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Mackinac Island
Offered By: Coach USA
Victorian Grandeur!

Operates: No scheduled departures
Tour Length: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Departs From: Monroeville, PA* Pittsburgh, PA* Sewickley, PA

Double Room - $839.00 Online Price $813.83
Double Room-Deposit Only - $100.00
Quad Room - $736.00 Online Price $713.92
Quad Room -Deposit Only - $100.00
Triple Room - $780.00 Online Price $756.60
Triple Room-Deposit Only - $100.00
Single Room - $1,046.00 Online Price $1,014.62
Single Room-Deposit Only - $100.00

Prices are per person.

Tour Description:

Your stay on the Island will include an elegant island tour by horse-drawn carriage, driving by such sights as Skull Cave, Arch Rock and the Beaumont Memorial!


Package Includes:

  • Transportation
  • Lodging
  • 9 Meals:
    • 2 Deluxe Continental Breakfasts
    • 2 Full Breakfasts 
    • 2 Lunches
    • 3 Dinners
  • Admissions:
    • Ferry
    • Guided tour of Frankenmuth
    • Greenfield Village & Ride Pass 
    • Carriage Tour of Mackinac Island
  • Baggage Handling & Taxes

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1- Bronner's Christmas Store

As you make your way to your destination, you will stop at the world's largest Christmas store, Bronner's and spend the night near Frankenmuth, Michigan. This evening, first enjoy the Bavarian Inn's famous chicken dinner, then a guided tour of Frankenmuth.
Highlights: Bronner's Christmas Store, Guided Tour of Frankenmuth
Meals: Dinner

Frankenmuth, Michigan: The German word "Franken" represents the Province of Franconia in the Kingdom of Bavaria, and the German word "Muth" means courage, thus the city name Frankenmuth means "courage of the Franconians". The first settlers to settle this village were a mission group from the Lutheran church of Bavaria. They came to assist in settlement of the untamed Michigan frontier and to reach the Chippewa Indian tribe.
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland : Bronner's Christmas Wonderland started from humble beginnings, quickly growing through several expansions to become the World's Largest Christmas Store with beautifully landscaped grounds covering 27 acres. But for originator Wally Bronner, the journey has always been about CHRIST, and "decorating hearts with peace and love." (, accessed Jan 2, 2015)

Frankenmuth is also nicknamed "Little Bavaria." Tourism drives the local economy. The city draws over three million tourists annually to its Bavarian-themed shops and restaurants.

Hotel Accommodations:

Hampton Inn, Birch Run, MI

Room Amenities:

  • Clean and Fresh Hampton Bed®
  • High speed internet
  • In-room coffee maker
  • Iron and ironing board

Hotel Features:

  • Gym/fitness center
  • Indoor pool/whirlpool
  • Laundry


Day 2 - Mackinac Island

You will travel to Mackinaw City and take a ferry ride from the mainland to Mackinac Island, the truly "all natural" theme park of America. Limited to transportation of horse and buggy, bicycle or foot, surrounded by water, it has escaped the vast changes of time. Your home for the next two nights will be at a Victorian hotel on the main street.
Highlights: Mackinac Island
Meals: Deluxe Continental Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Mackinac Island: Mackinac Island is set between Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas in the Strait of Mackinac. Visitors take a passenger ferry to the Michigan Island from Mackinaw City or St. Ignace.
A trip to Mackinac Island is a journey to the best part of the past; to an older, slower-paced world. The sound of waves and freighters are showcased amidst the ever present clip clop of horses on this historic island. Motorized vehicles have been prohibited on the island since 1898 so travel on the island is either by foot, bicycle, or a horse-drawn carriage. The road encircling the island and closely hugging the shoreline is M-185, the United States' only state highway without motorized vehicles.

