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10 Top Bites From the Village Voice’s 2nd Annual Choice Streets Food Truck Event Slideshow

10 Top Bites From the Village Voice’s 2nd Annual Choice Streets Food Truck Event Slideshow

Dan Myers

This truck served a stellar adobo pork taco, topped with onions, cilantro, and salsa roja.

Mexico Blvd.

Dan Myers

This truck served a stellar adobo pork taco, topped with onions, cilantro, and salsa roja.

Coolhaus

Dan Myers

As opposed to their usual ice cream sandwiches, this truck served more manageable cups of ice cream, paired with quartered cookies.

Seoul Food Truck

Dan Myers

These guys hit a home run with their Korean beef tacos…

Seoul Food Truck

Dan Myers

… as well as with their fries, which were essentially made to order and were gargantuan and super-crispy.

Shock Top

Dan Myers

The folks from Shock Top were on hand, giving out samples from their roster including their flagship Belgian White, Raspberry Wheat, Honeycrisp Apple Wheat, and Lemon Shandy.

Nuchas Empanadas

Dan Myers

Mercifully easy to eat while holding a beer, these mini-empanadas were stuffed with spinach and mozzarella, spicy chipotle chicken (left), and Argentine-style ground beef (right).

Solber Pupusas

Dan Myers

This Red Hook Ball Field standby churned out freshly handmade pupusas at a brisk pace all night (filled with chicken and cheese or veggies), and gave guests the option of adding on salsa roja, cabbage slaw, pickled onions, jalapeños, and crema. This one’s got "the works."

Wafels & Dinges

Dan Myers

A fresh-made waffle topped with crumbled candied bacon, whipped cream, and maple-bourbon glaze? Yes, please.

Mike N' Willie’s

Dan Myers

This truck fried fresh falafel flautas — a corn tortilla stuffed with falafel mix, rolled up, fried, and topped with cilantro tahini — all night long, and couldn’t roll them out fast enough.

Desi Food Truck

Dan Myers

This truck churned out some quality street-food-inspired Indian goodies, including this very good bowl of rice, lentil dal, and chicken tikka masala.

Mausam Curry N Bites

Dan Myers


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.


One-Day Tours

Baltimore Inner Harbor is a sightseeing hub. Here are just a few things you can see while visiting Baltimore Inner Harbor:

Take a Cruise on the Bay with Watermark:
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65-foot BIG RED BOAT. Choose from daily, 45-minute narrated cruises.

Get in the Spirit with Baltimore Spirit Cruises:
The Inner Harbor Spirit offers interactive, narrated 50-minute sightseeing tours of Baltimore from April to October offering an insider’s view of the famous Inner Harbor.

Visit the Maryland Science Center:
Let your senses and mind wander as you explore numerous hands-on activities including an IMAX theater and planetarium.

Get Close to Nature at the National Aquarium which houses sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish among the more than 17,000 creatures in naturalistic exhibits, including a walk-through rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater, the Living Seashore touch pool and an Australian exhibit featuring a 35-foot waterfall. This spectacular aquarium is sure to be a hit with the kids (including the “big” ones!).

Take in Breathtaking Views from “Top of the World” Observation Level on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center. Best view of the city in every direction.

Explore the Inner Harbor’s Historic Treasures:
Be sure to witness the Historic Ships in Baltimore by touring the USS Constellation, the USS Torsk, the USCGC Taney, the Lightship Chesapeake and more. Learn about the role these vessels played during various battles in American history.

Visit Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine:
At Fort McHenry, you can learn about the Battle of Baltimore and the birth of the “Star Spangled Banner” – all just a water taxi ride away from the Inner Harbor.

Discover the Unexpected at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!:
The only place in Baltimore where you’ll find shrunken heads, a 12 ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, the Fiji island mermaid, one-of-a-kind artwork, tons of hands-on interactives and sculptures made out of matchsticks.

Get Around the Inner Harbor on the Baltimore Water Taxi:
For ideal transportation in and around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the water taxi is an affordable solution. One price buys unlimited rides for the day and group discount rates are available. Ticketing is located on Lancaster Street.

Shop ‘til You Drop at Harborplace and The Gallery located in the heart of the Inner Harbor on Pratt Street, Harborplace and The Gallery offer unique shopping, diverse dining and a variety of entertainment right on the picturesque waterfront.

Dine in Style at Baltimore Inner Harbor Restaurants featuring elegant gourmet cuisine, ethnic foods from around the world and plenty of fresh seafood from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. A block away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is Power Plant Live!, a premier dining and entertainment district that features a variety of restaurants and nightclubs surrounding a common plaza.

