Let us guide your group to NW Minnesota and the birthplace of the mighty Mississippi River. Stand next to a large pine log carved with yellow letters that marks the beginning of the great river’s 2,552-mile route across America, from Minnesota’s north woods to the Gulf of Mexico. This itinerary will take you from the Headwaters, past the confluence with the Missouri and into St Louis and the Gateway Arch.
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.
Route 66, “The Mother Road” — holds a special place in American consciousness. It evokes images of simpler times, mom and pop businesses, the mobilization of a nation and the influence of the automobile. Come experience the journey’s of earlier generations.
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.
This tour is a Gateway to St. Louis Music Legends past and present. At the National Blues Museum, explore the blues and celebrates the genre as the foundation of all modern American music. Visit the Soulard Neighborhood, the city’s oldest neighborhood and also a center for St. Louis-style Blues music. Plus, enjoy live jazz and blues in the evenings.
Hannibal is one of Missouri’s best tourism destinations. As the boyhood home of Mark Twain, Hannibal is famously known as the setting for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. But there’s also trains and ghost tours and caves and so much more.
This Autumn Branson Tour is a wonderful addition to your tour program. It includes several opportunities to get outside in nature and enjoy the Fall Colors. You will have a golf cart tour, train ride and cruise. Plus, we feature a couple of shows including the Oak Ridge Boys.
This great Faith Based Tour begins in Branson with a performance of Sight & Sound Theater’s new action packed musical “QUEEN ESTHER.” 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.