Important Overnight Tour Information . . .
Overnight Tours include:
Professional SignaTours Escort
Tax and Gratuities on Listed Inclusions
Refreshments, and Driver & Escort Gratuities
Insurance Information will be sent with your tour confirmation.
A $250 Deposit reserves your space on most overnight tours – some may be slightly higher. Balance in Full is Due approximately five weeks prior to departure. Seating is assigned in the order payment is received in the office.
Price shown is the “Cash Price” for Cost per Person Double Occupancy.
Detailed itineraries for all overnight tours are available online.
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The ARK – A Tour of Biblical Proportions
May 1-4, 2018
After a day of travel, find yourself in Covington, Kentucky within walking distance of historic Main Strasse Village, known for its Goose Girl Fountain, the Carroll Chimes displaying the Pied Piper of Hamlin, and numerous restaurants. You are sure to enjoy the evening on your own.
The next morning starts with a full buffet breakfast and is followed by a Riding Tour of nearby “Queen City,” Cincinnati, Ohio. Learn about the Garden of Eden and its seven-mile view, the historic area where many movies have been filmed, the World’s Peace Bell and 17 murals that reflect the life of the city.
Return to Covington for a visit to the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, a scaled down replica of the Cathedral Notre Dame in Paris. The architectural beauty features a gothic design and 82 stained glass windows, one of which is the largest in the world. The afternoon finds you in Petersburg, KY at the Creation Museum. See how the museum’s interpretation of the Bible, the “history book of the Universe,” provides an account of the beginning of all things. Admission also includes a variety of theater presentations such as “The Last Adam,” “Six Days of Creation,” and “Men in White.” Lunch on your own is easy with either Noah’s Café or the many available kiosks throughout the complex. Don’t miss the brand new “The Christ, Cross, Consummation Exhibit.” Seasonal Botanical Gardens and walking paths are also available as well as a petting zoo.
Enjoy the evening’s Private Dinner Buffet at favorite gathering place that has a history as rich as the foods provided. Following a wonderful Full Breakfast Buffet, it is on to the full-sized replica of Noah’s Ark, the largest wooden structure in the world. At 510 feet long, 85 feet wide and 51 feet high, it was built according to the dimensions given in the Bible. The 100’s of exhibits include Noah’s study, living quarters, cages, storage vessels and re-creations of how Noah and his family may have lived. A vast gift shop and petting zoo are also available as well as Emzara’s Kitchen where you will enjoy lunch on your own.
This evening, delight in a two-hour Riverboat Cruise complete with Buffet Dinner and contemporary gospel music that is certain to get your hands clapping and feet tapping.
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The Crooked Road “Birthplace of Country Music”
August 3-5, 2018
Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail stretches 333 miles through some of the most scenic areas in Southwest Virginia! It’s also “Where America’s Music Was Born . . . And Lives On!” This region is home to the World’s “Old Time Mountain Music.” Points of interest include: Birthplace of Country Music Museum, Friday Night Jamboree, Floyd Country Store, Bristol, Virginia, Hilton’s Virginia, Carter Family Fold, Heartwood, Lincoln Theater’s “Song of the Mountains,” and more!
Showtime in the Land of the Dutch
September 17-18, 2018
Sight & Sound’s Millennium Theatre presents Jesus, a show unlike any other! Experience the greatest rescue story of all time. Years in the making, this wonderful musical takes you on a miraculous journey alongside Jesus, the most famous person to ever walk the earth. Your Dutch Country get-away also includes lunch at the Casey Jones Restaurant while aboard an actual dining car from the Pennsylvania Railroad. No visit to the Dutch Country is complete without a stop at Kitchen Kettle and the Bird in Hand Farmers Market. Four meals, two unbelievable shows, shopping and more!
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The Rocky Coast of Maine
September 16-22, 2018
A spectacular 7-day excursion to the Rocky Coast of Maine awaits you as we travel to beautiful New England.
After an overnight stay in Danbury, Connecticut, we explore the historic city of Salem including travel through Marblehead (the Yachting Capital of the World).
After a visit to The House of Seven Gables, our tour continues to the Pine Tree State of Maine and our first stop on the Rocky Coast is the charming village of Ogunquit. Be sure to take a walk on the beautiful Marginal Way overlooking the coastline with exquisite views. Get your cameras ready as we head to the photographer’s mecca of the Nubble Light, one of the most well-known of the painted lighthouses in New England. Touring continues in the seaside town of Kennebunkport followed by a Harbor and Lobstering Cruise!
Day Four takes you to Boothbay Harbor for a memorable cruise with many photo opportunities. We continue to Bar Harbor where another wonderful cruise awaits you along with a riding tour of Acadia National Park followed by a Bar Harbor Lobster Bake!
The beauty of Maine remains for you to enjoy as we travel to Camden Hills State Park and a drive to the peak of Mount Battle. The breathtaking views from this summit provide the perfect opportunity for stunning photographs. Don’t put your cameras away as we head to the Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine.
A final stop in the quaint village of Sturbridge will leave you wishing you could stay another week!
Travel back to Richmond with memories of a lifetime of wonderful landscapes, lighthouses, cruises, great meals and new friends!
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