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13 days from £3,299 per person

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Experiencing Franconia Notch State Park - the 800ft gorge, spectacular waterfalls, and the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway. On a clear day, you’ll get amazing views of four states and Canada!


Autumn is the ideal time of year to visit New England. The air is crisp and cool, there’s pumpkin pie and apple cider in abundance, and the glorious fall foliage decorates the region in russet, ochre and gold. Travelling through five states, our New England tours take you to quaint mountain villages, college towns and coastal resorts. There are postcard-worthy views at every turn, from historic lighthouses and steeple-topped churches, to wooden covered bridges and rows of classic clapboard houses.

Your holiday includes:

11 excursions and visits

  • City tour of Boston with local guide
  • Visits to Newport; Provincetown; Mystic Seaport; Vermont State House in Montpelier; and Concord & Lexington
  • Entrance to the Norman Rockwell Museum
  • Time in Old Bennington and Woodstock
  • Walking tour of Burlington
  • Tour and tasting at Morse Maple Farm
  • Flume Gorge and Cannon Mountain Aerial tramway


  • 11 nights in hotels and 1 in flight (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International flights. Prices are based on return flights with Delta Airlines from London Heathrow. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • 8 meals: 8 breakfasts (days 4-6 and 8-12)


  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage

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  • VIP Outbound2

    UK - Boston

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Boston.

    Hyatt Regency (4-star) or Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown (3-star)

  • Day 2


    This morning we’ll enjoy a city tour of Boston with a local guide, taking in highlights such as the site of the Boston Tea Party, Back Bay and Beacon Hill, ending at Quincy Market.

    You’re free to explore at leisure for the rest of the day. It’s an easy, walkable city and enjoyable to explore - keep your eye out for the details and the odd quirk of architecture such as the brass plates and gas lamps at Beacon Hill. Or if shopping is your favourite, it’s also a great shopping city.

    • City tour of Boston with local guide (morning)

    Hyatt Regency (4-star) or Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown (3-star)

  • day 3


    Early this morning we head south towards Cape Cod. An optional excursion is available to Plimoth Plantation. Alternatively, spend your free time visiting the Pilgrim Hall Museum and walking around the village of Plymouth. We arrive in Hyannis later this afternoon.

    Hyannis Harbor Hotel (3-star)

  • day 4


    Provincetown, on the tip of Cape Cod, is a small beach resort with a thriving artistic community. We’ll see historical villages and sandy beaches along Route 6A, and view areas of Cape Cod National Seashore including the great dunes of the Province lands, windmills, lighthouses and sea captains’ homes. In town, you can explore MacMillan Wharf, the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, art galleries and much more.

    • Visit to Provincetown (afternoon)

    Hyannis Harbor Hotel (3-star)

  • day 5

    Newport - Mystic

    We cross into Rhode Island and stop in Newport, where you’ll have free time. The city is famous for its grand mansions from the ‘Gilded Age’ of the late 19th century, and you can choose an optional visit to one of them.

    Later we arrive in Mystic, where there’ll be time to explore Mystic Seaport. This vast collection of sailing ships and boats forms the largest maritime museum in the USA. Wandering around the ships and through the 19-acre, 19th-century coastal village filled with 60 original historic buildings, is like taking a step back in time.

    • Visit to Newport (afternoon)
    • Visit to Mystic Seaport (afternoon)

    Hyatt Place, Mystic (3-star)

  • day 6


    Leaving Mystic this morning, we’ll make stops to try and capture views of the spectacular fall foliage of the surrounding forest. Later, we continue to the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, which houses the world’s largest collection of Rockwell’s paintings and illustrations. We reach Pittsfield early this evening.

    • Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum (afternoon)

    Holiday Inn Pittsfield (3-star)

  • day 7

    Woodstock - Colchester

    Today promises to be a scenic feast as we travel through the beautiful landscapes of Vermont with stops at Old Bennington to see its 200-year-old church, and the charming town of Woodstock. We arrive at our hotel in Colchester, early this evening.

    • Excursion with time in Old Bennington and Woodstock (all day)

    Hampton Inn Colchester (3-star)

  • day8


    This morning we’ll explore Burlington a walking tour. This attractive college town is filled with historic buildings and plenty of green spaces. The rest of the day is free, with an optional tour to the pretty mountain village of Stowe, reached by gondola, another possibility this afternoon.

    • Walking tour of Burlington (morning)

    Hampton Inn Colchester (3-star)

  • nah day 9

    Montpelier - North Conway

    Our first stop today will be the family-run Morse Farm that has been producing maple syrup for generations. There’ll be a chance to taste and buy their products before we travel on to the state capital, Montpelier for a tour of the grand Vermont State House. We arrive in North Conway this evening.

    • Tour and tasting at Morse Maple Farm (morning)
    • Visit to Vermont State House in Montpelier (morning)

    North Conway Grand (3.5-star)

  • nah 10

    Flume Gorge

    Today, the wonderful White Mountains region of New Hampshire awaits. We’ll visit Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch State Park - a spectacular natural chasm stretching for 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty, which can be explored along a wooden walkway.

    Then we make our way to the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway and take the cable car to the 4,080-ft summit of Cannon Mountain. At the summit, you’ll find spectacular views from the observation deck, perfect for leaf-peeping. On a clear day you can even see the mountains of four states and Canada. We return to the hotel this afternoon.

    • Flume Gorge and Cannon Mountain Aerial tramway (afternoon)

    North Conway Grand (3.5-star)

  • nah day 11


    We make our way to Ogunquit in Maine, arriving late this afternoon. We’ll spend our last night in New England here, in the town known as the beautiful place by the sea. We’ll stay just a short walk from town, filled with restaurants, cafés and bars. You’ll have time this afternoon to visit the sandy beach, take the Marginal Walk cliff walk or simply relax and enjoy your hotel facilities.

    Meadowmere Resort, Ogunquit (3-star)

  • nah day 12

    Day 12 Concord - Boston - In flight

    Departing Ogunquit, we visit the town of Concord and the Minute Man National Historic Park. The first shots of the American Revolutionary War were fired here in 1775. We’ll continue Lexington Battle Green, site of the opening battle of the war.

    From here we continue to the airport for your return flight to the UK.

    • Visits to Concord and Lexington Battle Green (all day)

    In flight

  • VIP Inbound 2

    Day 13 UK

    Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

    Arrive Home

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Important information about your destination

Please note: On departure dates later than 9 October, the Cannon Aerial Tramway on day 10 will be closed. We’ll visit the Conway Scenic Railroad instead.



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