Lenzner Tour and Travel Offices:

Charter and Tours—Sewickley

1-800-342-2349

Travel Agency—Monroeville

1-800-334-9937

Summer on Cape Cod & Pops by the Sea

Summer on Cape Cod & Pops by the Sea

The "From Only" and "From Price" reflects the lowest price for this tour, which is a triple rate. Take in the fresh air, cries of sea gulls, quaint fishing villages and, of course, the Boston Pops 32nd Annual "Pops by the Sea". Photo Courtesy of Frank Shoemaker

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The "From Only" and "From Price" reflects the lowest price for this tour, which is a triple rate. Take in the fresh air, cries of sea gulls, quaint fishing villages and, of course, the Boston Pops 32nd Annual "Pops by the Sea". Photo Courtesy of Frank Shoemaker

  • Standard Brochure Per Person Rates:

           $1,571.00 double occupancy     $1,424.00 triple occupancy

           NO QUADS                              $1,881.00 single occupancy

  • NEW

  • Hyannis

  • Boston Pops - "Pops by the Sea" Concert

  • Nantucket Island

  • Nantucket Whaling Museum

  • Island Bus Tour

  • Village of Sconset

  • Provincetown

  • National Seashore Visitor's Center

  • Lighthouses

  • Whale Watching Cruise

  • Cape Cod Scenic Railroad - Colonial Lunch Train

  • Villae of Sandwich

  • Cape Cod Canal Visitor Center

  • Mystic Seaport Museum

  • Charles W. Morgan, Last Wooden Whale Ship in the World

Day 1

Take in the fresh air, cries of sea gulls, quaint fishing villages, and sunny beaches as your seven-day journey starts. Overnight in Connecticut.

Day 2

Arrive in the village of Sandwich, Cape Cod's oldest town in time for brunch at the historic Dan'l Webster Inn. Travel to the Hyannis Village Green where you will have reserved seats for the 32nd Annual "Pops by the Sea" concert featuring the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and special guest artists! You lodging for the next four nights will be in Hyannis, MA.

BR, CB

Day 3

Experience a high speed, one-hour ferry ride as the Hy-Line sails to the cobblestone streets of Nantucket Island - "The Little Grey Lady", 30 miles to sea. Walk to the Nantucket Whaling Museum with the local guide to view whaling artifacts and memorabilia. Enjoy a 1 1/4 hour island bus tour that travels past cranberry bogs, rolling farm land, quiet villages, and pounding surf to the charming village of Sconset.

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Day 4

Depart with your local guide for touring to "land's end" Provincetown, at the tip of Cape Cod. As you travel the length of the Cape, you will hear about the Pilgrim's first landing here in 1620 (before reaching Plymouth!) A stop at the National Seashore Visitor Center which offers a film on the geological formation of Cape Cod. Enjoy a photo stop at one of the Cape's working lighthouses before having free time in Provincetown. Experience a narrated whale-watching cruise aboard the Dolphin Fleet where you will learn about the mighty whale and view these "gentle giants" of the deep!

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Day 5

Start the day with a driving tour of Hyannis. Drive past the Kennedy Family Compound (limited views) and stop at the John F. Kennedy Memorial overlooking Lewis Bay. All aboard the Cape Cod Scenic Railroad for the Colonial Lunch Train. This delightful two-hour journey pairs an expertly prepared three-course meal with views of cranberry bogs, marsh, and woodlands. Tour the Village of Sandwich and see the Hoxie House (the oldest house on Cape Cod, circa 1637), the Dexter Grist Mill on Shawme Pond, and the First Church of Christ with its beautiful Christopher Wren Steeple. Explore the Cape Cod Canal Visitor Center.

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Day 6

Travel to the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, CT. Enjoy the beautiful riverfront location as you wander through the re-created 19th century community. A highlight of the seaport is the Charles W. Morgan, the last wooden whale ship in the world. Overnight in Connecticut.

BB

Day 7

Your journey home will be filled with many fond memories of Cape Cod.

CB

BR=Brunch, BB=Breakfast Buffet, CB=Continental Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Includes: Transportation, lodging, six breakfasts, brunch, lunch, two dinners including a lobster choice dinner, reserved seat tickets to the Pops, train ride, admissions, cruises and touring per itinerary, baggage handling, and taxes.

 

Balance due: 30 days prior to departure

 

Cancellation Policy: Booking to July 27, 2017 - $100 deposit non-refundable/non-transferable plus any non-refundable charges. (i.e. tickets, hotel rooms, services fees, etc.) 

 

Cancellation after July 27, 2017 - NO REFUND.

 

Depart: 6:30 am - Sewickley

            7:00 am - Pittsburgh

            7:30 am - Monroeville 

            7:45 am - Irwin

            8:00 am - New Stanton 

 

Walking code: 4 - To truly experience the program and destination, you need to be able to participate in physical activities such as longer walking tours, walking over uneven terrain, climbing stairs and periods of standing. Some of the touring days may be longer, with select included activities occurring later in the evening.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Irwin Target Parking Lot -between Target and Eat 'n Park
Route 30 West, Irwin, PA 15642
Monroeville Monroeville Mall - (near light pole #48)
254 Monroeville Mall Blvd, Monroeville, PA 15146
New Stanton New Stanton - Park & Ride by Turnpike Terminal
Pittsburgh Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown Hotel
Liberty Avenue side
Sewickley Mt. Nebo-Lenzner Terminal (free parking)
110 Lenzner Court, Sewickley, PA 15143
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Lenzner Tour and Travel Offices:

Charter and Tours—Sewickley

110 Lenzner Court, Sewickley, PA 15143

1-800-342-2349

Office Hours: 8:00 am—7:00 pm (Monday—Friday)

Travel Agency—Monroeville

254 Monroeville Mall, Monroeville, PA 15146

1-800-334-9937

Office Hours: 9:00 am—5:00 pm (Monday-Friday)

11:00 am—3:00 pm (Saturday)