This is a sophisticated little tour with rooms at the Gaylord National Hotel, a passport to International Embassies and Millionaire Homes. Come and look behind the walls and open the doors on Washington’s rich and famous. For many of the Embassies, this is a once-a-year event. It is the only time they are available for public touring and they open their doors to entertain with live musical & dance performances, Fashion shows, food and drink.
Come learn about the McCoy Feud from the Kentucky side of the line, listen to a storyteller on the Country Music Highway, discover the roots of Bluegrass, enjoy dinner from a Moonlit balcony one night and learn about the Moonshine process while eating a stolen pig dinner the next.
“Chasing the Gray Coats” is a historical journey based on Gen. Sherman’s, Civil War Era, March to the Sea. It features some fact, some fiction, some great dining and a few good times. Gather your troops and explore Chattanooga, Atlanta and Savannah. Learn a little about the Civil War, a lot about three cities and enjoy dining at the most famous Southern Restaurants in America.
Chasing Lewis & Clark is a historical odyssey with a full-time Historian onboard. You follow the Missouri River from it’s mouth to it’s headwaters, then cross the Rockies into the Snake River Valley and travel though it to the Columbia River and it’s end on the coast. This tour offers a number of hotels with river views, unique dining experiences, historical information on native peoples and conversation on the difference in the flora and fauna along your route.
Listen as American Patriots rail against the tyranny of King George. Come see the places where they argued loudest for Freedom. Walk in their footsteps, hear their words, dine in their taverns – It’s a frolicking great adventure in American History. In these seven days your group tour will touch on a myriad of historical topics, from Colonial unrest at the Boston Tea Party Ship in 1773, to the final conflict at Yorktown in 1781. You will have heard the words of Patriots and shared a mug of ale, and perhaps you will gain a new appreciation of the hardships endured in our pursuit of liberty.
This tour is an abbreviated version of “Chasing the Redcoats” Come, Listen as American Patriots rail against the tyranny of King George in Boston. Then Come, see the places where they argued loudest for Freedom in Philadelphia. Walk in their footsteps, hear their words, dine in their taverns – It’s a frolicking great adventure in American History. In these five days your group tour will touch on a myriad of historical topics, beginning with Colonial unrest at the Boston Tea Party Ship in 1773, to the “Creation of a Democracy” in Philadelphia.
We offer two departures of this new tour, first in August when Sunflowers, Goldenrod and Blue Sage spread over the vast prairies, then in April when Johnny-Jump-ups, Prairie Iris and Spring Beauties burst forth and blossom toward summer. This package digs into the History & Heritage of Oklahoma, her early Natives, her cowboys and musicians. It capitalizes on interest in “The Pioneer Woman” cooking show and the movie “Killers of the Flower Moon” which will help you fill a bus.
With American History and small-town charm blended flawlessly together, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is a wonderful tour destination. It is both the site of the Civil War’s most famous battle and Abraham Lincoln’s most famous speech. Come discover a significant American community.
Cheyenne. The very name conjures up images of cowboys, rodeos and trains. This tour is all of that and more as you ride through a buffalo herd, see wild horses, discover the Oregon Trail and the prison that held Butch Cassidy
This short tour in Western Nebraska features the home of famed showman and scout William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody. It recaptures his life and career as a Pony Express rider, Army scout and buffalo hunter-turned-showman. You’ll also visit the Golden Spike Tower where the east and west at the opening of the first Transcontinental Railroad.