Participate in activities from the daily life of an early 19th century frontier family. Discover glassmaking past and present. Explore the natural setting of Watson Homestead with its 500 acres, creek, woods and 36’ climbing tower. Hands-on experiences include blacksmithing, open hearth cooking, tin punching and glass blowing and fusing. Field trips to the Corning Museum of Glass with its Studio, Innovation Center and Hot Glass Show. Hike down the famous gorge at Watkins Glen. The Benjamin Patterson Inn Museum complex includes 1796 inn, one-room schoolhouse, 1800s log cabin, and blacksmith shop. At the Glenn Curtiss Museum see “Curtiss Jenny” and other early aeroplanes. Local sightseeing, art activities and a historic architecture guided walk complete this fun-filled week for grand bigs and littles! Double or triple occupancy: from $1149 per first adult / $829 persecond adult / $499 per child, ages 8 to 12. Road Scholar course #4983, activity level 4 - Active.