Come enjoy history from the Old Testament in two of America’s newest museums. The Creation Museum offers a stunning interpretation of Adam and Eve’s Garden of Eden, and much more. Then at the Ark Encounter you are seemingly transported backward in time to meet Noah and his family, to gain an understanding of what life was like prior to the flood, and how they might have lived onboard for those 40 days. What was life like? from cooking food to sleeping, recreation, and even gardening.
This tour explores both the Old Testament and the Old Order Amish. It includes two great evenings of entertainment and two great days of sightseeing. Enjoy B & B Riverboat’s Nostalgic Dinner Cruise and a night of cultural comedy at the Ohio Star Theater. Plus, a daytime visit to the Ark Encounter and a tour of Ohio’s Amish Country.
At the Creation Museum, the pages of the Bible come to life with animatronic characters, a tranquil garden of Eden and more. You also explore the Museum’s Christmas Town and the wonder surrounding the Savior’s birth with a live nativity, spectacular lights displays, and more. Then at the Ark Encounter, you are transported back in time to meet Noah and his family and gain an understanding of what life was like prior to the flood. The Ark’s Christmastime event features an evening of festive lights, ice skating, gift shopping, and more.
Come, experience Christmas in Louisville with two luxurious nights at the Brown Hotel. This trip is filled with Christmas Cheer with visits to both the Frazier Museum and the Louisville Slugger Museum, and their special Holiday exhibits. Plus, to make your holiday memorable, we’ll let you join in all the reindeer games at the Derby Museum. Ho Ho Ho, you gotta Go.
There are few equals when in it comes to Holiday Displays, musicals and traditions than the Country Christmas Package offered by the Gaylord Opryland and Christmas in Louisville with two luxurious nights at the Brown Hotel. Contact one of our sales reps and let us help you create the Best Christmas Tour ever!
2019 has space for two more groups. The Kentucky Derby is America’s most extravagant springtime sports party, and one of her most celebrated events. While there is a horse race at the heart of this spectacle, there are many other intriguing aspects within this Louisville tradition. It is a festival and fashion show, it’s about Bourbon and Horses, Mint Juleps and Riverboats, and it’s about time you see it. It’s the chance of a lifetime / In a lifetime of chance /And it’s high time you joined in the dance.
America’s largest Group Tour Halloween Party is in Louisville at the end of October 2019! It features The Phantom’s Masquerade, a costumed dinner gala and the original movie “Phantom of the Opera,” The Jack O-Lantern Spectacular & the Crypt Kicker Five, and the finale is a night with the Headless Horseman at Churchill Downs. This is the most interesting and entertaining Halloween Tour ever sold to groups. It’s a Graveyard Smash that should sell-out in a flash.
The heart and soul of American Music beats in the history of Nashville, Memphis and the Kentucky countryside These are the places where the inspiration for our uniquely American Music styles were born and where they grew to maturity. You’ll hear Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Rock n’ Roll and Soul. Why, you’ll even have the chance to write and perform a song of your own.
While it is difficult to describe the combo, we compare it to a ‘Tale of Two Ships. ’ “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times (or cruises).” And it is a full day of fun on The Belle Of Louisville’s Autumn Cruise Special. Followed by a visit to the recreation of Noah’s Ark, a monument to an Apocalyptic moment from the Old Testament. We take solace only in the thought that Dickens could not have compared these two ships either.
Derby Training Camp is a tour where you learn about Kentucky Derby traditions and history. It’s a full day at Churchill Downs attending one of the Spring or Fall Races. It’s like Derby Prep School: you learn how to Place Bets and make Mint Juleps, everything you need to know before you come back for the real Derby . . . and both the crowds and prices are much more manageable.