DURATION: March 5-11, 2023 | 7 Days
DEPARTING: Lincoln, NE | Omaha, NE | Council Bluffs, IA | Des Moines, IA | Ottumwa, IA
PRICE: $1,054 Per Person, Double Occupancy | $1,298 Single Occupancy
DEPOSIT: $75 Deposit Per Person.
INCLUDES: 6 Nights’ comfortable accommodations  | 10 Meals: 6 breakfasts, 4 lunch/dinners  | Admissions for Listed Attractions | Tour Coordinator | Touring Motor Coach | Onboard Entertainment  | Luggage Handling



In Sevierville, at the Tennessee Legend Distillery, you’ll learn about mountain stills and see how they now make moonshine, whiskey, cream liqueur, and vodka. Sample for free before you purchase! Tonight dinner’s on us, and laughter is courtesy of the Comedy Barn Jubilee Show.

In Myrtle Beach, we’ll take a guided tour and see the show Time Warp with music from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. The fast-paced, high energy show will take you back to the decades that brought us the best in popular music. Today there’s free time on the beach.

At the Carolina Opry, catch a show in this lovely 2,200-seat theater. Take time at Barefoot Landing for shopping and a meal.

On the Barefoot Princess Cruise, learn the history of this beach city, observe the natural beauty of the area, enjoy a meal on us, and take lots of photos of the beautiful scenery.

A visit to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina, takes you on a journey of Graham’s humble farm boy life to an international ambassador. The barn shaped building sits on 20 lovely acres.

The NASCAR Hall of Fame is more than a museum – it’s a shrine to the history, heritage, and future of the popular sport. Sit in an iRacing  Simulator or see if you have what it takes to be a member of the pit crew!

Always a hit, the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory showcases baseball bats.

Located on the grounds of Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, the Derby Museum preserves the history of the annual race for three-year-old Thoroughbreds.

Feel the tranquility of the Grotto and Garden of Our Lady of Lourdes.

At the American Printing House for the Blind Museum, learn the story of the history of the education of people who are blind and how the American Printing Houses for the Blind contributed to the history.

There is so much to see in so many cities with exciting attractions and wonderfully friendly people. Let us help you explore on your next Elite-Goody Tour!