Travel with Us

Travel with Us

Join our History First tours for a Holiday Delights adventure in Minneapolis/St. Paul!

Our tours offer a unique opportunity for travelers to experience full-service travel arrangements while exploring the history and culture of each destination. Step aboard a deluxe coach, and we’ll take care of everything! Our experienced tour guide works with experts in each community to identify little-known sites and to create truly distinctive tour packages. Join us as we travel to regional destinations, take in historic sites, eat delicious local specialties, and share our love for history and culture.

History First tours are open to anyone interested in travel. Members of the Cedar Falls Historical Society and the First Friends Club of First National Bank do receive travel discounts. However, new travelers are always welcome. Joining the Historical Society is an economical way to save on trips!

Recent trips have included Chicago, Kansas City, Dubuque, and the Agawa Canyon.

Subscribe to the Historical Society’s e-newsletter for trip updates, or e-mail us your address to join our History First mailing list.

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

Tuesday, November 28 – Friday, December 1

Join History First for four days and three nights in Minneapolis for a spectacular holiday tour featuring many holiday displays, shopping time, entertainment, and great food. 

Download our brochure to find out more information and to register. 

Subscribe to the Historical Society’s e-newsletter for trip updates, or e-mail us your address to join our History First mailing list.

Photo credits: Meet Minneapolis, Visit St. Paul
“The bus trip to historical neighborhoods of Chicago was a fabulous experience. [The tour guides] have a gift that they are sharing with all of us by organizing such remarkable journeys. These trips are exhilarating. No one was ever late, no whining, no complaining, and the selection of sites was so varied that it gave a variety of museums, historical venues, and architectural magnificent beauty.”
– Jim Kenyon, traveler
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