Below you will find some of our most popular Multi Day Tours!

Chicago

True Chicago

Experience all the essentials of the magnificent city of Chicago, from deep-dish pizza to a view of the city from over 1000 feet up. On day one, visit the Willis Tower Skydeck and the John Hancock observatory to see Chicago from above. Have lunch on Navy Pier and enjoy shopping and an afternoon water cruise. See a comedy show at one of Chicago’s famous comedy clubs and enjoy deep-dish Chicago style pizza. Start your second day by exploring great Chicago museums and after lunch take a tour around the city aboard a motorcoach. On the final day, take a walking tour of Chicago and explore Millennium Park. Choose from one of our seasonal activities including ice skating, a haunted hike, or a walk along the beach. Be sure to try a Chicago style hot dog while you’re here!

This tour is available as a 2-day or 3-day tour. Some of this tour is aboard the motorcoach but a large amount of walking is required.

Windy City Theater

Discover all the history the Chicago Theater district has to offer. See a show at the ornate Cadillac Palace Theater or the beautiful Oriental Theater. Learn about The Bank of America Theatre which originally opened as the Majestic Theatre in 1906 and was Chicago’s tallest building at the time. See one of the many spectacular shows currently open. Take a behind the scenes tour to experience the glittering vintage décor inspired by some of the foremost theatre designers and learn about the cutting edge technology involved in the shows.

Majority of this tour is aboard the motorcoach. Choice of show subject to current availability. Ticket prices will vary. Theater tours only available during specific times.

Beyond Chicago

Springfield and the Life of Lincoln

Discover all the not so widely-known history surrounding the life of former president Abraham Lincoln. Visit his home as well as the Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices where he practiced law from 1834-1852. See the Lincoln Tomb at the Oak Ridge Cemetery and stop by the Lincoln-Douglas Debate Museum. See Lincoln’s log cabin and experience the elegance of the new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Throughout this tour you will gain a better understanding of the man that left a worldwide legacy.

Some of this tour takes place aboard the motorcoach; however, a significant amount of walking is required throughout this tour.

The Quad Cities

Discover all there is to do in Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa; and Rock Island and Moline, Illinois. Enjoy a scenic river cruise on the largest non-gaming riverboat on the upper Mississippi; The Celebration Belle offers lunch, dinner, and scenic cruises from downtown Moline, Illinois. Davenport has a beautiful riverfront and an active downtown area with lots to do. Visit the ultra-modern Figge Art Museum and exciting Putnam History Museum. Downtown Rock Island is known for its festivals and nightlife, and while you’re there, take an amazing architectural tour as well!

A significant amount of walking is required throughout this tour.

Midwest Destinations

St. Louis and Branson, Missouri

Visit some of the hundreds of unique eateries and dining options in St. Louis. Explore the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. Of course, you can’t miss the St. Louis Gateway Arch. Take a tram ride 630 feet up to the top of the nation’s tallest man-made monument and then stop by Ted Drewes Frozen Custard on historic Route 66. Continue on to enjoy the genuine Ozark Mountain hospitality of Branson, Missouri. Catch exciting, live music shows and enjoy shopping at hundreds of outlet, boutique, and upscale specialty shops. With an average daytime temperature well into the 50s, the winter months are a great time to visit Branson. Though, with three area lakes that offer an abundance of recreational opportunities, any time of the year is a great time to visit Branson.

Many shows are available including live music, high-tech magical illusions, Chinese acrobats, daredevil skateboard exhibitions, high-flying trapeze artists, talking dogs, buffalo stampedes, comedic characters and more.

Kalamazoo and Detroit, Michigan

Kalamazoo, if only famous for its name, has much to offer! Have brunch at the W.K. Kellogg Manor House – there are even tables in Mr. Kellogg’s office! Spend some time hiking the Warren Dunes and stop for an afternoon snack at Caruso’s Candy Kitchen. Enjoy some shopping and visit Bell’s Brewery to sample their craft beers. From there, travel on to Detroit to experience historic sites such as the Henry Ford Museum and tour the Ford Rogue Factory. Take a behind the scenes tour of Comerica Park or Ford Field. It’s even hometown to world famous singers such as Aretha Franklin. Spend some time experiencing all Detroit has to offer!

A significant amount of walking is required throughout this tour. Tour can be 2 or more days.

Wisconsin

Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin

Start this multi-day tour by heading just north of Chicago to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee has much to offer from historic breweries to museums, and even a restaurant called “The Safe House” which requires a password to get in. After Milwaukee, head west to the Fireside Dinner Theater for a fabulous dinner followed by one heck of a show. Finally, travel on to Madison for some shopping, time to relax at the spa, and to admire the Wisconsin Capitol Building. Finally, see a show at the Overture Center for the Arts or cheer on the Badgers at a game before heading home.

A significant amount of walking is required throughout this tour.

Door County and Green Bay, Wisconsin

Take this multi-day tour to visit both Door County and Green Bay, Wisconsin. Tour the historic Hazelwood House, Algoma Lighthouse and Lambeau Field in Green Bay. After that, head to Door County to visit Cherry Lane Orchards, take a scenic Air Tour and watch a beautiful sunset. Spend the next day relaxing along the shore of Lake Michigan. Play a round of mini golf or, if you’re feeling adventurous, try out a zip line! Take a trolley tour and enjoy some Door County Cherry ice cream.

A significant amount of walking is required throughout this tour.