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Classic Driving Tour of Vermont in a BMW

Classic Driving Tour of Vermont in a BMW - Bristol, Vermont Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bristol, Vermont

From USD
$216.91

For those of you that want a racier drive, try the Classic Tour. After selecting your BMW Z4, you will get two-way headset radios connected to the tour guide’s radio, and you will drive off to climb up and down the Green Mountains, around sharp corners, past several waterfalls, over covered bridges and past beautiful scenery and the homestead of Robert Frost ... More info ›

For those of you that want a racier drive, try the Classic Tour. After selecting your BMW Z4, you will get two-way headset radios connected to the tour guide’s radio, and you will drive off to climb up and down the Green Mountains, around sharp corners, past several waterfalls, over covered bridges and past beautiful scenery and the homestead of Robert Frost. You stop at the very funky Warren General Store for lunch and a little shopping before zipping through even more rustic terrain on our way home. There is no need for GPS when you have a live tour guide leading the way and directing you.

Passengers are equipped with 2-way radios and will be instructed on how to use them. Choose your BMW Z4 to drive. Instructions on driving and car operations is included.

The tour begins with the history of the estates with stories of the homeowners (30 minutes). Next up is an architectural tour of Bristol Vermont viewing many of the Queen Ann style homes with rounded porches. You will follow the road leading you to Downtown Bristol with its unique character is reviewed in front of the village green. (30 minutes is dedicated to Bristol.)
On to the Lord's Prayer Rock with the history about the rock (10 minutes). Prepare to stop at Bartlett Falls, the most popular swimming hole in Vermont, for a great photo opportunity (30 Minutes). Continue to drive up and over the Appalation Gap (Rt 17) with a historical account of the beginning of the landscape with stories about the Native Americans and their interactions with the British (20 minutes).

Stop at the summit and the Long Trail Crossing for another photo opportunity (15 minutes). Then stop at a Covered Bridge in Waitsfield (10 minutes). Take a break when you stop at on to the Warren Store, where you can use the $20 coupon per couple to buy your lunch and relax for about 45 minutes. After lunch you will cross the second covered bridge before making a stop at Moss Glen Falls on Hwy 100 (20 minutes). Through your headset, the tour guide will continue to give a historical review on the sugaring industry and a historical review of Ethan Allen the Green Mountian Boy (20 Minutes).

You will drive along Hwy 125 to Breadloaf campus and stop at Robert Frost wayside for a reading of a poem of Robert Frost's (30 minutes). Hear stories of Robert Frost and his life. Drive down the mountain and enjoy the winding road with spectacular views of the Adirondack Mountains (15 Minutes). You will then pass through East Middlebury and by the Waybury Inn, which is famous for being the outside shots for the Newhart Show. Though this scenery is more pastorial landscape, you will learn the history of dairy, apple orchards and the wool industry in this area (15 minutes).

After Middlebury you will make a stop at Linclon Peak Winery for a wine tasting (not included in the tour price) (45 Minutes) Finally, on toward the green mountains with stories of early prospectors and fun facts about Vermont's history and famous people (15 Minutes)

In order for your tour to stay on time you must follow the tour guide's instructions and keep on eye the timing. Your tour ends when you return your BMW Z4.

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Driving Tour of Vermont with Picnic Lunch

Driving Tour of Vermont with Picnic Lunch - Bristol, Vermont

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bristol, Vermont

From USD
$249.61

Pick out the luxury BMW Z4 sports car that you want to drive and join in on the Picnic Tour that takes you through the spectacular Vermont countryside. Cruise the road and enjoy the views of Camel’s Hump and the Champlain Valley ... More info ›

Pick out the luxury BMW Z4 sports car that you want to drive and join in on the Picnic Tour that takes you through the spectacular Vermont countryside. Cruise the road and enjoy the views of Camel’s Hump and the Champlain Valley. Listen through your headset as the guide tells you more about uniqueness and landscape of Vermont. Along this drive, visit villages, mountains, and drive over a covered bridge. You will stop for photos, do a little shopping, have a maple cremee and finally a wine-tasting with a gourmet picnic lunch at Lincoln Peak Vineyard. A professional guide with be in an additional car on your tour to stir you in the right direction.

The tour leaves from the Dreamhouse Country Inn after you and your passenger are fitted with a headset and given a two-way radio. You will also be introduced to your luxury BMW Z4. Instructions on driving and operations for the car is included (30 Min).

The first leg of the tour begins by driving pass the historic homes of Bristol, The Village Green (30 Min). Through your headset, the guide will tell you the history of the dairy industry, facts about the sugaring history, and tidbits on the Vermont's landscape. You will learn about the conflict between the French and the British who warred over this area. Hear about Jacque Cartier and Samuel de Champlain. You will also find out about the culture of the Iroquois and Abnaki Tribes (35 min). Continuing on your drive, you will get a view of Camel’s Hump while you can hear the guide talk about the Long Trail. Moving on to Mt Philo State Park, where you will drive to the top and your sight is treated to aerial view of Champlain Valley and Lake Champlain (30 Min).

