Mid-Winter Escape to ST. AugustineFlorida
St. Augustine Tour Highlights | All Admissions Included
*Double Occupancy,$1,179 | $1,459 Single | $75 Deposit per person.
National Quilt Museum – Largest and most prestigious museum devoted to quilts and fiber art.
St. Augustine Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour – Sit back, relax, & enjoy the history & sights of this historic town as the trolly conductors share their knowledge and stories on this guided tour.
Oldest House in the U.S., Castillo de San Marcos
National Monument – This
Ponce de Leon Deemed The Fountain Of Youth – The spring that supposedly restores the youth of anyone drinking
St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum – Dedicated to discover, preserve, present, & keep alive the stories of the Nation’s Oldest Port.
Savannah Riverboat Cruises – Enjoy a beautiful cruise aboard a paddle-wheel riverboat as you take in the sights.
Narrated Tram Tour of Jekyll Island – Step back in time as your tour this 240-acre historic district.
Historic Faith Chapel – Constructed in 1904 it was built exclusively for the use of the Jekyll Island Club’s prestigious members. Unique architectural features such as gargoyles, beautifully stained cypress shingles, elegant hardwoods, and two brilliantly colored stained glass windows.
Trolley Tour – Enjoy a charming tour of this fine city.
River Street – Located in historic Savannah, home to more than 70 businesses, shops, and restaurants.
Paula Deen’s Lady & Son’s Restaurant – Famous buffet featuring true southern favorites. Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum – Exhibiting ship models, paintings, & maritime antiques.
The Cherry Blossom Festival – Celebrating the spring blooming of the Yoshino Cherry Trees.
River Discover Center – Through interactive exhibits learn the history of the river.
Package Also Includes:
• 8 Nights’ Comfortable Accommodations
• 14 Meals: 8 Breakfast, 6 Lunch/Dinners
• All Admissions & Luggage Handling
• Touring Motorcoach
• Tour Coordinator On Board
• On Board Entertainment
*Prices based on double occupancy, single $1,459.