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American Countess Steamboat Pitts-Louisville 2020

American Countess Steamboat Pitts-Louisville 2020

Set sail on a U.S. River Cruise aboard the NEW American Countess, the latest addition of authentic paddlewheeler in the American Queen Steamboat Company fleet. Discover America's scenic heartland as you travel the tranquil waters of the Ohio River from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Louisville, Kentucky with daily port-of-call stops to experience a variety of fascinating shore excursions along the way.

Package Includes

7 Nights’ Accommodations Aboard the American Countess Steamboat, All Meals including Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are Included Aboard the Steamboat, 24-hour Complimentary Room Service, Daily Included Shore Excursions at Ports of Call as Listed in the Itinerary, Motorcoach Transportation to Pittsburgh, PA and Return Trip from Louisville, Kentucky, Baggage Handling. 

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

1. The American Countess offers an Early Dining Option at 5:30 p.m. and a Late Dining Option at 7:45 p.m. They are on a first-come, first-served basis at the time that you book and pay for your 8-day trip. The Early Dining Option fills quickly, thus, you need to attempt to book your dining as soon as your trip is paid in full.

 

2. Clothing suggestions while on the trip are as follows: Daytime dress is casual, and be sure to bring comfortable, non-slip walking shoes for ports-of-call and shore excursions. Slacks and shorts are acceptable in all public areas of the vessel and ashore. For evenings, country-club-casual attire is suggested, a dress, dressy skirt and blouse or a pantsuit for ladies, and for the gentlemen you may wish to wear a sport coat but it is not required. It is requested that guests do not wear shorts to dinner in the main dining room.

 

 

Accommodation Options:

2020 Deluxe Outside Staterooms with Private Veranda (A)

Located on the Cabin Deck (Deck 2) – Features include 1 Queen Bed or 2 Single Beds, full bathroom with shower, furnished lounge area with sofa and desk, sliding doors that open to the veranda, and interior access.

            Single Occupancy   $7,572

            Double Occupancy – 1 Queen Bed   $4,073 per person

            Double Occupancy – 2 Twin Beds   $4,073 per person

 

2020 Outside Staterooms with Open Veranda (B)

Located on the Observation Deck (Deck 3) – Features include 1 Queen Bed or 2 Single Beds, full bathroom with shower, furnished lounge area with sofa and desk, sliding doors that open to the veranda, as well as interior and exterior access.

            Single Occupancy   $7,172

            Double Occupancy – 1 Queen Bed   $3,873 per person

            Double Occupancy – 2 Twin Beds   $3,873 per person

 

2020 Inside Stateroom (E)

Located on the Cabin Deck (Deck 2) and Observation Deck (Deck 3) – Features include 1 Queen Bed or 2 Single Beds, full bathroom with shower, writing desk with chair and interior access.

            Single Occupancy   $3,772

            Double Occupancy – 1 Queen Bed   $2,173 per person

            Double Occupancy – 2 Twin Beds   $2,173 per person

 

**To reserve your Accommodations, a $1,000 per person deposit is due at the time of booking and is subject to above category availability.  Accommodations are NOT considered confirmed until Wolf’s Bus Lines receives required deposit and then provides payment and appropriate passenger information to the American Queen Steamboat Company.**

 

Please Note:  At the conclusion of the trip, there will be a minimum charge of $136.50 per person automatically posted to your credit card issued at the beginning of the cruise that will be used toward gratuities for the staff of the American Countess.  If you would like to extend an additional amount, it may be done at this time.  The gratuity is NOT included in the tour’s package price.

 

 

***ALL WOLF'S TOURS - TIMES AND ITINERARY SUBJECT TO CHANGE***

 

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE:

1. The American Countess offers an Early Dining Option at 5:30 p.m. and a Late Dining Option at 7:45 p.m. They are on a first-come, first-served basis at the time that you book and pay for your 8-day trip. The Early Dining Option fills quickly, thus, you need to attempt to book your dining as soon as your trip is paid in full.

