue Skies,” “Sisters,” “Happy Holidays,” and “White Christmas,” and more!

Approximate Run Time: 2 Hours and 30 Minutes

Price subject to change

December

American Music Theater – Joy to the World
December 4, 2024 (Wed)
$160 Adult /$115 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, show and lunch at Miller’s Smorgasbord

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Ronks, PA

Lunch at Miller’s Smorgasbord

American Music Theater, Lancaster, PA – “Joy to the World” Show

Depart Lancaster, PA

Approximate return to the Lehigh Valley area at 7:45pm

American Music Theatre

American Music Theatre is a 1,600-seat theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania that hosts more than 300 live concerts and performances each year: from Broadway shows to rock concerts and comedy club performers to today’s hottest country music concerts.

The snack bar includes sodas, juices, coffee and tea, candy bars, popcorn, soft pretzels, ice cream novelties, seasonal candy, nuts and dried fruit.

The gift shop opens about one hour prior to show time, and remains open for about 20 minutes after the last show of the day.

Joy to the World

The ringing of church bells in a quaint town square sets the scene for Joy to the World. Evoking the revered holiday nostalgia of hometown America, our stage transforms into a small town winter carnival brimming with family, friends, and entertaining elves. Awe-inspiring music and dance, phenomenal voices, and light-hearted holiday humor are the ingredients for this holiday extravaganza!

Price subject to change

Radio City Christmas Spectacular
December 5, 2024 (Thu)
$156 Adult

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Price includes transportation and show ticket. Seating is 2nd Mezzanine.

Radio City Music Hall opens an hour before the show.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular is a 90-minute show, there is no intermission.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York City, NY

Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular – 11:00am Show

Time on own

Depart New York City, NY

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area

Radio City Music Hall

More than 300 million people have come to the Music Hall to enjoy stage shows, movies, concerts and special events. There is no place like it to see a show or stage a show. Everything about it is larger than life.

Radio City Music Hall is the largest indoor theatre in the world. Its marquee is a full city-block long. Its auditorium measures 160 feet from back to stage and the ceiling reaches a height of 84 feet. The walls and ceiling form by a series of sweeping arches that define a splendid and immense curving space. Choral staircases rise up the sides toward the back wall. Actors can enter there to bring live action right into the house. There are no columns to obstruct views. Three shallow mezzanines provide comfortable seating without looming over the rear Orchestra section below. The result is that every seat in Radio City Music Hall is a good seat.

Christmas Spectacular

The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes is an annual musical holiday stage show presented at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The 90-minute show features more than 140 performers and an original musical score, and combines singing, dancing, and humor with traditional scenes. The star performers are the women’s precision dance troupe the Rockettes. Since the first version started in 1933, the show has become a New York Christmas tradition.

Price subject to change

Longwood Gardens Christmas
December 8, 2024 (Sun)
$110 Adult / $107 Senior (62+) / $89 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation and admission to Longwood Gardens.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Depart Quakertown, PA (Park & Ride Route 663)

Arrive Kennett Square, PA

Free time on your own at Longwood Gardens Christmas

Depart Kennett Square, PA

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley Area at 8:00pm

Longwood Gardens

No holiday season is complete without a visit to Longwood Gardens. See extravagant trees towering as high as 18 feet stand in the Conservatory. Stroll the Outdoor Gardens and see more colorful lights on display than ever before in the expanded outdoor experience—featuring a floating tree display, hundreds of sparkling snowflakes, twinkling tree forms, a 12-foot fountain of lights in the Main Fountain Garden, and so much more.

Dining Options

 The Café – Handicap accessible. There are several steps at the main entrance. You need to follow the path into the lower level where there is an elevator to take you to the main level.

1906 Restaurant – A fine dining restaurant, reservations are recommended which you can make upon arrival.

*Reservations recommended for 1906.

Beer Garden: Pizza Station – Enjoy tasty pub fare with delicious Victory Brewing Company selections.

