You live to discover cuisine that leaves a lasting impression on every tast bud. Finding prime events that celebrate the flavors of classic food and beverages to trendy kitchen creations is a top priority on your travel list.
You will have 5 hours to spend at the Folk Festival. Be sure to check out one of the festival's busiest and most popular attractions! The festival's world-famous Quilt Barn features over 2,500 traditional handmade quilts and wall hangings on display and for sale throughout the entire festival. Plus their fully stocked quilt shop sells all the notions and hard-to-find items quilting enthusiasts look for, including the finest quilt fabric and exquisite miniature framed quilts!
Enjoy a day on the Eastern Shore with a River Cruise and an all-you-can-eat Crab Feast Luncheon. Take a cruise aboard a reproduction of an authentic 80-foot turn-of-the-century paddlewheeler, one of the most exciting attractions offered on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The boat is fully enclosed with heating and air conditioning. The upper deck is covered and provides a great view while cruising. While on board, enjoy an all-you-can-eat crab feast luncheon (provided by Suicide Bridge Restaurant)
New York City is a melting pot of people and cultures. Join us as we stop in the neighborhoods of South Street Seaport, SoHo, the Lower East Side and Little Italy where you can drink in the culture and savor their unique flavors with time to browse, buy, and eat on your own.
Each holiday season Mifflinburg offers its own version of an authentic Christmas Markt, inspired by the 700 year old traditional German Christkindl Market, or Christ Child Markt. The town's market is over 100 festive outdoor huts featuring unique handmade crafts and traditional Christkindl treats. Plenty to see and do for kids and adult alike. The air is filled with the enticing aroma of roasted almonds, hot chocolate, Hungarian goulash, savory sausages, gourmet coffees and German beer .