Next Labor Day Weekend is Only a Year Away!
Labor Day weekend occurs at the perfect time; as summer is ending and the cooler weather approaches. It is your last chance for a final, summer hoorah! For some, it means the start of a new school year. For others, it is a well-deserved long weekend. Make sure next year’s Labor Day tops last weekend, and call Rubinsohn Travel 215-886-5200 to finalize your trip!
Here are some of our suggestions for where to head next year:
Cape Cod, MA
This peninsula expands outward from mainland into the Atlantic Ocean. The beginning of September is a great time to visit Cape Cod, as many of the seasonal shops and businesses close up for the winter. You can enjoy the beach for the last time, or take a boat tour around the bay. After a full day of sun, head over to one of the many restaurants in the area for some fresh clams and other seafood. If you are tired of laying around on the beach, you can be a tourist for a day, as there is a lot to see. Enjoy exhibits of American art and historic American automobiles, along with breathtaking gardens, nature trails and waterfalls at Heritage Museums and Gardens. If you are traveling with kids, definitely visit Whydah Pirate Museum, where you can explore the world’s only pirate treasure alongside weapons, jewelry and clothing. If you like lighthouses, visit the Race Point Lighthouse or Nauset Lighthouse. Whatever you decide to do, you will not be bored in Cape Cod, MA.
Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia and it is filled with old charm and history. One of the most memorable aspects of Savannah, are the magnificent mansions in the the city’s several historic districts. Savannah and its historic districts, are best to be explored by foot or from a horse carriage. That is one of the reasons why Labor Day weekend is the fitting time to explore the city, as the weather is comfortable enough for walks or carriage rides. Along with beautiful mansions, you can spot lush gardens and elegant squares with fountains. While in Savannah, you should also visit the Forsyth Park, where you can relax in the shade by a beautiful, massive fountain. If you enjoy spending time in museums, Savannah offers plenty of house museums, but you should make a point to see Telfair Academy, which is the oldest art museum in the South.
Instead of heading to the Texas’ capital, spend next year’s Labor Day weekend in Grapevine. As the name of the city suggests, Grapevine is home to spectacular wineries, so you can spend your weekend celebrating with wine. Labor Day marks the end of SummerBlast in Grapevine, which is a series of fun events and festivals that occur every year throughout the summer. You will definitely catch the last of the festivities at every corner. In addition, the historic downtown district has a lot of artisan workshops that you can explore, including bronze working, artisanal glassblowing, and you can even find a blacksmith shop. The historic district also offers a collection of charming, shops, restaurants and art galleries. Grapevine knows how to throw a party!
You can be celebrating too, call Rubinsohn Travel 215-886-5200 and we will ensure partying is all you have to worry about during your next Labor Day’s trip.