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.
The National Quilt Association’s Convention has moved their annual convention to Little Rock, AR and we have a fabric and fun package for your groups. It begins with great hotel rooms, the inclusion of many NQA Event’s, local attraction admissions, an Antebellum Plantation Dinner, Mimosa’s in a Garden, and a visit with a resident at the Little Rock Zoo.more info
Regarded as the most patriotic of the world’s great tattoos — The Virginia International Tattoo - thrills audiences year after year with an awe-inspiring spectacle of music and might. It’s a choreographed extravaganza of military splendor – part parade an part theater, it features drill teams, regimental bands, drums and pipes, mass bugle ensembles and fireworks.more info
Come to Pigeon Forge for the biggest gathering in Southern Gospel . . . the National Quartet Convention! For over 50 year NQC has showcased the very best in Southern Gospel music and is now doing so in a beautiful new performance hall. Let U.S. Tours-Tennessee customize just the right trip for you. Join us in 2015, you can expect main floor seating at the Quartet Convention combined with all the other great Smoky Mountain attractions.more info
This is a Mistletoe Bargain . . . meaning, it’s a holiday trip with prices so low you’ll want to kiss someone. This trip includes an Oceanfront Hotel, three music shows, a dinner, shopping and a drive through Holiday Lights display that is incredible.more info
Dive deep into the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” with blazing pumpkins, gothic mansions, creepy cemeteries, and of course, the Headless Horseman. This two night tour also features a visit to Sunnyside, Washington Irving’s home, a graveyard tour where famous residents will speak from the grave, and keeping with the Halloween spirit a Dracula’s Revenge Lunch at the Rhinecliff Hotel.more info
Hall of Fame manager Bobby Cox heads a trio of baseball heroes on a Western Caribbean luxury cruise just weeks after the 2015 World Series. Cox, whose Atlanta Braves teams finished in first place for a record 14 consecutive seasons, will share the spotlight with Darrell Evans and Jay Johnstone, a pair of lefthanded sluggers who combined to play for three world championship teams. Evans enjoyed 40-homer seasons in both leagues while Johnstone was a prolific pinch-hitter and notorious prankster who wrote three hilarious books about his exploits. The cruise is hosted by baseball author Dan Schlossberg, a former AP sportswriter who created the baseball theme cruise concept in 1981.more info