Connecticut Horticultural Society & Ballek’s Garden Center Presents: Come in from the cold! Saturday, January 19, 3-5 p.m. The Connecticut Horticultural Society (CT Hort) and Ballek’s Garden Center encourage you to melt away the winter chill with an afternoon in East Haddam. Come in from the cold and spend the afternoon at Ballek’s greenhouse exploring […]
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Spend a full day in Boston exploring glass flowers at Harvard’s Museum of Natural History, our changing global borders at the Mary Baker Eddy “Mapparium” and music at the famous church at christian Science Plaza, with bistro lunch in Cambridge…
This is the 190th year of the Philadelphia Flower Show, presented by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS). It is America’s largest horticultural event, attracting 250,000 guests each year. Leave the details to Friendship Tours and enjoy yourself!
One of the Most Tony Award®-Winning Musicals in History! Spend an evening in the company of unforgettable strangers at The Band’s Visit—now one of the most celebrated musicals ever. It rejoices in the way music brings us to life, brings us to laughter, brings us to tears, and ultimately, brings us together. In an Israeli […]
This impressive 3-day, 2-night tour escorted by Brett Isaacson begins with a visit to Pennsylvania Horticulture Society’s (PHS) Meadowbrook Farm. Originally the home of J.Liddon Pennock and Alice Herkness Pennock, the 25-acre property was bequeathed to the PHS in 2004. Visitors can enjoy formal and informal gardens, seasonal plantings and an extremely diverse plant palette. It […]
This impressive 2-night summer tour is taking shape and will include visits to two spectacular gardens! An entire day will be devoted to Longwood, including a return in the evening for one of their breathtaking Illuminated Fountain Performances. Another day will be spent at Mt. Cuba Center where beauty and purpose intersect. The Center was […]
Enjoy a spring day trip to New York City to visit two of the premier museums in the country – The Cloisters and the Metropolitan Museum of Art