In this formerly Wild Wild Western town you will witness 200 years of history come back to life through stories and reenactments of outlaws, lawmen, soldiers, Native Americans and historical figures that played an important role in America’s History. You will tour Miss Laura’s Visitors Center – a former Old West bordello – and trace the footsteps of Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves and the vile outlaws he brought to justice at the Fort Smith National Historic Site.
Behind every Revolutionary Hero there was a woman. Enjoy this powerful tour that explores the role of Women in the 18th Century and learn about the difference between Women’s Rights then and today.
Follow the footsteps of Lewis & Clark, Teddy Roosevelt and Louis L’Amour to a place where native Americans chased the buffalo. Remote and rocky, from Fargo to Medora this land is wide open and filled with stories, come, see, hear and learn.
From Atlanta’s MLK, Jr National Historic District to The Legacy Museum in Montgomery this tour shines a light on the Civil Rights Movement. You will walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, stop at the National Voting Rights Museum and in Birmingham visit the 16th Street Baptist Church. Come tour the Old South where changes were difficult but were accomplished.
Come enjoy a couple of days in Boston. This is where it started, where “The shot heard round the world” was fired. Listen to the stories of Paul Revere, the Minutemen and the Boston Tea Party as you search amongst the skyscrapers of a very modern city.
May in Oklahoma is a time when the taller plants such as spiderworts and black-eyed Susans creep over the tinier blooms stealing their light and water, it’s known by the Osage as the flower-killing moon . . . a time when coyotes howl because the moon is larger . . . Come explore the Heritage of Oklahoma’s early Natives and Cowboys. This package capitalizes on interest in “The Pioneer Woman” cooking show and a new movie based on the novel “Killers of the Flower Moon” . . . and it coincides with a total lunar eclipse.
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.