Discover Cape Cod

Discover Cape Cod
Sat, Jun 20th, 2020
to
Sun, Jun 28th, 2020
Attention: Passport Required
  • • "Triple" : Two Beds: $1805
  • • "Quad" : Two Beds: $1785
  • • "Single" : One Bed: $2275
"Double":

One or Two Beds: $1825

9 Day Motorcoach Tour Including Hyannis, Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod National Seashore Area, a Lobster Dinner, Route 6A seeing Fishing Villages, a Cranberry Bog & Cape Cod Bay.  

*Riley Tours purchases the Group Deluxe Protection plan with Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption on behalf of all tour passengers*



Tour Highlights:

Hyannis
John F. Kennedy Museum
Hyannis Port
Whydah Pirate Museum
Route 6A
Sandwich-Cape Cod's Oldest town
Heritage Museum & Gardens
JK Lilly II Automobile Collection Museum
American History Museum & Art Museum
Old East Windmill
Hy-Line Docks
Martha's Vineyard
Vineyard Haven
Edgartown
Oak Bluffs
Lobster Dinner
Kennedy Memorial
Korean War Memorial
Eastham Windmill
Cape Cod National Seashore
Provincetown
Whale Watching Excursion
Niagara Falls-Skylon Tower

Day 1 Schaumburg, IL
Our journey to Cape Cod begins as
we board our motor coach and travel
across Minnesota, through Wisconsin
and into Illinois to our overnight stay in
Schaumburg.

Day 2 Cheektowaga, NY
We head down the highway again across
Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and into
New York to our included dinner before
reaching our overnight destination of
Cheektowaga, New York. (B, D)

Day 3 South Yarmouth, MA
This morning we travel to beautiful
Cape Cod, where we will check into
our accommodations for the next four
nights. Our dinner is included at a local
restaurant this evening. (B, D)

Day 4 South Yarmouth, MA
A local guide will meet us this morning
and we’ll travel to the Hy-Line Docks to
board a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard. On
the island, we’ll learn about the history
and lifestyles of the islanders as we pass
through Vineyard Haven. There will be
free time for lunch and shopping in the
historic whaling town of Edgartown.
Complete the day on the island in Oak
Bluffs by taking a stroll though “Cottage
City” with it’s brightly painted cottages
and decorative “gingerbread” trim. We’ll
head back to the mainland for a Lobster
Dinner this evening. (B, D)

Day 5 South Yarmouth, MA
Our guide will join us again today as
we tour Hyannis including the John F.
Kennedy Memorial, the Korean War
Memorial, Hyannisport and a view of St.
Francis Xavier Church, the summer parish
of the Kennedy Family. We’ll also visit the
JFK Hyannis Museum. The seas and shores
of Hyannis Port inspired our 35th President
like no other place on earth. It was here
that he contemplated and accepted his run
for office. Discover why he loved this place
so, and how he spent his time on Cape Cod.
“I always go to Hyannis Port to be revived,
to know again the power of the sea and
master who rules over it and all of us.”
-John Fitzgerald Kennedy- We’ll have time
to enjoy lunch on your own on Main Street
before we board the bus again to travel
to Sandwich, the oldest town in Cape
Cod. You will view the Village Green, the
Great Salt Marsh, a Cranberry Bog, and
Cape Cod Bay. Sandwich became the site
of one of America’s largest glass factories,
an industry that flourished during the 19th
century. If time permits we will make a stop
at the Pairpoint Glass Store and observe
the glass blowers perfecting their craft.
This quaint and quiet seaside community
is the hometown of Thornton Burgess,
naturalist and author of 170 children’s
books. We’ll visit the Heritage Museums
& Gardens, home to one hundred acres of
trees, shrubs, flowers, and sweeping lawns.
Be sure to visit the JK Lilly III Automobile
Collection Museum, the American
History Museum, and the Art Museum
featuring an operating, hand-carved
Carousel made in 1912. Also featured is the
Old East Windmill built in 1800 which was
moved from Orleans to Heritage in 1968.
Tonight, we’ll have an included dinner at
the Historic Dan’l Webster Inn. (B, D)

Day 6 South Yarmouth, MA
Today we’ll have a full day of touring with
our local guide. We’ll travel the historic
Route 6A, the Old King’s Highway, a scenic
byway winding through centuries of
Cape Cod history. It winds past hundreds
of historic structures which characterize
it’s early development. View the Eastham
Windmill, a Cape Cod Lighthouse and
visit the Cape Cod National Seashore
Visitor’s Center. Sand Dunes and the
ocean surround you as you approach
“Land’s End,” Provincetown. You are
now at the extreme tip of Cape Cod.
Formerly known as the “Province Lands”
the pilgrims landed here first before
they decided to settle across the bay
in Plymouth. Take some time to enjoy
the wonderful variety of restaurants,
shops and galleries that make this
artist/fisherman village so unique. This
afternoon we’ll board an excursion vessel
for an amazing experience of whale
watching. You will travel into the natural
habitat of a diverse marine environment
including birds that migrate here from
all over the Atlantic, and fish which use
these shallow waters to feed. Try to
spot Humpback, Minke and Fin whales
going about their daily business. An
onboard naturalist will give information
on everything you see and will answer
any of your questions about the whales,
birds, fish and lighthouses. Tonight, we’ll
have an included dinner. (B, D)

Day 7 Niagara Falls, ON
We start making our way back home
through out the day traveling as far as
Niagara Falls for our overnight. This
evening we will have a chance to see the
famous Niagara falls while illuminated
from the top of Skylon Tower. (B)

Day 8 Schaumburg, IL
We depart Canada this morning and
make our way back into the United States
to Schaumburg, Illinois for our overnight.
(B)

Day 9 Home
After an enjoyable trip to Cape Cod, we
will arrive home today. We’ll take some
last pictures and hug our new friends
goodbye. (B)
5 dinners 
0 lunches and 
8 continental breakfasts

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