MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL-BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA

TRACING THE HISTORY OF THE GREAT FRONTIER

JULY 7-15, 2018


We are WESTWARD HO and hope you can join us as we visit these spectacular and memorable places!  We will journey to places where you can trace the history of the Great Western Frontier!

 Included in this tour:

- Mt. Rushmore - America’s Shrine of Democracy covering 1,278 acres

High Plains Western Heritage Center - founded to honor the Old West Pioneers
Guided tour of the Cowboy Town of Deadwood, South Dakota former home to Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. 

Journey Museum - where U can learn the history of the Black Hills.
Crazy Horse Memorial - where U will see the magnificent sculpture of Korczak Ziolkowski, learn its history & view a multitude of Native American photographs and art work.
The Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD - where the Palace is redecorated each year with naturally colored corn and other grains using 13 different colors or shades to create murals. 
Badlands National Park - where rugged beauty contains geologic deposits of the world’s richest fossil beds & where ancient mammals like the rhino, horse and saber-toothed cat once roamed.
Wall Drug Store - a 76,000 sq, ft. wonderland that includes the “Western Art Gallery Restaurant” & shopping of a great selection of  Western items, authentic native South Dakota Jackalopes, exquisite fine art and a unique assortment of souvenirs.
National World War I Museum, Kansas City, MO

R/T via deluxe new motor coach.  F/T tour escort. 9 days / 8 nights - 4 consecutive nights in South Dakota; 8 bkfsts, 6 dinners, all admissions to all attractions.  

COST:  $966. pp double occupancy / single add $330. ….. For reservations call: 205-617-7866

$100. due NOW to secure your reservation - FINAL PAYMENT DUE: on or before April 30, 2018

No refunds after final payment date.  Trip insurance is available and recommended.

U.S. PRESIDENTS:

GEORGE WASHINGTON
      (1732-1799)


THOMAS JEFFERSON
      (1743-1826)

THEODORE ROOSEVELT
       (1858-1919)

ABRAHAM LINCOLN
       (1809-1865)

- "In the Spirit of Discovering Wonderful Places"-