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West Point Tours

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West Point Story

Enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Hudson River and the Hudson Highlands as you walk the roads of history beginning with West Point in 1778.

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History and Tradition Cemetery Tour

This tour expands on the West Point Story with a visit to the West Point Cemetery discussing the lives and achievements of some laid to rest on this hallowed ground. This tour is seasonal.

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Transportation Services

With over 180 vehicles, West Point Tours, Inc. Trailways has your perfect transport solution – from safe, clean school buses to luxury motorcoaches with Wi-Fi, onboard entertainment systems, and more!

The Story Of West Point Tours

West Point Tours, Inc. is a third-generation, family corporation. The company was established in 1947 — an outgrowth of the Storm King Stage Corporation, which was founded in 1928. We operate a fleet of 180 vehicles, including 10 motor coaches for school, charter and tour operations.

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Enjoy The Unique Place Of West Point In American History

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This is must if you are near West Point. Wish we had the chance to do the Cemetery Tour. However the tour was still very good. Wish the tour was longer. The views are amazing.

We took the 1.15 minute tour of West Point. Our guide was so informative and told us about so many traditions at West Point. We also learned about famous people who have attended there. Be sure to go to the visitors' center to start the tour. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and finished the day at the museum gift shop and Thayer Hotel.

A visit to the USMA has long been on our list of places to visit. It didn't disappoint. The views, the history and the Corps of Cadets were inspiring. Mary was a fantastic guide, energetic and a wealth of knowledge. Don't miss and as they say, "BEAT NAVY!"

Give enormous credit to the young people who are accepted to West Point and who graduate. The tourr is extensive and every American should visit one of the military academies in the country.

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Schedule a Tour

The Academy offers three tour types that depend on where you are in the application process.

Experience the U.S. Military Academy Firsthand

West Point is located approximately 50 miles north of New York City in the picturesque Hudson Valley. We encourage all prospective cadets to visit the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to experience the historic campus and get a feel for cadet life.

Ways to Visit West Point

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Prospective Cadet Tour

For those who have not yet applied.

Weekdays During the Academic Year and Select Days During the Summer

8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

This tour includes the admissions brief, a guided tour of West Point's grounds from an Admissions Officer, and an opportunity to ask questions 1 on 1 with an Admissions Officer.

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Open to any prospective applicants (including high school freshman and sophomores) and their parents.*

Prospective Candidate Tour Sign Up

Please review visitor requirements thoroughly before scheduling.

*During the summer months, only Prospective Candidate Tours are available.  Thus, during the summer, candidates with open applications will be offered the Prospective Candidate Tour.

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For those with open applications.

Weekdays Only During Academic Year

This tour includes the admissions brief and the opportunity to spend the morning shadowing a cadet.

View the tour schedule.

To be eligible for a daily tour, you must have an open application .

To schedule a daily tour, log into your candidate portal.

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Overnight Tour

For those offered admission or with a Letter of Assurance or Letter of Encouragement.

8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. the following day

The overnight tour is only open to accepted candidates*

In addition to the admissions brief, prospective cadets shadow a cadet for 24 hours to truly experience West Point and have a one-on-one, personalized meeting with an admissions officer.

*You must be a candidate who has been offered admission, has a letter of assurance (LOA), or has a letter of encouragement (LOE).

Please schedule an overnight tour from your candidate portal.

Please review visitor requirements before scheduling.

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Visit Schedule

0730: Visitors screening and pass processing at the West Point Visitors Center (all tours)

0700-0800: West Point Shuttle departs from Buffalo Soldier Field (the shuttle leaves on the hour and half hour)

0835: Visitors arrive to Building 606 (all tours)

0845-1000: Admissions Information Brief (all tours)

0940: Candidates on Daily and Overnight Tours are paired with cadets and shadow (prospective students stay with parents)

1000-1040: Parents Brief and Q&A with West Point parent liaison (when available)

1040-1230: Walking Tour of West Point grounds and facilities for parents and prospective students (last day one event for parents of candidates on the Overnight Tour)

1230: Candidates on the Daily Tour return to Building 606

1230-1330: Optional meetings with Admissions Officer (Prospective and Daily Tours) 

End of Prospective & Daily tours.  

Day 2 Events for Overnight Tours Only:

1230:  Candidates and parents return to Building 606 

1230-1330:  Meeting with Admissions Officer for further Q&A

Visitor Requirements

Before you visit.