2. Clothing suggestions while on the trip are as follows: Daytime dress is casual, and be sure to bring comfortable, non-slip walking shoes for ports-of-call and shore excursions. Slacks and shorts are acceptable in all public areas of the vessel and ashore. For evenings, country-club-casual attire is suggested, a dress, dressy skirt and blouse or a pantsuit for ladies, and for the gentlemen you may wish to wear a sport coat but it is not required. It is requested that guests do not wear shorts to dinner in the main dining room.

Accommodation Options:
2020 Deluxe Outside Staterooms with Private Veranda (A)
Located on the Cabin Deck (Deck 2) - Features include 1 Queen Bed or 2 Single Beds, full bathroom with shower, furnished lounge area with sofa and desk, sliding doors that open to the veranda, and interior access.

2020 Outside Staterooms with Open Veranda (B)
Located on the Observation Deck (Deck 3) - Features include 1 Queen Bed or 2 Single Beds, full bathroom with shower, furnished lounge area with sofa and desk, sliding doors that open to the veranda, as well as interior and exterior access.

2020 Inside Stateroom (E)
Located on the Cabin Deck (Deck 2) and Observation Deck (Deck 3) - Features include 1 Queen Bed or 2 Single Beds, full bathroom with shower, writing desk with chair and interior access.

**To reserve your Accommodations, a $1,000 per person deposit is due at the time of booking and is subject to above category availability. Accommodations are NOT considered confirmed until Wolf's Bus Lines receives required deposit and then provides payment and appropriate passenger information to the American Queen Steamboat Company.**

DAY 1

Following a stop for lunch on your own, we will arrive in Pittsburgh, PA for group check-in and boarding on the American Countess. Passengers will be required to present a valid credit card that will be used to charge any incidentals as well as staff gratuity prior to disembarkation on the final day of the trip. The Countess is comprised of four decks, 123 inviting staterooms of varying categories*, features a well-appointed fitness center to keep up with your daily workout routine, a Card Room that provides a social area to mingle with fellow travelers, a gift shop to browse for souvenirs to remember the excursion, as well as an award-winning culinary team that takes advantage of each region's diverse bounty of fresh local ingredients to fashion authentic dishes for the meals in either the Grand Dining Room or the more casual River Grill. Dinner this evening will be included aboard the Countess.

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DAY 2

Wake to breakfast included aboard the American Countess prior to stopping at our first Port-of-Call Wheeling, West Virginia. Founded by Colonel Ebenezer Zane in 1769, Wheeling was established as a town in 1795 and became a popular frontier town by the early 1880s, largely due to trade along the Ohio River in conjunction with the B&O Railroad and National Road - the nation's first roadway and a most important avenue of commerce. In the late nineteenth century, the town served as a prime industrial center for the state with thriving factory business in iron, steel, glass and tobacco. Through its bustling industrial economy and steady working population, Wheeling developed an area of fine housing around Wheeling Island on the Ohio River called Victorian Old Town. First-time visitors to the Friendly City will find plenty of history to explore in the area. Walk across the 150-year-old Wheeling Suspension Bridge and gaze at the graceful waters of the Ohio River or better yet take a walk through Victorian Old Town and visit breathtaking homes from the stylish Victorian Era.

Experience river cities along your cruise route with select shore excursions. Narrated tours, a dedicated fleet of Hop-On/Hop-Off river coaches, and select admissions to the sites along the river let you experience the history and culture of the cities along the river route.

Today's included shore excursions are as follows:

West Virginia Independence Hall
Nearly six years before President Lincoln signed the proclamation making West Virginia the 35th State in the Union, construction had begun on the Wheeling Custom House, headquarters for federal officers for the Western District of Virginia. Its completion, coinciding with the Civil War provided a facility for political discussions and constitutional conventions. The grand architecture of the building's interiors have been restored to be authentic to the time period in which it portrays. Guests can view an interpretive video, "For Liberty and Union," and take a self-guided tour of the building.

