One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Niagara Falls is top ranked in every travel magazine as a can’t miss location for tourists, adventurers, and yes, even honeymooners! Feel the power of the waterfall and enjoy all the city of Toronto has to offer. This 5 day, 4 night trip features a wonderful variety of highlights, the perfect mix of the areas best, with comfortable accommodations at the Victorian Inn at the Falls Hotel, just steps from the falls!
Step into another world to experience the culture of The Amish. Discover what it means to be Amish, how the Amish live today and the challenges facing the Amish people. You’ll also witness two amazing theater performances – Joseph, The Sight & Sound Theater’s newest production and Oklahoma – a classic musical at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theater.
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Sound of Music and the epic tale of the von Trapp Family. This special, once in a century trip is filled with more than a “Few of Your Favorite Things,” including 4 nights at the luxurious von Trapp Family Lodge where your room features striking mountain views. We all know the story of courage, intrigue and of course, love. The Sound of Music has captivated audiences for decades. Step into the spirit of this inspiring story at the family’s lodge nestled in the mountains of Stowe, VT, a reminder of their native Austria.
Private sail onboard one of the tall ships Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime sail! Captain’s Breakfast – meet a ship’s captain and hear firsthand accounts of life onboard! Special Fast Pass Access allowing you to bypass the lines! Dinner aboard the Michelin rated Mosholu, a tall masted sailing ship.
Walk in the footsteps of our Founding Fathers as you discover the history and beauty of Boston. Witness special Independence Day-only events including a reading of the Declaration of Independence from the Old State House, just as it was in 1776. Celebrate the birth of our nation aboard a dinner cruise for the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, the premier Independence Day celebration! Enjoy tours of Faneuil Hall, Beacon Hill, Old North Church, Freedom Trail, Gloucester, Rockport and much more.
A unique mix of rugged coastline, history, seafaring culture and Canadian charm, Nova Scotia is an adventure not-to-be-missed! Your Canadian get-away takes place during the prime of the season, perfect for enjoying the area’s best attractions. Save Time by Cruising to Nova Scotia! Walk the Ocean Floor at Hopewell Rocks Discover Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Taste the famed Digby Scallops
The Upper Class welcome’s you aboard as we discover the grand summer cottages, breathtaking shoreline, wonderful cuisine and integral history of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Newport. Highlights include: tours of Newport, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, an exhilarating Dunes tour through the Cape Cod National Seashore and a Lobster Bake Dinner!
Experience Tanglewood on Parade -one of the highlights of the Tanglewood season –– a chance to see all its orchestras perform in a single extended concert! The Boston Pops, Boston Symphony Orchestra and Tanglewood Orchestra perform a selection of popular classics, as well as the traditional Tanglewood on Parade finale, Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture set to fireworks!
This summer, get away for one night to the Berkshires for three unique performance experiences the mountains. Be moved by a mid-summer dream, The Annual Shakespeare Festival presented by Shakespeare & Co., recognized as one of the premiere Shakespeare Festivals in the world. Be amazed by a dance that takes place on a stage the floats among the trees at Jacob’s Pillow, a National Historic Landmark!
Experience the European charm of Quebec City, the first French settlement in North America. Discover the only walled city in North America and the fabulous region of the Province of Québec's capital. Sights include The Citadel, Plains of Abraham, the National Assembly, Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica, City Hall, Place-Royale, Dufferin Terrace and a glimpse of modern Québec City. Enjoy day trips to Island of Orleans and Montmorency Falls and a cruise to Grosse Île. This is your chance to visit history first-hand.
Pittsburgh, known as the Steel City and the City of Bridges, is a leading American city that has gone through several rebirths. With a storied history as one of the key industrial cities in the country, the “New Pittsburgh” is vibrant, green and rated “one of America’s best places to live.” Located at the crossing of three rivers, the city skyline features a unique combination of towering skyscrapers, bridges and water. Experience Fallingwater, one of The Upper Class’ most requested destinations. Don’t miss it as The Upper Class travels to Pittsburgh for the very first time!
Savor the taste of Cape Code at the 2015 Scallop Festival! Scallops will just be the start of the fun as you’ll visit Hyannis, Sandwich, Plymouth and of course, cruise the sparkling waters surrounding the Cape!
Balloons and fall foliage - let Autumn in the Adirondacks take your breath away! 100 balloons ascending together in the early dawn light – a spectacular sight many only dream about and a can’t miss moment of the festival!
Elvis Presley’s Graceland RCA Studio B & Sun Studio Tours Meet a Country Music Songwriter Live Music on famed Beale Street
New York’s Finger Lakes region has been described by Wine Spectator as the wine and culinary epicenter of New York. Join your friends, or make new ones, as you discover vineyards, history, culture, gardens, gorgeous lakes, unique shops and great restaurants – what more could you ask for! You’ll cruise the Erie Canal and go through a 100-year-old lock. Cruise Seneca Lake, witness pure artistry at work, discover geological treasures, taste incredible wines and dine in some of the region’s best restaurants.
Just in time for Halloween, join us for a trip that promises a little witch craft, history and mystery: The Salem Witch Trials
Take a chronological journey back in time! Walk in the footsteps of those that built our country through America’s Historic Triangle, made up of three historic colonial towns located in Virginia – a hotbed of activity for our founding fathers. The Triangle is: Jamestown – the first permanent English settlement in the New World established in 1607 Williamsburg – became the capital of Virginia in 1699, now living museum of early American life Yorktown - where General Cornwallis surrendered to Washington in 1781, ending the Revolution. Separately, each is a living monument. Together, they tell the story of a revolution that birthed a nation.