Learn more about the West Point Experience .

Access to West Point

Visitor Control Center

Except for valid DoD ID card holders, all visitors must obtain a background check to receive a visitor pass and enter West Point.

The  Visitor Control Center , where visitors passes are issued, is located just outside Thayer Gate on the lower level of the Frederic V. Malek West Point Visitor Center building: 2107 New South Post Road, West Point, NY.

Please look for the signs for entrance. Normal hours of operation are   6 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily.

For more information or for questions about visiting West Point, please  email the Visitor Control Center   or call (845) 938-0390. 

Pro Tip:  Allot an extra hour to complete this screening process.

Visiting The Hudson Valley

If you are visiting the West Point area, consider exploring the  Hudson Valley & Orange County Tourism website   for places to go and things to do!

For questions or more information, call (845) 615-3860 or visit the Orange County website .

More ideas about things to do in the Hudson Valley:

  • Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber Of Commerce (Peekskill Area)
  • Town Of Highlands Chamber Of Commerce
  • Hudson Valley Magazine

Information for Parents

Prospective parents also have questions and are invited to participate in the campus tour!

Parent-focused events include the following:

Daily and Overnight* Tours:

  • Participate in Admissions Information Brief
  • Q&A session with Deb Dalton of West Point Parent Communications
  • Parents' tour of the campus
  • Q&A session with an admissions officer

*If your child is attending an overnight tour, you are welcome to explore the Hudson Valley and its many attractions. Resources can be found in the previous section, Visiting the Hudson Valley.

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Summer Leaders Experience

Looking for a more immersive experience? At the Summer Leaders Experience (SLE), you will explore West Point from all angles, including our high-tech educational facilities, team-building athletic activities, and realistic military training. 

Approximately 1100 students are selected to attend the week-long SLE program each summer. If you have any other questions, please email us at:  [email protected] .

To apply for SLE, fill out the Candidate Questionnaire .

Take a Virtual Tour

Before you come visit--or just to get an experience of West Point--all prospective cadets and parents are invited to explore the campus virtually.

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Transportation

General Information The information below is provided to give a general understanding of transportation policies and procedures for the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. Please click on the links at the right for Frequently Asked Questions specific to Pre-Kindergarten, Private/Parochial and Special Education Transportation. Please contact the Transportation Department at (845) 568-6833 with specific questions. Please be advised, at the beginning of the school year the Transportation Department receives hundreds of phone calls and inquiries each day. In the event you are unable to speak with someone and leave a voice message, please be patient your call will be returned as soon as is possible. Please Note: During the first week of school, busses may be late during pick-up and drop-off. Bus Stop Information Bus stops are established by the bus contractor. Questions related to the bus stops should be directed to the bus company. The following is a listing of the companies who provide transportation for our students and their phone numbers.

The District Transportation Director will advise the bus company to change any bus stops which are deemed unsafe due to traffic safety issues. If you feel your child’s stop is unsafe due to traffic related issues, put your request in writing and address it to: Transportation Director NECSD 124 Grand Street, Newburgh, NY 12550  All other inquiries regarding bus stops should be directed to the bus company who transports your child.

Bus Routes   (2023-2024 School Year) 

Transportation Policy In accordance with the policy of the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District and New York State Law, transportation will be provided for all students who live outside the City of Newburgh. Transportation will also be provided for all City of Newburgh students in grades kindergarten through grade 8 and for students in grades 9-12 at a distance of more than 1.0 miles from their school up to 15 miles.

Alternate Bus Stops

The deadline to submit Alternate Bus Stops is three (3) weeks before your scholar starts in-person learning. Any form received after that will not be guaranteed to be in place when your child begins in-person learning.  Alternate stops must be for five (5) days a week, per district policy.  School bus routes must remain consistent for the safety of our scholars. 

Bus passes will be issued on rare occasions for emergencies only.  Please make other arrangements for your child’s transportation if they are not going to their regular bus stop.  The Alternate Stop Form can be found on the  transportation page  of the NECSD website, on the right hand side of the page.  Please email the completed form to  [email protected]    You may also fax it to 845-568-6836 or drop off the form in person in the Registration drop box at the auditorium entrance of the Board of Education building (124 Grand St., Newburgh).

Bus stop information will be  posted on the NECSD website under "Important Topics."  You will need your child's ID number to access the information. Student ID numbers can be found in Parent or Student Portals as well as on report cards.

