This is a Grand Getaway for the Artist & Horticulturalist, the Epicurean and Connoisseur. You are surrounded by the daytime beauty of Grand Rapids, accompanied by a couple of tasteful evenings. Plan now and let us help you schedule a great tour.
This tour provides your group with three uniquely different dinners. First, a French Wine Dinner, then an 1879 Frontier Dinner at Gen. Crook’s House in Fort Omaha and finally an Oktoberfest Dinner with music and dancing. All of these capping off a day filled with great fun and revelry.
Explore the Black Hills, Yellowstone, and the Wild West on this newly revised tour. Start in Cody with Cowboys and the Rodeo. Then venture into Yellowstone National Park for scenic views and wildlife. Next, head to Deadwood for a unique perspective on the Wild West. Enjoy the Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore, a jeep tour through a Buffalo Herd, and the Crazy Horse Memorial. This tour also includes the new Oglala Lakota Living History Village located just outside Badlands National Park.
The Upper Peninsula contains 29% of the land area of Michigan but just 3% of its total population. Residents call themselves Yoopers (derived from “UP-ers”). This land is rich in culture, diversity and wilderness.
The Orpheum Theater is a theater located in Omaha, Nebraska. The theater hosts programs best served by a more theatrical setting, including the Omaha Performing Arts Broadway Season. Come discover the city and enjoy a
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.
The Old West Balloon Fest is a premier Hot Air Ballooning Event with over 80 colorful hot air balloons filling the sky with a morning mass ascension and evening glow. Come enjoy the festival, learn about the Oregon Trail, Native American’s and the American Buffalo.
Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake located entirely inside the US. All others share a border with Canada. Join us as we ferry across the Lake on the SS Badger, follow the Michigan Coast north, turn west and cross the Upper Peninsula, before returning South along the Wisconsin shore. You discover incredible scenic beauty, the heritage of Native Americans, and so much more.
Lake Huron was the first of the Great Lakes to be discovered by European explorers and it should be the next one discovered by you. This is a spectacular and scenic journey that includes the Thunder Bay’s Elk Carriage Ride, Two nights on Mackinaw Island, a journey across the Might Mac Bridge, eastward along the north shore visiting the town of Little Current and remote Manitoulin Island where you learn the ways of the Ojibway.
This is an Eclectic Heritage Tour and there aren’t many of those! It combines a few unique attractions with Wisconsin Heritage sites and creates a light-hearted, fun-filled adventure. One morning begins with the discovery of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed architecture , another features breakfast in a building with goats on the roof. You enjoy an evening at the famous Fireside Dinner Theater, a visit to the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, a Door County Fish Boil and Smoke Dancers in Green Bay.