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.
Listen as American Patriots rail against the tyranny of King George. Come see the places where they argued loudest for Freedom. Walk in their footsteps, hear their words, dine in their taverns – It’s a frolicking great adventure in American History. In these seven days your group tour will touch on a myriad of historical topics, from Colonial unrest at the Boston Tea Party Ship in 1773, to the final conflict at Yorktown in 1781. You will have heard the words of Patriots and shared a mug of ale, and perhaps you will gain a new appreciation of the hardships endured in our pursuit of liberty.
This tour is an abbreviated version of “Chasing the Redcoats” Come, Listen as American Patriots rail against the tyranny of King George in Boston. Then Come, see the places where they argued loudest for Freedom in Philadelphia. Walk in their footsteps, hear their words, dine in their taverns – It’s a frolicking great adventure in American History. In these five days your group tour will touch on a myriad of historical topics, beginning with Colonial unrest at the Boston Tea Party Ship in 1773, to the “Creation of a Democracy” in Philadelphia.
The Homes of Three Presidents, a Country Music Concert and July 4th Fireworks. Combine it all with a Luxury Hotel and you have a great getaway into the Shenandoah Valley. Come witness the Naturalization of New American Citizens at Jefferson’s home, hear the words of Woodrow Wilson, and discover the home of James & Dolly Madison.
It’s a walk down cobblestone streets, admiring colonial homes with garlands of fresh apples, magnolia and pine. It’s the sound of a fife-and-drum concert, traditional carolers, the ringing of jingle bells on a horse-drawn carriage.
This luxury New England Cruise departs New York for Halifax & Boston for a spot of Revolutionary Fun. On the 4th of July, you’ll feel like Francis Scott Key as you too find yourself standing on a British Ship watching Fireworks . . . while docked in Boston Harbor holding a box of tea! It’s Luxury & Laughter with the Queen. Read the itinerary for full details.
In this formerly Wild Wild Western town you will witness 200 years of history come back to life through stories and reenactments of outlaws, lawmen, soldiers, Native Americans and historical figures that played an important role in America’s History. You will tour Miss Laura’s Visitors Center – a former Old West bordello – and trace the footsteps of Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves and the vile outlaws he brought to justice at the Fort Smith National Historic Site.
Come, meet the Navajo! This one week tour of Northern Arizona’s Navajo Nation is available with round trip air from Phoenix, or as a driving tour from the east or west coast. It is one-week visit on the sovereign lands of 300,000 Native Americans. Come, learn their history and traditions, share their food and music, and marvel at the natural scenery of Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly.
This is a culture & heritage tour of Southern West Virginia and the Coalfields. You will learn about life in both 19th and 20th Centuries, you hear stories of the Hatfield & McCoy Feud, learn how the word ‘redneck’ came into being, and you’ll enjoy some wonderful bluegrass & mountain music. This package also includes a visit to the world famous Greenbrier Resort and a tour of the Underground Bunker.
This short four day features St Louis, as the largest city on Route 66 between Los Angeles and Chicago. You’ll spend a day with sights to the north and another day touring the south, you learn of history and life on what Steinbeck called “The Mother Road” in his vivid portrait, The Grapes of Wrath. You hear about Americana, family vacations, early tourist marketing as tap your toes to Nat King Cole’s “Won’t you get hip, to this timely tip, Get your kicks on Route 66..”