Contact Transportation

Patricia Coyne, Director of Transportation BOE/ Library Complex 124 Grand Street Behind Registration Office

Email: [email protected] Phone: 845-568-6833 Fax: 845-568-6836

Athletic Bus Schedule  (updated 3/20/2024)

Alternate Stop Form 2024-25 Alternate Stop Form  |  Due April 1, 2024 for the 2024-2025 school year  Paper Form | Digital Form   Alternate Stop Form | 2023-2024 (current school year)  ESYP Alternate Stop Form    

Private/Parochial Transportation Private/Parochial Transportation Information Due by April 1, 2024 for 2024-2025 school year  General FAQs Pre-K Transportation Private/Parochial FAQs Special Education Transportation FAQs Temp. Disabled/Injured Transportation FAQs

  

Transportation FAQs

Q. Is my child eligible to ride a school bus?

A.  In accordance with the policy of the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District and New York State Law, transportation will be provided for all students who live outside the City of Newburgh. Transportation will also be provided for all City of Newburgh students in grades kindergarten through grade 8 and for students in grades 9-12 at a distance of more than 0.5 miles from their school up to 18 miles.

Q. What are the distances that determine eligibility?

Q. How is the distance between the home/alternate stop address and school calculated?

Q. When is bussing not provided?

Bus transportation is not provided:

  • If the student lives within the City of Newburgh, is in grade 9-12 and the home/alternate stop address is less than or equal to one half (0.5) mile from the school.
  • If the home/alternate stop address is located outside the boundaries of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District.
  • If the student attends a private/parochial school and an Application for Transportation was not filed with the Transportation Department by April 1 of the preceding school year.
  • If the student attends a private/parochial school and does not reach age five (5) prior to December 1 of the current school year.

Q. Do I need to fill out a form for my child to be assigned to a school bus?

Q. What if I would like my child to be picked-up or dropped-off at an address other than my home address (baby sitter, day care, etc.)?

A. If you would like your child to be picked-up or dropped-off at a location other than the home address of record, you must complete an Alternate Stop Request Form indicating the address you would like the child picked-up and/or dropped-off.  Alternate Stop forms do not carry over from year to year. An Alternate Stop Form must be completed by April 1st of the preceding school year. Late requests are not guaranteed to be in place for the start of the school year.  Processing of Alternate Stop Forms usually takes 2-3 business days but may take longer during busy times of the year. An Alternate Stop Form must be completed each time you would like the pick-up or drop-off location to change. Alternate Stop requests must be for five days per week.

Q. Where can I obtain an alternate stop form?

Alternate stop forms can be:

  • printed from the transportation home page of the District website under the Forms heading.
  • completed digitally by clicking this link and completing the form.
  • obtained from the student’s school.
  • obtained from the Transportation Department at 124 Grand Street, Newburgh, NY.

Q. Are there any restrictions regarding alternate stops?

Q. How do I obtain bus schedule information for my child?

A. Bus schedule information can be obtained in the following ways:

  • Bus schedules are posted on the school district website and may be accessed using the student ID# and date of birth.  Note: New registrants or alternate stop requests submitted after April 1st may not be reflected in the schedule.
  • Schedule information can also be obtained directly from the school, the Transportation Department or the bus company. Contact information for bus companies serving the District are listed in the column on the right side of the Transportation home page.

Q. When should my child be at the bus stop?

A. It is recommended that all students be at their designated bus stop ten (10) minutes prior to their scheduled pick-up time. All students must be at their bus stop prior to the bus arriving at the stop. Students should not be waiting indoors as this affects the schedule and timeliness of the bus route.

Q. What should I do if the bus is late?

Q. How are bus stops determined?

A. Bus stops are established according to the policies and guidelines of the District, the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles and New York State Education Department directives and recommendations. Wherever possible, bus stop locations are centrally located at street corners/intersections or centrally located addresses to insure the safety of all students and other motorists and to accommodate the maximum number of students.

While we understand the challenges parents face, the following do not warrant changes being made to a bus stop: not being able to see the bus stop from your home; elderly or disabled parent, grandparent or day care provider; day care provider who cannot walk to the bus stop due to other children in the facility; darkness/weather, lack of sidewalks or street lights, or previous location of bus stop.

