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2135 E. Margaret Dr.
(P.O. Box 2852)
Terre Haute, IN 47802-0852


Departing: Sunday, September 10, 2023
7 Days
Personal Pace: 4
To truly experience the program and destination, you need to be able to participate in physical activities such as longer walking tours, walking over uneven terrain, climbing stairs, and periods of standing. Some of the touring days will be long and are fast paced.
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This is a Pace 4 tour and in the course of each day you will walk at least two miles as a group and includes a large amount of standing.  (More if you explore on your own.)  Our time in Boston will be fast paced and we will explore the city streets and diverse neighborhoods.  Walking to tour certain areas of the city, we are able to see and do more, as the neighborhoods are too small and congested for a motorcoach.  Our time on the Cape is at a slower pace but still includes areas that we walk as the motorcoach is not able to navigate as we are on islands. It is recommended that you be in good physical condition and able to walk and stand for long time frames without any problems. 

Daily Itinerary:
Sunday Sept 10  Board a TURNER motorcoach early in the morning for our transfer to Chicago O’Hare International Airport. Upson arrival at the airport, you are responsible for your baggage check in and fees.  Your TURNER Tour Director will be with you on this entire tour.  Fly to Boston where our motorcoach and local guide await.  After lunch, our tour starts with a visit to the Old North Church. One if by land, and two if by sea … is the signal, from the tallest structure in the town of Boston, served as an early warning that a detachment of the British Army was crossing the Charles River and heading west towards the towns of Lexington and Concord. By the end of the next night, the American Revolutionary War had begun. Visit the Boston Tea Party Museum to relive the event that started the Revolution. Be a part of this famous event that forever changed the course of American history! Historical interpreters, interactive exhibits, full-scale restored 18th Century sailing vessels, historic artifacts, and the award-winning multi-sensory documentary “Let It Begin Here.” are just a taste of what you will experience during your visit. A group dinner is included before our early arrival at our hotel, our home for two nights.  Dinner
Monday Sept 11  After a continental breakfast at the hotel, we will travel into Boston with our local guide.  Baseball lover or not, our day starts at Fenway Park for a Back of the House tour.  America's Most Beloved Ballpark," is uniquely nestled in the city of Boston. Experienced tour guides will provide a thrilling, one hour, walking tour of the Park. Next, is the Mary Baker Eddie ‘Mapparium,’ the three-story Mapparium globe is quite spectacular. It shows the world at one moment in time - 1935. A short narration lets you consider the world before World War II from a different perspective. Our next stop is Trinity Church located in Copley Square. A National Historic Landmark building, considered by members of the American Association of Architects as one of this country’s top 10 buildings. The parish that calls it home was actually founded in 1733, more than 150 years before the current church was built.  Time for lunch and exploring Copley Square and Newberry Street followed by our drive by the Kings Chapel and Granary Burying Ground.  Our last tour stop of the day is the Paul Revere House. Your experienced museum guide will introduce you to the site, then lead your group on a 45-minute tour through the four rooms of the Revere House discussing topics related to your specific interests. Though the museum will be open to the public during this time, you will have the sole attention of your guide outside of those assigned to the general public. Dinner before returning to our hotel.   Cont Breakfast, Dinner
Tuesday Sept 12  After a continental breakfast at the hotel, we travel to Salem known for the infamous witch trials of the late 17th century (1692) where 20 innocent people were executed after being judged guilty of practicing witchcraft.  Our morning will be spent at The House of the Seven Gables, built in 1668 and was the inspiration for the novel The House of the Seven Gables. Also called the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, it was the home of Hawthorne as a child. Each is preserved at this National Historic Site.  After lunch in downtown Salem, we will be at the Witch History Museum which is based on the actual documents of the trials.  The museum features dioramas and first-person narrations, including little-known information about nineteen accused "witches" that were put to death in 1692. Late afternoon we make our way to Cape Cod, arriving at our hotel, our home for four nights.  Dinner at a local favorite.    Cont Breakfast, Dinner
Wednesday Sept 13  After a continental breakfast at the hotel, depart on the motorcoach to board the ferry to the Atlantic Isle of Nantucket.  We will start with a tour of this picturesque island, well-known for famous sea captains and steeped in Whaling History (the setting for Moby Dick). The tram tour will include historic lighthouses, pristine beaches, quaint cobble-stone streets, galleries, historic meeting houses, stories of famous residents and more.  You will have approxiatemly three hours for lunch and shopping on your own in Nantucket’s picturesque, waterfront shopping area whose main streets are still cobblestone.  Meet the group to board our ferry back to Hyannis.  Board the motorcoach and return to the hotel.  Dinner is on your own this evening.  Cont Breakfast, Meal Money $