Eckhart House
Built in 1892 by wealthy banker George W. Eckhart Jr., the Eckhart House was considered to be one of the residential building achievements of the year by the Wheeling Daily Intelligencer in October 29, 1892. With most of its original architectural features well preserved, it has earned the title of Victorian Wheeling's 'Crown Jewel'. The three story Queen Anne town home is nestled in the heart of Victorian Old Town and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Besides tours, the Eckhart House has a Tea Room and a Gift Shop.

Capitol Theatre
The Capitol Theatre is the largest theatre in West Virginia and a landmark building in the national historic district of downtown Wheeling. For many years, it has served as the home of Jamboree USA and the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra. The Capitol Theatre opened its doors for the first time on November 29th, 1928 for four different shows with each seat costing sixty cents. The building originally had a copper marquee with a large and electric neon sign at the entrance and was composed with a color scheme of mulberry, delicate green tones, ivory and various shades of gold russet.

Centre Market/Shopping
The Centre Wheeling Market is a historic public market located along Market Street between 22nd and 23rd Streets and was built in 1853. The market is older than the state itself. The Upper Market House is the eldest market house in the country. Local business owners in and around the Centre Market square strive to bring back the comfort of home. The Centre Market has a wide arrange of shops and restaurants including hand crafted jewelry and pottery and a fish market. There is something here for everyone!

Dinner this evening will once again be included on the American Countess at your chosen time. After dinner, you may choose to relax and unwind with fellow passengers catching up on your excursion experiences or spend your evening in the Majestic Theatre aboard the Countess offering nightly Broadway-caliber entertainment. The remainder of the evening is up to you.

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DAY 3

Once again, breakfast will be included on the Countess before you disembark in today's Port-of-Call, Marietta, OH. Marietta's location on two major navigable rivers made it ripe for industry and commerce in the 19th century, with boat building emerging as one of its earliest - a history that is shared at the Ohio River Museum. Oil booms in 1875 and 1910 made investors rich, leading to the construction of lavish houses, many of which still stand. In 1939, the Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen, America's Riverboat Historical Society, was established in Marietta to celebrate the region's substantial river history. Marietta is also home to the Great Mound, or Conus, built by the Mound Builders. The mound was preserved by the original pioneers and is contained within the Mound Cemetery, which is also home to the largest number of Revolutionary War officers buried in one location.

Included Shore Excursions for today are as follows:

The Mounds
The Mound Cemetery was developed around the base of a prehistoric Adena burial mound known as the Great Mound or Conus in order to preserve it from destruction. In its early years, the Mound Cemetery saw the burial of more than 25 Revolutionary War soldiers and has the highest number of burials of officers in the country.

The Castle
The Castle was the home of some of Marietta's most prominent and influential citizens and was the site of grand business, community and family functions throughout Marietta's history. Only a total of five families have lived on the property between 1808 and 1974 and was later donated to the Betsey Mills Corporation who completed repairs and opened it for tours in 1994. Tour this historical house museum furnished with antiques from the Bosley family and the historical furniture from the other Marietta families who resided in the home.

Campus Martius Museum
Campus Martius Museum was built on the site of the original stockade, built by the Ohio Company between 1788 and 1791. Known by the early settlers as the stockade or Campus Martius, the original fortification was built to house and protect the members of the Ohio Company during the Ohio Indian Wars of 1790 to 1794. By 1795, after the signing of the Treaty of Greeneville, the stockade was no longer necessary and torn down. In 1953, the Ohio Historical Society restored the museum and moved it to the present site of the Ohio Company Land Office. Explore the many exhibits including the Ohio's First Peoples, Marietta Pioneers and Fort Harmar.