Q. Do buses make house stops?

Q. Who establishes bus stops?

Q. Whom should I contact if I have a question about my child’s bus stop?

A. If you have a concern about your child’s school bus you should first contact a supervisor at the bus company. If the bus company is unable to assist you, contact a building administrator (Principal, Assistant Principal) at the student’s school. If you are unable to reach a building administrator contact the Transportation Department at (845)-568-6833. You can also submit your concern online by clicking this link and completing the form.

Q. Does my child have to be met at the bus stop by a parent/guardian?

What must I do if my home address changes?

A. In the event of a change in your home address, a Full Change form must be completed on the Registration page of the school district website.  You will need to submit proof of residency (deed, tax bill, rental agreement, utility bill, etc.). You may also bring your documentation to the Registration Department at 124 Grand St. Newburgh.  Permanent address changes cannot be made by the Transportation Department. 

Q. What must I do if my phone number or email address changes?

Q. Is busing allowed on private property?

Q. Do buses have attendants/monitors?

Q. Are there video cameras on the buses?

Q. Whom should I contact if I have a concern about my child’s school bus?

Q. Can my child be suspended from the bus?

Q. Whom should I contact regarding items lost or left on the bus?

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“ The tour is based out of the West Point Visitor's center, located in the village of Highland Falls . ” in 2 reviews

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“ I'd definitely recommend to try to come back and go to Trophy Point , take the time to read everything. ” in 2 reviews

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An almost laughably incompetent company. They came unbelievably close to ruining our wedding. We hired a wedding shuttle from West Point Tours in June. Our wedding was nearly ruined because half the guests were getting a surprise tour of the Hudson Valley. The driver had absolutely no idea where he was going. It happened like this. Our first guests were picked up at a Days Inn. The driver managed to get there on time, but he drove then to the wrong Marriott, a half hour away from the right Marriott. Then, running well behind schedule already, once all the guests were finally on the bus, the driver went wildly driving around back country roads, with no map or GPS, looking for the wedding venue. What should have been a twenty minute drive took over ninety minutes. The guests staying at the Day's Inn were on the bus for almost three hours. Had our friends not wised up to the driver's incompetence and directed him to the right place with their cell phones, they'd probably have missed the wedding. Hell they might still be roaming the Hudson Valley. I also have to mention that the driver also got lost on the drive back later that night. He still wouldn't take main roads, despite his passengers' protestations. I don't think I've ever in my life experienced such terrible service. I aged five years waiting for that shuttle to get to the wedding venue.

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What a lousy tour. Two stops only for the 1hr 15min tour (cathedral and "million" $ view of the Hudson). Does not show cadet life. They should include dormitories and dining area. Not worth the bus ride. If you are a citizen just register through security and do the tour yourself, it is free. So is the Museum. You can google while you do the tour yourself, do not need a tour guide. Just be aware during events, registering through security can be brutal. Went on ring day and even parents of cadets had to wait 45 minutes. Also not sure if this was true, I was told foreign nationals could not visit without joining tour. I was able to bring in-laws from England into Annapolis without any issues (different academy policy)? Finally, the tour wacks you another $2.50 if you use a credit card.

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Jasper C. thank you for your comments. West Point Tours is directed by the West Point Garrison, and security, as to where tour groups can and can't go as to not disrupt the Cadets during their school day. This is a college for our future Army leader's and there are many security procedures in place as to be expected. We would warn anyone entering the Academy grounds on their own to be very aware of off-limit areas not only for themselves, but also for their cars, as they will be ticketed and possibly towed. Guests making reservations online, or utilizing a credit card at the time of purchase, incur a .50 fee per ticket, not $2.50.

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Its worth the small fee to take the guided tour offered by this company. The bus was clean and cool - which was key on a 90-degree day. The tour guide was incredibly knowledgeable - I forget his name, but he had a British accent. He really knows his history and pointed out many interesting points throughout the extended two hour tour. Go Army, Beat Navy!!!

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I used West Point Tours for my shuttle on my wedding day in June. They were great! Buses were on time and clean. The people I dealt with to book it were informative and responded quickly. Some last minute changes the day or weren't a problem. I would definitely use them again.

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I called to go over the details of what I needed for about 10 minutes with a woman who then tells me she needs 2 hours to figure out the number's. One month later, still no response. I also tried to make an online inquiry, still no response.

