In the 1800s, German immigrants settled in a Cincinnati neighborhood they called Over-the-Rhine. On your tour you will visit this area, shop at Findlay Market, visit a craft brewery, and enjoy a culinary class.
Chicago, the city that arguably defined the Jazz Age, Prohibition, gangster wars, flappers and boom times, thrived and survived the ’20s. And like the rest of America, it started the decade like a giddy adolescent, grew up in 1929 when gang wars built to a bloody crescendo and the stock market crashed.
One Hundred Years ago Detroit was a boomtown, come visit the City, learn of the era when the automobile industry exploded, when Alcohol was Prohibited and when the migration of African American musicians into the City created wonderful new sounds.
Celebrate the American Spirit with Branson’s annual Fourth of July Celebration – Liberty Light Up. See dazzling fireworks and an evening concert. This patriotic trip includes visits to the Veterans Memorial Museum and Patriots Park at the College of the Ozarks.
The greatest baseball trip ever. Chasing the memories of two movies. First base is “A League of Their Own” about the All American Girls Baseball League. Second base is a visit to the “Field of Dreams.” Then you round Third into Chicago for a Cubs Game at Wrigley Field.
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.
This short tour in Western Nebraska features the home of famed showman and scout William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody. It recaptures his life and career as a Pony Express rider, Army scout and buffalo hunter-turned-showman. You’ll also visit the Golden Spike Tower where the east and west at the opening of the first Transcontinental Railroad.
Come spend a day like Mark Twain, leisurely cruising the Mississippi with 100 miles of scenic shoreline and peaceful towns passing quietly behind your great paddlewheel. Then explore the town of Hannibal, home to Tom Sawyer & Becky Thatcher and their friend Huck. With your imagination you can travel to places in time, best described in literature.
Learn about John Dillinger’s favorite hangouts—and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s, too. Catch a show-stopping theater performance and grab a bite at the Midtown lobal Market, Cruise the Mississippi, and visit the One-of-a-Kind Mall of America.
This tour is a Gateway to St. Louis Music Legends past and present. The Missouri History Museum’s “St. Louis Sound” is a must-see exhibit into the city’s vibrant musical history with featured performers including Tina Turner, Chuck Berry, and Miles Davis. Plus, enjoy live jazz and blues in the evenings.