Ohio River Museum
This museum features exhibits recounting the history of the Ohio River and the many different types of boats that have been transporting people and cargo for hundreds of years. Three buildings of exhibits focus on the history of the Ohio River and its importance relating to the expansion of our country. The Golden Age of the steamboat recalls the romance and luxury as many people traveled the river in style. The pride of the museum is the W.P. Snyder, Jr., the last of the steam-powered, stern wheeled towboats in the United States and a National Historic Landmark. Docked on the Muskingum River and open for guided tours since 1955, the Snyder takes visitors back to a different era of work boats on the river.

Children's Toy & Doll Museum
Located in the historic Harmar Village of Marietta, this museum features unique dollhouses, teddy bears, dolls, games, stores and offices furnished to their respective periods. They also have antique metal banks and a reproduction carousel horse that represents a gentler time of county fairs on summer nights. Take a step into the past.

The Henry Fearing House Museum
The Henry Fearing House was built in 1847 for Henry Fearing, a successful business man who owned and developed property along with interest in a steamboat. He later donated the land for a Woman's Home.

After a day of sightseeing, return to the American Countess for a mouthwatering meal and perhaps an arousing game of cards with fellow passengers or entertainment in the Majestic Theatre.

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DAY 4

A hearty breakfast will be included on board once again as we make our way to our next Port-of-Call, Huntington, WV. Huntington is a vibrant, energetic city that has managed to keep their heritage alive, while still keeping up with the progressions of modern culture. The city is part of the largest inland port in the United States, where West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky meet. Steamboats have always been a huge aspect of Huntington's history, as a major port for lumber, coal, and fuel during the railroad extension. Today, Huntington welcomes all visitors with open arms and wide smiles, and invites all to explore their unique shops, restaurants, museums, and historical buildings!

Included Shore Excursions featuring the following attractions:

Pullman Square Shopping District
Begin your day at Huntington's downtown district, where contemporary local shops are situated along rustic, historic buildings. Spend your time visiting local retail shops, restaurants, and craft stores where you can pick out the perfect souvenir! Many of the small shops offer hand-crafted arts, capturing the creative culture of this small town.

J. Taylor Auto Museum
Featuring over 30 antique automobiles dating back to 1914, this museum is sure to transport you to a simpler time. Admire Model T's, Model A Fords, Touring Cars, Convertibles, and even a rare Cadillac limousine and Chrysler convertible, each in pristine condition. As you make your way past each incredible display, enjoy the elegant examples of automobile development and design throughout history.

Old Central City
Old Central State is known as the "Antique Capital" of the Tri-State (Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia). Here, spend time exploring the unique shopping opportunities, indulging in local cuisine, and uncovering rich, local history at nearby museums. While here, enjoy exploring what is known to locals as the "Quilt Trail," an extensive display of locally-crafted, handmade quilts! Within the complex, there are many shops and restaurants, museums, and themed-markets. Take this opportunity to find unique antiques and collectibles!

Outdoor Railroad Museum
Instead of displays mounted on the wall or behind the walls of a glass box, this museum is much different. These actual train cars are open to visitors to get a hands-on experience! Climb in and explore the interior and exterior of different train models throughout history and learn what set them apart. You will have the opportunity to explore the H-6 Baldwin Steam Locomotive, Operation Lifesaver Caboose, C&O Caboose, H.K. Porter 0-4-0 Saddle-Tank Switcher, CSX Diesel Cab, and the C&O Speeder Car!

Ritter Park Rose Garden
The Ritter Park Rose Garden has been voted one of the country's best rose gardens numerous times and features over 3,000 roses. Each year several AARS winning roses are planted in the Rose Garden as we work to continue its beauty and award worthiness. Normally achieving "full bloom" status in late May to mid-June, the Rose Garden is a favorite destination for weddings, baby and bridal showers and family get-togethers all season long. This perfectly manicured rose garden, features cobblestone walkways, white gazebos, and stone bridges.