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We had a great experience with West Point Tours. I was actually shocked at how exactly on time the bus was. The first bus of guests arrived at 5 PM on the dot and the second did at 5:30 PM exactly. Moving 100 guests is not an easy task, but our driver managed to get everyone on and off the bus quickly and efficiently. Well done! Nice, clean bus and a sweet driver too.

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I just read Daniel S.'s review and am dumbfounded. Were we at the same place? This is not a college information tour for prospective students nor was it just built for people's entertainment. This is first and foremost a historical landmark dating back to 1778 and the Revolutionary War! The "grass field" is the Parade grounds where the Cadet reviews are held and which are flanked by the Barracks buildings, mess hall and Jefferson library. Also, the entire academic building area is not even 3 miles long so his perception of distance is way off!! There are statues of Patton, Eisenhower, George Washington, MacArthur and Sylvanus Thayer all within 50 yards of where we were sitting. This is a serious school, graduating our future military leaders, they are not animals in a zoo for us to peer at and the last thing they should have during their school day is a bunch of tourists gawking at them and distracting them! Again, this is not a college tour, it is a history tour which includes information about cadet life etc. West Point is so much more than just a college and every visitor, especially Americans, will appreciate the importance of the explanation of the Hudson River at Trophy point in relationship to us becoming a nation, the Great Chain, beautiful Battle Monument, the gorgeous Cadet Capel were military greats like MacArthur, Schwarzkopf, Eisenhower, etc have sat. If you want a college tour go to Princeton. If you want a tour of one of the most important landmarks in our country, that also happens to be a college, visit West Point. Our guide was phenomenal, knowledgeable, entertaining and also a 20+ year military wife who also dated her husband when he was a cadet so the stories and information were great. I came away with an even greater appreciation of our past and future Soldiers!

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SMART Transit east and west routes take you to popular destinations throughout the City of Moscow. Buses stop at medical offices, shopping areas, schools (including the University of Idaho campus) and high-density housing developments.

Everyone rides FREE!

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 6:40am – 7:00pm Saturday 7:30am – 2:00pm

Current alerts and announcements

  • RIDER ALERT! College & Deakin stop is out of service today 3/11 and will re-open mid-day 3/12 due to an emergency road closure
  • RIDER ALERT! Closed Monday, Feb. 19th for President’s Day.

There are two fixed routes. Both routes connect at Moscow’s Intermodal Transit Center at 1006 Railroad Street. 

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Single route schedule, west side loop.

Covers the west side of Moscow and the University of Idaho campus. Common stops include:

  • Student Union Building (ISUB) and residence halls along Sixth Street
  • Moscow Family Medicine QuickCARE
  • Palouse Mall
  • Downtown Moscow
  • Gritman Medical Center

East side loop 

Covers the east side of Moscow from the UI campus. Common stops include:

  • Moscow High School
  • East City Park
  • Aquatic Center
  • Moscow Junior High School
  • Skateboard Park
  • Latah County Fairgrounds
  • Eastside Marketplace 
  • Styner Avenue

Buses depart the Intermodal Transit Center at 10 minutes and 40 minutes after the hour.

Most stops are served every half hour. 

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Transit Center

6:40, 7:10, 7:40, 8:10, 8:40, 9:10, 9:40, 10:10, 10:40, 11:10, 11:40, 12:10, 12:40, 1:10, 1:40, 2:40, 3:40, 4:40, 5:40, 6:40

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Ash & University Ave.

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6:42, 7:42, 8:42, 9:42, 10:42, 11:42, 12:42, 1:42, 2:42, 3:42, 4:42, 5:42, 6:42

Wallace Complex

7:12, 7:42, 8:12, 8:42, 9:12, 9:42, 10:12, 10:42, 11:12, 11:42, 12:12, 12:42, 1:12, 1:42, 2:12, 2:42, 3:12, 3:42, 4:12, 4:42, 5:12, 5:42, 6:12, 6:42

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Moscow Family Medicine/QuickCare

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A & Peterson

A & Cherry

6:52, 7:17, 7:52, 8:17, 8:52, 9:17, 9:52, 10:17, 10:52, 11:17, 11:52, 12:17, 12:52, 1:17, 1:52, 2:17, 2:52, 3:17, 3:52, 4:17, 4:52, 5:17, 5:52, 6:17, 6:52

