Autumn paints New England landscapes with bold, Impressionist colors that surprise, delight, energize and mesmerize, and awaken the visionary in you. But this excursion through Grand New England offers more than the visual excitement of a fall foliage tour. See American history in a new light in places where it was made, then re-made by poets, painters and icon-makers... the Revolutionary heart of Concord, the Berkshire retreats of Daniel Chester French (the sculptor who made the Lincoln Memorial), Norman Rockwell and Edith Wharton, and the Gilded Age mountain resort at Bretton Woods. Travel through lush forests and fertile fields sweet with fragrant air, rich in tradition and brimming with antique charm. Search out the elusive soul of New England from Boston to Bar Harbor, from fishing boats to the summit of Mount Washington and the wilderness of Acadia National Park... in the taste of fresh lobster and maple syrup, and in the dazzled eye of the beholder.