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Make exciting travel opportunities and other extraordinary benefits part of your banking with PRIME TIME Travel at Bristol County Savings Bank. Traveling on a PRIME TIME trip is a carefully planned excursion where we do the work, and you only need to arrive at the destination location with your bags packed and ready to go! We manage the travel details, transportation, timelines, and most meals.

Trips range from convenient day and weekend trips throughout New England, to longer trips across the United States, Canada, and Europe.

When you are part of PRIME TIME Travel, you also will have a personal banker who can assist you at any time with questions about your banking relationship with us. To be part of our PRIME TIME Travel program, you must maintain a $25,000 or greater combined daily consumer deposit balance, or pay a $15 monthly fee debited from a Bristol County Savings Bank checking account.

Our PRIME TIME trips are easy and convenient…all you have to do is have fun!

2020 Prime Time Travel Calendar

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December |

January

January 26 – Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group will rock your world, blow your mind and unleash your spirit! Leave your expectations at the door and let three bald and blue men take you on a spectacular journey bursting with music, laughter and surprises. <Charles Playhouse>

February

February 20 – Encore Boston Harbor
Tempt ‘Lady Luck’ at Massachusetts’ newest five-star waterfront casino. With more than three thousand slot machines, two hundred table games and plenty of restaurants and shopping. . .Encore has something fore everyone. (Must be at least 21 years of age)

March

March 22 – Rain – A Tribute to the Beatles
“Come Together” and experience a tribute to the world’s most iconic band as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ‘Abbey Road’ album. <Zeiterion Theatre>

April

April 4 – Jesus Christ Superstar50th Anniversary Tour
Jesus Christ Superstar is a timeless work set against the backdrop of an extraordinary series of events during the final weeks in the life of Jesus Christ as seen through the eyes of Judas. <Providence Performing Arts Center>

April 2-10 – Bluegrass Country & the Smoky Mountains (8 Days)
Featuring Louisville, Gatlinburg and Asheville, take a magnificent trip through the heart of the Appalachia. Discover the equestrian culture of Kentucky, the pioneer spirit of Tennessee and the mountainous beauty of North Carolina.

May

May 21 – Day at the MuseumsJFK Presidential Library and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 
Visit the library and museum dedicated to the memory of our nation’s thirty-fifth president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy followed by a docent led tour of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum thirty years after the infamous heist.

May <TBD> – Boston Pops
Prime Time’s annual visit to see “America’s Orchestra”.

June

June 8 – 10 – The White Mountain Hotel and Resort (3 Days)
Enjoy breathtaking views on this three day get-a-way to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This tour includes a sight-seeing journey to Franconia Notch, dinner aboard the award-winning Café Lafayette Dinner Train and stunning summit views from the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway.

June 18 – Plymouth 400
A celebration to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the 1620 Mayflower voyage and the founding of the Plymouth colony. This tour will highlight the cultural contributions and American traditions that began with the interaction of the Wampanoag and English peoples that significantly shaped the building of America.

July

July 7 – 9 – Boothbay Harbor (3 Days)
Discover Maine’s stunning mid coast on this three day get-a-way to beautiful Boothbay Harbor. Explore lighthouses, botanical gardens and enjoy a lobster bake on Cabbage Island.

July 23 – Block Island
Designated as “one of the last great places in the western hemisphere”, Block Island Offers miles of pristine beaches, sparkling clear water and dramatic bluffs. Enjoy a guided tour of the island including visits to Great Salt Pond and scenic lighthouses.

August

August 3 – 6 – The Berkshires (4 days)
Enjoy a complete tour of the beautiful Berkshires including a visit to Tanglewood, the idyllic summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

August 18 – Votes for Women Tour
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the women’s right to vote in the U.S. in Newport, RI. This event includes a guided tour highlighting the sites related to remarkable women who lived in or visited Newport and a docent led tour of Rough Point, former home of philanthropist and preservationist, Doris Duke.

September

September <TBD> – Mystery Tour
“Not all who wander are lost!” Climb aboard for a journey that will keep you guessing!

September 30 – October 6 – Iceland’s Magical Northern Lights(7 days)
Experience this once-in-a-lifetime journey to track down the aurora borealis – one of nature’s most dazzling light displays, also known as the northern lights. Discover Iceland, the “land of fire and ice” where streaming lava fields and massive glaciers sculpt mountains and valleys, leaving thundering waterfalls and plunging fjords.

October

October 14 – Foliage Train Tour
All aboard for a three-course luncheon on the Cape Cod Central Railroad followed by a visit to A.D. Makepeace, the world’s largest grower of cranberries. Learn about the yearly cycle of cranberry growing, the methods of harvesting and obtain insight on being a cranberry farmer.

November

November 8 – Newport Playhouse & Cabaret
Have a great day with a delicious buffet, funny play and a wonderful cabaret.

December

December 6 – 7 – Equinox Resort Christmas
Get into the spirit of the holidays with an overnight excursion to the elegant Equinox Resort in Manchester, Vermont. Enjoy a historic tour of this luxurious resort which has been a beacon of sophistication for the last 250 years and explore Hildene, the Lincoln Family home all decked out for the holidays.

December 13 – ChristmasTime Spectacular
Experience the wonder of the season with this Christmas extravaganza which features precision dancers, a living nativity a visit to the North Pole and plenty of yuletide tunes. <Regal Theatre>


Events are subject to change – Additional events may be added.

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