Six Nights Hotel Accommodations
Five Breakfasts and Six Dinners, including a Lobster Dinner
Foxwood’s Casino with Bonus
Martha’s Vineyard Cruise and Tour
Provincetown & Whale Watch Cruise
Cape Cod Lighthouse Trail
Nantucket Cruise and Island Tour
Cranberry Harvest Experience
Blithewold Mansion and Gardens
Plimoth Plantation offers powerful personal encounters with history built on thorough research about the Wampanoag People and the Colonial English community in the 1600s. Today, Plimoth Plantation provides an engaging and experiential outdoor and indoor learning environment on its main campus and at the State Pier on Plymouth’s waterfront, and at the Plimoth Grist Mill on Town Brook. The permanent exhibits tell the complex and interwoven stories of two distinct cultures - English and Native.
Hyannis - Main Street is a friendly, welcoming place where you'll find adorable storefronts with window boxes bursting with colorful flowers, hungry folks enjoying a meal at an outdoor bistro or lounging on the Town Green with their picnic lunch, and visitors posing for photos with the full-sized bronze sculpture of President Kennedy in front of the John F. Kennedy Museum.
Martha’s Vineyard - Once you’ve been “on island” on The Vineyard, as locals call it, you’ll never want to be “off island” again. Don’t forget to bring your camera, you’ll want some photos of the pristine sandy beaches, the sailboats, the brightly painted gingerbread cottages, the lighthouses at sunset, the farmer’s markets, the magical Flying Horses (it’s a carousel, silly), and all your celeb sightings.
Provincetown & Whale Watch Cruise - Visit Provincetown and have a blast enjoying some of Cape Cod’s best beaches. Plenty of cool boutiques, restaurants and art galleries give this town a fun and funky vibe. Enjoy a voyage to see whales, pelagic birds and other marine life as they return to Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary and the surrounding waters.
Cape Cod Lighthouse Trail - Lighthouses are as much a part of Cape Cod as the sea. Mile-for-mile, Cape Cod has one of the world’s largest concentrations of working lighthouses. The stoic beacons which have guided vessels through the treacherous waters off of the Cape's shores have been around for centuries. Though some are no longer functioning, have been destroyed and rebuilt, or were even moved due to erosion, they all are beautiful Cape Cod icons and an integral part of this sandy peninsula’s history.
Nantucket Cruise and Island Tour - Windswept beaches, sand dunes, blinking lighthouses and a charming pace of life await on this 50-square mile island. The world's former top whaling port is now designated a National Historic District. Seaside cottages, old whaling captains' mansions and historic harbors contain quaint inns, boutique stores, chowder shacks and upscale dining delights.
Cranberry Harvest Experience - One of just three fruits native to New England, cranberries are a Cape Cod icon. The cranberry bog has been a central part of New England farming for hundreds of years. Even today, there is a distinct culture surrounding cranberry bogs, and visiting one during the harvest is a classic New England fall activity.
Blithewold Mansion and Gardens - From significant wealth accrued in the late 19th century, the Van Wickles, and later the McKee family and Marjorie Lyon, created a rural retreat on Narragansett Bay that illustrated their distinctive tastes and widely ranging interests. Members of the family esteemed the values of informality, friends, outdoor pursuits, and community service rather than status or ostentation. These they expressed at Blithewold, adapting in creative ways both European and American conventions in architecture, garden design, and interior furnishing.