 BBQ Grill Hut

Visiting Tips

Wear Comfortable shoes and dress for the outdoors. Longwood Gardens is a rain or shine, indoor and outdoor experience.

Motorized scooters and wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Visitor Center for a minimal fee.

Price subject to change

Radio City Christmas Spectacular
December 9, 2024 (Mon)
$156 Adult

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Price includes transportation and show ticket. Seating is 2nd Mezzanine.

Radio City Music Hall opens an hour before the show.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular is a 90-minute show, there is no intermission.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York City, NY

Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular – 11:00am Show

Time on own

Depart New York City, NY

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area

Radio City Music Hall

More than 300 million people have come to the Music Hall to enjoy stage shows, movies, concerts and special events. There is no place like it to see a show or stage a show. Everything about it is larger than life.

Radio City Music Hall is the largest indoor theatre in the world. Its marquee is a full city-block long. Its auditorium measures 160 feet from back to stage and the ceiling reaches a height of 84 feet. The walls and ceiling form by a series of sweeping arches that define a splendid and immense curving space. Choral staircases rise up the sides toward the back wall. Actors can enter there to bring live action right into the house. There are no columns to obstruct views. Three shallow mezzanines provide comfortable seating without looming over the rear Orchestra section below. The result is that every seat in Radio City Music Hall is a good seat.

Christmas Spectacular

The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes is an annual musical holiday stage show presented at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The 90-minute show features more than 140 performers and an original musical score, and combines singing, dancing, and humor with traditional scenes. The star performers are the women’s precision dance troupe the Rockettes. Since the first version started in 1933, the show has become a New York Christmas tradition.

Price subject to change

Brooklyn Christmas Lights Tour
December 10, 2024 (Tue)
$210 Adult / $205 Child (2-11)

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Price includes transportation, dinner at Tommaso’s in Brooklyn, and 2 ½ hour guided tour through the neighborhoods of Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights and Bensonhurst.

This tour requires walking. You will be off the bus for about 20 minutes in Bay Ridge, 45 minutes in Dyker Heights and 15 minutes in front of one of the main houses in Bensonhurst.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York, NY

Dinner included at Tommaso’s in Brooklyn

Guided tour of Brooklyn Christmas Lights

Depart New York, NY

Approximate return to the Lehigh Valley Area at 10:30pm

Brooklyn Christmas Lights Tour

The most extravagant Christmas light displays in the country are located in the Dyker Heights section of Brooklyn, aka “Dyker Lights.” Over 100,000 people flock to this area every year to see the most over-the-top decorations. Now in its 18th year, this is the original and most authentic tour of the area. Don’t settle for cheap imitations. We don’t just drop you off in the area. The guides know the homeowners personally and escort you around like you’re family.

What You’ll See

  • You’ll get to experience the homes from both on and off the bus and be escorted by your guide for the best stories and photos!
  • Visit Lucy Spata’s house. Lucy is the woman who started the tradition of “Dyker Lights” back in the 1980s.
  • Enjoy millions of lights! You’ll even see them synchronized to music at one very special house on the tour!
  • See the home used as the Commissioner’s house in the hit CBS TV series “Blue Bloods”!
  • See the house described as “Christmas meets Las Vegas”!
  • You’ll love the multimedia presentation on the screens of the bus from vintage Christmas TV specials like Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and more!
  • Experience good old-fashioned holiday cheer with family and friends.
  • You’ll get the true Brooklyn experience since our guides grew up in Brooklyn and know the homeowners personally.

Price subject to change

Radio City Christmas Spectacular
December 11, 2024 (Wed)
$156 Adult

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Price includes transportation and show ticket. Seating is 2nd Mezzanine.

Radio City Music Hall opens an hour before the show.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular is a 90-minute show, there is no intermission.

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

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

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

Arrive New York City, NY

Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular – 11:00am Show

Time on own

Depart New York City, NY

Approximate arrival in the Lehigh Valley Area

Radio City Music Hall

More than 300 million people have come to the Music Hall to enjoy stage shows, movies, concerts and special events. There is no place like it to see a show or stage a show. Everything about it is larger than life.

