b'Day 1 - Depart Chicago aboardSuperior and Lake Huron. Next, we driveDay 9 - Steam Railroad Institute Amtraks Hiawatha through the UP to the Mackinac Bridge, We drive to Owosso and visit the SteamArrive at Chicago Union Station to meet yourthe longest suspension bridge between Railroad Institute to learn about the goldenTour Manager and fellow travelers. Board the anchorages in the Western Hemisphere. age of steam railway travel in Michigan and Hiawatha for the short ride to Milwaukee;In Mackinaw City, we board a ferry to the Great Lakes. There are two steamthen transfer by deluxe motorcoach toMackinac Island and The Grand Hotel; engines in the museums collection, as well Sturgeon Bay, gateway to the Door CountyAmericas Summer Retreat since 1887.as a diesel engine, passenger cars andPeninsula. OvernightSturgeon Bay, WI. Dinner is served in the hotels dining roomvarious rolling stock. Our day concludes in (dress code is enforced). Overnight MackinacDearborn, the home of Henry Ford. Check Day 2 - Door County PeninsulaIsland, MI. (B, D) into your luxury hotel, The Henry, with an Sightseeingevening at leisure. Overnight Dearborn, MI. Today, we explore the quaint coastal towns ofDay 6 - Mackinac Island Carriage Tour(B)the Door County Peninsula with an expertPulled by a team of Hackney and Percherons guide. Lunch is at Al Johnsons Swedishhorses, see the sights of Mackinac Island on aDay 10 - The Henry Ford Museum/Restaurant & Butik, famous for the goatsmorning carriage tour. Popular sites includeGreenfield Village who graze on the roof. This evening, we areArch Rock and Surrey Hills Museum. TheYour All-American Pass offers admission to treated to a traditional Door County Fish Boil.remainder of the day is at leisure followedthe Henry Ford Museum and GreenfieldOvernight Sturgeon Bay, WI. (B, L, D) by dinner at our hotel. Overnight MackinacVillage. At the Henry Ford Museum, learn Day 3 - Michigans Upper PeninsulaIsland, MI. (B, D) how Americas greatest innovations have We drive through the western towns of Day 7 - Michigans Western Shore/Earlshaped history through interactive exhibits Green Bay and into the Upper Peninsula ofYoungs Mushroom Homesand fascinating collections. Across from theMichigan, across the St. Marys River, whichWe ferry back to mainland Michigan for a museum is Greenfield Village, an 80-acre connects Lake Superior with Lake Huron, scenic drive along the western shore to museum that highlights Americas tradition and into Canada. Overnight Sault Ste Marie,Traverse City. En route, we stop in Charlevoixof innovation and creative thinking. After the ON. (B) to tour the city and see the unique days excitement, join the group for some Mushroom Homes that were built by Earlall-American comfort food at Fords Garage Day 4 - Agawa Canyon Tour TrainYoung. Overnight Traverse City, MI. (B) Restaurant. Overnight Dearborn, MI. (B, D)An all-day excursion aboard the Agawa Day 11 - Ford Rouge Factory Tour Canyon Tour Train awaits us. This roundtripDay 8 - Sleeping Bear Dunes This morning we tour the Ford Rougerail journey follows a 114-mile route throughToday we visit Sleeping Bear Dunes NationalFactory for an insiders look at theOntarios colorful scenery, descending 500Lakeshore, called The Most Beautiful Placemanufacturing process of the Ford F-150. feet into the Agawa Canyon. Overnight Saultin America by ABCs Good Morning Tour the assembly plant floor and watch Ste Marie, ON. (B) America, for a tour. Explore miles of parts become trucks from the 80-footsandy beaches, dunes reaching up to 450observation deck. Following the tour, a group Day 5 - Soo Locks Cruise/ feet above Lake Michigan, lush forests andtransfer to Detroit Amtrak Station or Detroit The Grand Hotelpristine lakes. This evening, we visit a localMetro Airport will accommodate trains and Begin the day with a cruise on Lake Superiorwinery and enjoy a four-course dinner pairedflights departing after 2:00 p.m. (B)and the Soo Locks, where we experience with signature wines. Overnight Traverse the 21-foot difference between Lake City, MI. (B, D)For Vacations By Rails complete collection of vacations, visit www.vacationsbyrail.com or call 877-253-9891 115'