Guests Enjoy Day in Boston with Terrapin Tours

Local tourists enjoyed New Hampshire-based company Terrapin Tours’ first trip of the year this month. The single day trip took tourists to the Boston Flower and Garden Show in Massachusetts for a day of demonstrations and lectures.

Terrapin Tours guests enjoy a day in Boston at the Flower and Garden Show.

“The trip was fantastic,” said Kelly Cooke, owner of Terrapin Tours. “We had a gorgeous day in Boston.” Guests from Littleton, Lincoln and Plymouth, NH, areas arrived in Boston and were given the option to spend time at Faneuil Hall or going directly to the flower and garden show. “Many went directly to the show but took a break to have lunch at one of the nearby restaurants,” added Cooke.

Guests were introduced to unique floral arrangements during the trip to Boston.

During the show, the tourists spent time attending demonstration and lectures, and shopping for flowers, gardening products, and innovative outdoor and household products. Guests also got a chance to view incredible landscape designs and floral displays. Departing the show, Terrapin Tours guests stopped in Londonderry for dinner at the Cracker Barrel restaurant.

Cooke explained that the next trip is already planned and priority registration is open! The trip will take guests to Newport, Rhode Island for two days in May and will depart from Concord, New Hampshire. Priority registration ends March 31, 2012 and can be accessed online.

During the Rhode Island trip, guests will visit two historic mansions, take a city tour with a local guide, enjoy lunch on the grounds of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, visit a local vineyard and much more! To learn more about this trip, click here.

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  1. So happy to hear your group enjoyed the show! Thanks to Terrapin Tours for arranging a lovely trip. Always a pleasure to work with nice folks like you! See you next year! – Carolyn Weston, Show Director, Boston Flower & Garden Show

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