Soon enough our schedules change and the children are back in school. Watch out for those yellow buses and the little passengers discharged from them.
160 mph! Where's that? At the Dover International Speedway. On Sunday, October 2nd. Seats still available! Check it out here.
Set sail on the renowned Circle Line Cruise going around Manhattan Island, also known as New York City. See the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, United Nations, Yankee Stadium and George Washington Bridge. All on one comfortable cruise. Check it out here.
There is a new train in town...in New Freedom, Pa., that is. The William H. Simpson #17 is a faithful replica of the Civil War steam locomotive that carried Abraham Lincoln to deliver his now famous Gettysburg Address. These same tracks carried Lincolns funeral train two years later. Come experience history as you ride in the custom built coaches, pulled by a 1860s replica steam locomotive. Check out our Steam Into History tour here.
at the Highland Lighthouse on Cape Cod.
2016 is the 80th Anniversary of HAGEY COACH & TOURS. For decades, HAGEY has taken scores of people to countless exciting destinations first by school bus then by charter and tour motorcoach. Take a Picture on your tour --whether on the coach or at the destination --then send it in and get a chance to win an $80 Hagey Gift Certificate. Contest held monthly through 2016. Your Tour Driver gives you the details of the contest on the tour. Let's take a picture to celebrate Hagey's 80th Anniversary.
Consider our Small Group Discount: take a 5% discount off your entire reservation providing you have between 10-25 people, and that we work with one person for the entire group. To receive the Discount, you must call our office to make your arrangements: 800-544-2439.
Click on the catalog to see it or stop into our office on Schoolhouse Road in Franconia Township or call us at 800-544-2439 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the 2016 book of vacation ideas. Lots of ways to get started planning for your vacation!
Online - Select the Gift Cards tab, purchase with your credit card then it is mailed the next day. Click HERE to order.
Phone - Call 800-544-2439, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
In Person - At our Tour Office in Franconia Township, 210 Schoolhouse Road, Souderton.
If you come into our office for a Gift Card purchase of $100 or more, you receive a choice of free gift. For every online purchase of $200 or more, you receive a free Mini Cooler. All gifts given while supplies last.
...tell the world. Follow your favorite Drivers and your fellow passengers on some great Tours. Click HERE for our Facebook page. Start LIKING us today!
Our Charter Sales Department has the experience to help you with trip planning across town or across the USA and Canada, always on a safe comfortable and efficient motorcoach. Our Coaches are kept immaculately clean and well-maintained. Each coach is equipped with the latest technologies, air conditioning, restrooms, DVD players, large luggage bays and individually reclining seats. Our Drivers are trained profession
als who are truly concerned about serving your group with safety and care. We require our Drivers to regularly attend safety and service enhancements meetings. For further information on getting your Group the best time possible, click HERE.
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Closed Saturdays, Sundays and major holidays
Hagey Tours is a family owned motorcoach tour operator based in Franconia Township, Souderton, Pennsylvania with a rich heritage of servi
ng people going back to the 1930s. We operate over 400 retail tours annually to a wide range of destinations suiting all tastes. Our company prides itself on welcoming service while travelling in the best maintained equipment by our friendly, professional Drivers. Take notice to our slick white coaches imprinted with our famous purple and pink swirls! We sincerely hope you enjoy browsing through our website, and we will be seeing you on one of our tours in the very near future.
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