FUN IN THE PAST July 16 – 17, 2021
Friday – Saturday
JULY 16 – 17, 2021
$309.00 per person double
$289.00 per person triple
$279.00 per person quad
$389.00 per person single
Includes motorcoach transportation, overnight lodging, 1 breakfast, 1 dinner, admissions per itinerary and Imperial Escort.
Take a journey of yesteryear, where
blacksmithing was common place, American bison roamed the plains of the Midwest
and a locomotive was fast, modern transportation.
Archbold, Ohio home to Sauder Village where our local step on guide will board the coach and give us a historic tour of Archbold setting the stage for our visit to Ohio’s largest living history attraction. Go back to tge 1920’s Main Street with costumed interpreters. The village has several shops to visit such as the Doughbox Bakery, Threads of Tradition, Ice Cream Parlor and Burlington Glassworks. The Erie Express train is included with your admission to Sauder Village. The train is available to transport you around the perimeter of the settlement. Wanting something a little slower in pace, a horse drawn buggy ride is available for a nominal fee. We will overnight at the Sauder Heritage Inn and have an included buffet dinner in the Barn Restaurant.
Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory surround yourself with nature at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory an oasis in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne Indiana. Visit the Showcase Garden with its lush seasonal displays, wander through the cobblestone paths in the Tropical Garden where orchids and palms thrive in the shadows of a cascading waterfall, or retreat to the quiet beauty of the Desert Garden. There is a café and gift shop on site. Special exhibit is expected to be the Wild Wild West.
All aboard the Little River Railroad for our steam engine ride thorough the country side of Coldwater, Michigan. Inside old fashion rail cars the approximate 90 minute ride takes you over the oldest rail line in Michigan in the comfort and style of yesteryear.
Wild Wind Buffalo Preserve, have a close encounter with the American Bison. Dr. John Tippy was in Yellowstone National park as an 8 year old boy when his parents snapped a picture of their son and an American Bison. Mr. Tippy begins fulfilling his dream in 1989 with the purchase of 6 bison from Custer State Park in South Dakota, 1 bull and 5 females. The ranch has become a 400+ acre home to approximately 200 animals that in the 1880s were once near extinction. The open air ride provides photo opportunities of these majestic creatures; like the bald eagle, the buffalo or American Bison is an enduring symbol of our great nation.