A & Lily

6:53, 7:18, 7:53, 8:18, 8:53, 9:18, 9:53, 10:18, 10:53, 11:18, 11:53, 12:18, 12:53, 1:18, 1:53, 2:18, 2:53, 3:18, 3:53, 4:18, 4:53, 5:18, 5:53, 6:18, 6:53

A & Almon

7:19, 8:19, 9:19, 10:19, 11:19, 12:19, 1:19, 2:19, 3:19, 4:19, 5:19, 6:19

Almon & E

7:20: 8:20, 9:20, 10:20, 11:20, 12:20 1:20, 2:20, 3:20, 4:20, 5:20, 6:20

E & Main (Rosauers)

7:21, 8:21, 9:21, 10:21, 11:21, 12:21, 1:21

2nd & Main

6:55, 7:22, 7:55, 8:22, 8:55, 9:22, 9:55, 10:22, 10:55, 11:22, 11:55, 12:22, 12:55, 1:22, 1:55, 2:22, 2:55, 3:22, 3:55, 4:22, 4:55, 5:22, 5:55, 6:22, 6:55

Friendship Square

6:56, 7:24, 7:56, 8:24, 8:56, 9:24, 9:56, 10:24, 10:56, 11:24, 11:56, 12:24, 12:56, 1:24, 1:56, 2:56, 3:56, 3:56, 4:56, 5:56, 6:56

8th & Main (Gritman Medical Center)

6:57, 7:25, 7:57, 8:25, 8:57, 9:25, 9:57, 10:25, 10:57, 11:25, 11:57, 12:25, 12:57, 1:25, 1:57, 2:25, 2:57, 3:25, 3:57, 4:25, 4:57, 5:25, 5:57, 6:25, 6:57

Friendship Square stop not serviced during Saturday Farmers’ Market May through Oct

East Side Loop Schedule

6:40, 7:10, 7:40, 8:10, 8:40, 9:10, 9:40, 10:10, 10:40, 11:10, 11:40, 12:10, 12:40, 1:10, 1:40, 2:10, 3:10, 4:10, 5:10, 6:10

College & Deakin

6:41, 7:10, 7:41, 8:10, 8:41, 9:10, 9:41, 10:10, 10:41, 11:10, 11:41, 12:10, 12:41, 1:10, 1:41, 2:10, 2:41, 3:10, 3:41, 4:10, 4:41, 5:10, 5:41, 6:10, 6:41

6:41, 7:11, 7:41, 8:11, 8:41, 9:11, 9:41, 10:11, 10:41, 11:11, 11:41, 12:11, 12:41, 1:11, 1:41, 2:11, 3:11, 4:11, 5:11, 6:11

Almon & A

8:42, 9:42, 10:42, 11:42, 12:42, 1:42, 2:42, 3:42, 4:42, 5:42, 6:42

8:43, 9:43, 10:43, 11:43, 12:43, 1:43, 2:43, 3:43, 4:43, 5:43, 6:43

8:44, 9:44 10:44, 11:44, 12:44, 1:44, 2:14, 3:14, 4:14, 5:14, 6:14

D & Jefferson

8:45, 9:45, 10:45, 11:45, 12:45, 1:45, 2:45, 3:45, 4:45, 5:45, 6:45

D & Howard

8:46, 9:46, 10:46, 11:46, 12:46, 1:46, 2:46, 3:46, 4:46, 5:46, 6:46

Moscow High School / 1912 Center

3rd & Polk

7:13, 8:13, 9:13, 10:13, 11:13, 12:13, 1:13, 2:13, 3:13, 4:13, 5:13, 6:13

3rd & Lincoln

7:14, 8:14, 9:14, 10:14, 11:14, 12:14, 1:14, 2:14, 3:14, 4:14, 5:14, 6:14

1st & Hayes

Hayes & D St.

6:45, 7:15, 7:45, 8:15, 8:45, 9:15, 9:45, 10:15, 10:45, 11:15, 11:45, 12:15, 12:45, 1:15, 1:45, 2:15, 2:45, 3:15, 3:45, 4:15, 4:45, 5:15, 5:45, 6:15, 6:45

Hayes & F St.

