The Best New England Fall Foliage Tours to take this Autumn
Are you dreaming of fall already? Because girl, you know I am! Last week I published my blog post about my favorite fall fashion finds for this year, and now I wanna take you to New England with these amazing fall foliage tours! From helicopter rides to pedicabs, these are the 5 best New England Fall Foliage tours I could find!
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Central Park Private Pedicab Tour – New England Fall Foliage in the heart of New York City -75$ per person
Central park is romantic enough within itself. Add the crisp autumn air, New England Fall Foliage, and a private pedicab ride to see the sights, and you’re in for the treat of a lifetime. This tour offers plenty of stops, departure times and flexibility, where you can make the itinerary if you want! Sit back and admire top landmarks New York City landmarks you pass including the must-see 19th-century Bow Bridge.
Boston is one incredible city, made even more so by the autumn months. October is one of my favorite months to visit Boston. Apple cider on every corner, toasty donuts, and hot toddy’s abundant. Taking a bike tour through this amazing city to not only learn the history, but to see the New England Fall Foliage is a great way to spend your time in one of America’s most historical cities.
Ok, y’all know I love a good helicopter tour, like the one I took over the Grand Canyon in Las Vegas. I think there is something so magical about these pieces of machinery that literally have the aerodynamics of a brick. (does that make sense, or is it too counterintuitive?) So if I ever get the opportunity to take this Hudson Valley Fall Foliage Tour, you can bet your bottom dollar I’m going to. New England Fall Foliage is stunning enough from the ground, but seeing the orange, yellow and red hues from above…that must be truly magnificent.
The tour includes a helicopter tour of the Hudson Valley’s fall foliage from West Plains where you fly over Westchester County landmarks such as the 3-mile Tappan Zee Bridge and see Tarrytown Castle and the Hudson River Palisades
You can also try the brunch cruise for $158 per person (You’ll find me here)
I can never include a blog post that has tours on it without including something on the water, it’s just not in my nature. Enjoy a nice leasurely cruise on a classic yacht while sipping on something warm or bubbly and taking in the crisp fall scenery. A great way to escape the city and relax in nature from the warmth.
The White Mountains is definitely one of my favorite places to see New England fall foliage. Located in the heart and wilderness of New Hampshire, this is the epitome of autumn to me. This day trip from Boston allows you to stop for photography breaks along the Kancamagus Highway. You have lunch in the charming little town of North Conway and continue the seasonal sightseeing as you journey to the storied Mount Washington Hotel.