Serving the Great Plains area since 1985

1603 Farnam Street | Omaha, Nebraska 68102 |1.800.488.2114

Duration: August 2-4, 2019 | 3 Days
Departing: Yankton, SD | Norfold, NE | Columbus, NE | York, NE | Hebron, NE
Price: $299*
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The Pioneer Woman, Pawhauska, OK Tour
INCLUDES: 2 nights’ comfortable accommodations
3 meals: 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch/dinners. | All Admissions | Touring Motor Coach with Onboard Entertainment | Luggage Handling | Tour Coordinator

*$299 Per Person, Double Occupancy. | $399 Single | $75 Deposit per person.

Kansas Aviation Museum – Join us as we explore the history of flight and experience why Wichita is the air capital of the world.

The Blue Dome District, Tulsa, OK – The Blue Dome District is made up of nine blocks, featuring beautiful buildings & architecture.

The Pioneer Woman Mercantile – Enjoy lunch on us at this restaurant, bakery & shop with gorgeous goods, comfort foods, & plenty of fun to dish out as you browse the general store, deli & bakery.

Pawhauska Step-On-Guided Tour – Explore this city with its mix of American Indian and western culture where beautiful historic buildings line the streets. Established in 1872, it was named in honor of Chief Paw-Hui-Skah. It is also the gateway to Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, the largest protected tallgrass prairie remnant in North America. Get a glimpse of the West as it once was.

Marland Mansion – Learn the story of this architectural wonder which was home to E.W. Marland. Designed and constructed as a showplace for pieces of fine art, it became a masterpiece in it’s own right during the process. Learn about the Marland family, the industry that made it all possible, and the “oil bloom-town” that rose from it all, Ponca City, Oklahoma.

Price Tower Arts Center – Located inside the only fully realized skyscraper designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This 19-story landmark was completed in 1956. We’ll enjoy lunch on the 15th floor at the Cooper Restaurant & Bar, offering guests sweeping views of Bartlesville and the nearby prairie landscape.

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve – The name is derived from three words: woods, lakes, and rocks. The complex is the former estate of the Frank Philips family, of the “Philips 66” oil company.

Bartlesville – Enjoy some free time in historic downtown Bartlesville & stop at the Bartlesville Community Center.