Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania

Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania

Discover the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, a natural wonder formed over six million years ago.


3 Days


Discover the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, a natural wonder formed over six million years ago. Situated on 165,000 acres, view the canyon’s beauty on an unforgettable wagon ride. On this brand new three day adventure you will also enjoy a dinner cruise on the Susquehanna River in a historic paddle wheeler.  Explore some of America’s most pristine small towns.  Dine at a fabulous Victorian mansion on Millionaire’s Row.


Sept. 7, 14, 2014



  • 2 Nights Accommodations at the exceptional Holiday Inn in Williamsport, PA
  • 4 Meals: 2 Breakfasts & 2 Dinners featuring a candlelight dinner in a Victorian Mansion

  • Wagon Tour of  the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

  • Susquehanna River Cruise aboard a paddlewheeler

  • Guided tour of Millionaire’s Row featuring many of the area’s historic Victorian mansions

  • Services of a Professional Conway Tour Manager


* Days of features are interchangeable.



Double Occupancy

$439 pp

Triple Occupancy

$429 pp

Single Occupancy

$549 pp


$359 pp



Day 1

Today we'll travel to Williamsport, PA where accommodations for the next two nights are provided at the impressive Holiday Inn. A special dinner is included at the historic Peter Herdic House, a fabulous Victorian mansion on Millionaire's Row.


Day 2

Today we travel to Tioga State Forest to see Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon in the comfort of a handcrafted covered wagon. We traverse the canyon floor directed by a local guide and witness the beautiful terrain created by melting prehistoric glaciers. Take your camera to view the canyon from high atop one of the scenic overlooks. Later you'll be free to explore nearby Wellsboro, a cozy small town reminiscent of a bygone America. Many gift and specialty shops and even an old-fashioned dining car contribute to the town's unique character. This afternoon a local guide shows us Millionaire's Row where former lumber barons built the finest Victorian homes. This evening enjoy a memorable dinner cruise on the Susquehanna River on a historic paddlewheeler.

B, D

Day 3

This morning visit the Thomas J. Taber Museum where you'll relive major events of the region's history. The story unfolds through exhibits, galleries, and period rooms. Don't forget to view the Shempp Toy Train Collection featuring over 300 toy trains. We also view the home of the Little League World Series before we depart for home.


B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Cumberland Cumberland Village Plaza at 3751-3781 Mendon Rd.
Park at Conway Tours departure sign
East Providence Park & Ride on Rt. 44
Across from Kentucky Fried Chicken
Fall River Harbour Mall, 372 William S. Canning Blvd.
Exit 1 off Rt. 24, across from Mall Main Entrance
Hope Valley I-95 at Exit 3A Park & Ride
New Bedford Park & Ride @ Exit 4 off Rt. 140
Pawtucket Blackstone Valley Visitor Center
175 Main Street, corner of Roosevelt Ave.
Providence RI Convention Center
1 Sabin Street, corner of West Exchange St.
Warwick Crowne Plaza Hotel
801 Greenwich Avenue, left of Main Entrance
Woonsocket Chelo's Restaurant, 490 Clinton St.
Park in first row facing Social St.
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