Three Nights Hotel Accommodations
Three Breakfasts, Two Lunches and Two Dinners
Culinary Institute of America Tour
Franklin D. Roosevelt Home Tour
West Point Museum and Tour
Staatsburg at the Mills Estate
Boscobel House & Garden
Walkway Over the Hudson
Culinary Institute of America- After a tour, you will enjoy a delicious lunch at this world renowned culinary school. Both the tour and the meal will most definitely entertain your senses.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Home and Museum- Enjoy a tour of Springwood, home of America’s 32nd President. The interior remains just as it was during Roosevelt’s lifetime.
West Point Museum and Tour- Enjoy a guided tour of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point. Points of interest include the chapel, monuments, barracks, and parade grounds. Free time will be available to explore the West Point Museum, the largest and oldest military museum in North America. A bountiful buffet lunch awaits at the historic Thayer Hotel located on the grounds of West Point. The Thayer is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and has elegantly served its guests since 1926.
Mavada Farms - Explore everything that Mavada Farms has to offer, from breathtaking scenery to tours and tastings and more. This is the home of Crown Maple, which sets the standard for maple in quality, purity and taste through singular, certified-organic maple products. Wine tasting included.
Staatsburg at the Mills Estate - Originally built in 1832 and greatly expanded in the 1890’s, Mills Mansion (also known as Staatsburgh) is emblematic of the great country estates built in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to house America’s wealthiest families.
Boscobel House and Gardens is considered one of the leading historic house museums in the Unites States. Its Neoclassical mansion holds an exceptional collection of New York furniture from the Federal period. Sited in the Hudson Valley, Boscobel directly overlooks the Hudson River and West Point.
Walkway Over the Hudson - A stunning panorama unfolds high above the Hudson River at the center of Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park, with opportunities to explore in every direction.