October 4 - 10, 2025

$

2899

Per Person/Double Occupancy
$1099 Additional/Single Occupancy

New England Fall Foliage

Enjoy a journey from Boston’s rich history to the serene Shaker Village and vibrant quilt shops. Delve into New England’s quilt heritage at the Shelburne Museum, and marvel at the autumn scenery and maple sugaring in Vermont. End with a coastal retreat in Ogunquit, Maine, capped by a lobster feast.

Locations

Boston

Lowell

Manchester

Burlington

Kennebunkport

Ogunquit

Experience New England’s quilting heritage, rich history, charming culture, and legendary fall colors.

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
Hotel Champlain, Curio Collection by Hilton
Ogunquit
Anchorage by the Sea

Top-Rated Highlights

  • New England Quilt Museum
  • Lowell National Historical Park
  • Pickity Place Luncheon & Gardens
  • Canterbury Shaker Village
  • Night Owl Quilting Studio
  • Shelburne Museum
  • Burlington, Vermont
  • Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks
  • Woodstock, Vermont
  • Quechee Gorge
  • Kennebunkport, Maine
  • Walker’s Point Scenic Drive
  • The Marginal Way
  • Perkins Cove
  • Customary Farewell Dinner
  • Boston City Tour
  • Historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace
  • New England Quilt Museum
  • Lowell National Historical Park

Day-by-Day Itinerary

Visits, admissions, and special features are shown in bold.
» Country Heritage Tours New England fall foliage 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 the heart of enchanting New England, resplendent in its fall colors. As you arrive in Boston, picture the rustic charm of farmhouses nestled among fields ripe with pumpkins and apple orchards awaiting their harvest season. Tonight, you’ll join your fellow quilters and your Tour Manager for a Kick-off Welcome Meeting, marking the start of a journey filled with delightful experiences, lifelong friendships, and a shared passion for quilting. It’s the beginning of an adventure you won’t forget.

Day 2 Boston – Mason – Manchester Breakfast, Lunch

Following a delicious breakfast, see the sites of Boston before traveling over the river and through the woods to a charming 200-year-old cottage in New Hampshire, where a sumptuous seasonal lunch at Pickity Place awaits. Wander through their enchanting herb and flower gardens or shop spices and local treasures in the gift shop before savoring a farm-to-fork lunch. Next, enjoy fresh-pressed apple cider at Lull Farm. Later, arrive in the mill city of Manchesterfor a one-night stay at our downtown hotel.

Day 3 Manchester – Canterbury – Burlington Breakfast

Sit back and enjoy the serene views of the countryside as we head toward the idyllic Canterbury Shaker Village. Your tour of this unique settlement provides a glimpse into the Shakers’ simple-yet-rewarding lifestyle, which echoes in their intricate craftwork. Afterward, shop for Shaker boxes, books, and handmade goods in the Welcome Center’s gift shop. Next, we’ll immerse ourselves in the colorful universe of Night Owl Quilting Studio, a treasure trove of luscious quilting cottons and paradise for quilting enthusiasts. Later, we retreat to the Green Mountains of Vermont, checking into our downtown Burlington hotel offering views of Lake Champlain and our home for the next two nights.

Day 4 Burlington Breakfast, Dinner

Start your day with Green Mountain coffee and a fresh breakfast, setting the tone for a day of exploration and discovery. We journey through Vermont’s quaint villages to the extraordinary Shelburne Museum. A step back in time awaits as you explore antique homes, barns, and shops, each filled with unique needlework, dolls, and artworks. Get ready to be mesmerized by their collection of Early American quilts, a testament to the skill and creativity of quilters of the past. Tonight, soak up the lively atmosphere of downtown Burlington before dining together at one of our favorite locally owned restaurants.

Day 5 Burlington – Woodstock – Ogunquit Breakfast

Start your day with breakfast, then set off on a scenic drive through Vermont’s rolling hills for some spectacular leaf-peeping. At Morse Farm Maple Sugar Works, you’ll delve into the process of maple sugaring before tasting house-made maple syrups. Next, continue to the charming village of Woodstock, Vermont, where you can explore shops that offer cozy Vermont flannels and enjoy lunch at one of the quaint downtown cafés. Be sure to take a photo of the iconic cedar-shake covered bridge. Later, journey through the vivid New Hampshire countryside, arriving on the legendary coast of Maine.

Day 6 Ogunquit – Kennebunkport Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up to the gentle melody of the sea and a delectable breakfast at our oceanfront hotel in Ogunquit, Maine. Spend your day exploring this “beautiful place by the sea,” with its white clapboard cottages, unique boutiques, and quaint shops. A leisurely walk along the Marginal Way will enchant you with the scent of beach roses and the sound of the sea. Later, we head to Kennebunkport for some last-minute shopping before gathering for our customary Farewell Dinner, a traditional lobster bake with all the fixin’s.

