• Full Steam Ahead

  • Historic Trains of New York
    7 Days/6 Nights Suggested, but tour can be customized

    Welcome aboard! It’s full steam ahead on the historic trains of New York and a gold-medal-worthy adventure in Lake Placid. Travel back in time as you chug along by small villages and historic homes, past hillside farms and big red barns. Climb new heights in Lake Placid and venture out into the historic Hudson Valley. This vacation offers something for everyone. Come along, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!

  • Adirondack Park

    Travel in the Adirondack region by train that will take you through remote forests, past sparkling rivers, over bridges, past tranquil ponds and streams into the magnificent beauty of nature’s bounty and watch for the many animals and birds along the way.


  • Old Forge, NY

    Guests will visit the charming shops and have lunch on your own in one of the local eateries.

  • The Museum on
    Blue Mountain Lake

    With the Blue Mountain rising behind it and Blue Mountain Lake sparkling below, the Adirondack Museum's vast campus features displays in 22 modern exhibition galleries and historic buildings.

  • Immersion into the Olympics

    At the Olympic Museum, explore the legacy of the 1932 and 1980 Lake Placid Winter Games with may great exhibits, which include video highlights, athletes’ uniforms and equipment, collections of Olympic Games’ torches, mascots and medals including the first gold medal ever awarded.


  • Fort Ticonderoga

    Visit a large 18th-century star fort built by the French.  Venture out to explore the museum, grounds and King’s gardens and witness the activities of the day such as the musket demo and fife and drum corps. Your visit includes a 30-minute introduction led by a costumed guide.


  • Minne Ha Ha

    An authentic Sternwheel Steamboat for a tour of Lake George’s Southern Basin. Imagine the way people traveled this lake over 100 years ago.


  • Heritage Tourist Railroad

    Steam locomotives were the technology that helped build America’s railroads.. During your ride you will witness the natural beauty of the Catskills as you travel along in vintage coaches.


  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt
    Home and Library

    This National Historic Site preserves the Springwood Estate, the birthplace, lifelong home and burial place of the 32nd President of the United States. Learn the story of the Roosevelt presidency beginning in the depths of the Great Depression and continuing through the New Deal and World War II.

  • Val Kill

    The Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site. FDR encouraged Eleanor Roosevelt to develop this property as a place where she could develop some of her ideas for work with winter jobs for rural workers and women.

  • Culinary Institute of America

    The world's top culinary school that began in 1946, with a daring vision shared by two extraordinary women.  Your visit begins with a brief history of the college followed by a liquid “taste test.” Use your senses of smell and taste as you discover how they are connected in how we perceive the “taste” when we place something in our mouth.

  • Dinner on the Rondout Waterfront

    Situated on the banks of the Hudson River on the historic Rondout Waterfront, the building is part of the former Cornell Steamboat Company shops. The Cornell Steamboat Company was the dominating towing company on the Hudson from 1880 to the 1930’s.

  • Harry Packer Mansion

    The mansion's impressive facade could have been taken from a Gothic novel, so much so that the building's design caught the eye of Disney Imagineers and it became the inspiration for Walt Disney World's "Haunted Mansion!"

  • Lehigh Gorge Scenic Train

    Sit back and relax in the vintage coaches that were built as early as 1917. This 75-minute narrated ride is pulled by diesel engines and follows the majestic Lehigh River.