Day 1 - Thursday, August 15 - A morning departure will take you to exciting New York City! Your hotel for the next three nights is The Hampton Inn Times Square Central. A welcome dinner will be included this evening at a local restaurant.
Day 2 - Friday, August 16 - This morning, enjoy an included breakfast at your hotel before meeting your licensed NYC guide and departing on a ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum. After lunch on your own admission is included to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. After the tour you will have some free time to refresh at your hotel. Dinner this evening is included at a local restaurant in Times Square before enjoying a Broadway Musical (Broadway show is TBA, as show schedule was not available at the time of printing).
Day 3 - Saturday, August 17 - A breakfast buffet is included at your hotel before going on a guided tour including Harlem and Central park. Lunch will be on your own at the Rock Center Food Court. After lunch you will visit the Top of the Rock 70th floor observation deck where you will experience a breathtaking view of the city. This afternoon and evening will be free to do at your leisure. Dinner will be on your own.
Day 4 - Sunday, August 18 - This morning, enjoy breakfast at your hotel before bidding farewell to the "Big Apple" as you make your way home with fond memories of your tour to the "city that never sleeps."
Your Tour Includes: Roundtrip motorcoach transportation, 3 night's lodging, 5 meals, attractions as highlighted in the itinerary, luggage handling for one suitcase per person, hotel taxes, tax and gratuity on the included meals, the services of a Cyr Northstar Tour Director and tour planning services.
Payment & Reservations: A deposit of $200 per person is required to confirm reservations and is due at the time of booking.
Final payment is due by June 3, 2024.
Departure Locations: Old Town, Bangor, Newport, Waterville, Augusta, Lewiston, South Portland, and Wells.
(*Tour requires all walking please call if you have questions or concerns)