Day 7 Ogunquit – Lowell – Boston – Tour Ends Breakfast

Prepare to leave Ogunquit and head to Lowell, Massachusetts, the cradle of the American Industrial Revolution and a key site in the history of American textiles. Visit the New England Quilt Museum, situated in historic mill buildings, to admire an impressive collection of 19th-century quilts—a must-see for quilting enthusiasts. Afterward, return to Boston for a guided tour along the historic streets, tracing the Freedom Trail. You’ll see landmarks like the Old State House, Boston Common, and the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The tour concludes as you make your way to the airport to start your journey home.

» Country Heritage Tours New England fall foliage tour map
Day 1
Arrive Boston: Tour Begins

Welcome to the heart of enchanting New England, resplendent in its fall colors. As you arrive in Boston, picture the rustic charm of farmhouses nestled among fields ripe with pumpkins and apple orchards awaiting their harvest season. Tonight, you’ll join your fellow quilters and your Tour Manager for a Kick-off Welcome Meeting, marking the start of a journey filled with delightful experiences, lifelong friendships, and a shared passion for quilting. It’s the beginning of an adventure you won’t forget.

Day 2
Boston – Mason – Manchester
Breakfast, Lunch

Following a delicious breakfast, see the sites of Boston before traveling over the river and through the woods to a charming 200-year-old cottage in New Hampshire, where a sumptuous seasonal lunch at Pickity Place awaits. Wander through their enchanting herb and flower gardens or shop spices and local treasures in the gift shop before savoring a farm-to-fork lunch. Next, enjoy fresh-pressed apple cider at Lull Farm. Later, arrive in the mill city of Manchesterfor a one-night stay at our downtown hotel.

Day 3
Manchester – Canterbury – Burlington
Breakfast

Sit back and enjoy the serene views of the countryside as we head toward the idyllic Canterbury Shaker Village. Your tour of this unique settlement provides a glimpse into the Shakers’ simple-yet-rewarding lifestyle, which echoes in their intricate craftwork. Afterward, shop for Shaker boxes, books, and handmade goods in the Welcome Center’s gift shop. Next, we’ll immerse ourselves in the colorful universe of Night Owl Quilting Studio, a treasure trove of luscious quilting cottons and paradise for quilting enthusiasts. Later, we retreat to the Green Mountains of Vermont, checking into our downtown Burlington hotel offering views of Lake Champlain and our home for the next two nights.

Day 4
Burlington
Breakfast, Dinner

Start your day with Green Mountain coffee and a fresh breakfast, setting the tone for a day of exploration and discovery. We journey through Vermont’s quaint villages to the extraordinary Shelburne Museum. A step back in time awaits as you explore antique homes, barns, and shops, each filled with unique needlework, dolls, and artworks. Get ready to be mesmerized by their collection of Early American quilts, a testament to the skill and creativity of quilters of the past. Tonight, soak up the lively atmosphere of downtown Burlington before dining together at one of our favorite locally owned restaurants.

Day 5
Burlington – Woodstock – Ogunquit
Breakfast

Start your day with breakfast, then set off on a scenic drive through Vermont’s rolling hills for some spectacular leaf-peeping. At Morse Farm Maple Sugar Works, you’ll delve into the process of maple sugaring before tasting house-made maple syrups. Next, continue to the charming village of Woodstock, Vermont, where you can explore shops that offer cozy Vermont flannels and enjoy lunch at one of the quaint downtown cafés. Be sure to take a photo of the iconic cedar-shake covered bridge. Later, journey through the vivid New Hampshire countryside, arriving on the legendary coast of Maine.

Day 6
Ogunquit – Kennebunkport
Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up to the gentle melody of the sea and a delectable breakfast at our oceanfront hotel in Ogunquit, Maine. Spend your day exploring this “beautiful place by the sea,” with its white clapboard cottages, unique boutiques, and quaint shops. A leisurely walk along the Marginal Way will enchant you with the scent of beach roses and the sound of the sea. Later, we head to Kennebunkport for some last-minute shopping before gathering for our customary Farewell Dinner, a traditional lobster bake with all the fixin’s.

