October 5 – 11, 2024

$

3095

Per Person/Double Occupancy
$1000 Additional/Single Occupancy

Colors of New England

Undertake a seven-day New England exploration, intertwining quilting art, crafts, and gourmet delights. Journey from Boston’s historic core to Maine’s pristine shores, sharing experiences with a close-knit group, ensuring an intimate, unparalleled, and memorable New England adventure.

Locations

Boston

Manchester

Burlington

Kennebunkport

Ogunquit

Our small group Tapestry Series tours, with an average of 25 guests, provide an intimate and personalized travel experience in some of the world’s most exciting destinations. Travelers can enjoy more freedom, forge lasting friendships, and engage closely with local experts and guides. Small groups also enable access to exclusive venues and the chance to delve deeper into specific interests.

This Tour Includes

TAPESTRY Series

Small groups, big experiences, independent spirit.

6 Nights

Hotel accommodations, including baggage handling

9 Meals

6 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners

Admissions

Guided sightseeing, visits, and admissions as outlined in the day-by-day itinerary.

Departure Transfer

Return transportation to Logan International Airport (BOS)

Tour Manager

Full time throughout the trip

Hand-Selected Hotels

Boston
Hotel AKA Back Bay
Manchester
DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown
Burlington
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
Ogunquit
Anchorage by the Sea

Top-Rated Highlights

  • Kick-off Welcome Meeting
  • Lull Farm
  • Pickity Place Luncheon and Gardens
  • LaBelle Winery Tour and Wine Tasting
  • Canterbury Shaker Village
  • Quilted Threads Fabric Shop
  • Shelburne Museum
  • Trapp Family Lodge Dinner
  • Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks
  • Woodstock, Vermont
  • Quechee Gorge
  • Kennebunkport, Maine
  • The Marginal Way and Perkins Cove
  • Nubble Lighthouse
  • Walker’s Point Scenic Drive
  • Customary New England Farewell Dinner
  • Boston Panoramic City Tour
  • Historic Faneuil Hall
  • Freedom Trail

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Visits, admissions, and special features are shown in bold.
» Country Heritage Tours Colors of New England tour map

Tour Begins: Boston, Massachusetts

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Tour Ends: Boston, Massachusetts

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Day 1 Arrive Boston – Tour Begins

Welcome to New England, where the vibrant hues of autumn leaves will be your backdrop for the next seven days. Your adventure begins in Boston, savor the crisp fall air and marvel at the kaleidoscope of changing colors. The city’s blend of Colonial history and modern appeal sets the stage for our journey. Gather with your fellow quilting enthusiasts and meet your Tour Manager at our evening Welcome Meeting, the perfect opportunity to build bonds over shared interests and anticipation for the journey ahead.

Day 2 Boston – Manchester Breakfast, Lunch

Our journey takes us north into the heart of New England, to the verdant New Hampshire landscape. Our first stop is a family-run farm, a living testament to the region’s deep-rooted farming heritage. At the picturesque Lull Farm, you’ll learn about the traditional methods of cider-making, immersing yourself in the rustic charm of rural life. Indulge in a warm cider donut while you soak in views of sunflower fields and apple orchards. Next, we venture to Pickity Place, a rustic cottage in the woods, for a quaint farm-to-table lunch. The day concludes with an enriching wine tour and tasting at the acclaimed Labelle Winery, offering a glimpse into the intricacies of wine production.

Day 3 Manchester – Canterbury – Burlington Breakfast

Following a hearty breakfast, we travel through serene farmlands to Canterbury Shaker Village. Here, step back in time and explore the unique living history of the Shaker community. Witness the community’s strong values of hard work and unity with nature as you stroll through diligently maintained gardens and restored buildings. Later, a visit to Quilted Threads in Henniker provides a chance to indulge in luscious quilting cottons and sewing materials. After exploring this quilter’s paradise, enjoy a scenic drive through the Green Mountains‘ vibrant hues to reach Burlington, a city embodying New England’s spirit.

Day 4 Burlington – Stowe Breakfast, Dinner

The day begins at the extraordinary Shelburne Museum, a rich repository of art, design, and Americana. Every artifact here tells a story, creating a tapestry of history and culture. After immersing yourself in the museum’s private quilt collection, explore the charm of downtown Burlington independently. Tonight, we’ll escort you to the delightful town of Stowe. Here, you’re in for a culinary treat with an Austrian dinner at the Trapp Family Lodge, rounding off the day with a flavorful experience.

Day 5 Burlington – Woodstock – Ogunquit Breakfast

Our journey continues through scenic Montpelier, noted for its beautifully adorned Victorian homes and the historic State House. At Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks, uncover the centuries-old tradition of maple sugaring, a distinctive aspect of Vermont’s heritage. Next, visit the charming village of Woodstock, a quintessential New England treasure showcasing a stunning historic covered bridge and local boutiques. Later, travel over breathtaking Quechee Gorge as we transition from Vermont’s verdant landscapes to Maine’s captivating coastline.

