Newport: Colonial, Gilded Age, America’s Cup and More
Immerse yourself in more than four centuries of history in Newport, from the Colonial era to the Gilded Age and beyond. Join local experts on walking explorations of this seaside destination’s glorious mansions and glean little-known insights into the city’s character from staff at the Newport Historical Society, Newport Restoration Society, International Yacht Restoration School and Tennis Hall of Fame.
Historic Houses, Gardens and Country Farms of Vermont and New Hampshire
Set out across two northern New England states to discover an array of historic properties, from humble homesteads to magnificent mansions — plus several bountiful working farms.
New England Railroads: History and Heritage
Ride along the historic rails of New England’s railroads on an adventure through the Connecticut River Valley, the mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont, and the cranberry bogs of Cape Cod.
Lobsters, Wineries and Foods of New England
Experience the diversity of New England cuisine and the region's beautiful scenery during a weeklong journey through Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Discuss with professional winemakers, lobstermen, fishermen and farmers the products they grow and harvest from the land and sea.
Coastal Gems of Southern New England
Don’t let their small size fool you — when it comes to history and culture, few states offer more than Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Much of this fascinating heritage resides in their iconic coastal communities, from quirky, foodie Providence to charming Mystic to classy and beautiful Newport. Journey to these quintessential New England cities as historians weave the connections among them.