The next stop is approximately 5 miles away, the Dankin Farms Store. You will have a little freetime to browse and buy any Vermont products, at your own expense (25 min). Get back in the car and you will be directed to drive past the Rokeby Museum, which houses the best documentation of the Underground Railroad in the Nation (10 Min). Onward to the city of Vergennes, Vermont's first city and calls itself the smallest city in America. You will pass village greens and the monument to Capitan Thomas Macdonough, who built the USS Saratoga (25 min).

Head toward the lake with commentary about the Vermont's sheep industry and the history of the Ethan Allen boys taking over Ft. Ticonderoga. You will also learn about Benedict Arnold's leadership and how Arnold Bay got it's name. (15 Min) You will see the following highlights: an Osprey's nest, Lake Champlain, Lake Champie, Snake Mountain, Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area, Apple Orchard and Morgan Horse Farm (45 minutes). Your guide will tell you about Joseph Battell, who built the Morgan Horse Farm.

Next drive into Middlebury crossing Otter Creek via Pulp Mill Bridge and stop at Marble Works area for a photo of the Middlebury Falls (20 Min). Additional highlights: Downtwon Middlebury, Middlebury College Campus, that has a history dating back to 1800, and Town Hall Theater (15 Min)

Stop for some wine tasting and your picnic lunch (can be combined with the tasting) at Lincoln Peak Winery (45 Min) On the drive back, your guide will have many Stories of the early pioneers and legend of a buried treasure still in the hills (10 Min).

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BMW Driving Tour of Vermont with Dinner

BMW Driving Tour of Vermont with Dinner - Bristol, Vermont

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Bristol, Vermont

From USD
$325.91

This unique tour of Vermont has it all- luxury driving in a BMW, spectacular Vermont scenery, history, and a delicious three-course dinner! With your local guide driving ahead, cruise the open road of the Vermont countryside and enjoy the views of Champlain Valley. With headsets and a two-way radio, your guide will delight with stories and facts about Vermont's unique history ... More info ›

This unique tour of Vermont has it all- luxury driving in a BMW, spectacular Vermont scenery, history, and a delicious three-course dinner! With your local guide driving ahead, cruise the open road of the Vermont countryside and enjoy the views of Champlain Valley. With headsets and a two-way radio, your guide will delight with stories and facts about Vermont's unique history. Visit villages, mountains, lakes, and covered bridges, and even take some time for shopping and photos before concluding your night with an elegant Vermont meal.

Your tour begins at the Dreamhouse Country Inn, where you'll meet your local guide and be introduced to your luxury BMW Z4. Take 30 minutes of instruction to learn about the car and its operations, and then get fitted with headsets and two-way radios. Once ready, you're on to the open road! 

Begin by driving past the historic homes of Bristol and The Village Green. With the aid of your headset, your guide will regale you with the history of the dairy industry, facts about sugaring history, and tidbits on the Vermont landscape. You will learn about the conflict between the French and the British who warred over this area. Hear about Jacque Cartier and Samuel de Champlain. You will also find out about the culture of the Iroquois and Abnaki Tribes. Continuing on your drive, you will get a view of Camel’s Hump while your guide talks about the Long Trail. Moving on to Mount Philo State Park, you'll drive to the top and and be treated to aerial view of Champlain Valley and Lake Champlain.

Enjoy the scenery as you continue roughly five miles to the Dankin Farms Store. Take some free time to browse and buy any Vermont products, at your own expense. Back in the car, drive past the Rokeby Museum, which houses the best documentation of the Underground Railroad in the Nation. Continue to the city of Vergennes, Vermont's first city self-proclaimed smallest city in America. You will pass village greens and the monument to Capitan Thomas Macdonough, who built the USS Saratoga.

Head toward the lake with commentary about Vermont's sheep industry and the history of the Ethan Allen boys taking over Fort Ticonderoga. Learn about Benedict Arnold's leadership and how Arnold Bay got its name. See an Osprey's nest, Lake Champlain, Lake Champie, Snake Mountain, Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area, Apple Orchard and Morgan Horse Farm. 

Next drive into Middlebury, crossing Otter Creek via the Pulp Mill Bridge and stop at Marble Works area for a photo of the Middlebury Falls. Enjoy some homemade refreshments before exploring additional highlights, including downtown Middlebury, historic Middlebury College Campus, and Town Hall Theater.

From Middlebury, drive to Tourterelle Restaurant to end your night with a delicious, elegant three-course dinner. Take one final spin in the BMW as you drive back to the Dreamhouse Country Inn to conclude your tour.

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