• Enchanted Sights in a Winter Wonderland

    Suggested tour is at least two nights beginning November 30-December 31, 2020, 2021 Louisville Kentucky is chocked full of treasures for a whimsical journey down memory lane that creates memorable Christmases for years to come.          Highlights of your tour could include:NEW for 2020. Experience the twinkling of millions of lights as you traverse a winding road nestled in majestic woods, filled with illumination, artistic scenes, and sounds that will delight the senses and transport you to an ethereal winter wonderland.  Dinner included.Experience a new open-air, tram tour through the light show, during the day. Each year the LOUISVILLE MEGA CAVERN is transformed into an underground holiday light spectacular for the Christmas season. Enjoy a 30 minute ride through part of the 17 miles of underground passageways.  A fitting tribute to the legacy of this historic property founded in 1947 by Mark Wakefield and Mark Scearce. These exquisite

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    Hats, Bats, and Bourbon Vats 2020!

    Every Season has a Reason to be in Louisville!! Bourbon is a spirit that comes in a glass, but it’s also a spirit that defines the culture of the creative energy of LOUISVILLE. It’s this same spirit that is continued on this creative tour THAT WILL TAKE YOU INTO THE SPIRIT OF LOUISVILLE in a different way…. -  a tour that combines heritage with innovation, authenticity with originality, quirkiness with friendliness in a way that’s completely unique to this region.           Highlights of your tour could include:Invites you to travel back in time to 1933 to celebrate the end of Prohibition in Louisville. Guests will gain access to the basement Speakeasy through a faux safe door in the wall.  Guests must be of legal drinking age to enter the Speakeasy.Missy Hillock, published author of "Baking with Bourbon: Mini cupcake Flight" will allow you to experience baking with bourbon.  Guests will

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    Water, Water, Everywhere

    Available May through October Here’s a tour about boats of all sorts and water – perfect for the warmer months!  It’s centered around the Ark Encounter, even though it doesn’t float, but which emphasizes the nation’s largest wooden structure. Then add a few boat rides, attractions and restaurants, with water themes and views. Start with a “Core Area”, then, we add in-transit stops, depending upon the direction from which you originate and how long a tour you wish. It’s a great way to see the Ark! This full sized replica of Noah’s Ark is a massive wooden structure (the largest wooden structure IN THE WORLD - 510 feet long and more than 50 feet tall -before the sail is added). The Ark includes hundreds of different displays, including mock-ups of animal stalls, recreations of how Noah and his family may have lived, and even an animatronic version of Noah that will answer questions. It offers the same quality of

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    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! Your journey begins with a stay at Jenny Wiley Resort in which you will experience the secluded beauty of the 49-room May Lodge with all rooms overlooking Dewey Lake and surrounded by towering pines and peaceful mountains. Every room has a balcony with a view of the lake.Early morning on the lake is pristine and calming when you will enjoy a narrated pontoon boat ride on Dewey Lake. Guests will be enthralled with the Naturalists as they give the history of the area and about the entire city under the lake!Experience a catered southern dinner with live entertainment at the US 23 Country Music Highway Museum - This museum in Paintsville, Kentucky is dedicated to the country music entertainers who were born or lived near U.S. Route 23

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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:   Learn all about show horses (not race horses). Walk through a horse barn, talk with a trainer and step into the arena during a training session. If you're there at the right time (spring and early summer) you can get up close to a foal or two.This full sized replica of Noah’s Ark is a massive wooden structure (the largest wooden structure in the world - 510 feet long and more than 50 feet tall -  before the sail is added. The Ark includes hundreds of different displays on three levels, including mock-ups of animal stalls, recreations of how Noah and his family may have lived, and even an animatronic version of Noah that will answer questions.Located at the Blue Grass Airport in

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    Pumpkins & Pie & Stories, OH MY! Tour

    Available October in Louisville, KY - 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: Experience the glow of thousands of pumpkins, set in a magical display of artistry during this night-time Spectacular. Feast your eyes on artfully carved jack-o-lanterns all with painstaking detail and amazing intricacy.  Each one totally different and illuminated at night as an art show. Tour, lunch, or dinner.  Let the ghost of Elaine Caldwell take you through this mansion as you explore the favorite haunts of the Spirits of the Victorian era. Circa 1908, it is considered one of the grandest buildings in the area. Sip on Goblin Goo and

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    Moonshine, Mountains, & Music Tour

    Eastern Kentucky - April through November Eastern Kentucky is the heart of Appalachia. 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. Your accommodations for this tour is located deep in the heart of the Appalachians. The park is accented by the picturesque, 1,100-acre, Dewey Lake. Enjoy a variety of activities, from Broadway shows and hiking trails, to a nine-hole golf course amid mountain vistas.The spectacular 600 seat outdoor theatre began their summer schedules of exciting "off-broadway" type shows in 1964. Nestled among the mountains, this lake is a favorite for catching largemouth bass, crappie and catfish. You'll enjoy a tranquil ride following lunch.Civil War site and meeting of Civil War soldierMeet Ms. May - This historic landmark is the oldest brick house in the Big Sandy Valley.  Built

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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: BRAND NEW ATTRACTION - Opened July 2016!  This full sized replica of Noah’s Ark (510 feet long and more than 50 feet tall-before the “fin” is added—four floors) is a massive wooden structure; the largest wooden timber structure IN THE WORLD!  The Ark includes hundreds of different displays, Noah’s study, living quarters, exhibits, cages, storage vessels, props recreations of how Noah and his family may have lived, animals and even an animatronics version of Noah that will answer questions. Petting zoo, amphitheater with shows and additional educational productions throughout.This 70,000 square foot “walk through history” museum is an alternative to the evolutionary natural history museums. See how its interpretation of the Bible—“the

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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. Suggested Itinerary, but Tour Will Be CustomizedPerched on the banks of the Ohio River and loaded in history this property will provide your accommodations during the tour.  Add an optional guided tour and learn about the history of this hotel whose name has long associated with gracious hospitality and Southern style. The tour requires walking.Evening dinner at Troll under the Bridge. The Troll Pub is located on the site of the original Galt House, built in 1834, but ravaged by fire in 1865. Later built as a Railroad headquarters, the original basement

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