Philadelphia Flower Show - HABITAT: Nature's Masterpiece - 6/7/21

Philadelphia Flower Show HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece June 7, 2021 (Mon) $94 Adult / $71 Child (5-17)

Price includes transportation & Flower Show admission ticket.
This is a Walking Tour.

Depart: William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 10:10am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 10:30am
Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 10:50am
Quakertown, PA – Park & Ride, Route 663 11:10am
Arrive: Philadelphia, PA 12:30pm
Free time at Flower Show 12:30pm – 5pm
Depart: Philadelphia, PA 5:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 7:00pm

The Philadelphia Flower Show (PFS) , the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event, will move outdoors for the first time, making it a history-making experience that will incorporate the beautiful landscapes of FDR Park in Philadelphia.

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece:
The show’s theme, “HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece” will explore the beauty of life through nature’s kaleidoscopic lens. Visitors should be ready to see exceptional beauty, learn from a diverse line-up of designers and leading horticulturalists and enter a new gardener-centric experience that invites everyone at all skill levels to nurture a lifelong connection to plants and gardening.

Where to Eat:
There will be several different food vendors at the flower show and multiple places to eat, along with accessibility to food trucks.

Free Re-entry:
There will be no re-entry into this year’s show, as all tickets are timed entry.

Handicap Accessibility:
The Flower Show at FDR Park is an outdoor experience and is accessible to visitors with disabilities. The grounds of the show will be comprised of varied terrain, but strollers and wheelchairs can be utilized on both paved and gravel paths. Please know that there can be guests, bright colors, and loud sounds throughout the show grounds. To minimize these factors, consider a visit during the week in the late afternoon or evening.

Visitor Suggestions:
Dress for the occasion – There is a lot to see, so comfortable shoes are a must.
Take notes – Jot down the name of plants you like or the contact information of exhibitors, or snap a photo of your favorite exhibits.
Make a shopping list – The Flower Show is a shopper’s paradise!

Point Pleasant, NJ - Jenkinson's Aquarium - 6/25/21

Point Pleasant, NJ Jenkinson’s Aquarium June 25, 2021 (Fri) $75 Adult / $71 (62+) / $67 Child (2-11)

Price includes transportation, 10:00am Timed-Entrance to Jenkinson’s Aquarium (Group must enter together) and free time at beach & Boardwalk.
Beach fee included in price.

Depart: Allentown, PA – Green Hills, 5925 Tilghman Street 6:55am
Bethlehem, PA – LVIP, 2012 Industrial Drive 7:15am
William Penn Park & Ride – Lot C-1 7:35am
Arrive: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 9:45am
Jenkinson’s Aquarium & free time at beach 10:00am-5:45pm
Depart: Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 6:00pm
Return: Lehigh Valley Area 8:15pm

Jenkinson’s Aquarium:
Opening in June of 1991, Jenkinson’s Aquarium has proven to be a valuable educational and recreational resource, as evidenced by its growing popularity. The aquarium is dedicated to educating the public on all aspects of marine life and conservation. Each exhibit is designed to promote awareness of the animals, their habitat and conservation.

Exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, Pacific sharks, coral reefs, penguins, and seals give you the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe. Another attraction, the touch tank allows visitors to touch live animals ranging from seat star to sting ray!

Point Pleasant Beach & Boardwalk:
Relax in the sun or rest under one of our shady palm trees while listening to the sound of the waves of the Atlantic Ocean hitting the shore.

Jenkinson’s beach is open daily, weather permitting, from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm when the beach is open. (Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty.)

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is an approximate mile long destination on the Jersey Shore with a wide variety of activities perfect for the whole family. Attractions include an Aquarium, Amusement Park, arcades and games of chance. There are three mini-golf courses, batting cages, and sweet shops to satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy Oceanside dining or grab a quick bite to eat at one of the many concessions.

Beach prices:
Admission to the beach is included with Jenkinson’s Aquarium admission.

Beach chairs and umbrellas are available to rent on first-come, first served basis. Beach chairs are $8.00 and umbrellas are $10.00. (Prices subject to change)

Beach rules and regulations:
– Beach badges must be displayed at all times. There is a NO REFUND policy for lost beach badges. Please think of them as cash.
– Absolutely NO containers with alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the beach at any time. All coolers are subject to inspection.
– Outside food, drinks and/or coolers are NOT permitted on the beach after closing.
– NO glass containers are permitted on the beach.