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.
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
It’s spring break for Moms, Dads and Grandparents. Like an escape from school; this is an escape from life, from work, from your own teenagers. This is for your Boomer Generation customers. It’s a less structured group package with activities for the active adult mind and body. Enjoy a Boardwalk Evening, a night with wine and watercolors, a Horticulture Lesson, and a chance to Parasail or Jet Ski. Grown-ups just wanna have fun . . .. .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
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
MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS: Featuring two of America’s most famous musical cities, the Duck Commander Hometown Tour is the centerpiece of a 7-Day Tour. First you enjoy the Memphis Beat with Rock & Roll, Blues and the MoJo Tour. Then you visit West Monroe the hometown for A& E’s Duck Dynasty, and then you end in the French Quarter of New Orleans listening to Dixieland Jazz.more info