DURATION: September 12-18, 2021 | 7 Days
DEPARTING: Perry, OH | Mentor, OH | Euclid, OH | Cleveland, OH | Columbus, OH
PRICE: $1053 Per Person Double Occupancy | $1299 Single Occupancy
DEPOSIT: $75 Per Person
PRICE EXCLUDES: Any Private Expenses
INCLUDES: 6 Nights’ comfortable accommodations | 8 Meals (6 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners) | Admissions for Listed Attractions | Tour Coordinator | Touring Motor Coach with On-board Entertainment | Luggage Handling

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HIGHLIGHTS

Day 1 Overnight in Collinsville, IL
Carillon Historical Park in Dayton, OH – a 65-acre open air history museum of Dayton history.

Day 2 Overnight in Bartlesville, OK
Tour the Precious Moments Chapel and grounds in Carthage, Missouri. Dinner on us tonight.

Day 3 Overnight in Irving, TX
Enjoy time on your own at the Pioneer Woman Mercantile, a great place for lunch and browsing the general store in the 100-year-old building.

Day 4 Overnight in Irving, TX
Step On Guide Tour of Waco, Texas (founded in 1849 by the Hueco Indians).
Tour of Harp Design (as seen on Fixer Upper).
Free time at Waco Riverwalk.
Dr. Pepper Museum the iconic soft drink manufactured and sold beginning in 1885 in the Waco.
Shop till you drop at Magnolia Market at the Silos Waco, Texas. Explore while riding on the Silo Trolley (route makes it easy to get to Waco’s most popular shopping).

Day 5 Overnight in Oklahoma City, OK
See the historic Cattle Drive And Stock Yards with its twice daily cattle drive down the street in Fort Worth, Texas.
Enjoy the serenity of the National Memorial in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. You’ll see it by day (come to remember, leave with resolve), and at night with dramatic lighting.

Day 6 Overnight in St. Louis, IL
Browse the artwork of the Philbrook Museum of Art housed in the stately Italian styled villa in Tulsa. Dinner on us tonight.

Day 7 Homeward Bound!
Clabber Girl Museum featuring glimpses into the history of Terre Haute and the evolution of American baking.

We look forward to traveling with you!