Explore the highlights of the Lower Hudson River Valley and discover this region's connections to aerospace history in support of the New England Air Museum.
Our trip begins with a morning departure from the New England Air Museum. Our first stop will be Lyndhurst Mansion. We'll enjoy a guided tour, group lunch, and self-guided time to explore the estate's grounds before heading to West Point for a bus tour of this historic military community with a step-on guide. After checking in to our accommodations at the Courtyard by Marriott Newburgh, we'll enjoy a group dinner at a local restaurant before retiring for the evening.
After a hot breakfast at our hotel, we'll visit the Motorcyclopedia Museum for a guided tour of their extensive collection of early 20th century motorcycles. We'll then head to historic Brotherhood Winery for a group lunch, winery tour, and wine tasting. Our day will end with a group dinner at a local restaurant before an overnight at the Courtyard by Marriott Newburgh.
After a hot breakfast at our hotel, we'll travel to the Hudson River Maritime Museum for an Industrial History Tour aboard Solaris, the museum's fully electric boat. After enjoying a group lunch in downtown Kingston, we'll cross the Hudson River for a visit to the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome before checking in to our accommodations at the Courtyard by Marriott Kingston. A group dinner at a local restaurant will end our day.
After a hot breakfast at our hotel, we'll visit the FDR Presidential Library and Museum for a guided tour. A group lunch will follow in Hyde Park before we enjoy a tour of the FDR National Historic Park homesite. We will return to the New England Air Museum at approximately 7:00pm.
Cost for Museum members: $1,775 per person single occupancy; $1,375 per person double occupancy
Non-members add $100 per person.
$500 per person deposit required
Fees include complimentary parking at the New England Air Museum; departure breakfast pastries and coffee; three nights stay in three-star accommodations with complimentary Wi-Fi; three dinners, four luncheons, and three hot breakfasts; all museum and attraction fees; private luxury motor coach transportation with onboard restroom and Wi-Fi, bottled water and snacks; all taxes, gratuities, and service fees. This trip is limited to 24 participants.
Registration closes July 5, 2021, or when the trip sells out.
Questions? Contact Amanda Goodheart Parks, Ph.D., Director of Education, by phone at 860-623-3305 X313.