Here it comes, a total eclipse of great fun. Join us in April 2024 for Grapevine’s Solar Watch Party. It’s a celestial event, a four hour street party with Live Music Great Food. All framed with Dallas & Grapevine sightseeing.
Our Southern Road Trip visits the HGTV communities they made famous with shows that help you transform your home with pictures and inspiration for interior design, home décor, landscaping, remodeling and entertaining. You will see the places shown on tv and have a chance to shop for home décor that you have also seen.
Whether you stay at luxurious The Gaylord Texan or another local hotel the Holiday Events and activities in Grapevine make it a wonderful time of the year for a group tour. Call now and talk with one of our sales reps.
In Texas and Oklahoma during the second half of the 20th Century it was a time of cattle & conflict. Cowboys clashed with the Native Tribes as ranching changed the landscape and the buffalo disappeared. Come learn of the characters who defined this era.
Your group will love this Texas Swing. It begins with a great new hotel (there’s a bottle of wine in every room) two winery tours, an education class, dinner theater, an evening of music at Billy Bobs, a train ride, cattle drive . . . and a visit to Chip & Joanna Gaines Magnolia Market.
A warm weather getaway in Jan & Feb is an easy sell. Escape the snow and cold in San Antonio and South Padre Island, teach your group how to make Enchiladas and Margaritas, learn about Sea Turtles, migratory birds and dolphins. This is a great addition to any tour program.
The Best of Texas TV Shows. This tour begins with The South Fork Ranch, home the famed Ewing Family from the TV Show “Dallas.” Then it visits Waco, The Magnolia market and the Silos with a once-around-town tour looking at sites where Chip and Joanna filmed episodes of “The Fixer Upper.”
Fans of the Food Network and HGTV will love this tour. It’s your chance to tour the hometowns and film site locations of two very popular TV Shows. As carefree as a tumbleweed on the prairie you’ve got a chance to shop and explore sites you’ve seen on television.
One of America’s oldest cities, San Antonio offers a glimpse of early Spanish colonial life in the Southwest. San Antonio was colonized by the Spanish empire in the early 1700s. And today, many of its architectural and cultural elements remain. Rich layers of this and other cultures give the city its distinction – nowhere does the term “”Tex-Mex”” take on more meaning.
San Antonio is a unique American Cities preserving a culture that is centuries old, celebrating the holidays in a traditional style with little influence from the rest of the world. This is a city that was built before Texas was Texas and we have packaged it with Dinners and Events that are uniquely theirs.