On a scenic bend in the Ohio you will the Bluegrass Capital of the World. Owensboro, KY is home to the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the world’s only facility dedicated to the history and preservation of Bluegrass Music that originated here in Western Kentucky with the legendary artist Bill Monroe .
Bethlehem’s Christkindlmarkt returns for its 30th year in 2022. Explore traditional artisans and vendors, Christmas music, delicious food, St. Nicholas, and the return of popular German ornament manufacturer Käthe Wohlfahrt. This tour also includes a day in Lancaster with a matinee of the “Miracle of Christmas” at Sight & Sound plus shopping, dinner and gingerbread decorating.
This tour spends all of it’s time near the Ark, it does not have Cincinnati Attractions, rather it is focused solely on these two major attractions, with lodging near the Ark and an evening of entertainment at the the Barnwood Bravo Theater of Kelli’s Homestead Restaurant.
Come explore Eastern Kentucky from the Bluegrass region known for thoroughbred horse farms to the hills Appalachia known for remote Coal Camps. This tour includes music, train rides, fine food and a fair bit of history.
The Boston Tea Party occurred on Dec 16, 1773. Next year, 2023 is the 250th Anniversary. Come see where it started, visit the Battle Green in Lexington where in 1775 they fired “The shot heard round the world.” Listen to the stories of Paul Revere and the Minutemen as you search for history amongst the skyscrapers.
From Philadelphia to Boston this tour examines the influence to our history of famous women in our past. It will have you talking about their sacrifice and service, while discussing the issues affecting women today.
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.
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.
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.
A Revolutionary City that maintains her past with integrity and style. Come learn of America’s fight for Independence, dine in a restaurant that heard the arguments of our founding fathers, and explore our culture and heritage.