The history of Hamburg comes alive at the Hamburg Historical Museum. Enjoy a permanent train display and other historic displays representing Hamburg since its settlement in 1831. Temporary exhibits of clothing and textiles change every two months to include wedding gowns, bathing suits, business attire and evening gowns through the decades. The on-site Tea Room is ideal for a relaxing treat of cookies and hot tea. The museum has three gift shops filled with wonderful mementos of your visit. ($2.00 p/p entry fee, $3.00 p/p for cookies & tea).
Livingston County’s only lakeside dining establishment is perfect for viewing the fall colors. ($17.00 p/p inclusive)
Winston Churchill said, “Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to Hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip”. So we invite you to go to Hell, but we mean it in the nicest way. Each year group tours journey to the one and only town named Hell. Here, an un-official personality will conduct a spirited lighthearted walking tour. You can expect to see a dam (yes, there is a dam in Hell), and indulge in sinfully delicious ice cream at Screams Ice Cream. You will be tempted to pose for a photo at the whimsical cutouts, shop for that one of a kind souvenir, and indulge in a decadent delight from Hell’s Kitchen. Tours include a scorched post card mailed from the official post office, an exit visa, and an ice cream sundae with scary named toppings. (Tour and ice cream $7.50 p/p inclusive)
(All prices are subject to change and based on a minimum of 30 persons. Please verify costs at the time of booking.)