Visit museums, the theater, historical sites, and Instagram-worthy destinations—without the bother of driving or planning.
Harford Community College travel opportunities range from local day trips to overnight adventures and take you to places that give you plenty of memories to bring home.
Cherry Blossom Cruise
FRIDAY, MAR 31 | 7:30 aM–4:30 PM
Limited seating available.
Experience Washington D.C. and the cherry blossoms like never before! The Odyssey is a glass-enclosed cruise vessel offering a lunch experience characterized by elegant, high-quality cuisine, atmosphere, and service. Guests will have spectacular views of the nation's greatest monuments as we cruise along the Potomac River. Bus leaves campus at 7:30 AM. Course fee includes lunch, cruise, and round-trip transportation from the College.
Course number: 25605 | Fee: $160
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
live on Broadway at the Lyric Theatre
SATURDAY, APR 8 | 7 aM–8 PM
new york, NY
It's time to believe in magic again. Experience the original Tony Award-winning hit Broadway production of JK Rowling's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The show runs in the Lyric Theatre, Orchestra Center seating for the 1 PM performance with a run time of 3 hours and 30 minutes, intermission included. Suitable for ages 10+, children under 5 are not permitted in the theatre. Ticket and chartered bus transportation are covered in your fees. Free time before and after the show allows you to enjoy the city to sight-see, shop, and eat prior to your return home at 5 PM. Departure from the W lot on the Harford campus at 7 AM with the return time of 8 PM.
Course number: 25628 | Fee: $205 (Orchestra Center)
NYC On Your Own
SATURDAY, APR 8 | 7 aM–8 PM
New york, ny
Enjoy a full day on your own in NYC! Transportation only. Travel will be in partnership with the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child live on Broadway at the Lyric Theatre trip. Departure from the W lot on the Harford campus at 7 AM with a return time of 8 PM. Bus leaves NYC at 5 PM.
Course number: 25629 | Fee: $75
Wolf Sanctuary of PA and Lunch
Saturday, April 15 | 8 AM–5 PM
In the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, quietly secured on 80+ acres of natural woodland, you will find the home of the Speedwell Wolves. Originally created as a private rescue, Wolf Sanctuary of PA has grown into an education facility that is devoted to assuring the most comfortable and stimulating environments for the wolves. Following the guided tour, take a few minutes to visit the gift shop before heading to lunch. Lunch (included) is at Lititz Family Cupboard. After lunch, spend some time exploring the town of Lititz, known as one of America’s coolest small towns.
Course: 25636 | Cost: $83
Georgetown House Tour
Saturday, April 22 | 9 AM–7 PM
Enjoy this delightful walking tour that includes 8–12 of Georgetown’s most beautiful homes and gardens. Homes open from 11 AM–5 PM for easy walking at your own pace in the order you prefer. Also included is the Rectory of St. John’s Church, a fine example of period architecture built in 1874. Enjoy a lovely tea, featuring homemade tea sandwiches and sweets, courtesy of St. John’s between the hours of 2–5 PM. Those wishing a more substantial meal will find a variety of restaurants nearby. The tour is held rain or shine, so dress for the weather.
Course: 25637 | Cost: $140
Harriet Tubman Tour: Freedom, Faith, and Foodways
Friday, April 28 | 7:30 AM–5 PM
We begin in Cambridge, MD where we meet our step-on guide who will introduce you to the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman. Travel to the Courthouse (site of Harriet’s first rescue) and Long Wharf, where the enslaved were transported by ship, the “Take My Hand Mural,” painted on the Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center building, the Stanley Institute, a historic African American one-room schoolhouse and visit the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center. Additional stops include Brodess Farm, her childhood home, and the Bucktown General Store. Lunch (included) is prepared at a church in Cambridge’s historic Pine Street neighborhood.
Course: 25638 | Cost: $155
Grounds for Sculpture
Friday, May 12 | 7:30 AM–6:30 PM
Grounds For Sculpture is a museum, sculpture garden, and arboretum framed by nature on 42 picturesque acres. Wander the grounds and discover hundreds of contemporary sculptures. More than 270 sculptures by renowned and emerging contemporary artists are thoughtfully positioned on meticulous landscaping complemented by thousands of exotic trees and flowers. In addition, you can explore rotating exhibitions in six indoor galleries. Lunch is available on your own at the café or at Rat’s Restaurant (reservations highly recommended). Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.
