• Gentle Beasts, Southern Eats and<br> Dancing Beats

    Available April, September, October and Early November
    You will see Elk in their natural habitat in the Appalachian Mountains? We will customize your tour with spectacular views, history, music, a little bit of moonshine and lots of entertainment!

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    Horsepower Big & Small…Kentucky Style Tour

    Enjoy one, two, or three nights
    Kentucky has a rich transportation history and a variety of transportation attractions; not all of it is of the four legged variety. Enjoy learning about all types of “horsepower”in the Bluegrass state. Your tour could include:

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    Thunder Over Louisville Tour

    RESERVING NOW FOR 2019 AND 2020.
    April 11-14, 2019 and April 23-26, 2020.
    This is the tour FULL of Boats, Booms, Bragging and Boasting!!! You might include some of the following:

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    Pumpkins & Pie & Stories, OH MY! Tour

    October 2016 and 2017 - Day Trips to Multi Nights with many other seasonal attractions. 1000s of pumpkins light up brightly at night. It’s not scary or frightful...It’s a Beautiful Sight. Mansions, Stories and Fun Galore! Available in Louisville, Kentucky. Your HALLOWEEN tour will be customized to meet your time requirements and can include:

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    Moonshine, Mountains, & Music Tour

    Eastern Kentucky - April through November
    We will customize your tour with spectacular views, history, music, a little bit of moonshine and lots of entertainment! Elk-viewing can be added to your tour during the months of April, September, October and November.

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    A Tour of Biblical Proportions Tour

    Let Ohio Travel Treasures create your own unique and totally different tour that will be BEYOND BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS. Your tour will be completely customized and can include:

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    Prohibition Trail and Tales Tour

    Three Days/Two Nights. Louisville is awash in bourbon. And beer. It’s a drinking person’s town, due in no small part to the state’s bourbon heritage, the city’s nickname-namesake brewery, Falls City, and that little horse race called the Kentucky Derby. But there’s more to this town than brown liquor, local breweries, and racetracks. Louisville is rich with history and lore.

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