• Presidential Journeys

  • 4 Nights/5 Days
    Most people couldn’t name the eight presidents hailing from Ohio—or even recognize their pictures. But this political breeding ground gave us Harrison, Grant, Hayes, Garfield, a second Harrison, McKinley, Taft and Harding. You can learn about some of their quirky histories—and their families'— on this tour through Ohio.  Come on the Presidential journeys that led these eight men to the White House.

     

     

  • McKinley Museum and Memorial

    The museum has exciting, scientific, industrial, and historic exhibits, featuring an 18th century street of shops, planetarium and train layout. The memorial is a landmark in the City of Canton and the final resting place for the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley. Residents of Canton pass by the Monument or run up and down the 108 steps everyday.   

  • MAPS Museum

    This facility houses exhibits impacting aviation on the culture of man.  Guests will enjoy an ALL-AMERICAN BUFFET DINNER surrounded by 40 different aircrafts such as the 1908 Martin Glider to a supersonic F-14 Tomcat. Also see a B-26 Martin Marauder, one of only seven known bombers left in the world. After a  wonderful meal guests will enjoy a visit by "General  Dwight D. Eisenhower"!  Everyone will receive American flag.

  • Lawnfield

    Better known as the James A Garfield Historic Site, Lawnfield was the home of the 20th President, and has recently undergone  major renovations. The tour interprets life in the late 1800s, when Garfield conducted his famous “front porch” campaigns.

  • Lake View Cemetery

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the James A. Garfield Monument is the final resting place of the 20th President of the United States. The building combines Romanesque, Gothic and Byzantine styles of architecture. Offering over 110 figures all life size, depicting Garfield’s life and death.

  • Ohio City

    The neighborhood surrounding Cleveland's West Side Market is a foodie paradise booming with great restaurants and bars. You can start, of course, by noshing your way through the various food vendors in the market itself. But step outside and explore. The area spreading out from W. 25th Street and Lorain Avenue is dotted with an array of fine, independent restaurants.

  • Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museum

    Among Fremont's most prominent residents was Rutherford B. Hayes, an Ohio governor as well as the nineteenth President of the United States. Hayes moved to his home, Spiegel Grove, in 1873, just three years before the American voters elected him President. Today, Spiegel Grove is part of the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center.

  • Harding Home and Museum

    Visit the home of the 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding, and his wife, Florence, the site of his famous campaign speeches that launched his quest for the presidency in 1920.

  • Harding Memorial Site

    The final resting place of President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding is the largest and most beautiful presidential memorial outside of Washington D.C. Built in 1925, it contains 46 columns of timeless white Georgian marble.

  • Taft Ale House

    Dine in an old historic church-named after President Taft. Attention to detail is seen throughout the space. Antiques tucked in different corners pay homage to President Taft.

  • William Howard Taft
    Historic Site

    High atop one of Cincinnati's most prominent hilltops stands the two-story Greek Revival house where William Howard Taft was born and grew up.  The environment that shaped Taft's character and philosophy is highlighted on a visit to the site.

  • Taft Museum of Art

    The Taft Museum of Art is a historic house museum holding a fine art collection. The building was once home to Anna and Charles Phelps Taft, half-brother of President Taft and is the location where he accepted his presidential nomination.

  • U.S. Grant Birthplace

    Tour the birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant, Civil War general and two-term president of the United States.  See how the Grant family established themselves in southern Ohio in the early 19th century and hear the fascinating story of the house and how it traveled across the country by train later in the 19th century.

  • Riverboat Lunch Cruise with Narrative History

    Guests will learn about Mt. Adams, the history of the OHIO River, the bridges, the murals, the Presidents and more on this luncheon cruise. Your Captain is also a historian that will captivate your group with his knowledge and storytelling capabilities.

  • U.S. Grant Boyhood Home

    The U.S. Grant Boyhood Home in Georgetown, Ohio was the home of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president of the United States, from 1823, when Grant was one year old, until 1839, when he left to attend West Point.

  • U.S. Grant Schoolhouse

    Explore young Ulysses S .Grant’s life by visiting the school he attended and his boyhood home, restored to its 1839 appearance, the year Grant left for West Point.

  • United States Air Force Museum
    Presidential Planes Gallery

    The William E. Boeing Presidential Gallery gives visitors the opportunity to view an historic collection of presidential aircraft, and walk through four of them, including aircraft used by Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower as well as the Boeing VC-137C also known as SAM (Special Air Mission) 26000, which was used by eight presidents.

  • First Ladies Library
    Historical Site

    Fascinating stories of First Ladies, the White House and more via a guided tour through two buildings: a dry education-research center and the restored Victorian Saxton McKinley House.