Everhart Express to New York

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The Everhart Museum is pleased to announce the second in our new series of bus trips to some of the world’s finest museums and cultural attractions, all within a day trip of Scranton. On Sunday, June 30 the Everhart Express takes passengers on a tour of two spectacular attractions overlooking the Hudson River: the Lyndhurst Mansion and The Met Cloisters. 

This hassle-free excursion to to New York City, courtesy of Martz Bus, stops first at the Lyndhurst Mansion, then at The Met Cloisters, with plenty of time to freely explore the countless attractions and restaurants within walking distance. The cost includes the bus trip, admission to the Lyndhust Mansion and The Met Cloisters, and tip for the driver.

• Depart the Everhart Museum in Scranton at 8:30 a.m.
• Drop off at Lyndhurst Mansion at 10:30 a.m.
• Lyndhurst Mansion Tour begins at 11:00 a.m.
• Pick up at Lyndhurst at 12:00 p.m.

• Drop off at The Met Cloisters at 12:30 p.m.
• Pick up at The Met Cloisters at 5:00 p.m.
• Return to The Everhart Museum in Scranton at 7:30 p.m.

Lunch Options:
Lunch is not included in this package, so please plan accordingly. 
Trie Cafe (located inside the Met Cloisters)
• The Bonnefont (0.3 mi – 6 min walk)
• Tryon Public House (0.3 mi – 6 min walk)
• Cañave (0.3 mi – 6 min walk)
• Mamajuana (0.4 mi – 8 min walk)

•The Hudson, NY (0.6 mi – 12 min walk)

Senior 65+$105.00$115.00
Youth under 18$95.00$105.00
*Youths under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

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The Lyndhurst Mansion

Overlooking the Hudson River in Tarrytown, New York, is Lyndhurst, one of America’s finest Gothic Revival mansions. Designed in 1838 by Alexander Jackson Davis (1803-1892), the mansion’s architectural brilliance is complemented by its comprehensive collection of original decorative arts and the estate’s park-like landscape. 

The Met Cloisters

Opened in 1938 as a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Met Cloisters is America’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. Including a museum and gardens within a single complex, it picturesquely overlooks the Hudson River in Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan and derives its name from the portions of five medieval cloisters incorporated into a modern museum structure. 

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