F St. & Orchard

6:46, 7:16, 7:46, 8:16, 8:46, 9:16, 9:46, 10:16, 10:46, 1:16, 11:46, 12:16, 12:46, 1:16, 1:46, 2:16, 2:46, 3:16, 3:46, 4:16, 4:46, 5:16, 5:46, 6:16, 6:46

F St. & Mountain View

6:47, 7:17, 7:47, 8:17, 8:49, 9:17, 9:49, 10:17, 10:49, 11:17, 11:49, 12:17, 12:49, 1:17, 1:49, 2:19, 3:19, 4:19, 5:19, 6:19

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Mountain View & Rolling Hills

6th & Mountain View

6:48, 7:18, 7:48, 8:18, 8:48, 9:18, 9:48, 10:18, 10:48, 11:18, 11:48, 12:18, 12:48, 1:18, 1:48, 2:18, 2:48, 3:18, 3:48, 4:18, 4:48, 5:18, 5:48, 6:18, 6:48

6th & Park

6:49, 7:19, 7:49, 8:19, 8:49, 9:19, 9:49, 10:19, 10:49, 11:19, 11:49, 12:19, 12:49, 1:19, 1:49, 2:19, 2:49, 3:19, 3:21, 4:19, 4:49, 5:19, 5:49, 6:19, 6:49

Blaine Street at 6th Street

7th & Blaine

6:50, 7:20, 7:50, 8:20, 8:50, 9:20, 9:50, 10:20, 10:50, 11:20, 11:50, 12:20, 12:50, 1:20, 1:50, 2:20, 2:50, 3:20, 3:50, 4:20, 4:50, 5:20, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50

Blaine & Mabelle

Blaine & White Ave. (Eastside Marketplace)

6:51, 7:21, 7:51, 8:21, 8:51, 9:21, 9:51, 10:21, 10:51, 11:21, 11:51, 12:21, 12:51, 1:21, 1:51, 2:21, 2:51, 3:21, 3:51, 4:21, 4:51, 5:21, 5:51, 6:21, 6:51

Styner & Northwood

6:53, 7:23, 7:53, 8:23, 8:53, 9:23, 9:53, 10:23, 10:53, 11:23, 11:53, 12:23, 12:53, 1:23, 1:53, 2:23, 2:53, 3:23, 3:53, 4:23, 4:53, 5:23, 5:53, 6:23, 6:53

Styner & Hawthorne

Styner & Main

6:54, 7:24, 7:54, 8:24, 8:54, 9:24, 9:54, 10:24, 10:54, 11:24, 11:54, 12:24, 12:54, 1:24, 1:54, 2:24, 2:54, 3:24, 3:54, 4:24, 4:54, 5:24, 5:54, 6:24, 6:54

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One of the loveliest ways to ease yourself fully out of the post-winter blahs and into springtime is to quit being a wallflower and instead surround yourself with living, blooming plants.

From botanical gardens to plant sales and garden tours, it’s time to make like the Scarecrow in “The Wizard of Oz” and while away the hours, conferring with flowers.

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The waterfall at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay. Photo by Tory Paxson, Courtesy of Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

TOTALLY BOTANICAL

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay is open for the season, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Maine Days are May 31 to June 2, when anyone with a Maine driver’s license or state ID gets in for free. Ditto for dads/father figures on Father’s Day (June 16). Advance registration is required. With more than 300 acres of gardens and natural spaces, including a waterfall, there will be plenty to see, smell and bask in the scenery.

Here are more things to do in Boothbay

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A tour group walks on the boardwalk at Viles Arboretum in Augusta. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

Viles Arboretum is a botanical garden in Augusta with 6 miles of trails and more than 20 botanical collections. It’s open daily from sunrise to sunset, and admission is free. There are 224 acres with all sorts of flora and fauna to discover. Leashed dogs are welcome, and the visitor center is open from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

Viles Arboretum offers medicinal plant walks, and although the May 18 session is full, you can still register for the June 15 and Sept. 14 events, lead by herbalist, homeopath and flower essence practitioner Debra Bluth. Tickets are $25. Advertisement

The Mount Desert Land & Garden Preserve has four areas to explore on its property in Northeast Harbor: the Asticou Azelea Garden (dawn to dusk daily), the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden (noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday from July 9 to Sept. 8, reservations required), Thuya Garden (dawn to dusk daily, June 15 to Oct. 14) and Little Long Pond Natural Lands (hiking trails and carriage roads open dawn to dusk daily). On June 26, at the Wildflowers of Little Long Pond event, participants can wander around the garden’s fields and forest, spotting wildflowers along the way while practicing how to identify them.

