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Horses, bourbon barrels, a Shaker Village & more!

Announcing our fall bus tour to beautiful

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
September 20 - 26, 2015
 
This trip truly promises something for everyone--with a rich assortment of horse farms, historic homes, bourbon distilleries, a Civil War site, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience off-the-beaten-path destinations that bring Kentucky's unique history--and present day--to life.
 
This seven day, six night trip includes deluxe motor coach and baggage handling, hotel accommodations, 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 4 dinners, and all admissions and attractions. The double occupancy price per traveler is $1,700 for members and $1,800 for nonmembers, and the single occupancy price is $2,100 for members and $2,200 for nonmembers.

Current Historical Society members have the first opportunity to register; registration will open to the general public April 15, 2015. To register, you must submit your full registration form and deposit to our office.
 
Learn about all of the details by downloading our brochure and registration form.

Click here to find out more about becoming a member and receiving a discount and advance registration for trips!
 
 
   Photo by Gene Burch
 

Our Historical Bus Tours take participants to unique sites throughout the midwest each spring and fall. Join us as we travel to regional destinations, take in historic sites, eat delicious local specialities, and share our love for history and culture.

Recent trips have included Milwaukee, Kansas City, and Agawa Canyon, Ontario.

Send us an e-mail to join our bus tour mailing list.

 
 
 Photo by Lee Thomas
 
 
 
  Photo by Cornett IMS
 
 
   Photo by Indianapolis Motor Speedway
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