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Enjoy an exciting and unique guided tour of downtown St. Louis, Forest Park or the Soulard/Lafayette Square Neighborhoods riding a Segway personal transporter. Tours last approximately three hours. Tours for up to eight people; minimum age 16; weight 100-270 pounds. Dress for outdoors and wear sensible shoes (no flip-flops).Your starting location and other details are provided upon booking. See our website for details and schedules. April through October.
Training on a Segway is provided. Personal charter tour or event is available.
Enjoy Hannibal on a specialized group tour, with options for historic tours and haunted tours.
Walk the streets where young Samuel Clemens roamed; hear stories from Hannibal's frontier days and its amazing growth as a center of commerce. Lumber, railroads, pork packing, mining and the wealth of the Gilded Age are all just portions of Hannibal's fascinating past.
Step-on tours for groups are available.
Explore our self-guided, scenic driving tour of old Route 66, between Exit 145 and Exit 169 of I-44. A brochure is available at the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau; you can download it Here.
For motor coach groups, a step-on tour guide program is available. Call for details.
Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36. A trip across northern Missouri features iconic American stories about the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain, to name just a few. To obtain a copy of the audio CD that accompanies this tour, please contact the Hannibal Convention and Vistors Bureau at the address shown.Please note, the address and hours provided with this listing is for the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau, not one of the tour stops. It is the location to pick up the audio CD that accompanies this tour.For contact information on the Highway 36 tour in Northwest Missouri, please click the link: Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius (Northwest).
Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36. A trip across northern Missouri features iconic American stories about the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain, to name just a few. To obtain a copy of the audio CD that accompanies this tour, please contact the St. Joseph Convention and Vistors Bureau at the address shown.
Please note, the address and hours provided with this listing is for the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau, not one of the tour stops. This is the location to pick up the audio CD that accompanies this tour.
For contact information on the Highway 36 tour in Northeast Missouri, please click the link: Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius (Northeast).
Dawt Mill is offering Ozark Mill Tours beginning at Dawt Mill. A one week minimum notice is required as well as a minimum of 10 participants and maximum of 30. Groups can travel to Dawt Mill or be picked up from any motel in West Plains or location to begin their tour.
Price of tour includes a boxed lunch and bottled water. The duration of the tour is 4-5 hours and includes a visit to Rockbridge Mill, Hodgson Mill and Zanoni Mill as well as Dawt Mill. Special lodging rates, based on availability, with the Ozark Mill Tour paid admission. The cost of the tour is $25 per person beginning at Dawt Mill, $2 per mile per group if picked up in West Plains.
One of the first concrete-paved portions of Missouri's highway system was the stretch of road west of Carthage to Joplin, laid in 1920. In 1926, this route became part of Route 66.
Along the route today you find Kellogg Lake, Powers Museum, Carthage Municipal Park, Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre, 66 Drive-In and the 1939 Boots Motel.
This is a step-on bus tour.
Note: the address shown is the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau.
Stroll the historic business district and enjoy the stories the buildings have to tell. Pick up your free Heritage Trail brochure and map at the Katy Depot Welcome Center.
This one-day tour guides participants through the early history of Saint Joseph, Missouri. The group will make three stops, all at sites that have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
10 a.m.-11 a.m.: Robidoux Row Museum
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.: Gothic House Tea and Eatery
1:30 p.m.-3 p.m.: Shakespeare Chateau Inn
Tour cost is $27, including tax. Gratuities are discretionary, and always appreciated. Tours are arranged by appointment only, but are available both weekdays and weekends. Maximum number of tour participants is 50 people. The three stops on the tour are mostly indoors in climate-controlled spaces, and the facilities are not fully handicapped accessible. Restrooms are available at all three stops. Participants should expect short distance/slow walking and some stairs.
Step Back in Time Tours is a Receptive Tour Operator with a Step-on-tour guide service. Jamesport is home to not only the largest Old Order Amish Colony west of the Mississippi River but also the oldest and Only Amish Colony in MO that permits tours of the Colony. Our tour guide joins your group for an entertaining and educational 2.5 hour tour. This is an excellent tour for all ages and all sizes of groups.
Tours are given in your car, RV or bus, not in an Amish buggy.
You are whisked back in time for an up-close and inside view of one of the strictest Amish colonies left in the world today; they still live as their ancestors did 100 years ago, using no electricity and using horses for their work and transportation. Living in today's modern world, armed with only an 8th-grade education, they continue to survive. Tours include an Amish home, stables, and farm, where an Amish family demonstrates their lighting, heating, cooling, and tools. They answer all of your questions about how and why they live as they do.
We visit the nostalgic paradise of the Amish country stores, nestled away in the Amish countryside, where you may make a purchase from one-of-a-kind hand-crafted furniture, quilts, jams, spices, baskets, rugs, clocks, books, and other items. Yes, we stop at an Amish bakery. As we tour the countryside, we are greeted by many Amish families in horse-drawn buggies. We pass a one room school, farms, a saw mill, deer farms, a cemetery and so much more.
Cost: $40 for up to five people; additional persons, $8 each. Groups of 10 or more; $7 per person. We welcome charter bus groups, schools, churches, bank travel clubs, bus tour operators and groups of all sizes.
Because of the popularity of this tour and arrangements to be made with our Amish friends, reservations are required and should be made well in advance.
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