Marshall University Special Collections Library and Campus
At Marshall's University, spend the afternoon exploring their expansive museum, showcasing exhibits of West Virginia and its surrounding counties throughout history. Their rotating exhibits highlight collections of artifacts, news clippings, memorabilia, artwork, and literature. Explore the museum at your leisure.

Heritage Station & Cabell-Huntington CVB
If you aren't sure where to begin your day of exploration, a stop at the Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau may be the best place to start! Here, learn about Huntington's history and culture. Speak with any of the local experts who would be happy to answer any questions you may have or make suggestions on how to spend your day! You will also get a chance to discover what the city of Huntington has to offer and find the perfect spot that suits your interests!

As you return from a busy day of touring, enjoy a relaxing dinner with newfound friends or a loved one and share tales of today's exciting moments. The remainder of the night is once again up to you.

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DAY 5

Breakfast will be included this morning as we cruise into Augusta, KY. Augusta, Kentucky is located in Bracken County at the confluence of the Ohio River and Bracken Creek. The city offers an incredible long-range view of the picturesque river valley, known to be one of the most stunning views of the valley in the state of Kentucky. Augusta was regarded as one of the most popular shipping ports during the agricultural growth era. Tobacco, hemp, livestock, and wine were frequently exported from Augusta to surrounding areas. Today, the city continues to grow and welcomes visitors of all ages!

Hop-On/Hop-Off Included Excursion offered today:

Rosemary Clooney House Museum
This non-profit foundation lead by Dr. Steve Henry and his wife Heather French Henry, was established to preserve Rosemary Clooney's house and to open it to the public so they could see memorabilia from her life and career. This home, located on Riverside Drive, was her retreat from the demands of her career. Today, the home features artifacts depicting the life of an extraordinary woman.

Mohrfield Home & Main Garden
This beautiful, privately owned and maintained garden is open to the public year-round and is just one of Augusta's many stunning gardens and parks!

1811 Jail & Appleman Park
The old Bracken County jail was built in 1811, located in Appleman Park and housed prisoners well into the 1970's. The courthouse burned in 1848. The jail survived the fire and was used by the City of Augusta until 1967. The upper floor of the jail was where the jailer and family lived and the bottom floor was the jail. The jail's history is tied to the Underground Railroad and prior to 1838, slaves were captured and sold here. In 2009, the jail was restored and placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Shopping and Dining District
If you are looking for a unique shopping and dining experience, a stop at Augusta's downtown district is the stop for you! As you make your way up and down Main Street, explore the shops filled with Kentucky products, antiques, and art.

Baker Bird Winery
The Baker Bird Winery is the oldest commercial estate winery in America with its original land. It was built by German immigrants that settled in the area and produced fine wines of the America's Rhineland in the mid-1800s. Here, you will enjoy wine tastings, historical tours, and the beautiful atmosphere of this historic winery.

As you return to re-board the Countess, you will have time to catch your breath and dine on a splendid meal prepared by the award-wining culinary team and be waited on by a most gracious staff. Is your bed calling, or have you caught your second wind? If you have caught your second wind, don't forget to visit the Majestic Theatre for tonight's entertainment.

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DAY 6

Join your fellow passengers for breakfast included on the Countess as we dock in Cincinnati,OH for the day. Amidst the gently rolling hills along the Ohio River, Cincinnati spreads from the southwestern corner of Ohio into Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. The city is located about mid-point on the shoreline of the 981-mile long Ohio River. John Filson, one of the first settlers in the Ohio Valley community, named it Losantiville, meaning "town opposite the mouth" of the Licking River. The community was the location of Fort Washington, which provided military protection for the surrounding territories. In 1790, General Arthur St. Clair, Commander of Fort Washington, renamed it Cincinnati in honor of the society of Cincinnati, an organization of Revolutionary War officers.

