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
Cajun Country is transformed into a winter wonderland during the holiday season as Acadiana present festivals of light, parades, tours of homes and holiday events. Then head to New Orleans for two nights and celebrate the holidays with a traditional French Creole Holiday Dinner and millions of twinkling lights in the holiday exhibit, "Celebration in the Oaks."more info
From the third week of November through Christmas week, the Gaylord Opryland Hotel is host to a special event titled “A Country Christmas” which includes spectacular holiday lights, a Christmas Dinner Party, and an exhibit called “ICE!” Plus your group will enjoy the Treasures for the Holidays Craft Show. It is four weeks of non-stop holiday fun! When would you like to go?more info
This trip is a unique winter escape where the crew of the Titanic welcomes you to Pigeon Forge! With a bit of imagination you find yourself cruising through the Smokies in a First Class Cabin. You enjoy delicious meals and great shows. It is well suited for couples who want a musical getaway.more info
The mountains of Southwest Virginia is often called the "Birthplace" in honor of the original Carter Family who were among the earliest recording artists in Country Music. This tour features the rich musical heritage of the entire region. You'll learn of the Barter Theater's Depression Era shows, see the Carter Family Fold on a Saturday Night, and enjoy a wonderful Gospel Brunch at Heartwood. Come hear the music at the southern end of the Crooked Road.more info