Cape Cod: East Coast Treasures
September 12 - September 17
Travel with us to Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket & Boston
Fall in love with Cape Cod’s charming villages in a tour for Farm Bureau members, Sept. 12-17. Farm Bureau is partnering with American Classic Tours to offer members a trip to Cape Cod.
This is one of their most popular trips filled with East Coast treasures. A guided tour of this pine-scented peninsula will highlight bustling harbors, sea captain homes, and the Cape Cod National Seashore with its pristine beaches and windswept dunes.
The tour features a visit to Hyannis, home of the Kennedy family, to see the John F. Kennedy Memorial, Korean War Memorial and St. Francis Xavier Church. Then approach land’s end at Provincetown, a haven for artists and fishermen. Enjoy a dune excursion ride. Treat your taste buds to a lobster dinner in Hyannis.
Board high speed ferries to both Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, islands rich in colonial maritime history. View gingerbread adorned houses and explore charming island villages. Learn of Nantucket history as the greatest whaling center in the world. Enjoy postcard scenes of open tracts of bog land and moors, groves of scrub oak and pitch pine, sandy beaches that stretch seemingly forever along the Atlantic Ocean.
Then it’s on to the charming New England villages of Plymouth, Concord and Lexington – the birthplace of American Liberty. In Boston follow the Freedom Trail to view the Old State House, Boston Commons, Beacon Hill, Boston Tea Party Area, Old North Church, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum and more.
American Classic Tours will provide a pick up at Farm Bureau, take you to the airport, check you in and take care of all of your air and land travel arrangements. Tour includes air fare, tour excursions, motor coach, most meals, trip insurance and a tour director.
Registration is now open for this fall tour. Cost is $2,998 per person double occupancy, $3,439 for single occupancy. Price includes airfare, motorcoach transportation, hotel accommodations, 10 meals, attractions and sightseeing tours, taxes and gratuities, luggage handling and fees, trip insurance and an experienced tour director. A deposit of $850 is due with reservation.
For more information and to register stop by the Farm Bureau office.