New River-Greenbrier Valley
These two great rivers set the scene for awesome outdoor
adventures, wonderful driving tours and four season activities.
During your visit, discover a region enriched by Native American,
Colonial, Civil War and coal mining history — along with some of
the state's top destinations for dining, arts and entertainment.
Suggested stops: Tamarack, Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine, Theatre West Virginia, Bramwell,
Pipestem Resort State Park, New River Gorge Bridge, Hawks Nest State Park, and The Greenbrier.
This dramatic landscape takes its name from two families who
fought a bitter feud, but the traditions of strength and valor reach
further back — this is the land of Chief Logan of the Mingo Tribe.
These ancient mountains weathered the Civil War and the Coal
Mine Wars and have emerged today as a place where heritage
trails are as abundant as ATV trails. African-American and West Virginia
immigrant populations have enriched and defined the region.
Division of Tourism
Suggested stops: Chief Logan State Park, Historic Matewan, Coal House, ATV trails
90 MacCorkle Avenue, SW
Ashland Company Store, and Madison's Coal Heritage Museum.
South Charleston, WV 25303
Mountain Lakes (304) 558-2288, ext. 334
The heart of the Mountain State is a place of large lakes and small 1-800-CAL L-W VA
towns, dense forests and deep historic roots. Visit the ancestral (United States and Canada)
home of Stonewall Jackson, or the site of the first land battle of the
Fax: (304) 558-0108
Civil War, or watch wildlife at the West Virginia State Wildlife Center.
Beautiful byways and backways wind through the region, including Web site: www.wvtourism.com
Mountain Parkway Byway arid Cedar Creek Road Backway.
Domestic Travel Contact:
Suggested stops: Jackson's Mill Heritage area, Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park, Stonewall Kathy A. Johnson, CTP
Resort, Flatwood Factory Stores, Mountain Lakes Amphitheater and Trans-Allegheny Asylum.
Metro Valley Services:
Imagine city life without all those issues that make you want to Web site
get away — the traffic, the hectic pace, and the crowds — but Photography
with all the good things: the arts, interesting foods, shopping, DVD
technology and good coffee. To this vision, add lush mountain Fam Tour Opportunities
scenery, wide rivers, easy access to several national recreation Escort Notes
areas and an absolute treasure trove of historic gems. Sample Itineraries
Suggested stops: West Virginia State Capitol Complex, Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences,
Heritage Farm Museum and Village, Blenko Glass, Tri-State Racetrack and Gaming Center and
the Mothman Museum.
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on an authentic sternwheeler. Take on 72 miles of an American wyriversports.com
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Suggested stops: Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park, Holl's Swiss Chocolatier, Oil and
Gas Museum, Historic Sistersville, R. C. Marshall Hardware Store and North Bend State Park.
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Historically and geographically, the Northern Panhandle has
been an important point of confluence, almost a magical place.
It was home to the Adena people, the last battle of the American
Revolution, the coming of the National Road, the first bridge
across the Ohio River, and an industrial boom that spawned
vast fortunes and Victorian mansions. In 1863, the state of
West Virginia was born in Wheeling. Thoroughbred horses and
,vd greyhound dogs lead the way to slot machines and table games.
Suggested stops: Oglebay Resort & Conference Center, West Virginia Independence Hall,
Wheeling Racetrack and Gaming Center, former West Virginia Penitentiary,
Homer Laughlin China, Mountaineer Racetrack and Gaming Center, and Thistle Dew Farm.
Mountaineers are independent, resourceful and courageous.
Events Mountaineers live life with gusto. This area offers magnificent
places to play, learn and live well. From dramatic gorges to
January ancient Cathedral Forest, the scenery is worthy of wonder.
Spa Fest, Berkeley Springs History lives here, too. A frontier-era fort, Civil War cemeteries,
museums and a New Deal-era homestead. In Mountaineer
February Country, history co-exists with energetic university communities,
Quilters Retreat, Cairo high-tech enterprises and a dynamic cultural scene.
Suggested stops: Arthurdale Heritage area, Prickett's Fort State Park, Coopers Rock State
March Forest, Mother's Day Shrine, Philippi Covered Bridge, West Virginia Public Theatre and
Civil War Weekend, Hurricane West Virginia University.
Ramp Cook-Off, Richwood Eastern Panhandle
Beginning in 1748, when he was a teenaged surveyor, George
May Washington spent a lot of time in what is now West Virginia's
Annual Scottish Festival Eastern Panhandle. He bought his first piece of property in 1750
and Celtic Gathering, Bridgeport and by 1777, he owned more land and began spending summers
in the area. Follow the Washington Heritage Trail through the
June area. More than a historical path, it's a journey through some
of the most beautiful countryside in America — endearing small
towns, fertile farmland, fern-filled forests and panoramic river
overlooks. Relax with a spa treatment, shop at an antique store or
explore a fine art gallery.
Mountain State Art and
Craft Fair, Ripley Suggested stops: Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Charles Town Races and Slots,
Bavarian Inn, Belle Boyd House, Berkeley Springs Historic State Park, DeFluir's Fine Chocolates,
August O'Hurley's General Store and The Woods Resort.
