Christmas/New Year's Holiday Schedule 2019 (December 24th through January 1, 2020)
New York is one of the top foodie cities in the U.S., but if you’re looking for a savory plate of homemade Italian food served with a side of history, then a trip to Little Italy may be just what you need. Located in Lower Manhattan, Little Italy is home to some of the oldest shops and eateries in the city, but it’s more than food that makes this spot special.
It’s not always easy to find a year-round attraction that will keep kids and adults alike entertained for hours, but Camden’s Adventure Aquarium can do just that. Whether you’re looking for shelter from the summer sun, an escape from cold-weather cabin fever, or somewhere in between, this waterfront aquarium will offer a deep dive into fun.
Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule 2019 (Wednesday, November 27th through Sunday, December 1st)
There’s plenty of things to do and see when you take a bus to New York City, but there’s something truly unique about Rockefeller Center. Designed to be a “city within a city,” the historic landmark has been serving New York natives and visitors alike since the 1930s. And, though it’s an iconic stop during the holiday season, the Rockefeller Center is an excellent year-round destination.
Monday November 11th New York – a regular schedule with the following additions and cancellations
Effective the week of 10/21/19 Martz Run #103 will be operating under an adjusted schedule.
For safety reasons effective 9/23/19 Martz will not allow the transport of personal 2 wheel electric scooters, due to the risk of fire.
Monday October 14th New York – a regular schedule with the following additions and cancellations
Whether you’re a long-time baseball fan or you’re catching any other big event, you might be heading to Yankee Stadium. By taking a bus to New York City, you can get to the heart of the city and easily catch a show or a game at the stadium.