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Join us as we travel the back roads of Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts and Maine on this glorious discovery adventure to see first-hand where Norman Rockwell got much of his inspiration. Get to know more about Rockwell as we visit his museums, studio and former homes and peruse over 700 of his original works. How many Saturday Evening Post covers do you remember?

Not only will we have intensive city tours, but we will also enjoy the glorious fall foliage through the Berkshires, Adirondacks, and both the Green and the White Mountains. The hills should be ablaze with color as we savor the countryside. A visit to Lake Placid and also the quaint village of Stowe are all part of this splendid Interlude.

New England hosts picturesque covered bridges, delightful coastal villages, the infamous witch trials and elegant colonial mansions, but it is most memorable in the fall when the color is simply magnificent. All this, plus a stupendous lobster dinner, and this trip has everything that New England in the fall has to offer…and then some on your New England Guided Vacation

Read our New England Guided Vacation blog “Norman and the Saturday Evening Post.”

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NEW ENGLAND GUIDED TOUR / TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Boston City Tour
  • Backroad Fall Foliage Drives through the Berkshire Mountains, Adirondack Mountains of NY, Green Mountains of VT and the White Mountains of NH.
  • City Tours: Boston, Lexington & Salem
  • Visit Stockbridge Norman Rockwell Museum
  • Rockwell’s Home, Museums,Former Home &  Studio
  • Visit 3 Craft Factories: ice cream, apple cider & maple syrup
  • PRICING DETAILS (Cost Per Person)* PRICING
    Double $2,999
    Single $3,759
    Deposit $350 per person
    Final Balance Due 75 days before departure
    Travel Insurance Call for quote
    *Air departure from Indianapolis included; airfare pricing estimated and subject to change. Call for pricing from other departure cities.
    Payment schedule: 2nd deposit of $500 due 121 days prior to departure; final payment 76 days prior to departure.
    Cancellation policy: if travel insurance is not purchased, cancellation charges are: 121 days and earlier: full refund. 120 – 76 days prior to final payment $350 plus the cost of any non-refundable air tickets; 75 and less days prior to departure: no refund.
    • Round trip commercial airfare from Indianapolis
    • Airport transfers
    • Home Pick-up & Return Indy Metro Area
    • Transportation by Motorcoach
    • 7 nights accommodations
    • 12 meals: 7 breakfasts, 5 dinners
    • Admissions to attractions highlighted in itinerary
    • All taxes and gratuities except tour manager and driver
    • Professional Tour Director, Deb Howard
    • Operated by an Interlude Travel Partner
    • Guaranteed Departure
  • Day 1: Fly to Boston, MA
    Upon your arrival at the Boston airport, meet your vacation manager and transfer to your downtown hotel. Hilton Woburn, Boston, MA

    Day 2: Boston City Tour
    Your city tour will show you the Freedom Trail, Old North Church, Boston Common, USS Constitution “Old Ironsides”, & Faneuil Hall. Free time for lunch on your own at Quincy Market & downtown. Return to your hotel prior to your Get Acquainted Dinner. Hilton Woburn, Boston, MA (B, D)

    Day 3: Boston / Berkshires
    Motor to nearby Lexington & Concord, site of the first shots of the Revolutionary War, for a tour. Continue west through countryside ablaze with color as we travel through the Berkshire Mountains. Stop in quaint Stockbridge to tour the Norman Rockwell Museum, with over 700 of his original works. Later, arrive at your hotel. Relax prior to an included dinner. Crowne Plaza, Pittsfield, MA (B,D)

    Day 4: Pittsfield / Lake Placid
    Motor north into Vermont to visit the Grandma Moses Museum in Bennington. Next, see Rockwell’s former home and studio in Arlington and meet a former model of the famous artist. Finally, we drive up into the Adirondack Mountains for a 2 night stay in Lake Placid. High Peaks, Lake Placid, NY (B,D)

    Day 5: Lake Placid Cruise / Free Time
    Morning cruise on Lake Placid, dotted with  fall colors and surrounded by expensive homes.  Lake Placid, a famous ski resort area, has hosted the 1932 & 1980 Winter Olympic Games.  Visit the Ice Skating Fieldhouse and ascend the Ski Jumping Tower.  Free time for shopping in town or relaxing at your lakefront hotel. Dinner tonight is on your own.  High Peaks, Lake Placid, NY (B)

    Day 6: Lake Placid / Stowe
    Enjoy a picturesque drive this morning to Essex and board a ferry for your cruise across Lake Champlain to Burlington, VT. Enjoy some free time and lunch on your own before driving into the Green Mountains, where you will be delighted with tours of the Cold Hollow Cider Press and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream store. Later, arrive in quaint Stowe village, home to the Von Trapp family of The Sound of Music fame. Dinner tonight at your hotel.  Best Western Wataerbudry-Stowe  (B, D)

    Day 7: Stowe / Ogunquit
    This morning, travel to Montpelier to tour the Morse Maple Syrup Farm. Cross the Connecticut River and enter New Hampshire. Drive along Mt. Washington Hwy. over Crawford Notch. Revel in the finest fall foliage in New England. Stop in North Conway for lunch on your own and see the rustic covered bridge. Then, cross the Maine border and drive through scenic Lake County to the coastal town of Ogunquit. This evening, you’ll savor your Farewell Lobster Dinner overlooking the ocean.  Norseman Resort, Ogunquit (B, D)

    Day 8: Salem / Boston / Fly Home
    Motor south to Salem, infamous for the witch trials of the 1600’s, elegant colonial mansions, and Hawthorne’s House of Seven Gables. Then it’s on to Boston airport for your return flight home. (B)

Call Interlude Tours to book your Autumn New England
Guided Vacation! (317) 913-0387