Tentative Itinerary (Subject to change without notice):
Day 1. Arrive at your New Hampshire hotel and enjoy dinner (included)
Day 2. Wake up refreshed and enjoy breakfast at the hotel (included). Your tour guide will join you
Before heading out to the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad for a ride along the shores of New Hampshire’s largest lake nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains.
Visit to a New England Farm/Market or Orchard
Castle in the Clouds – begin with an overview presentation and learn about the history of this magnificent mansion.
Day 3. Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and meet with your guide this morning.
Head out on the Kancamagus Highway considered New Hampshire’s most scenic highway, filled with mountain vistas. Breathtaking scenery!
Visit Littleton for lunch on your own and a stop at Chutter’s Candy Store to see the world’s longest candy counter.
Next adventure take a 2.5 hour train ride aboard the 1950’s era streamlined passenger cars replicating the experience of a post-World War II Transcontinental streamlined train, for a beautiful rail journey through the rugged Crawford Notch and Mountain Washington Valley.
Get your cameras ready for a stop in North Conway for a photo op of North Conway Village, one of New Hamphire’s most charming villages. Take in the Austrian style train station, white church steeples and colonial era shops.
Zeb’s General Store. This store embodies the nostalgia and quality offered by the general stores of yesteryear with a decidedly whimsical flair. From the ole-fashioned candy counter that lures children off the street to the impressively grand collection of New England made specialty foods, those in search of a wide range of hard-to-find and nostalgic items will relive childhood memories while browsing the store and over 5,000 unique products, all presented in an incredible display of antique store fixtures.
Dinner is included this evening. (Location TBA)
Day 4. Enjoy breakfast at your hotel (Included)
Depart hotel for your final adventure before heading home. As you enter Quechee Gorge pass into the “Green Mountain” state of Vermont and stop for a photo op at “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon”.
Make a stop at Quechee Gorge Village. This country village setting is known for delicious Vermont food products, hand-crafted items and panache.