Come experience Fayetteville, North Carolina, a place where History, Heroes and a Hometown Feeling create the backdrop for a fun-ﬁlled, three-day adventure. Fayetteville, home of Fort Bragg and Pope Field, has a rich tradition of service to our country. Add the charm of Southern hospitality, and your group has the perfect recipe for a wonderful getaway.
Discover “The Real America” as you relive 200 years of history at the original gateway to the West. Retrace the footsteps of fearless Deputy U.S. marshals and the infamous outlaws they brought to justice in Indian Territory. Explore the majesty of the Ozarks by train. Visit the renowned Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and uncover an international urban-contemporary street art scene. Experience the beauty of Arkansas Wine Country. Tour Fort Smith, Arkansas!
Discover the birthplace of the American Vacation. Reconnect, explore and escape to a timeless place of treasured moments, pristine wilderness, charming attractions and must-see attractions. Group can tantalize their taste buds with this exciting itinerary featuring the local flair of the Lake George Area’s unique restaurants, breweries, micro-wineries and other exciting culinary experiences as well as enjoy the iconic attractions that make Lake George a favorite group tour destination.
The romance and natural beauty of the Lake George Area, along with the “dark and silent caves” found within the heart of the Hudson River, inspired James Fenimore Cooper to use this setting in his classic American novel The Last of the Mohicans.
Enjoy the thrill of visiting the University of Notre Dame and glimpse the peaceful culture of the Amish lifestyle of today in this fall splendor tour filled with color, fun and different group-friendly experiences. Learn and envision luxurious lifestyles of the Gilded Age in mansions and an auto museum. Try pumpkin bowling or pumpkin picking. Travel scenic byways bursting with fall color on a tasty culinary adventure through Amish Country. Spend time with Amish women in their homes and workplaces. Be a kid again boarding a hay wagon to pick apples or heading out to a corn maze. Then add a rustic gristmill, lively theater, and tasty “comfort” foods and you’ve captured the splendor of fall wrapped into one amazing tour.
Rachael Ray is a resident of the Lake George Area and filmed an episode of her “40 Dollars a Day” TV show in Lake George and its surrounding communities. Follow Rachael’s television itinerary and visit great culinary establishments and iconic Lake George attractions featured on that episode.
Known for arts and agriculture, Champaign County is home to the finest performance venues in the Midwest while its agriculture is the source for delectable dining you can’t experience any place else. This two-day experience offers fresh farm-grown food, entertainment and a behind-the-scenes look at world-class performance venues.
View art in a whole new way, through the lens of everyday life. Get up close and personal with Amish artisans as you hear how they create their unique handcrafted pieces. See the works of some of America’s greatest artists and interact with three-dimensional public art. Enjoy sweeping views while dining on artfully crafted, delicious cuisine at a riverside cafe. Get a backstage look at the beauty of a grand restored theater. Revel in the majesty and architecture of a Beaux-Arts mansion. Top it all off viewing a lively collection of contemporary quilts and hear the inside story on North America’s only Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail.