The Hudson Valley is a National Heritage Area known for its scenic beauty and fascinating history. Enjoy a scenic, narrated cruise and a tour of an artist’s lavish home. Learn about the area’s history with visits to Franklin Roosevelt’s Home and Presidential Library and a tour of West Point.
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.
While you can’t change History you can indeed change the way you learn it. In today’s world of Boomer Tours a smaller focus is often better. In the past we would spend two full days totally immersed in the history of the Battle. Today, we have added Theater, Railroad and Riverboat Tours. We’ve not changed History but we do have a history trip with wider appeal – and better service – than we sold last year. Come to Gettysburg Again. Let us show you a better time.
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.