Pennsylvania Dutch-Amish Country

Day 1

LURAY CAVERNS • ANTIQUE CAR MUSEUM:

A beautiful ride is before us today as we make our way north through the Shenandoah Valley to Luray Caverns, eastern America’s largest network of caves. Among these majestic formations are paved walkways leading to the most spectacular underground scenes, including the world’s only “stalacpipe organ.” The Antique Car Museum houses a huge assortment of interesting vehicles. We overnight in the Chambersburg, PA, area.
Day 2

HERSHEY • CHOCOLATE WORLD • QUEEN ESTHER • AMISH DINNER:

This morning we arrive in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the “Chocolate Capital of the World!” This community is named after Milton Hershey, who built a chocolate factory here in 1903. We’ll visit Chocolate World to see how this famous candy is made. This afternoon, we take our seats at Sight & Sound Theatre for Queen Esther! Set in the opulent yet perilous Persian Empire, Queen Esther is a captivating tale of beauty and bravery. Experience one of the most riveting Bible stories as it comes to life with magnificent sets, special effects and live animals in this brand-new, original stage production. After the show, we’ll enjoy a traditional Amish dinner. (D)
Day 3

AMISH COUNTRY TOUR • AMISH FARMER’S MARKET OR KITCHEN KETTLE VILLAGE • DUTCH APPLE DINNER THEATRE:

This morning we meet our local guide for a fascinating tour of the Amish country with its fertile fields and early American charm. Next, we stop at either Bird-in-Hand Market or Kitchen Kettle Village. You will be able to purchase homemade baked goods and local craft & souvenir items. This evening we take our seats at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre for a delightful evening. After a delicious dinner, the lights go down and the excitement begins. Shows are: “Beauty & the Beast” in June & July - “Grumpy Old Men” in August and “Mamma Mia” in October. (D)
Day 4

GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD • LUNCH AT DOBBIN HOUSE • GETTYSBURG VISITORS CENTER • EISENHOWER HOME • CYCLORAMA:

This morning we travel to Gettysburg, the scene of the most decisive battle of the Civil War. Tour the battlefield and learn about the largest battle ever fought on American soil. Lunch is included at the Dobbin House, Gettysburg’s oldest, most historic home which has been beautifully and authentically restored. We’ll visit the Gettysburg Visitors Center then tour President Eisenhower’s retirement home and farm, where Mamie continued to live until her death in 1981. Later we visit the Gettysburg Cyclorama, a 360 degree painting depicting the Battle of Gettysburg. We spend the night in the Staunton, VA, area. (L)
Day 5

MONTICELLO • HOME:

This morning we tour Monticello, a showcase to the genius of Thomas Jefferson. You’ll be amazed at the “modern” inventions Jefferson built into his home as early as 1810! Soon we must complete our journey home, arriving late in the afternoon.
Pennsylvania Dutch-Amish Country
Departure Dates
5 Days
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(Pricing Per Person)
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MEALS INCLUDED
Continental Breakfasts: 4
Lunches: 1
Dinners: 2
Activity Level: 4
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