So that's what I'm trying to work out. My wife and I are from the UK and are keen to get a new experience after we visit Niagara Falls. We'll have been driving up the Pacific Coast beforehand, after which we'll be flying into Toronto and having a night at the Falls. We've got to be back in Toronto 2 days later, but until we're due back, we're trying to plan what to do in this last leg of our road trip.
We've looked at where it's feasible to visit in this time and we're not sure where to visit. People have suggested things like the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan, and whilst that looks good, we'd like to get something else out of the trip - i.e. not just a Museum, especially if it's a long way to get to and the route there and back doesn't offer much. It looks like if we go west into Michigan, most of what we'd like to see will be in the northwest of the state and we just won't have enough time. Pennsylvania would be good, but again - where do we go? The Ponoco mountains look good but I think they're too far away. New York State - haven't a clue what's in upstate New York that would be good. New England - great, but again, don't think we'll have enough time.
Above all, we don't want an anti-climax after the Northwest... we've got commitments in Toronto which is why we've got to get back there, but we really want to use the time between leaving Niagara and returning to Toronto as effectively as we can. There've got to be obvious suggestions but, not knowing the region, I need other people's input! Would be really interested to hear anyone's ideas on all this. Thanks!