Day 6 Ogunquit – Kennebunkport Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up in the picturesque seaside town of Ogunquit, Maine. Take the morning to explore the charming village, where coastal serenity and the sweet scent of beach roses set the tone. Later, relish a delectable lobster roll in downtown Kennebunkport, a culinary icon synonymous with Maine. The afternoon offers a scenic coastal drive with a visit to the iconic Nubble Lighthouse, a beacon of Maine’s maritime history. Return to Ogunquit for a stroll along the historic Marginal Way, which leads to Perkins Cove where we’ll enjoy a customary New England Farewell Dinner at the locally famous Barnacle Billy’s.

Day 7 Ogunquit – Boston – Tour Ends Breakfast

Our journey concludes in Boston, a city steeped in rich history and timeless charm. Traverse the city’s historic landmarks, including the sights from the Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, and Paul Revere’s house, symbol of the American Revolution. Savor a farewell lunch at the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace, a food-lover’s paradise, before we bid our goodbyes at Boston’s Logan Airport. As you leave, you’ll carry beautiful memories and treasured friendships from this heartwarming New England fall adventure.

» Country Heritage Tours Colors of New England tour map
Day 1
Arrive Boston – Tour Begins

Welcome to New England, where the vibrant hues of autumn leaves will be your backdrop for the next seven days. Your adventure begins in Boston, savor the crisp fall air and marvel at the kaleidoscope of changing colors. The city’s blend of Colonial history and modern appeal sets the stage for our journey. Gather with your fellow quilting enthusiasts and meet your Tour Manager at our evening Welcome Meeting, the perfect opportunity to build bonds over shared interests and anticipation for the journey ahead.

Day 2
Boston – Manchester
Breakfast, Lunch

Our journey takes us north into the heart of New England, to the verdant New Hampshire landscape. Our first stop is a family-run farm, a living testament to the region’s deep-rooted farming heritage. At the picturesque Lull Farm, you’ll learn about the traditional methods of cider-making, immersing yourself in the rustic charm of rural life. Indulge in a warm cider donut while you soak in views of sunflower fields and apple orchards. Next, we venture to Pickity Place, a rustic cottage in the woods, for a quaint farm-to-table lunch. The day concludes with an enriching wine tour and tasting at the acclaimed Labelle Winery, offering a glimpse into the intricacies of wine production.

Day 3
Manchester – Canterbury – Burlington
Breakfast

Following a hearty breakfast, we travel through serene farmlands to Canterbury Shaker Village. Here, step back in time and explore the unique living history of the Shaker community. Witness the community’s strong values of hard work and unity with nature as you stroll through diligently maintained gardens and restored buildings. Later, a visit to Quilted Threads in Henniker provides a chance to indulge in luscious quilting cottons and sewing materials. After exploring this quilter’s paradise, enjoy a scenic drive through the Green Mountains‘ vibrant hues to reach Burlington, a city embodying New England’s spirit.

Day 4
Burlington – Stowe
Breakfast, Dinner

The day begins at the extraordinary Shelburne Museum, a rich repository of art, design, and Americana. Every artifact here tells a story, creating a tapestry of history and culture. After immersing yourself in the museum’s private quilt collection, explore the charm of downtown Burlington independently. Tonight, we’ll escort you to the delightful town of Stowe. Here, you’re in for a culinary treat with an Austrian dinner at the Trapp Family Lodge, rounding off the day with a flavorful experience.

Day 5
Burlington – Woodstock – Ogunquit
Breakfast

Our journey continues through scenic Montpelier, noted for its beautifully adorned Victorian homes and the historic State House. At Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks, uncover the centuries-old tradition of maple sugaring, a distinctive aspect of Vermont’s heritage. Next, visit the charming village of Woodstock, a quintessential New England treasure showcasing a stunning historic covered bridge and local boutiques. Later, travel over breathtaking Quechee Gorge as we transition from Vermont’s verdant landscapes to Maine’s captivating coastline.

Day 6
Ogunquit – Kennebunkport
Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up in the picturesque seaside town of Ogunquit, Maine. Take the morning to explore the charming village, where coastal serenity and the sweet scent of beach roses set the tone. Later, relish a delectable lobster roll in downtown Kennebunkport, a culinary icon synonymous with Maine. The afternoon offers a scenic coastal drive with a visit to the iconic Nubble Lighthouse, a beacon of Maine’s maritime history. Return to Ogunquit for a stroll along the historic Marginal Way, which leads to Perkins Cove where we’ll enjoy a customary New England Farewell Dinner at the locally famous Barnacle Billy’s.

