Just outside Louisville, Oldham County is a wonderful getaway for you group. Sample craft bourbons, visit a working horse farm and discover that boutiques and crafts shops line both sides of the street and a train runs right down the middle. This is a great weekend outing for any tour group – ask us about adding a Bison Dinner.
Topeka, KS offers a variety of extraordinary options for your group tour. From American History to specialized craft tours that will surprise and delight your group. Visit the NOTO Arts District for great shops and artist galleries and unique foods. This can be a wonderful getaway filled with Midwest charm.
Just 20 miles north of Atlanta, you can step back in time with the sights and sounds of Atlanta during the Civil War and Reconstruction. The story is available at the Gone With The Wind Museum and is told through the eyes of Scarlett O’Hara and her beau Rhett.
Re-Discover America. Come immerse yourself in history beginning with a visit to the Jamestown Settlement, the first permanent English Settlement in the New World. Then Colonial Williamsburg, a living history museum at the Colonial Capitol of Virginia and finally a visit to the site of the Revolutionary War’s last battle at the Yorktown Battlefield.
Craving a little more creativity in your life? Ready to escape the ordinary and explore your inner artist? Or perhaps you’d just like a quick refresher course in the art of enjoyment. An Artistic Weekend Escape in Ridgeland is the beautifully simple, simply beautiful solution.
Come explore the northern suburbs of Nashville on a Boots & Roots tours. These were bedroom communities for country music stars. There are historical sites dating to 1779, culinary and artistic opportunities, and Live entertainment in small town theaters.
Discover Louisiana’s North Shore, east of New Orleans at the mouth of Lake Pontchartrain . You’ll learn of the Lake, the Swamps, Gators and more. There’s a diverse culinary that we can add and we can Hub-n-Spoke into both New Orleans and Biloxi.
Ottawa, IL was the the site of the Lincoln Douglas Debate, home of Starved Rock State Park. A small town with wonderful history, beautiful murals, and great natural beauty.
A great getaway, Oklahoma City is truly the Modern Frontier. From it’s Cowtown Heritage it has grown into an exciting city. Ride the Water Taxi through the Bricktown Entertainment District, see a beautiful exhibit of Chihuly Sculptures at the Art Museum, learn about the Oklahoma City Bombing and explore the wild west at the National Cowboy Museum.
Come learn about Amish traditions and culture. You’ll love the show at the Ohio Star Theater, relish a family-style dinner, and discover shops filled with treasures from Amish Artisans. It’s a comfort-tour getaway to the farmlands of Ohio.