Tours of the Week
We hope you find this selection of Tours as exciting as we do!
U.S. Tours offers more than 150 great American Itineraries that you can search by "STATE" or "THEME" above.
Starts with a narrated train ride through the New River Gorge to the Greenbrier for lunch and a tour of The Bunker. Then features a full day of historical sightseeing into the remote Southern Coalfields, you’ll learn the history of the Hatfield & McCoy Feud, plus the origination of the word Redneck (hint: it’s buried in the itinerary on our website).more info
This itinerary can be customized to add more excitement, but we present it - as is - for groups looking for a more relaxed visit to Elkins. It’s a trip where you move at a slower pace with less stress on your pocket book. However, we will add any other attractions and meals you wish.more info
This is the most excitement you can have in three days! Climb deep into our un-inhabited mountains on two Wild and Wonderful Train Rides, then come back to earth (or Elkins rather) and enjoy two music shows that rival anything in Branson or Pigeon Forge. This is as good as it gets!more info
West Virginia is a beautiful, rugged land rich in story and song. Here the rivers run white against hills of evergreen. Our heritage is preserved beside our rivers and railroads. Come, hear the music in the mountains and look upon the beauty of our hills.more info
Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. You learn the basics with Dixieland Jazz in New Orleans then hear the influence of Creole and Cajun Music in the Louisiana Bayous before embarking on the Mississippi Blue Trail. Armed with that rudimentary knowledge of Jazz you learn of slave music on the plantations, and hear how it co-mingled with Jazz, then moved north into the Cities of America after our slaves were freed. While Jazz and Blues were two distinct music forms - they also combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your Mojo on.more info
This is just Fun. It’s old-fashioned Redneck or Hillbilly Humor, You enjoy two live, foot-stompin musicals at two different and fun Dinner Shows. First, you enjoy the Hazard County Hoedown with all the great characters in the popular TV Show Dukes of Hazard. That’s followed by the Hatfield & McCoy’s Dinner Feud – a tongue-in-cheek look at that famous historical event – it’s sure to leave a smile on your face.more info
Discover the unique landscapes and flavors of the northern States: New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Stroll through quaint New England villages and farms, enjoy coastal cruising and clambakes, hike gentle mountain trails and sample traditional New England fare served at unique and historic restaurants. This immersive trip into the culture of the region is a journey on which you experience what you see.more info
History & Adventure. Two full days of local sightseeing. One day features a tour into the New River Gorge including a ride on the New River Jetboats. The other is a look at Coal Camps from the turn-of-the-century. A bygone era where men toiled and families lived while indentured to the company.more info
A relaxed economical Hawaii Itinerary where your travelers enjoy fine hotels, and great sightseeing on two islands Oahu & Hawaii. Featuring the cosmoplitan charm and historical significance of Honolulu combined with the Big Island of Hawaii's Black Sand Beaches and Live Volcanoes.more info
Spend the day enjoying the Smoky Mountain Crafting Community. You will see where the local artists live and work while enjoying their handiwork. This tour also a tour of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and two evening shows, Hatfields & McCoys and the Smith Family Dinner Theater.more info