Tours of the Week
We hope you find this selection of Tours as exciting as we do!
U.S. Tours offers more than 150 great American Itineraries that you can search by "STATE" or "THEME" above.
In 2016, the Tulip Time Festival is celebrating its 87th year! Holland has a rich history and heritage to share with its visitors. The Festival began in 1929 to celebrate Dutch heritage in the community. Today the fun continues with parades, Dutch dancers, national and regional entertainment, dinner shows, a Dutch market, fireworks and the stars of the show, millions of tulips throughout Holland.more info
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 a Parade and a Race, it’s Mint Juleps and Riverboats; it’s about Horses and it’s about time you see it.more info
This is a Big Itinerary, a visit to Big places a review of Big Events that are Pure Texas. From the Southfork Ranch of Dallas, to the Space Center in Houston, to the Alamo & War for Texas Independence in San Antonio, and finally to Billy Bob’s Honky Tonk in Fort Worth. We’ve packaged a trip with a little bit history & humor, and a dinner at a place named ”Love & War in Texas”. Check your calendar for the right date to ‘Cast Your Eyes Upon Texas.more info
This is a day of adventure in the photogenic, high up hills of West Virginia. The scenery is unspoiled by man, framed by forest, and filled only with the sound of music, the whistle of locomotives, the cheers and laughter of your customers. It’s a participatory event, it’s a Loco idea, and it is the only - and thus - the greatest, Train Race in America.more info