See a performance of Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts. This interactive comedy whodunit combines up-to-the-minute improvisational humor and a mixture of audience sleuthing to deliver a unique performance each night. Also included with your visit to Washington DC is an afternoon at the Smithsonian Museums, Evening Monuments Tour and Guided Sightseeing.
This is one action-packed tour! Historical characters staff Fort Ticonderoga. There are two boat cruses and a train ride, plus horse racing and history. It’s a great group getaway – plan yours now!
Come enjoy the homes and stories of America’s earliest Presidents, tour the sites, discover the history. Virginia is filled with American History and we’ve got a package that will seemingly take you back in time and share the legacies of America’s early Patriots.
In Western Louisiana, “No Man’s Land” was the neutral strip between the United States and Spanish territories following the Louisiana Purchase. The region had no King or Country, it was home to outlaws, bandits, pirates and pioneers. The settlers were larger than life, and so are the stories!
Oklahoma is considered the “Land of Many Nations,” home to over 60 tribal nations. On this trip, discover the rich history and cultures of these diverse Native American people. Plus, enjoy live country music at the restaurants of Country Music Legends.
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
Visit Historic Long Island Sites from “America’s First Spy Ring.” A group of local patriots known as the Culper Spy Ring, provided General George Washington with information that helped win the American Revolution. The AMC Series TURN (2014-2017) was based on these events from the late 1700s.
This tour provides your group with three uniquely different dinners. First, a French Wine Dinner, then an 1879 Frontier Dinner at Gen. Crook’s House in Fort Omaha and finally an Oktoberfest Dinner with music and dancing. All of these capping off a day filled with great fun and revelry.
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.
This is a culture & heritage tour of Southern West Virginia and the Coalfields. You will learn about life in both 19th and 20th Centuries, you hear stories of the Hatfield & McCoy Feud, learn how the word ‘redneck’ came into being, and you’ll enjoy some wonderful bluegrass & mountain music.