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.
Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. It began with Jazz in New Orleans. Then the Blues took it up along the plantations of the Mississippi. Come learn how these two distinct musical style co-mingled, moved north to the Cities after the Civil War and later combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your MoJo on.
Maybe you could’ve guessed this from the name, but chances are you’ve never really seen the famous falls of the Big Sioux River near downtown Sioux Falls. History shows that these cascades of water gushing over massive slabs of Pink Quartz were a popular rendezvous site centuries ago for bison-hunting Lakota and Dakota tribes, French fur trappers, and early land speculators.
Today, experience the magic of the Mighty Mississippi River with the rich history and scenic views in a way you will always remember aboard the Celebration Belle. Become Tom Sawyer or Huck Finn for the day!
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.
Find out why Omaha billionaire Warren Buffett chooses to live, work, and play in Omaha. Explore his stomping grounds and make memories worth a million bucks (maybe even a billion). Then look you look for inspiration at two other sites: at Father Flanagan’s Boys Town to learn of one man’s love for children, and at the Museum of the Strategic Air Command you learn about aviation and Cold War History.
Explore the simple life on a laid-back tour filled with great food, shopping, crafts and humor. This tour includes two different evening shows, one at the Ohio Star Theater one at the Blue Gate Theater. Both are insightful into Amish culture and life.
This great Faith Based Tour begins in Branson with a performance of Sight & Sound Theater’s action packed musical “JESUS.” Then you witness the story of a kind and gentle man who settled in these remote Ozarks in the late 1800s at the Shepherd of The Hills Outdoor Drama. Before spending a day in Eureka Springs to see the Great Passion Play.
This Theatrical Extravaganza is a fast paced four day tour with your choice of seven great Branson Shows (as available). It’s more Toe-Tappin, Hand-Slappin, Laugh-filled entertainment than you get anywhere else.
Untold thousands of veterans come to Branson every November for Veteran’s Homecoming Week. It is America’s largest Veterans Day celebration and is a special time set aside to honor Veterans, active duty personnel and their families. It a week filled with great music, civic pride and a sense of honor.