Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

The PA Grand Canyon offers unprecedented, spectacular vistas that are rarely seen on this side of the Mississippi River. Each season lends its own unique impression on the landscape. Rolling hills drenched in the pastel colors of spring are quickly followed by the rich colors of summer, which soon turn into the vibrant shades of fall in one of the area’s most colorful displays of autumn splendor.

You will have many opportunities to see the spectacular beauty of this region by riverboat and covered wagon.

  • Includes:

    2 Nights Accommodations in Williamsport, 2 Hot Buffet Breakfasts 2 Dinners, Narrated Susquehanna River Cruise, Pa Grand Canyon Overlook & Visitors Center, Visit the Corning Museum of Glass, Browse Downtown Wellsboro, Grand Canyon’s Upper Gorge Wagon Ride, Visit the Little League Complex, Four Friends Vineyard & Winery (With Tasting), Stop at The Country Cupboard, Baggage Taxes & Gratuities (For Guides & Driver), Round-Trip Deluxe Motor Coach

  • Highlights:

    Hiawatha Paddle Wheeler:

    All aboard the Hiawatha for a leisurely cruise on the Susquehanna River. Tales of the river when lumber was king highlight this breathtaking scenic cruise. Onboard amenities such as food, drink, and souvenirs will enhance your brief escape from the everyday world.

    Covered Wagon Tour of the PA Grand Canyon:

    See the canyon in comfort from handcrafted horse-drawn covered wagons, pulled by powerful, beautiful, matched draught horses and equipped with padded bench seats and open sides for viewing.

    Our guide will tell us stories of the past while we travel the old railroad bed through Pine Creek Gorge.

    Pennsylvania Grand Canyon:

    On the east rim of the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, the 585-acre Leonard Harrison State Park has modern facilities, a visitor center and the most famous scenic views of the canyon. On the other side of the canyon is Colton Point State Park.

    Corning Museum of Glass

    The Corning Museum of Glass is the foremost authority on the art, history, science, and design of glass. It is home to the world’s most important collection of glass, including the finest examples of glassmaking spanning 3,500 years.  Housing the world's most comprehensive and celebrated collection of glass, from Ancient Egypt to present-day contemporary glass art. Featuring beautiful and captivating exhibits year-round.