Come to Nashville and help celebrate the Grand Ole Opry’s 93rd or 94th Birthday. There are many birthday activities planned including a special birthday concert, backstage tours, free music in the Opry Plaza, and even the Opry’s birthday cake! This tour also includes lodging at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, the Country Music Hall of Fame with a songwriters recording session and Tickets for the Grand Ole Opry.
Reserve your 2018 Space Now. 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 about Bourbon and Horses, Mint Juleps and Riverboats, and it’s about time you see it. It’s the chance of a lifetime / In a lifetime of chance /And it’s high time you joined in the dance.
From Jamestown and the beginnings of the Virginia Colony to Yorktown and the end of The American Revolution you enjoy a new understanding of American History. Then in Norfolk you attend The Virginia International Tattoo, the largest spectacle of Music and Might in the United States of America offers an astounding display of inspirational military music, majestic massed pipes and drums, show stopping drill team maneuvers, colorful and elegant dancers, and much more.
Two beautiful destinations blossom into spring. Join us for the Pageantry of the National Cherry Blossom in Washington, DC combined the beauty & history of the Brandywine Valley. We provide quality hotels, tantalizing meals and engaging activities. Discover the U.S. Tours difference.
As the Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Mountain Laurel take turns blooming in the Allegheny Mountain Valleys you travel from the Greenbrier Resort to Patsy Cline’s home in Winchester Va You’ll ride four scenic trains across whitewater rivers over evergreen ridge tops and unspoiled forest while exploring Appalachia. This tour is filled with wild scenery and wonderful music it’s one of our most popular Summer Tours; low mileage and high energy!
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!
You will see Sight & Sound’s newest show “Jesus,” an action-packed musical adventure taking you on a miraculous journey beside the most famous person to ever walk the earth. Plus, the new “Museum of the Bible” showcasing archaeological discoveries through cinematic storytelling to bring the biography of the Book to life. This is an inspirational combo for all groups and all ages.
This special event celebrates Country Music from 1955 thru the 80’s and recognizes the Legend of the Wheeling Jamboree with two great musical shows at The Capitol Music Hall, including the 85th Anniversary Show featuring Ronnie Milsap. It also features an exciting Johnny Cash “Outlaw Prison Concert” and dinner show inside the West Virginia Penitentiary.
Start with a tour of Harpers Ferry National Park where a visit is like stepping into the past. Then enjoy a narrated excursion on the Potomac Eagle and view historic farms and lush mountain greenery. Then it’s on to Winchester, VA for a Patsy Cline tour. Learn of Patsy’s music career, her childhood home and dreams of becoming a Country Music Star. This package also includes a tribute singer who will sing some of Patsy’s favorite songs. End your trip with a scenic ride on the Western Maryland Railroad through the spectacular scenery of the Allegheny Mountains.
Introducing a New Show, packaged into an already great Tour Concept. “All The Whos in Whoville” have just made Louisville home. It’s a new dinner show and we’ve added it to our package that includes Reindeer Racing, Holiday Music from the singers at My Old Kentucky Home, a Nutcracker display at the Frazier Museum, Legos and Trains at The Louisville Slugger and a bit of fine bourbon from our friend Evan Williams.