Tour Code : 155-100
Day 1 New York - Corning Glass Center - Niagara Falls
We then head to the Corning Glass Center, featuring over 30,000 objects from every era of glass-making, including real glass-making on-site. Visitors can see the fragile art of glass-making. You will witness first-hand craftsman and artisans handily working superheated glass into delicate decorative pieces. At the conclusion of the tour, you will have the opportunity to purchase an artistic piece for yourself. Afterwards, we depart for American portion of Niagara Falls, to see the majestic views of nature up close. It is important to note that Niagara Falls, consisting of the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls, features spectacular views in the night-time and cameras are a must!
Hotel: Adam's Mark or similar
Day 2 Niagara Falls - Boston
We continue our sightseeing in Niagara Falls to see the majestic views of nature up close. Hop on a boat-ride on the Maid of the Mist (seasonal) where you can "soak" in the excitement and see the power of the Falls up close. We will also be heading to the IMAX Theatre Niagara Falls where you can experience Niagara Falls' incredible stories, and see the most complete collection of barrels that have fallen down the mighty Falls. The tour then proceeds to in Boston in the evening, where we will have the opportunity to visit downtown Boston and Quincy Market. Situated between Boston's financial district, the waterfront, North End, Government Center and Haymarket, the vibrant Quincy Market is one of America's oldest gathering places. There will also be an opportunity to partake in Boston's most famous export-the lobster-during dinner.
Hotel: Sheraton or similar
Day 3 Boston - New York
We continue our tour of Boston in the morning by visiting the pristine campuses of Harvard and MIT, both world-class educational institutions. We will also visit prominent sites in Boston such as the State House, built between 1795 and 1797 on Beacon Hill overlooking the Boston Common, and recently featured in the major Hollywood film "The Departed". There will also be an opportunity for a harbor cruise (optional), where you can view Boston's magnificent skyline and Charles River. The tour then returns to NYC in the early evening.
*Maid of the Mist: Available from April to Oct 24 (Opening date depends on ice condition in the River)
*Tour route may be changed and reversed
Optional Admission Fees:
|Corning Glass Center||$14||under 19yrs||Free||$14|
|Maid of Mist||$13.50||under 11yrs||$8||$13.50|
|Niagara Movie||$11||under 11yrs||$6.50||$11|
|Boston harbor cruise||$20.00||under 11yrs||$15.00||$18.00|
*Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
|Departure||Return||Locations (Return times are estimated)|
|7:00am||8:30pm||135-20 39th Ave, Flushing, NY 11354 (In front of Sheraton Hotel)|
|8:00am||8:00pm||87 Bowery New York, NY 10002 (Chinatown)|
|8:45am||No-Stop||828 US-46, Parsippany, NJ 07054 (Top Quality Food Market)|