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Fallingwater & Potomac Eagle Railroad

Friday, October 13, 2023

Price per person: $425.00

Walking Guide 2

Walking Guide 2 requires average amount of walking on a level surface; may have stairs, but an elevator or lift is available. This tour level could accommodate a walking aide, such as a wheelchair.

Browse Fallingwater, the house that Frank Lloyd Wright designed.  Board the Potomac Eagle Railroad for scenic views and an opportunity to see American Bald Eagles.  Explore the 59th Bedford Fall Foliage Festival.

Train photo credit: Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad

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Fallingwater & Potomac Eagle Railroad

October 13-14, 2023   |   2 days

Pickup: Lancaster, PA   Harrisburg, PA    Lv-8:00 am   Rt-8:00 pm

Price per person: $425 Double   $491Single
$403 Triple   $392 Quad
Deposit – $50 per person at registration

1 breakfast   1 lunch   1 dinner

Day 1 *Drive to southwest PA, and the Laurel Highlands, arriving at Fallingwater, the house that Frank Lloyd Wright designed in 1935 It is built partially over a waterfall on Bear Run, and is one of Wright’s most famous projects and is designated a National Historic Landmark. *Dine at a fine local restaurant before checking into our hotel in Uniontown, PA (D)

Day 2 *Head south into Maryland and then onto West Virginia to the Potomac Eagle Railroad, where we board the train at the Wappocomo train station *Enjoy brunch on the train Since 1991, Potomac Eagle has operated scenic rail excursions. In addition to the beautiful scenery and rich history, travelers can enjoy the opportunity to see American Bald Eagles. *Travel back to PA, and witness the 59th Bedford Fall Foliage Festival in downtown Bedford *See vintage cars, festival foods, over 400 arts and crafts booths and so much more (B, L)


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