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Joyce Saltman, right, and Beth Anisbeck embrace a tree for 60 seconds during a tree hugging event sponsored by Portland Parks and Recreation, at Deering Oaks Park last year. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

TOURS AND MORE

2nd Annual Tree Hugging 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Deering Oaks Park, Portland. portlandmaine.gov The tree hugging is a family-friendly community gathering to celebrate Portland’s many trees. Park ranger Liz Collado will lead a sensory awakening and forest bathing session. Along with tree hugging, there will be a storytime, and you can touch a forestry truck and meet naturalist Noah Querido and Portland city arborist Mark Reiland. Just down the road, you’ll find Fessenden Park, on the corner of Brighton and Deering Avenues. The tulips have arrived, and it’s worth a visit to see them.

McLaughlin Garden Lilac Festival 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 24. McLaughlin Garden and Homestead, 97 Main St., South Paris, $5. mclaughlingardens.org You’ll find more than 125 varieties of lilacs at the McLaughlin Garden Lilac Festival. Explore on your own or take a guided tour led by a horticulturist. There will also be family-friendly activities, and you can shop for native and unusual plants.

4th annual Woodfords Community Garden Tour 1-4 p.m. June 8. Woodfords Corner Community in Back Cove, Deering Highlands, Oakdale and Deering Center, $20 suggested donation. woodfordscorner.org Presented by Friends of Woodfords Corner, this self-guided tour features at least 10 gardens. As you make your way down the list, you’ll find yourself pleasantly surprised by all of the hidden havens bursting with flowers, plants and impressive yardscaping elements.

Peony Society of Maine 23rd annual Garden Tour 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 8 and 15. Both tours start at 1348 Ohio St., Bangor, $5 donation. peonysocietyofmaine.net You’ll visit multiple gardens in Bangor, Winterport, Ripley and St. Albans, and your senses will be filled with countless peonies. A peony plant will be raffled off at the end of each tour. Advertisement

Hidden Gardens of Historic Bath 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 22. Sagadahoc Preservation Inc., 880 Washington St., Bath, $40. sagadahocpreservation.org The Hidden Gardens of Historic Bath house and garden tour features several homes in North Bath. Every stop on the tour will be a treat for your senses and may motivate you to make some of your own magic when you get back home.

Garden Conservancy Open Garden Days 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 29. Beckett Castle Rose Garden, Singles Road, Cape Elizabeth, $10. gardenconservancy.org You’ll see plenty of roses as well as ocean views at Beckett Castle, which sits right on the water, with views of five lighthouses. The castle was built in 1871, and its rose garden features more than 70 varieties of heirloom roses. A 50-foot stone tower doubles as the rose arbor entrance to the castle.

PICK A PLANT SALE

Tate House Museum’s Annual Plant and Herb Sale 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 18. Tate House Museum, 1267 Westbrook St., Portland, 207-774-6177.  tatehouse.org The wide selection includes perennials divided from the museum’s 18th century reproduction garden. Visitors can also make their own “seed bombs” and get a sneak peak at a new installation by artist Ashley Page from 10 a.m. to noon.

Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland Spring Plant S ale 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. May 18, Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, 217 Landing Road, Westbrook, 207-854-9771.  arlgp.org   Perennials, house plants and more will be on sale, and plants that don’t have specific pricing are “name your own fee.” Anyone interested in donating plants or pots to the sale should send a message to [email protected] .

Taking Root Plant Sale 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 1, Tom Settlemire Community Garden, Maurice Drive, Brunswick, 207-729-7694.  btlt.org This annual sale is organized by the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust. Proceeds benefit the Common Good Garden, which provides food and gardening education for the Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program. Master gardeners will be on hand to help shoppers choose their best options.

Scarborough Land Trust Native Plant Sale and Spring Festival 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 1, Broadturn Farm, 388 Broadturn Road, Scarborough, 207-289-1199.  scarboroughlandtrust.org Visitors will find native plants, food vendors, local artisans, guided nature walks and activities for kids. To preorder plants, visit the Scarborough Land Trust website.

Maine Audubon Society Native Plants Sale and Festival 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 8, Gilsland Farm Audubon Center, 20 Gilsland Farm Road, Falmouth, 207-781-2330.  maineaudubon.org More than 75 species of native wildflowers, shrubs and tree seedlings will be available, along with workshops, info tables and experts.

Staff writer Megan Gray contributed to this report.

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