Historic Ohio – Jun 6-7, 2019
Historic Spaces and Patriotic Places
Thursday, June 6 – Friday June 7, 2019
$269.00 per person double
$249.00 per person triple
$229.00 per person quad
$349.00 per person single
Depart Lafayette at 7:00 AM, Lebanon at 7:30 AM and Indianapolis at 8:00 AM.
Includes motorcoach transportation, 1 night lodging, 2-meals (1 breakfast & 1 lunch), admissions per itinerary and Imperial Escort.
Young’s Jersey Dairy– In the rolling hills east of Dayton, OH is a 149 year old working dairy farm producing their own cheese and ice cream. You will enjoy an included lunch at the Golden Jersey Inn and have time to visit the goats and grab some homemade ice cream, gelato or sorbetto at the Dairy Store!
National Veterans Memorial and Museum– Our nation’s newest national museum and memorial, it’s a living tribute to over 40 million Americans who have served the nation since its founding. The building’s intersecting, concentric rings represent the branches of service supporting one another and inside, the stories of our veterans; their families and the Fallen, across all branches of service and all eras of conflict are told together.
Noble Cut Distillery– Enjoy a tasting of 240 year old recipe that was acquired by an Italian grandma, Seraphina and perfected by Tony, a back woods Ozarks bootlegger. Taste Limoncello and other fine spirits at Nobel Cut Distillery; Gahanna, Ohio’s most unique distillery.
Easton Town Center– With more than 26 million visitors per year, Easton is the Midwest’s premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination featuring nearly 300 best-in-class retailers alongside Columbus’ most exciting dining options, Ohio’s largest movie theatre, a world-class comedy club, and pedestrian-friendly open-air town squares, fountains, and parks.
Franklin Conservatory– Enjoy the beauty of the natural world no matter the weather or time of year. See exotic plant life from around the world, seasonal floral displays and the Dale Chihuly’s vibrant glass artwork exhibit. Chihuly at the Conservatory has had record-breaking attendance.
National Museum of the US Air Force– The oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world — located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton, Ohio. Four buildings covering the early years of military aircraft to presidential aircraft, Bob Hope’s 50 years of HOPE exhibit and special collections such as President and Mrs. Kennedy’s Air Force One blankets and the President’s typewriter.