Tours of the Week
We hope you find this selection of Tours as exciting as we do!
U.S. Tours offers more than 200 great American Itineraries that you can search by "STATE" or "THEME" above.
In 2017, the Tulip Time Festival is celebrating its 88th year! Holland has a rich history and heritage to share with its visitors. The Festival began in 1929 to celebrate Dutch heritage in the community. Today the fun continues with parades, Dutch dancers, national and regional entertainment, dinner shows, a Dutch market, fireworks and the stars of the show, millions of tulips throughout Holland.more info
The Kentucky Derby is America's most extravagant springtime sports party, and one of her most celebrated events. While there is a horse race at the heart of this spectacle, there are many other intriguing aspects within this Louisville tradition. It is a festival and fashion show, it’s a Parade and a Race, it’s Mint Juleps and Riverboats; it’s about Horses and it’s about time you see it.more info
This 2016 Penn Dutch tour features Sight & Sound Theater's newest show, "Samson," the strongest man who ever lived. Plus an Amish Country Sightseeing and a Family Style meal. Our next day is also filled with River & Rail Excitement as you ride a new steam train and then cruise the scenic Susquehanna River.more info
The Best of the Poconos is waiting for you. The Pocono Mountains are famous for scenic beauty, tranquil lakes and quaint, historical towns. This trip includes lodging at the Chateau Resort, Bushkill Falls and outlet shopping. This trip is beautiful anytime of the year.more info
It was the most important event in the History of Country Music. In 1927 in the mountains of Virginia, a talent scout for the Victor Talking Machine Co spent 8 days making the first ever musical recordings. Known as the ‘Bristol Sessions’ that event has also been called "The Big Bang of Country Music,” bring your group and see Country's origin at the hallowed Carter Family Fold, and its glory at the Grand Ole Opry.more info
You would be challenged to find any other American City that has grown from the adversity that Biloxi has seen. They now Hunt Hurricanes from here, they create art from disasters, and it was here that The Confederacy came to retire. Come, explore their spirit and witness their moxie, sail into the Gulf and listen to the music. We offer a Zydeco Shrimp Boil on the Pier, and dinner on the Confederate Presidential Mansion's Porch w/Southern Parlor Music.more info