Did you know, only a few Tribal Nations were indigenous to Oklahoma. All others were removed from their ancestral homelands and relocated here – it was called Indian Territory. The state’s name comes from two Choctaw words “Okla” and “Homma” meaning Red People.
Four of our first five Presidents were Virginians. Two fought in the Revolution, one wrote the Declaration and one wrote the Constitution. Come see their homes, discover the legacies. From Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty” speech and to the final battle at Yorktown, you’ll hear how it all happened.
Beginning with the Pomp & Circumstance of a Military Tattoo followed by a Rock & Roll Dance Band with Mermaids swaying to the music. Your group will learn of warbirds, battleships and great American’s who served “in the air, on land, and sea.”
See a performance of Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts. This interactive comedy whodunit combines up-to-the-minute improvisational humor and a mixture of audience sleuthing to deliver a unique performance each night. Also included with your visit to Washington DC is an afternoon at the Smithsonian Museums, Evening Monuments Tour and Guided Sightseeing.
An exciting new event by U S Tours, we first feature the music of Chuck Berry, the “Father of Rock and Roll,” whose combination of rhythm and blues made rock and roll distinctive. Then the “Queen of Rock and Roll,’ the incomparable Tina Turner. One of the greatest singers of all time she is noted for her “swagger, sensuality, gravelly vocals and unstoppable energy.” So, fill your bus, join us an Rock-on in St Louis.
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.
Here’s a great new trip filled with laughter and history. Discover Lucille Ball’s hometown and the National Comedy Center. Spend a night on Lake Chautauqua and learn about Teddy Roosevelt’s Swearing in ceremony in Buffalo.
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.