Day 7
Ogunquit – Boston – Tour Ends
Breakfast

Our journey concludes in Boston, a city steeped in rich history and timeless charm. Traverse the city’s historic landmarks, including the sights from the Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, and Paul Revere’s house, symbol of the American Revolution. Savor a farewell lunch at the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace, a food-lover’s paradise, before we bid our goodbyes at Boston’s Logan Airport. As you leave, you’ll carry beautiful memories and treasured friendships from this heartwarming New England fall adventure.

» Country Heritage Tours Colors of New England tour map
Day 1
Arrive Boston – Tour Begins

Welcome to New England, where the vibrant hues of autumn leaves will be your backdrop for the next seven days. Your adventure begins in Boston, savor the crisp fall air and marvel at the kaleidoscope of changing colors. The city’s blend of Colonial history and modern appeal sets the stage for our journey. Gather with your fellow quilting enthusiasts and meet your Tour Manager at our evening Welcome Meeting, the perfect opportunity to build bonds over shared interests and anticipation for the journey ahead.

Day 2
Boston – Manchester
Breakfast, Lunch

Our journey takes us north into the heart of New England, to the verdant New Hampshire landscape. Our first stop is a family-run farm, a living testament to the region’s deep-rooted farming heritage. At the picturesque Lull Farm, you’ll learn about the traditional methods of cider-making, immersing yourself in the rustic charm of rural life. Indulge in a warm cider donut while you soak in views of sunflower fields and apple orchards. Next, we venture to Pickity Place, a rustic cottage in the woods, for a quaint farm-to-table lunch. The day concludes with an enriching wine tour and tasting at the acclaimed Labelle Winery, offering a glimpse into the intricacies of wine production.

Day 3
Manchester – Canterbury – Burlington
Breakfast

Following a hearty breakfast, we travel through serene farmlands to Canterbury Shaker Village. Here, step back in time and explore the unique living history of the Shaker community. Witness the community’s strong values of hard work and unity with nature as you stroll through diligently maintained gardens and restored buildings. Later, a visit to Quilted Threads in Henniker provides a chance to indulge in luscious quilting cottons and sewing materials. After exploring this quilter’s paradise, enjoy a scenic drive through the Green Mountains‘ vibrant hues to reach Burlington, a city embodying New England’s spirit.

Day 4
Burlington – Stowe
Breakfast, Dinner

The day begins at the extraordinary Shelburne Museum, a rich repository of art, design, and Americana. Every artifact here tells a story, creating a tapestry of history and culture. After immersing yourself in the museum’s private quilt collection, explore the charm of downtown Burlington independently. Tonight, we’ll escort you to the delightful town of Stowe. Here, you’re in for a culinary treat with an Austrian dinner at the Trapp Family Lodge, rounding off the day with a flavorful experience.

Day 5
Burlington – Woodstock – Ogunquit
Breakfast

Our journey continues through scenic Montpelier, noted for its beautifully adorned Victorian homes and the historic State House. At Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks, uncover the centuries-old tradition of maple sugaring, a distinctive aspect of Vermont’s heritage. Next, visit the charming village of Woodstock, a quintessential New England treasure showcasing a stunning historic covered bridge and local boutiques. Later, travel over breathtaking Quechee Gorge as we transition from Vermont’s verdant landscapes to Maine’s captivating coastline.

Day 6
Ogunquit – Kennebunkport
Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up in the picturesque seaside town of Ogunquit, Maine. Take the morning to explore the charming village, where coastal serenity and the sweet scent of beach roses set the tone. Later, relish a delectable lobster roll in downtown Kennebunkport, a culinary icon synonymous with Maine. The afternoon offers a scenic coastal drive with a visit to the iconic Nubble Lighthouse, a beacon of Maine’s maritime history. Return to Ogunquit for a stroll along the historic Marginal Way, which leads to Perkins Cove where we’ll enjoy a customary New England Farewell Dinner at the locally famous Barnacle Billy’s.

Day 7
Ogunquit – Boston – Tour Ends
Breakfast

Our journey concludes in Boston, a city steeped in rich history and timeless charm. Traverse the city’s historic landmarks, including the sights from the Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, and Paul Revere’s house, symbol of the American Revolution. Savor a farewell lunch at the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace, a food-lover’s paradise, before we bid our goodbyes at Boston’s Logan Airport. As you leave, you’ll carry beautiful memories and treasured friendships from this heartwarming New England fall adventure.

October 5 – 11, 2024

$

3095

Per Person/Double Occupancy

+$1000

Additional/Single Occupancy

Reserve Your Colors of New England Tour

A non-refundable $200 deposit per person is required for booking. Before completing your reservation, be sure you read and understand our Cancellation Policy and Terms & Conditions.

Colors of New England

Space for this tour is limited. Please contact us to discuss accommodation options and availability.