If you could be anywhere right now, the outdoors would be calling your name. From colorful botanical gardens, to the untouched beauty of natural state parks, you are ready for your next adventure among mother nature.
Board the Potomac Eagle Train for a three-hour narrated excursion including a 3-course late lunch/early dinner in the Premium Dining Car. The train ride offers a leisurely ride through the tranquil and pristine mountain valley known as "The Trough". Enjoy the view of lush forests and the chance to see the magnificent national symbol - the American Bald Eagle.
Today's experience is up to you. Choose to visit the National Zoo which houses 2,700 individual animals of nearly 400 different species including their most famous residents, giant pandas Tian Tian, Mei Xiang and Xiao Qi Ji. If history is more your reason for visiting DC, our Nation's Capital houses a wealth of historical facts, artifacts and interesting stories about famous people. Visit the Museum of Natural History, The Holocaust Museum, or anyone of the Smithsonian museums at your leisure.
Join Wolf's Bus Lines for a howling good time including a self-guided tour at the Wolf Sanctuary in Lititz and free time to shop at Roots Market in Manheim. It is only seems appropriate to visit the Wolf Sanctuary in this the 75th year of Wolf's Bus Lines.
Spend the day with Wolf's Bus Lines at the Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights. During the evening, the park comes to life with holiday cheer as immersive light displays, custom-designed animal lanterns and animated light shows sparkle across the zoo. The outdoor celebration is complete with festive entertainment and classic holiday music.
Longwood Garden's Holiday Display is a popular and spectacular display of lights that attracts people of all ages year after year. Thousands of poinsettias, towering Christmas Trees and fragrant flowers transform the indoor gardens into a warm retreat celebrating the holiday season. Outdoors, 500,000 decorative lights glitter in the trees at night.
Travel with Wolf's to Maryland's Eastern Shore to enjoy an all-you-can-eat hardshell crab feast also including clam strips, Maryland Crab Soup, fried chicken, corn-on-the-cob, cole slaw and dessert. Afterwards, sit back and let your food digest as you take a 1 1/2 hour leisurely cruise on the Choptank River aboard a reproduction late 1800's steamboat similar to those that traveled the Mississippi and western rivers.