The American Countess has arranged for a Premium Excursion at an additional cost to visit the Ark Encounter. The largest timber frame structure in the world and an engineering masterpiece, the Ark stands seven stories tall and spans 510 feet long (equivalent to a football field and a half long), 85 feet wide and 51 feet high. Built according to the dimensions given in the Bible, enter Noah's world and tour three decks filled with scores of stunning exhibits that will allow you to experience what his life may have been like while on the Ark. According to the Bible, Noah's Ark was a safe haven for representatives of all kinds of air-breathing land animals and flying creatures. Ark researchers estimate a maximum of around 7,000 animals were on board, and Noah and his family still had sufficient space for food, water and other storage. How did Noah fit all the animals on board? How did Noah care for all the animals? How did Noah build the Ark? These questions and much more about the year-long global Flood are answered in the mind-blowing and thought-provoking exhibits.

Included Shore Excursions today feature:

Fountain Square
This iconic fountain is in the heart of Cincinnati, Ohio. Located at the corner of Fifth and Vine Streets, Fountain Square is a public space where Cincinnatians gather, celebrate and connect as a city.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
This interactive center is a Smithsonian Institution affiliate, a museum of ideas, a site of conscience, a museum of American history, and museum of African American history. (Admission additional).

Krohn Conservatory
This greenhouse contains multiple floral plants, displayed in the palm house, desert house, the Hinkle Magnolia Garden including a bonsai and orchid displays. Krohn Conservatory was built in 1933 at the height of the Art Deco era. It's what's inside those aluminum and glass walls that make Krohn Conservatory truly special. You'd have to travel a good distance from Cincinnati to visit a rainforest or a desert - or come to Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati Parks' nationally recognized showcase of more than 3,500 plant species from around the world.

The Eden Park Observation Point
Here, you will view some landmarks within the park including a picturesque gazebo, where a breathtaking view of the city is offered to all of its visitors. This stop is the perfect place for those who love nature and scenery to hop-off.

Cincinnati Art Museum
This impressive museum harbors an unparalleled art collection consisting of more than 60,000 works, spanning over 6,000 years throughout history. It also hosts several national and international traveling exhibitions each year. Today, spend your afternoon exploring the art work from many talented artists from across the world.

Newport on the Levee
Take advantage of this centrally located stop, where many unique boutiques, restaurants, and attractions are within walking distance. Here, find the perfect souvenir to bring back home, grab a bite to eat for lunch, or just enjoy the stunning scenery around the beautiful city of Cincinnati, Ohio!

Reds Hall of Fame and Museum
A place where the story of Reds baseball comes alive each day. Explore the facility and all of its exhibits and discover the history of this iconic Ohio baseball team, including information about the Reds' best players, historic games, and Hall of Famers. (Admission additional).

Dinner this evening will once again be included on the American Countess at your chosen time. After dinner, you may choose to relax and unwind with fellow passengers catching up on your excursion experiences or spend your evening in the Majestic Theatre aboard the Countess offering nightly Broadway-caliber entertainment. The remainder of the evening is up to you.

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DAY 7

Wake to a delightful breakfast served as we arrive at our Port-of-Call for today Madison, IN. This quaint river town is sure to win your heart. Madison's culture and heritage is weaved into nearly every stop, ensuring you a glimpse of the beauty and history of antique machinery at the Schroeder House, or an example of fine craftsmanship at the Lanier Mansion State Historic Site, where the stunning Greek Revival architecture is sure to impress each of its visitors!
Choices for today's Included Shore Excursions:

Schroeder Saddletree Factory
This factory is America's very last 19th century saddletree factory. For 94 years, workers at the Ben Schroeder Saddletree Company crafted tens of thousands of wooden frames for saddle makers throughout the United States and Latin America. It was the nation's longest lasting, continually operated, family owned saddletree company. After his death, Ben's family kept his dream alive by adding stirrups, hames for horse collars, clothespins, lawn furniture and even work gloves to their line of saddletrees. The factory closed in 1972 and was left completely intact.

