Larz Anderson Auto Museum – Quincy Market – USS Constitution
Join the Saratoga Automobile Museum for a fall bus trip to Boston, Massachusetts. The day’s itinerary includes a tour of the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, a stop at historic Quincy Market for lunch on your own, and an afternoon tour of the U.S.S. Constitution (“Old Ironsides”) in Charlestown Navy Yard.
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7:00 am: Bus departs Saratoga Auto Museum
7:30 am: Pick up at Crossgates Mall Park & Ride
7:30 pm: Drop off at Crossgates Mall (approx.)
8:00 pm: Bus arrives at Saratoga Auto Museum (approx)
Just 10 minutes from downtown Boston, and nestled inside a 64-acre park, the Larz Anderson Auto Museum is home to "America’s Oldest Car Collection.” Built in 1888 by wealthy Bostonians Larz and Isabel Anderson, the opulent Carriage House is now home to the Anderson Motorcar Collection as well as revolving exhibits featuring rare automobiles, automobilia, automotive artwork and vintage fashion.
Steps away from the Boston waterfront, the four-part Faneuil Hall Marketplace is alive today as it was in 1742 when our nation's fathers proclaimed it "The Cradle of Liberty." Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market are set around a cobblestone promenade where jugglers, magicians and musicians entertain the passers-by. Stroll, shop, explore and indulge in the worldwide cuisine at 14 restaurants, pubs, and the Quincy Market Colonnade, the largest food hall in New England.
America’s Ship of State, The U.S.S. Constitution (“Old Ironsides”) is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world. Completed in 1797, the frigate was one of the first six ships of the new United States Navy. This will be the last season visitors can tour Constitution at her berth in Charlestown Navy Yard until 2018, as the ship will enter dry dock in early 2015 for scheduled restoration work.