Hudson Valley Highlights
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.
The Virginia Tattoo & Mermaid Bash
Beginning with the Pomp & Circumstance of a Military Tattoo followed by a Rock & Roll Dance Band with Mermaids swaying to the music. Your group will learn of warbirds, battleships and great American’s who served “in the air, on land, and sea.”
Williamsburg’s Colonial Holidays
Christmas in Williamsburg is pure magic. It’s a walk down cobblestone streets, admiring colonial homes proudly festooned with garlands of fresh apples, magnolia and pine. It’s hot cider on a cold, blue-skied day. It’s the sound of a fife-and-drum concert, the harmony of traditional carolers, the ringing of real jingle bells on a horse-drawn carriage. When you visit America’s Historic Triangle during the holidays, you step into an enchanting place at a most enchanting time of year.
Daughters of Liberty
From Philadelphia to Boston this tour examines the influence to our history of famous women in our past. It will have you talking about their sacrifice and service, while discussing the issues affecting women today.
Behind every Revolutionary Hero there was a woman. Enjoy this powerful tour that explores the role of Women in the 18th Century and learn about the difference between Women’s Rights then and today.
Grand Canyon Railway & The American West
Begins your adventure to The Grand Canyon. This relaxing 7 Day Tour takes the Grand Canyon Railway round trip to the Rim. You enjoy local sightseeing that includes The Canyon Rim, Sedona’s Pink Jeep Tours and the sights of Albuquerque and Santa Fe in New Mexico. Come see the American South West on our wonderful Rail Adventure.
Railroads of Colorado & New Mexico
This Railroad Adventure steams across Colorado and New Mexico. Travel on Five Scenic Trains, some of the highest altitude railroads in America during the day and enjoy comfortable rooms and fine dining at night. It’s an all-fun, all-natural Rocky Mountain High, combining adventure, history and romance into one great group tour.
Red Rock & Western Railroads
Combining Colorado & Utah must-see attractions. You follow the route of the California Zephyr for 250 miles over the Continental Divide, cruise the Colorado River south through Utah, enjoy a Jeep Tour in Monument Valley, a visit with the Ancients at Mesa Verde, cross New Mexico on the Cumbres Toltec and climb to the top of Pikes Peak. This is an epic adventure.
The McCoys of Kentucky
Come learn about the McCoy Feud from the Kentucky side of the line, listen to a storyteller on the Country Music Highway, discover the roots of Bluegrass, enjoy dinner from a Moonlit balcony one night and learn about the Moonshine process while eating a stolen pig dinner the next.
The Gilded Age of Newport
Come enjoy a unique tour of seaside mansions from the Gilded Age. These National Historic Landmarks were designed to impress. Constructed by the the Robber Baron’s of the era they are opulent, ornate and beyond the comprehension of most American’s today.