Tours in Rutland


Two-Hour Afternoon or Evening Cruise for Two or Four from Lake George Shoreline Cruises (Up to 53% Off)

Lake George Shoreline Cruises

Lake George Shoreline Cruises (child account)

Scenic cruises on Lake George feature historic narration and sweeping views of surrounding Adirondacks

$43.98 $21

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Hot Air Balloon Experience at Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival

Saratoga Balloon & Craft Festival

Visitors ride in the 20 hot-air balloons that float through the sky with champagne and snacks

$285 $153

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Scenic Adirondack Train Ride for Two or Four from Saratoga & North Creek Railway (Up to 45% Off)

Saratoga & North Creek Railway

Saratoga & North Creek Railway

Historic, scenic train offering spectacular views of the Adirondacks & Hudson River

$50 $29

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Wine Tasting for Two plus a Glass of Wine Each at East Shore Vineyard (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

East Shore Vineyard

Church Street Marketplace

Sample three Vermont-made wines at a Church Street Market Place tasting room

$28 $15

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Distillery Tour and Glasses for Two or Four at The Albany Distilling Company (Up to 50% Off)

The Albany Distilling Company

The Albany Distilling Company

Tours reveal the process behind the distillery’s 19th- and early 20th-century-style rums and whiskeys

$20 $12

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8-Day Tour of the East Coast from Affordable USA. Price per Person Based on Double Occupancy.

Tour of East Coast Cities

NYC, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Niagara Falls, and Boston

See the lights of Times Square and feel the mist of Niagara Falls on this East Coast sightseeing tour; airfare not included

$599

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$61 for Package with Wine Tasting, Wine Book, and Pruning Seminar at Candia Vineyards ($116 Value)

Candia Vineyards

Candia

Wine lovers receive a tasting for two, a voucher for dessert wine, chocolates, a wind chime, New England wine book, and a pruning seminar

$116 $61

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Tour Tasting and Logo Glasses for Two or Four at Djinn Spirits (Up to 42% Off)

Djinn Spirits

Northwest Nashua

Learn about techniques used to make whiskey and gin; tours are offered Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

$30 $18

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Sightseeing and Shopping Bus Tour of New York City for One, Two, or Four from D and S Tours (Up to 60% Off)

D and S Tours

Mary Rowlandson Elementary School

A climate-controlled motor coach with plush, padded seats travels from Lancaster to New York City, where passengers explore at their leisure

$300 $125

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Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Zorvino Vineyards (50% Off)

Zorvino Vineyards

Zorvino Vineyards

Pairs wander through a pastoral vineyard, savor up to nine wines from souvenir glasses, and enjoy $10 toward the purchase of wine

$30 $15

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  • Fort Ticonderoga
    Fort Ticonderoga and its surrounding grounds are like one big history book. Following its construction by the French in 1755, the strategic military outpost was conquered first by the British and then by American forces?marking one of their earliest victories during the Revolutionary War. After independence was secured, Fort Ticonderoga became one of the country's earliest tourist destinations, and one that continues to draw visitors today. Size: 2,000 acres surrounded by mountains and the waters of Lake Champlain and Lake George Eye Catcher: the staff, who dons the garb of Revolutionary soldiers from the Fourth Pennsylvania Battalion Permanent Mainstays: 18th-century weapons including America's largest 18th-century cannon collection, everyday objects from soldiers, large collection of 18th and 19th century art. Crown Jewel: the King's Garden, where flowers surround brick walls and walkways, off of which shaded tables let patrons enjoy a quiet picnic The Building: the main exhibitions occupy 10,000 sq. ft. of a restored 1756 soldiers' barrack Outdoor Activities: walk a trail up Mount Defiance for a birds-eye view of the fort or rent a canoe to view it from the water Special Events: regular drum corps performances and nighttime firings of 18th-century artillery
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    100 Fort Ticonderoga Rd
    Ticonderoga, NY US
  • Rivers Northeast Adventures
    Rivers Northeast Adventures offers a deluge of summer activities along tranquil and feisty rivers in the picturesque Vermont countryside. The three-hour self-guided kayak trip lets riders glide along the currents of the Connecticut River or paddle around a nearby lake while gazing at the area's dense foliage and vast number of barges that carry sacks of rice. Adventurers are shuttled to and from their watery destinations and supplied with single or tandem kayaks, gear, and a quick intro to kayak navigation. Half-day whitewater-rafting trips on Sumners Falls or in the White River afford family-friendly or adrenaline-surging swells that entertain more effectively than watching a child tickle a horse. The Sumners Falls run sprints over Class III rapids and ends in a stomach-twisting drop, and the White River bounces between Class II rapids and stretches of flat water perfect for swimming. During the summer, bring along a friend or Mediterranean oarsman for a half-day float, captained by a seasoned, friendly guide.
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    389 Hotel Road
    West Windsor, VT US
  • Green Mountain Ballooning
    On an airplane, there are windows, roaring engines, and strangers trying to make small talk. But imagine if all that was gone. Imagine if it was just you, the wind, and the miracle of flight. That's the experience afforded by Green Mountain Ballooning, which floats passengers high above Vermont's rolling hillsides, sparkling rivers, and sleepy towns. Some days, when conditions are right, rides soar to thousands of feet in the air. They also dip low enough for passengers to converse with people on the ground, or snag a package from their mailman. Eventually, flights drift back to earth, where a celebratory champagne toast awaits.
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    1 Village Green
    Hartford, VT US
  • Whitewater Challengers
    Whitewater Challengers' certified guides steer paddlers as young as 5 across the skipping surf of the Poconos’ Lehigh River Gorge, the Black River Canyon, and the Adirondacks’ Hudson, Moose, and Salmon rivers. In the rafting industry since 1975, the guides have collectively traveled more than 16 million miles of rapids. They chart courses that satisfy a range of experience levels, from beginning jaunts down gentle rapids to advanced battles through coursing foam and wicked currents. The crew’s ultimate goal is to make rafting a fun adventure, which means that they take care of the business end, providing all safety equipment, transportation to launch points, and lessons for novices. When not on the water, the outdoors-loving crew also organizes mountain-biking and camping trips in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
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    4511 Route 28
    Johnsburg, NY US
  • Tubby Tubes
    River guides outfit each participant with a tube and life jacket before shuttling them to the Upper Hudson River, where they take in scenic views of the Adirondacks and float on water 2 to 3 feet deep that boasts an average temperature of 72 degrees. As the weather warms, the park shifts its focus to its four downhill tubing slides. To add more excitement, the company's crew revamped the colorful slides with snow-like surfaces that create increased speeds. This spirit for adventure echoes at nearby Lower Hudson Gorge, where Tubby Tubes' rafts and tubes explore the flat waters and tree-lined banks.
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    1372 Lake Ave
    Lake Luzerne, NY US
  • Sunkiss Ballooning
    Owner and pilot Todd J. Monahan remembers chasing hot air balloons across the sky as a land-locked child. After attending extensive training and FAA-approved safety seminars, he finally caught up to them, founding SunKiss Ballooning and enlisting the expertise of his brother Scott as well as a cast of experienced pilots and crewmembers. Citing safety as a priority, SunKiss' captains stay up to date on the latest in balloon technology, and they escort passengers through the sky in nine vessels, each rated to carry different gross weights and repel different-sized Mothras.
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    County Rd. 28 and Media Dr.
    Queensbury, NY US
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