Hotel Accommodations:

Island House, Mackinac Island, MI

Room Amenities:

  • Each room uniquely decorated
  • Traditional Two Bed rooms

Hotel Features:

  • Oldest hotel on Mackinac Island
  • 1852 Grill Room
  • Ice House Bar and Grill
  • Mary's Bistro
  • Bike Rental

Day 3 - Skull Cave

Your stay on the Island will include an elegant island tour by horse-drawn carriage, driving by such sights as Skull Cave, Arch Rock and the Beaumont Memorial. The highlight of the day will be the seemingly endless buffet luncheon at the Grand Hotel. Sample some of Mackinac Fudge.
Highlights: Skull Cave, Arch Rock, Beaumont Memorial
Meals: Full Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Grand Hotel : Mackinac Island becomes a summer getaway location but the accommodations are limited so several railroads and a steamboat company joined together and formed the Mackinac Island Hotel Company, purchased land and broke ground for the Grand Hotel. It’s front porch, the longest in the world, became and still is a meeting place for all of Mackinac Island. The famous movie, Somewhere In Time, starring Jane Seymour, Christopher Reeve, and Christopher Plummer was filmed at the Grand Hotel in 1980.
Beaumont Memorial : Dr. Beaumont was the post doctor at Fort Mackinac. His historic research on the digestive system took place when a Mr. St. Martin was accidentally shot in the stomach. Dr. Beaumont was able to save the man’s life but a permanent hole remained exposing the man’s stomach allowing Dr. Beaumont to conduct and record his findings.

Day 4 - Mackinac Island

You will sail back to the mainland on a ferry and head on to the Frankenmuth area with time to shop and explore the area.
Meals: Full Breakfast

Hotel Accommodations:

Hampton Inn, Birch Run, MI

Room Amenities:

  • Clean and Fresh Hampton Bed®
  • High speed internet
  • In-room coffee maker
  • Iron and ironing board

Hotel Features:

  • Gym/fitness center
  • Indoor pool/whirlpool
  • Laundry

Day 5 - Greenfield Village

You will be homeward bound with a stop at Greenfield Village, Henry Ford's Historic Town.
Highlights: Greenfield Village
Meals: Deluxe Continental Breakfast

Greenfield Village: Greenfield Village is an outdoor history museum complex. Founded by the noted automobile industrialist Henry Ford, and based on his desire to preserve items of historical significance and portray the Industrial Revolution. The Village includes buildings from the 17th century to the present, many of which are staffed by costumed interpreters who conduct period tasks like farming, sewing and cooking. A collection of craft buildings such as pottery, glass-blowing, and tin shops provide demonstrations while producing materials used in the Village and for sale, the property houses a vast array of famous homes and buildings.

Some of the famous buildings of significance are: Noah Webster's Connecticut home, the Wright brothers' bicycle shop and home, a replica of Thomas Edison's Menlo Park laboratory complex from New Jersey, Henry Ford's birthplace, Henry Ford's prototype garage where he built the Ford Quadricycle, Harvey Firestone family farm from Columbiana, OH and the Logan County, Illinois courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law.

Itinerary subject to change.

Important Notes:

  • Walking Code (Level 3 out of maximum 4): This tour includes moderate physical activity. The itinerary blends some longer days with shorter days and more leisure time. Walking tours, as well as walking slightly longer distances, up stairs or on uneven walking surfaces should be expected.

Departure Details:

Departure City
Departure Time
Location Address
Monroeville, PA 5:30 AM Monroeville Mall
Pittsburgh, PA 6:00 AM Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Hotel (formerly Pittsburgh Hilton) -
Liberty Avenue Side
Sewickley, PA 6:30 AM Mt.Nebo-Lenzner Terminal

Approximate Return Time to Pittsburgh Area: 8:00 - 9:00 pm.

Please Note: Times are subject to change. Your exact pickup time and location will be on your final itinerary along with an approximate return time at your departure point which will arrive in the mail approximately 30 days prior to your departure date.

Terms and Conditions:

Written notice of cancellation is always required

Multi-Day Tours
  • 30 days prior to departure: Full refund less any non-refundable charges. (i.e. theater tickets, hotel rooms, service fees)
  • 29-15 days prior to departure: A charge of 50% of the deposit plus any non-refundable charges. (i.e. theater tickets, hotel rooms, service fees)
  • 14-4 business days prior to departure: A charge of 100% of the deposit plus any non-refundable charges. (i.e. theater tickets, hotel rooms, services fees)
  • 3 business days to departure: *NO REFUND

  • * Unless you, the passenger, provide a replacement person(s) for your seat(s). The office must be notified of the name of the replacement before the day of the tour departure.

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