Serving the Great Plains area since 1985

1603 Farnam Street | Omaha, Nebraska 68102 |1.800.488.2114

Duration: Sept. 10-17, 2017 | 8 Days
Departing: Lincoln, Omaha, Council Bluffs, Avoca, & Des Moines
Price: $999*
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Mansions, Castles, & the 1,000 Islands Bus Tour Highlights | All Admissions Included
*Per Person, Double Occupancy. $1,299 Single | $75 Deposit per person.

Navy Pier – Built in 1916, this 3,300 – footlong pier on Lake Michigan, has become the top leisure destination in the Midwest, drawing over 9 million visitors each year.

Cleveland Museum of NY – A collection of more than 30,000 works of art that range over 5000 years from all over the world.

Antique Boat Museum Clayton, NY – From humble beginnings, this museum has evolved into a national institution which makes substantial economic and cultural contributions to North American maritime heritage.

Guided Tour of Clayton, NY – Your stepon guide will share with you stories about the history of this area featuring historic churches and houses.

Uncle Sam’s Boat Tour – Take a tour of the 1000 Islands on the Saint Lawrence River, with a stop at Boldt Castle. Located on Heart Island, built by George C Bolt for his wife Louise, tour the castle and yacht house.

Singer Castle on Dark Island – Tour one of the only remaining castles to be built, furnished and lived in during the industrial building heyday.

NY State Zoo at Thompson Park Watertown, NY – A premier zoological park, that showcase only animals that are native to New York State.

Paddock Mansion – Built in 1878 by John Griffin, this mansion has housed the  Jefferson County Historical Society since 1922.

Central New York Living History Center Cortland, NY –  A museum complex for the preservation of historical artifacts of local and international significance.

1890 House Museum –  Built during the Gilded Age by Chester Wickwire for his wife and two sons, his descendants lived in the house until 1973. The Cortland County Historical Society acquired the house and opened it to the public in 1975.

Erie Canal Discovery Central Lockport, NY –  Located in an 1843 “canal stone” building next to locks 34 and 35 on the Erie Canal, learn about the creation of the Erie Canal and it’s locks.

- 10 Meals — 7 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches or Dinners.
- Touring Motor Coach with on board entertainment
- Luggage Handling
- Tour Coordinator