Broadway Fountain
One of Madison's landmarks, the original Broadway Fountain stood in the middle of Broadway for almost 100 years before it was dismantled and replaced with the 1981 bronze copy or reproduction. The original Janes, Kirtland, and Company cast iron fountain was displayed at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. The only part of the original fountain that is still present in Fountain Park is a stone plinth that supported one of the original triton figures; it is set into the concrete at the south end of the central path as a base for a tablet that commemorates the replacement fountain.

Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
This Greek Revival style abode was built in 1844 and is often referred to as the "Crown Jewel of Madison's Historic District. Tour this home adorned with historic architectural features and catch a breathtaking glimpse of the Ohio River from the south portico beneath the colossal Corinthian columns. (only first floor is ADA, but guests have access to all 3 floors) Lanier Mansion is one of the best examples of Greek Revival architecture in the country and is considered to be the "Crown Jewel" of Madison's Historic District. Designed by architect Francis Costigan, the mansion exhibits many original Greek Revival features including its square plan, the full façade porch on the south elevation, the Corinthian columns on the south portico, the Doric pilasters that appear on several locations on the exterior, the massive exterior entablature and dentilated cornice, the ornamental anthemia, the ornamental pediments over the windows and doors, and the Ionic columns that separate the double parlors on the first floor.

History Center and Railroad Museum
The History Center and Railroad Station Museum are owned and operated by the Jefferson County Historical Society. The History Center offers visitors a permanent exhibit gallery devoted to the history of Southern Indiana and the mid-Ohio Valley. It also contains a research library and archives. The Railroad Station Museum is a historic representation of an early 20th century passenger station. It features an octagonal waiting room that is two stories tall.

Jeremiah Sullivan House
Built in 1818 and considered Madison's first mansion, this stately federal style structure was home to one of Madison's most distinguished leaders, Jeremiah Sullivan. The house's interior features most of the original woodwork and whitewashed plaster, as well as a full basement, an unusual feature in Madison during the mid-1800s. Trail Interactive exhibit!

Doctor Hutchings Office & Museum
The Dr. William D. Hutchings Office and Museum is one of the most authentic 19th century medical history restorations in the U.S. Built c. 1850 and originally used as a law office, Dr. Hutchings healed and comforted the sick from 1878 until his death in 1903. Hundreds of the Dr. Hutchings medical records, surgical tools, books and other artifacts, including early electrical healing devices, fill the Office. Next door in the museum enjoy a sampling of Hutchings family treasures found in the Office when it was donated to Historic Madison, Inc. in 1968.

Return for your last evening on the Countess for dinner and a night that will end with a bang! In case you have forgotten, today is July 4th and the Countess will honor America with a spectacular fireworks display. Join together with fellow passengers to sing our national anthem and pay tribute to those who fought for the freedoms that we enjoy today and forever more!

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DAY 8

Our final morning on the Countess has us docking in Louisville, KY where we will have breakfast before disembarking with a treasure trove of memorable experiences of our journey on the river. We will board our Wolf's motorcoach and depart for home with meal and rest stops along the way.

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Please Note: At the conclusion of the trip, there will be a minimum charge of $136.50 per person automatically posted to your credit card issued at the beginning of the cruise that will be used toward gratuities for the staff of the American Countess. If you would like to extend an additional amount, it may be done at this time. The gratuity is NOT included in the tour's package price.

***ALL WOLF'S TOURS - TIMES AND ITINERARY SUBJECT TO CHANGE***

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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Camp Hill Camp Hill Radisson, 1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Park near Radisson sign across from McDonalds
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Carlisle Carlisle Point Mall, 800 East High Street
Park in mall lot across from Pizza Hut
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Hanover Hanover - Staples Shopping Ctr, 440 Eisenhower Dr
Park along grass island in center of lot
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York York Four Points Sheraton, 1650 Toronita St.
Go to the right and park in the far corner of lot
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York Springs York Springs - Wolf's Terminal
200 Old US Rt. 15 - Park near large sign
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