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Duration: November 8-12, 2017 | 5 Days
Departing: Sioux City, IA | Co. Bluffs, IA | Omaha, NE | Lincoln, NE | York, NE
Price: $693*
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Waco Magnolia Market at the Silos - Bus Tour Highlights | All Admissions Included
*Per Person, Double Occupancy. $873 Single | $75 Deposit per person.

Day 1As we head toward Texas, our first stop is the Chisholm Trail Museum in Wellington, Kansas. Stroll through a variety of artifacts: from military items to antique furniture and items brought to the area by pioneer wagons traveling the Chisholm Trail.

Day 2Stretch and enjoy home made ice cream from the Braum’s Processing Plant and Bakery in Tuttle, Oklahoma. The Oklahoma City Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has a world-class collection of art, artifacts and archival materials. The museum displays a broad array of material that reflects the variety of peoples, cultures, and historical currents found in the West. This afternoon, you’ll experience the Old West coming alive as genuine cowboys herd Texas longhorn cattle down Exchange Avenue in the Stockyards National Historic District.

Day 3Keep your eyes on the road as we come into Waco, and see if you can spot the influences of Waco’s most famous couple, Chip and Joanna Gaines of Fixer-Upper. You’ll see their Magnolia Market at the Silos to browse and perhaps purchase home decor items chosen by Joanna. Chip and Joanna hope you’ll come to visit and leave excited about your home. You’ll also visit Harper Design Company and see some of the handmade custom furniture that Joanna so loves to use in her designs. After a driving tour of some of the homes Chip and Joanna renovated, dinner’s on us at Vitek’s BBQ, a Chip and Joanna favorite!

Day 4In Dallas, see the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza with exhibits exploring the life, assassination, and legacy of John F. Kennedy. At the Dealey Plaza, see the infamous grassy knoll bounded by the former Texas School Book Depository building, now a National Historic Landmark.

Day 5As we head back home, our last stop is the Old Cowtown Museum in Wichita. This collection of 54 structures (27 are original) along the banks of the Arkansas River has the look and feel of the frontier in the 1860s: historic houses and businesses with period furnishing, clothing, tools, machinery, and farm equipment.

- 7 meals (4 breakfasts; 3 lunch/dinners)
- Touring Motor Coach with on board entertainment
- Luggage Handling
- Tour Coordinator