$342.00 pp/Double Occ. $293.00 pp/Triple Occ. $271.00 pp/Quad Occ. $455.00 pp/Single Occ. PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7732
Every year, an estimated 250,000 visitors travel just north of Boston to experience this notable month-long celebration of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts — this event is chock-full of fall festivities and spooky attractions. Join us for a fun-filled journey!
You will have a narrated tour (walking and riding), visit Old Burying Point Cemetery, the Witch Trials Memorial, House of Seven Gables, the fascinating Salem Witch Museum and more, with plenty of time to venture on your own, too.
Tour package includes: 1 night hotel accommodations including room tax, 1 breakfast in private room including tax and gratuity, baggage handling (1 bag per person), admissions, local tour guide, and deluxe round-trip transportation. Not included: Gratuity for motor coach driver and tour escort, which is left to your discretion, personal incidental charges such as local and long distance telephone calls, and meals not indicated.
Depart: 6:30 am Farmingville Exit 63 Park & Ride. 7:00 am Calverton 253 Edwards Avenue -Hampton Jitney terminal. 7:10 am Riverhead TJ MAXX shopping center near plaza sign. 7:30 am Cutchogue King Kullen Shopping Center. 7:40 am Southold In front of Bank of America. 7:50 am Greenport Municipal parking lot South of RR tracks. Municipal parking lot, South of RR Tracks.
Day 1 - Thursday, October 25th Journey to New London via the Cross Sound Ferry.
Approximate arrival in Salem, MA.
Lunch on own upon arrival.
Enjoy a narrated, walking, and riding tour of SALEM. Touring includes the Old Burying Point Cemetery, the Witch Trials Memorial, Historic Chestnut Street, and more. You will learn about the glorious days of Maritime Trade in this waterfront city. This city is most famous for the Witchcraft Hysteria of 1692, but discover what really makes this “a small city with a big history”.
Check into your hotel: Hawthorne Hotel - 18 Washington Square West (on the Common) - Salem, MA - Phone #978-744-4080. Hawthorne Hotel is a member of Historic Hotels of America.
Spend time exploring the area - you are right in the heart of everything!
Dinner is on your own this evening with plenty of choices.
Day 2 - Friday, October 26th Breakfast is included at hotel in a private room, Sophia’s.
Menu includes: Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, assorted Breakfast Bread, Orange Juice, Coffee, Tea and Decaffeinated Coffee.
Leave bag outside of your room for porter pick-up prior to departing.
You will have some free time on own or relax at hotel before leaving for your next venture at the House of Seven Gables.
Admission is included to the House of Seven Gables. One of Salem’s most famous residents was a Nathaniel Hawthorne who penned the novel The House of Seven Gables. This house was considered a mansion in its time and you will have the opportunity to see the treasures that are still on display as well as experience a secret that this house still holds.
Admission to the Salem Witch Museum. Here you will learn about the dark days of the Salem Witch Trials.
Enjoy Lunch, on your own, with free time in Salem for you to visit haunted attractions, get your fortune told by a psychic, shop at the street vendors on Essex Street Pedestrian Mall or get some local souvenirs at the shops at Pickering Wharf.
Return to Long Island via the Cross Sound Ferry.
Estimated time of return to Greenport.
Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.
To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Reservations are accepted only with payment at time of booking: We accept credit cards by phone (MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover); Cash, Credit Card, or Check at Hampton Jitneys counter in the OMNI lobby. Credit card sales are processed at the time of the reservation. Cancellations will be accepted on a conditional basis. We attempt to resell seats but do not guarantee to do so. If not resold, the customer is still obligated to pay for the non-sold/non-cancelable parts of the package. Any change, refund or cancellation will incur a $25/pp service charge.