Discover the NEW 2018 One- Day Tours
Today we visit the Newseum for a self-guided tour of Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photograph of Jacques Lowe. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of our 35th President of the United States (1961-1963), John F. Kennedy, the Newseum is bringing back for a limited time one of its most popular exhibits - Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photograph of Jacques Lowe.
Today we visit Washington, D.C. for a 45-minute docent tour of the National Building Museum. The National Building Museum is America's leading cultural institution.Following our museum visit enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at Harriet's Family Restaurant, located in the historic Harrington Hotel in downtown D.C., since 2006.
One of the most anticipated and beautifully designed museums opening in the fall of 2017 . . .Come join Gunther Tours for an exciting day of exploration and discovery at the Museum of the Bible, the newest addition to the remarkable group of world class museums found in Washington, D.C.
Welcome to The Mimslyn Inn located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and sandwiched between the famous Luray Caverns and the scenic Shenandoah National Park. Known throughout the Shenandoah Valley for its gracious atmosphere, personalized service, and picturesque surroundings, The Mimslyn Inn will transport you back to the antebellum era of the Old South when you dine on a delicious buffet lunch served amidst dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, beautiful crown molding, expansive lawns pepper
Welcome aboard the Potomac Riverboat for a narrated sightseeing cruise on the Potomac River.Following our cruise, we make the short drive to Gadsby's Tavern in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia for our delicious lunch. After lunch, we cross over the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge from Alexandria to Oxon Hill, Maryland to the MGM National Harbor Casino for an enjoyable 2-½ hour visit.
Travel to Totem Pole Playhouse in Fayetteville, Pennsylvania and spend an afternoon with the cast of Ain't Misbehavin'. Thomas "Fats" Waller developed an international following and fame during the Golden Age of the Cotton Club and that jumpin' new beat called swing music.
Today we escape to the charming seaside city of Cape May, New Jersey. Upon our arrival, we enjoy a delicious lunch served at The Washington Inn. Following lunch, we hop aboard the Cape May Trolley for a narrated guided tour around Cape May Historic District showcasing the lovely and famous "Painted Ladies". Next we take a guided tour of Cape May's Emlen Physick Estate, a magnificent Stick Style mansion attributed to renowned Victorian architect Frank Furness.
Come aboard the "River Lady", a working replica of an authentic 19th-century Mississippi paddlewheel riverboat for a delightful 3-hour lunch cruise on the beautiful Toms River. Following our cruise, we visit Historic Smithville Village, a colonial-style country village featuring 60 unique shoppes and boutiques.
Today we travel across the Chesapeake Bay to the colonial port city of Chestertown, Maryland located on Maryland's picturesque Eastern Shore. Upon our arrival, we are treated to a delicious lunch at the Fish Whistle Restaurant, where "It's all about the food!" Following lunch, we climb aboard the "River Packet", a 65-foot classic luxury yacht for a 90-minute scenic cruise on the Eastern Shore's historic Chester River.
We travel to Wilmington, Delaware for an exciting "Civil War Skirmish Train Ride Excursion" on the Wilmington & Western Railroad. From your seat onboard a vintage train, we will travel with the troops on a 2-hour round trip train ride to the site of a skirmish between Union and Confederate forces
Come aboard Cruis 'n 1, for a narrated morning cruise adventure along Atlantic City's ocean front skyline. A morning ocean breeze and beautiful panoramic views welcome us while learning about Atlantic City and its famous boardwalk. Historical narration is provided as we cruise along the sandy coastline of Atlantic City and enjoy spectacular unobstructed views of the city and its casino skyline.
The number one and official tribute to legendary Sun Records recording artists Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash, One Night in Memphis! is a high-energy concert that takes you back to December 4, 1956, the night when Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash gathered at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions in history.
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Indulge yourself in the delight sights, sounds and smells of Philadelphia while exploring gourmet specialty food stores, the "hard to find" local neighborhood spots, in South Philly where savvy Philadelphian purchases food for their pantry. There will be time for shopping in this very special area of Philadelphia plus a gift card is provided for you to enjoy lunch at the Reading Terminal Market.
Start your holiday adventure in our nation's capital Washington, D.C. at Harriet's Family Restaurant with a delicious buffet lunch. Following our lunch, we depart for Oxon Hill, Maryland to the MGM National Harbor Casino for an enjoyable 2-hour visit. Later we make the short drive to the Gaylord National Hotel. Upon our arrival, we visit "ICE!" the Gaylord National's signature holiday attraction.
Welcome to Nemours Mansion & Gardens, a 300-acre country estate of Alfred I. DuPont, the late industrialist and philanthropist for some 19th-century yuletide cheer. An outstanding example of a French chateau in the style of Louis XVI, you will wander through the former Du Pont estate decked out for the holidays with Christmas trees, hand-painted ornaments and antique decorations.