Radio City Music Hall is the largest indoor theatre in the world. Its marquee is a full city-block long. Its auditorium measures 160 feet from back to stage and the ceiling reaches a height of 84 feet. The walls and ceiling form by a series of sweeping arches that define a splendid and immense curving space. Choral staircases rise up the sides toward the back wall. Actors can enter there to bring live action right into the house. There are no columns to obstruct views. Three shallow mezzanines provide comfortable seating without looming over the rear Orchestra section below. The result is that every seat in Radio City Music Hall is a good seat.

Christmas Spectacular

The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes is an annual musical holiday stage show presented at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The 90-minute show features more than 140 performers and an original musical score, and combines singing, dancing, and humor with traditional scenes. The star performers are the women’s precision dance troupe the Rockettes. Since the first version started in 1933, the show has become a New York Christmas tradition.

Price subject to change

Cape May Christmas
December 12, 2024 (Thu)
$199 Adult

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Price includes transportation, admission to Emlen Physick Estate & Carroll Gallery Exhibit, lunch at the Lobster House Restaurant, Christmas Traditions presentation, free time at Washington Street Mall, and Holiday Lights Trolley tour.

Depart William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1

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

Depart Allentown, PA (Calvary Temple)

Arrive Cape May, NJ

Emlen Physick Estate & Carroll Gallery Exhibit

Lunch at Lobster House Restaurant & Christmas Traditions Presentation

Time on own at Washington Street Mall

Holiday Lights Trolley Tour

Depart Cape May, NJ

Approximate arrival in Lehigh Valley at 8:45pm

Emlen Physick Estate & Carroll Gallery Exhibit

This 1879 Victorian house museum sparkles for the holidays with authentic Victorian decorations that invite you to step back into Christmas past! Visit the Physick Estate for a unique living history experience with members of the Physick Family household of the 1890s. Also see the wonderful Christmas exhibit at the Carroll Gallery.

Christmas Traditions Presentation

While you are finishing your meal, enjoy a Victorian Christmas Lecture. Much of what we associate with the celebration of Christmas comes from the Victorian Era, including Christmas trees, Christmas cards, our image of Santa Claus, and many other features. You will learn how Prince Albert brought these traditions to England from Germany when he married Queen Victoria, and how they then spread to America.

Washington Street Mall

The picturesque Washington Street Mall, located in Cape May, New Jersey, includes over 75 establishments in the heart of America’s original seaside resort. A variety of unique boutiques, shops, fine dining restaurants, bars, quick eats, activities, and services are located along a three block stretch of Washington Street, which is closed to vehicular traffic, as well as adjoining portions of Ocean Street, Decatur Street, Jackson Street, Perry Street, Carpenters Lane, and Lyle Lane. The Mall serves as Cape May’s town square, and features numerous benches, luscious gardens, shady trees, historical markers, gas lamps, bistro-style string lights, Instagram-worthy photo opportunities, and more.

Holiday Lights Trolley Tour

Enjoy a front row view of Cape May’s holiday decorations as the heated trolley winds its way through town. Guides tell stories of Christmas past.

Price subject to change



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Cancellation Policy

All One-Day Tours are sold on a no cancellation, no refund basis. Trans-Bridge Tours, Inc. acts as an agent for its customers, in purchasing tickets for shows, sporting events and other special entertainment tickets in advance. Once tickets are sold to the customer, tickets become the customer’s responsibility. Professional sporting leagues have the right to shift the starting times of games to accommodate television network requirements. In these cases, Trans-Bridge Tours, Inc. will inform all passengers and will operate the tour at the new time. No refunds or credits will be provided if a passenger cannot attend.



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
Terms and Conditions subject to change throughout the year.  All tours and services are based on the prices in effect at the time of printing and are subject to change at any time.  We are not responsible for typographical errors.