Pioneer Woman & Magnolia Market
Hometowns of Joanna Gaines & Ree Drummond
5 Days | Spring | Summer | Fall
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
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.
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- Luxury or First Class Hotels & Meals
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Day 1 – Claremore, OK
Today, you travel to Claremore where you will be staying the next two nights at a local hotel. Dinner is on your own this evening.
Day 2 – Full Day in Pawhuska, Home of the Pioneer Woman
Join your local guide and roam the Osage Hills around Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Enjoy the tallgrass prairie and much more! Your guide will retell history of the 1920’s oil boom, when the Osage Nation were the richest people in America. Hear stories of riches, historical buildings, famous cowboys, and learn of the Native Osage Culture. Discover why this little town has such big history! Background reading would be the best selling book “Killers of The Flower Moon,” soon to be a Leonardo DiCaprio movie.
You will also visit the historical museum and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in town. The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is known for its 22 stained glass windows.
Lunch is on your own today. You may want to sit down for a meal at Bad Brad’s Bar-B-Q joint or Grille 125 and enjoy Pawhuska’s combination—and celebration—of past, present, and future. You could also enjoy lunch at the Mercantile Deli.
This afternoon you visit the Pioneer Woman Mercantile, owned by Food Network TV show host Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman, this shop is a must-see destination. The Pioneer Woman Mercantile began in 1910 as Osage Mercantile and was a place for trading goods and browsing. Ree and family wanted to honor The Merc’s legacy by creating a shopping experience that hints to an earlier time in small town America. It takes time to see it all, so stop in and stay awhile!
Come explore the glorious cabinets, browse the abundant shelves, and peek in all the drawers! Shopping at The Merc is a treasure hunt, with surprises everywhere you turn. There is also a Deli and a Bakery where you can enjoy comfort food classics in the deli, to hand-crafted bakery items, the offerings are endlessly delicious.
Before leaving, enjoy dinner that consists of a 4-course meal, appetizers, salads, entrees, dessert and beverage – all made in The Mercantile and served family style. Return to your Tulsa hotel after dinner.
Day 3 – Southfork Ranch – Waco, TX – After breakfast this morning, you depart Oklahoma for Texas. Your first stop is Dallas. Here you tour and enjoy lunch at the Southfork Ranch. Tour the famous Southfork Ranch, known worldwide as America’s most famous Ranch. Before the tour, enjoy a great Texas lunch at the Ranch.
The afternoon features travel to Waco, TX for the night. Tonight you enjoy an elegant and unique dining experience at 1424 Bistro.
Day 4 – Magnolia Market & the Silos – Start the day with a visit to the Harp Design Co. featured on HGTV’s Fixer Upper. Clint & Kelly Harp founded this company that is gaining fame for making handmade furniture with recycled and reclaimed wood. Many of their pieces are a patchwork of pine, oak, mahogany, walnut, poplar and other reclaimed woods rescued from old buildings, fallen trees and scrap piles.
Then you have time to enjoy Magnolia Market and the Silos, by Chip & Joanna Gaines, hosts of HGTV’s Fixer Upper. You will have time for shopping in the Market, games on the lawn, and touring the garden. Before departing, be sure to have lunch on your own at the ‘Siloteria’ – a collection of food trucks with a wide variety of menu selections.
Dinner will be included this evening at a local restaurant.
Day 5 – Depart for Home – This morning after breakfast depart for home.