Thursday Sept 14  After a continental breakfast at the hotel, depart on the motorcoach for a guided tour of the Whydah Pirate Museum, featured in the CNN film “This Explorer shares Shipwrecked Treasures with the World”.  Travel Olde King’s Highway dotted with historic Cape Cod architecture and New England Inns. Our drive takes you to the tip of the Cape. See famous lighthouses, historic Windmills, the giant dunes of Truro and the Pristine Province lands. Time for a quick lunch an exploration of Provincetown prior to our Whale Watch. Discover the great whales of the North Atlantic during a three to four-hour whale watching adventure to the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.  This is a protected marine habitat with a diverse and incredible variety of aquatic life. Upon our return, we will board our motorcoach to travel the Dunes.  Here we will enjoy a narrated sunset sand dunes excursion that will give us a glimpse into the pristine beaches and sand dunes that only four-wheel drive vehicles can access. It is quite an educational ride! Dinner before returning to our hotel.  Cont Breakfast, Dinner
Friday Sept 15  After a continental breakfast at the hotel, depart on the motorcoach with our local guide for a full day of touring. We will take our the Steamship Authority to the “Storybrook Island” of  Martha’s Vineyard. Our motorcoach and driver will join us for this day of touring. Our tour will include the famous Gingerbread Houses, Island Tabernacle and Antique Carousel of Oak Bluffs, stories and views of well-known resident’s homes, time to explore Edgartown filled with its many shops, eateries, attractions and extraordinary views of the Atlantic.  Upon returning to the mainland we will enjoy a lobster dinner at a local favorite at the Hyannis Marina.  The owner “Teddy” hopes to meet the coach and brings over 40 years of restaurant experience in Cape Cod. He features both traditional New England seafood offerings as well as inspired old favorites, all while overlooking the beautiful harbor.  Return to the hotel.         Cont Breakfast, Dinner
Saturday Sept 16  After a continental breakfast at the hotel, depart on the motorcoach and make our way back to Boston.  Visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. This museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of our 35th president, John F. Kennedy. From his childhood, to his inauguration, to the Oval Office, these exhibits have preserved his historical impact on our country. Our early afternoon will be spent at the USS Constitution (Museum) and Ship for a self-guided tour! Their exhibits have preserved the stories of this historical ship… which is ready for boarding! Once on the Ship, you will have a chance to hear sailors talk about life on the Ship and ask questions, sailors are stationed on each vessel deck. Travelers must have a valid, government issued photo ID before getting on the SHIP. Transfer to Logan International Airport and board our plane for our flight to Chicago O’Hare International Airport. You are responsible for your baggage check in and fees. Upon arrival in Chicago, we board our TURNER coach for our ride back to Terre Haute. Meal money included for meal enroute home.  Cont Breakfast, Meal $



TOUR INCLUDES: Round-Trip Transportation via TURNER Motorcoach - Terre Haute to Chicago • Round-Trip Airfare to Boston • All Group Transportation • Accommodations Six (6) Nights • Thirteen (13) Meals [Six (6) Continental Breakfasts and Seven (7) Dinners] • Gratuities for Included Meals • Entrance Fees and Activities as listed in itinerary • Gratuities for Boston Driver, Tram Driver, and Local Tour Guide • TURNER Tour Director is with you for this tour (gratuity is not included)

ADDITIONAL INFO: Deposit: $1000.00 per person. Final payment is due June 30, 2023. No refunds will be issued after the final payment date for multi day tours. If you must cancel, you need to contact TURNER since airfare is involved. Travel Protection Insurance is available (Must be purchased at time of Reservation). Subject to change!
From $3749.00 per person

If Paid by Cash or Check: 
$3749.00 Double Occupancy
$4364.00 Single Occupancy
$3719.00 Triple Occupancy

If Paid by Debit or Credit: 3.5% Charge Incurs

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