Bus Trip Excursion June 2012!

Please join us on Thursday June 21st 2012 when the Lititz Historical Foundation journeys to the delightful historic town of Odessa, Delaware! Well known in the 18th century for the vital role it played in the commercial life along the Delaware river as a busy grain shipping port. Today, tourists can stroll along the tree-lined streets and admire 18th and 19th century architecture. We will be touring five properties that make up the historic houses of Odessa. Lunch will be included at the historic Cantwell’s Tavern.

Cost for the general public is $75.00. As a member of the Foundation in good standing, you will save 10% on the fee, making the cost only $67.50. To become a member of the Lititz Historical Foundation and take advantage of this discount, please call board member Cory Van Brookhoven at 717-875-0630.

Please call Marcia Spohn at 717-626-8468 for more information or to obtain a detailed itinerary on the motor coach trip. Please make checks payable to the Lititz Historical Foundation and send payment along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to Marcia Spohn at 114 West Orange Street, Lititz, PA 17543. A confirmation will be mailed to you upon receipt of your reservation. Please indicate how many reservations you need.

Itinerary for June 21st motor coach bus trip to Odessa, DE:

8:15 am- Arrive at Lititz Moravian Church parking lot. Please park away from the church. (8 Church Square, Lititz, PA)

8:30 am – Depart Lititz for Odessa, Delaware

10:00 am – Arrive at Odessa visitor’s center (use rest rooms)

10:15-11:30 am – Guided tour of 2 historic houses (1760-1850)

11:30-1:00 pm Noon meal – Cantwell’s Tavern (included)

1:00-3:15 pm – Guided tour of 3 historic homes (1760-1850)

3:30 pm – Board motor coach, depart Odessa for Lititz.

5:00 pm – Approximate arrival time in Lititz.

Cost per person: $75.00 ($67.50 for members) .

Cost of the motor coach trip includes: Deluxe motor coach Transportation, noon meal, and attractions listed above, driver gratuity.

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