Laura Ingalls Wilder – Jun 24-27, 2018

Branson
Laura Ingalls Wilder Home & Museum
Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruise

Sunday, June 24 – Wednesday, June 27, 2018

$739.00 per person double
$689.00 per person triple
$679.00 per person quad.
$899.00 per person single

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Deduct $50.00 per person if paid in full by March 26, 2018.

Depart Lafayette at 6:00AM, Lebanon at 6:30AM and Indianapolis at 7:00AM.

Includes motorcoach transportation, 3 nights lodging, 5 Meals (3-breakfasts, 1-lunch & 1 dinner), admissions per itinerary, luggage handling and Imperial Escort.

 

Welcome aboard the Titanic – The World’s Largest Museum Attraction! Step aboard the massive, ship-shaped structure and be swept up in the excitement, wonder and consequences of the Titanic story. See more than 400 priceless artifacts and treasures on two decks, walk the Grand Staircase, sit in a full-sized lifeboat and hear actual survivor stories, touch an iceberg and more.

Visit the Ralph Foster Museum, located at College of the Ozarks. The main focus of the Museum is to collect, preserve, interpret, and exhibit items relating to the Ozarks region. The Museum features the original vehicle used in the television series “The Beverly Hillbillies.” You will also find antiques, weapons, dolls, natural history and other items from around the world.

Dublin’s Irish Tenors and the Celtic Ladies have become one of the most popular shows Branson has seen in years. With wonderful harmonies and lilting melodies, listen in amazement as these talented singers take you on a breathtaking musical journey covering Irish Classics, Opera, Pop and Jazz Standards.

The Presleys’ Country Jubilee has been entertaining audiences with a one-of-a-kind mix of country, gospel, bluegrass and hilarious comedy for 50 years.

Enjoy an included lunch at Lambert’s Cafe (Home of the Throwed Rolls).

Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote her beloved Little House books while living at Rocky Ridge Farm, near Mansfield, Missouri. Tour the farmhouse, which Laura and Almanzo built upon moving to Missouri in 1894. We’ll also visit the Rock House, which their daughter Rose had built for them in 1928. The museum contains artifacts including Pa’s fiddle, handwritten manuscripts of some Little House books, keepsakes of the Ingalls and Wilder families and many other items.

Admire the Gateway Arch, as well as other historical and inspiring architecture from aboard a replica nineteenth-century steamboat. Take a delightful, one-hour journey back to a time when steamboats ruled the Mississippi River. This narrated cruise highlights the history of St. Louis and the mighty river’s role today