Day 7
Ogunquit – Lowell – Boston – Tour Ends
Breakfast

Prepare to leave Ogunquit and head to Lowell, Massachusetts, the cradle of the American Industrial Revolution and a key site in the history of American textiles. Visit the New England Quilt Museum, situated in historic mill buildings, to admire an impressive collection of 19th-century quilts—a must-see for quilting enthusiasts. Afterward, return to Boston for a guided tour along the historic streets, tracing the Freedom Trail. You’ll see landmarks like the Old State House, Boston Common, and the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The tour concludes as you make your way to the airport to start your journey home.

» Country Heritage Tours New England fall foliage tour map
Day 1
Arrive Boston: Tour Begins

Welcome to the heart of enchanting New England, resplendent in its fall colors. As you arrive in Boston, picture the rustic charm of farmhouses nestled among fields ripe with pumpkins and apple orchards awaiting their harvest season. Tonight, you’ll join your fellow quilters and your Tour Manager for a Kick-off Welcome Meeting, marking the start of a journey filled with delightful experiences, lifelong friendships, and a shared passion for quilting. It’s the beginning of an adventure you won’t forget.

Day 2
Boston – Mason – Manchester
Breakfast, Lunch

Following a delicious breakfast, see the sites of Boston before traveling over the river and through the woods to a charming 200-year-old cottage in New Hampshire, where a sumptuous seasonal lunch at Pickity Place awaits. Wander through their enchanting herb and flower gardens or shop spices and local treasures in the gift shop before savoring a farm-to-fork lunch. Next, enjoy fresh-pressed apple cider at Lull Farm. Later, arrive in the mill city of Manchesterfor a one-night stay at our downtown hotel.

Day 3
Manchester – Canterbury – Burlington
Breakfast

Sit back and enjoy the serene views of the countryside as we head toward the idyllic Canterbury Shaker Village. Your tour of this unique settlement provides a glimpse into the Shakers’ simple-yet-rewarding lifestyle, which echoes in their intricate craftwork. Afterward, shop for Shaker boxes, books, and handmade goods in the Welcome Center’s gift shop. Next, we’ll immerse ourselves in the colorful universe of Night Owl Quilting Studio, a treasure trove of luscious quilting cottons and paradise for quilting enthusiasts. Later, we retreat to the Green Mountains of Vermont, checking into our downtown Burlington hotel offering views of Lake Champlain and our home for the next two nights.

Day 4
Burlington
Breakfast, Dinner

Start your day with Green Mountain coffee and a fresh breakfast, setting the tone for a day of exploration and discovery. We journey through Vermont’s quaint villages to the extraordinary Shelburne Museum. A step back in time awaits as you explore antique homes, barns, and shops, each filled with unique needlework, dolls, and artworks. Get ready to be mesmerized by their collection of Early American quilts, a testament to the skill and creativity of quilters of the past. Tonight, soak up the lively atmosphere of downtown Burlington before dining together at one of our favorite locally owned restaurants.

Day 5
Burlington – Woodstock – Ogunquit
Breakfast

Start your day with breakfast, then set off on a scenic drive through Vermont’s rolling hills for some spectacular leaf-peeping. At Morse Farm Maple Sugar Works, you’ll delve into the process of maple sugaring before tasting house-made maple syrups. Next, continue to the charming village of Woodstock, Vermont, where you can explore shops that offer cozy Vermont flannels and enjoy lunch at one of the quaint downtown cafés. Be sure to take a photo of the iconic cedar-shake covered bridge. Later, journey through the vivid New Hampshire countryside, arriving on the legendary coast of Maine.

Day 6
Ogunquit – Kennebunkport
Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up to the gentle melody of the sea and a delectable breakfast at our oceanfront hotel in Ogunquit, Maine. Spend your day exploring this “beautiful place by the sea,” with its white clapboard cottages, unique boutiques, and quaint shops. A leisurely walk along the Marginal Way will enchant you with the scent of beach roses and the sound of the sea. Later, we head to Kennebunkport for some last-minute shopping before gathering for our customary Farewell Dinner, a traditional lobster bake with all the fixin’s.

Day 7
Ogunquit – Lowell – Boston – Tour Ends
Breakfast

Prepare to leave Ogunquit and head to Lowell, Massachusetts, the cradle of the American Industrial Revolution and a key site in the history of American textiles. Visit the New England Quilt Museum, situated in historic mill buildings, to admire an impressive collection of 19th-century quilts—a must-see for quilting enthusiasts. Afterward, return to Boston for a guided tour along the historic streets, tracing the Freedom Trail. You’ll see landmarks like the Old State House, Boston Common, and the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The tour concludes as you make your way to the airport to start your journey home.

October 4 - 10, 2025

$

2899

Per Person/Double Occupancy

+$1099

Additional/Single Occupancy

Reserve Your New England Fall Foliage 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.

New England Fall Foliage

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