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Door County, Wisconsin


August 8, 2022 - August 12, 2022 $1,399
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Door County, Wisconsin

Save $100 with deposit by June 15th! – With 300 miles of shoreline, on Wisconsin’s “Cape Cod” you can watch a sunrise and a sunset over the water without having to leave the county. See thousands of acres of orchards, devour delicious cherry pie, sip on local wines and brews, experience maritime history, enjoy scenic boat rides, and delight in nature at its finest.

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Highlights & Inclusions:

  • Mystery Dinner Experience
  • Tour Door County Maritime Museum
  • Door Peninsula Winery – Tour and Tasting
  • Boutique and Gallery Hopping in Egg Harbor
  • Performance by The Peninsula Players
  • Door County Trolley Experience
  • Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant and Butik
  • Eagle Bluff Lighthouse
  • Seaquist Orchard -Sample Local Specialties
  • Cave Point County Park
  • Traditional Door County Fish Boil
  • Washington Island Ferry
  • Washington Island Art and Nature Center
  • Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm & Shop
  • Island Orchard Cider Visit & Tasting
  • Wisconsin Supper Club Dinner
  • 9 Included Meals
  • 4 Nights Hotel Accommodations
  • Round Trip Luxury Motor Coach Transportation
  • Professional Tour Manager

Day 1
August 8, 2022

Included dinner tonight—Mystery Dinner Experience...an intro to Wisconsin. Overnight at Fairfield Inn & Suites Madison. (D)

Day 2
August 9, 2022

Explore Wisconsin’s rich maritime history with a guided tour of the Door County Maritime Museum followed by a leisurely lunch on your own on Third Avenue in historic downtown Sturgeon Bay. Board the coach for the short drive to Door Peninsula Winery for a tour and tasting. If you’re in need of a stroll, we’ve got you covered! How about some boutique and gallery hopping in downtown Egg Harbor? An early dinner is included followed by a spectacular sunset over the bay and a performance at the Peninsula Players in nearby Fish Creek. Check in to Rowley’s Bay Resort in Ellison Bay for 3 nights. (B,D)

Day 3
August 10, 2022

Start your day with a memorable Door County Trolley Experience and explore the Best of Door County. Enjoy lunch at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant and Butik where goats graze the sod roof atop this casual log-cabin eatery serving traditional Swedish fare. After lunch, enjoy stories of the light keepers and families of the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, a historically significant Civil War era beacon on the peninsula shores. Did you know that cherries and apples are the stars of the Door Peninsula?

We’ll make a stop at Seaquist Orchard to sample local specialties, indulge in some afternoon sweets, and shop antiques. A scenic stop and photo op at Cave Point County Park will be a prelude to dinner. Enjoy a Traditional Door County Fish Boil for dinner tonight. Overnight in Ellison Bay. (B, L, D)

Day 4
August 11, 2022

Board the Washington Island Ferry for a half-hour trip across the four-mile passageway between the tip of the County and the island known as “La Porte des Morts” or “the door of the dead.” The origin of its name and the County’s, arises from a fabled battle between the Winnebago and Potawatomi Indians as well as, early French settlers who learned the dangerous character of this narrow strait as ships became entombed below in the chilly, turbulent water. Visit the Washington Island Art and Nature Center located in a historic, 100 year old schoolhouse. Browse the art gallery, which displays and sells original works diverse in both topic and medium including acrylics, oils, watercolors, photography, sculpture, computer arts, and carving. Stroll through the Nature Center for a unique learning experience featuring live snakes, frogs, a 180-gallon fish tank home to native species, and an observation beehive. Explore one of the Midwest’s largest lavender farms at Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm & Shop. Walk the fields and learn about lavender and its many benefits in everyday life. Peruse their gift shop or grab a scrumptious treat from their Le Petit Bistro. Return to the ferry and travel back to the mainland. Stop at Island Orchard Cider in Ellison Bay. Using apples grown and harvested on Washington Island, you’ll enjoy a tasting of several dry, refreshing and crisp ciders. Don’t forget to take some home with you! To wrap up, enjoy a Wisconsin Supper Club Dinner! Overnight in Ellison Bay. (B,D)

Day 5
August 12, 2022

Enjoy an included breakfast at the hotel and depart for home. (B)

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