Morning arrival in Cambridge, MD to pick up the local guide. Travel along
the “Highway to Freedom”, and learn about the life and accomplishments
of Harriet Tubman, a courageous women who led enslaved people to
freedom. We will wind through the rural landscape of Maryland’s Eastern
Shore, while passing landmarks such as the Stanley Institute, and Stewart’s
Canal, where Harriet Tubman worked alongside her father as a young
Step aboard the Sawyer, a 52-ft vessel for a narrated cruise along
the waterways where Harriet Tubman worked and learned valuable
information, which she later used to guide fellow slaves to freedom using
the Underground Railroad.
This afternoon enjoy a delightful lunch at Old Salty’s Restaurant. Following
lunch visit the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park and
Visitor Center, which features 10,000 square feet of enlightening exhibits
that feature information about her childhood and young adulthood.
On the way back to Cambridge learn more about landmarks that were
significant to Tubman’s life, including the Little Blackwater River Bridge,
Brodess Farm, and the Bucktown Village Store.
Itinerary is subject to change at any time without notification and or compensation.
5:00AM - Motorcoach will depart Lancaster, AC Moore store, at
the Lancaster Shopping Center on the Oregon Pike/Route 272
side of the store.
6:00AM - Motorcoach will depart from Harrisburg, AAA Central
Penn, 2301 Paxton Church Rd, upper lot behind the building;
travel to Maryland with a brief rest stop en route.
4:00PM - Depart for Central Pennsylvania with a fast food rest
stop en route.
8:00PM - Approximate arrival time back in Harrisburg.
9:00PM - Approximate arrival time back in Lancaster.
• Free parking with roundtrip motorcoach transportation
• All tours and admissions as listed per itinerary
• Lunch at Old Salty’s Restaurant
• Narrated boat cruise onboard the Sawyer
• Local Guide Service
• All taxes and gratuities
• Services of a Discoveries Journey Manager
$199.00 PER PERSON
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