Course: 25639 | Cost: $100
A Beautiful Noise the Neil Diamond Story on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre
Wednesday, May 24 | 7 AM–8 PM | 2 PM Show
new york, ny
A gripping and uplifting new musical tells the story of legendary singer Neil Diamond. Featuring his hit songs “Sweet Caroline”, “America”, and “Cracklin’ Rosie”. Directed by Tony Award® winner Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening, Hedwig and the Angry Inch), choreographed by Olivier Award winner Steven Hoggett (Once, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), and written by four-time Academy Award® nominee Anthony McCarten (Bohemian Rhapsody, The Two Popes). Good times never seemed so good.
Course: 25640 | Cost: $245 Orchestra seating
NYC for the Day
Wednesday, May 24 | 7 AM–8 PM
new york, ny
Enjoy a full day on your own in NYC! Transportation only. Travel will be in partnership with the A Beautiful Noise the Neil Diamond Story trip. Departure from the W lot on the Harford campus at 7 AM with a return time of 8 PM. Bus leaves NYC at 5 PM.
Course: 25641 | Cost: $75
Gettysburg Horse Tours
SATURDAY, Jun 3 | 6:30 AM–6:30 PM
This section is for horseback riders ages 8 and older. Riders 8-15 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Weight limit is 250 lbs. per person. Waivers must be signed. Free time in Gettysburg is available after the 9-11 AM ride. Lunch is on your own. Departure from the Entrance 6 LOT W (near Wawa).
Course: 25760 | Cost: $162
Gettysburg Carriage Tours
SATURDAY, Jun 3 | 6:30 AM–6:30 PM
This section is for carriage riders. No age or weight limits for this tour. Free time before or after your tour will be available. Lunch is on your own around the ride times. 9-11 AM or 12-2 PM are available options. Departure from the Entrance 6 LOT W (near Wawa).
Course: 25762 | Cost: $119
Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JUN 8–9 | 6 AM - 6 PM
Frank Lloyd Wright is considered the greatest American architect of all time and this tour will take you to three of his masterful designs. Visit includes Kentucky Knob "smart home", Falling Water, and the Mantyla houses at Polymath Park to experience first-hand his amazing skill at capturing the natural world. The tour will also stop at the Flight 93 National Memorial Visitor Center where the attack on the US Capital was thwarted by the passengers and crew. Spend the night at the beautiful Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Tour package includes lodging, 1 breakfast, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, guided tours of 3 Wright homes, baggage handling, step-on-guide, and chartered coach bus transportation. Departure from the Entrance 6 LOT W (near Wawa).
Course: 25742 | Cost: $809 Single Room Accommodations | Sessions 2
Course: 25743 | Cost: $684 Double Occupancy Accommodations | Sessions 2
New York's Best: Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty
FRIDAY, JULY 7 | 7 AM-8 PM
Two of the most famous symbols of America and freedom are the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Catch the ferry in New Jersey and travel to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
The overwhelming appearance and presence of the Statue of Liberty is unforgettable! Pedestal access for the Statue of Liberty is included. The second stop is Ellis Island Immigration Museum, the gateway for those seeking the American way. It houses magnificent artifacts belonging to those who reached the shores of America. You will also have an audio guided tour for both islands. Lunch is on your own.
Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes as this trip involves moderate walking indoors and outdoors. Ferry service provided from Liberty Park, New Jersey. Charter bus, transportation, museum, and ferry tickets are included in trip fees. Departure from the Entrance 6 Lot W (near Wawa).
Course: 35208 | Cost: $125
SUNDAY–Saturday, SEP 24–30
(1/26 through 6/15: deposits only. Final balance payment details will be shared after registration.)
Harford Community College and Superior Tours partner to bring you a fabulous seven-day/six-night trip that includes the crown jewel of the great lakes - Mackinac Island! Together we'll enjoy the magic of exploring this magnificent island - complete with beautiful vistas, charming carriage rides and plentiful shopping. Stops include the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, Guided tour of Frankenmuth, MI and Bronner's Christmas Wonderland; and plenty of free time on the island. During our journey home, we'll stop at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a detailed itinerary.
To reserve your space, complete the noncredit registration form and return with $250 deposit. Final payment due by August 24, 2023.
Course: 25744 (This number is for initial deposits).
- Single room accommodations - $2,449 balance due no later than 8/24
- Double occupancy accommodations - $1,745 balance due no later than 8/24
Note room choice on your registration form. Complete the travel liability waiver and individual lodging preference.
- Seats are assigned by date registration is received.
- Travelers must complete a registration form and a liability form with emergency contact information for each tour.
- Letters of confirmation are sent 7-10 days prior to departure.
- Refunds are not available after tickets/meals are purchased unless a substitute can be found.
NOTE: The College sends current COVID-19 protocols prior to all trips and experiences. As COVID-19 protocols are evolving, we ask that you visit each location/cities’ webpage for the latest updates.