West Virginia State Fair, Fairlea
Check out a state map, and you'll notice a large green swath
Pickin' in the Panhandle,
along the eastern central portion of West Virginia. That's the
Monongahela National Forest — almost a million acres — and
much of it is in the Potomac Highlands region. The Allegheny
October Mountains ripple through this area, making for awesome outdoor
New River Bridge Day, Fayetteville adventures and splendid driving tours. These green mountains
also shelter a valuable diversity of plants and animals, some
November of them rare. Against this backdrop, the Potomac Highlands is
Festival of Lights, Wheeling full-to-bursting with mountain music, fine arts and handcrafts,
historical treasures, gracious lodgings and good things to eat.
December Suggested stops: Canaan Valley Resort State Park, Snowshoe Mountain Resort,
Feast of the Seven Fishes, Fairmont American Mountain Theater, Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Seneca Rocks Visitor Center,
Tygart Flyer, Cheat Mountain Salamander, Durbin Rocket and Potomac Eagle Railroads.
frir- RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
ALWAYS IN SEASON.
VIRGINIA'S HISTORIC RICHMOND REGION ... EASY TO LOVE CONTACT US
RICHMOND REGION OVERVIEW GETTING HERE BY MOTORCOACH
Ever since Patrick Henry uttered the words Location, loca- Janie Lawson
"give me liberty or give me death," the tion, location. Philkblphie
Tourism Sales Manager
Richmond Region has been a forerunner of At the junction ciAisod • Piit•trgh • 401 North 3rd Street
creating unforgettable experiences. From of Interstates • Columbus tballtlemoNall Richmond, VA 23219
Pocahontas and early settlers to Civil War 64 and 95, Wash
battlefields, history is around every corner the Historic Richmo Phone: 800.370.9004
in the Historic Richmond Region. Step into Richmond Ramie.
the Virginia Capitol, designed by Thomas Region is within Direct: 804.783.7409
Jefferson. Follow the footsteps of Civil War a day's drive of Fax: 804.780.2577
soldiers. Cruise along the first U.S. canal half the U.S. E-mail: email@example.com
system, designed by George Washington. population. We
Experience plantation life and walk along the are within a VisitRichmondVa.com/Groups
paths that led slaves to freedom. See world- two-hour drive
class museums, luxurious gardens, beautiful of the Atlantic The Richmond Metropolitan
architecture, a lively arts scene and exciting Ocean, the Blue Ridge Mountains and our Convention & Visitors Bureau
nightlife. See for yourself why the Richmond nation's capital. Only an hour from Wil- is a destination marketing
Region is so easy to love. liamsburg, Jamestown, Fredericksburg and organization representing
Charlottesville, we are a perfect destina- the counties of Chesterfield,
tion for your Eastern Virginia tours. Hanover, Henrico, New Kent,
TOUR IDEAS and the City of Richmond.
400 Years of History More than 5.7 million people
Heritage: African American and Jewish SERVICES FOR TOUR OPERATORS visit the Richmond Region
Science, Nature and Aviation Suggested Itineraries annually, contributing more
Group Tour Manual than $1.8 billion to the local
Historic Homes and Gardens economy.
Plantation Life Calendar of Events
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HISTORY. WISH YOU WERE HERE.
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HISTORIC HOMES & GARDENS TOUR
The Historic Richmond Region is rich in history, culture and beauty. Experience all three in one trip by touring some of the Region's
most historic homes, taking in the beauty of our luscious gardens and enjoying performances from a variety of entertainers.
Virginia Opera or Richmond Symphony. Begin your stay in Wilton House. Tour this Georgian-style plantation mansion
the Richmond Region with an evening of harmonious music. filled with fine silver, porcelain, textiles and furniture,
DAY2 Tuckahoe Plantation, Explore Thomas Jefferson's boyhood
home, including the building where Jefferson was schooled,
Agecroft Hall. Tour this 15th-centuty Tudor-style home that slave quarters and gardens.
was moved from England to the Richmond Region in 1925.
Richmond Ballet. Enjoy an evening of ballet performances.
Virginia House. This 16-century home was also transported
from England in 1925 and redesigned by Henry Grant Morse. DAY4
Shopping. Explore one of the Region's historic shopping areas Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Before you leave, take time to
or upscale malls. enjoy more than 40 acres of spectacular plants and flowers
along with the Garden's domed conservatory housing orchids,
Mystery Dinner Theater. Solve a comedy murder-mystery exotic plants and changing displays.
wile enjoying dinner
WHY THE RICHMOND REGION? • - - • -
» The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is home to the largest collection of Faberge eggs outside of Russia
» Monument Avenue is the only avenue designated a National Historic Landmark in the United States
» Richmond is within a day's drive of half of the U.S. population
» Henricus Historical Park, the second sucessful English settlement, is located here
» Richmond is the only urban setting in the United States with Class IV rapids running through it
» The first female and African-American U.S. bank president is memorialized at the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site
» Chief Justice John Marshall built his home here
» The Richmond Region has more shopping centers per capita than any other U.S. destination
ON THE RADAR SCREEN
POE REVEALED 2009: THE 200TH BIRTHDAY OF EDGAR ALLAN POE
Stay tuned for customized itineraries for Poe enthusiasts! Literary groups from across the nation will be enjoying "unhappy
hours" and visits to several designated Poe sites around the Richmond Region such as St. John's Church, Maymont, the Library
of Virginia and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Enjoy these and more exciting activities during your Richmond Region stay.
Check VisitRichmondVa.com or Poe200th.corn regularly as we update the itinerary choices for this year-long event.
THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CIVIL WAR: 2011-2015
The Richmond Region will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, which takes place from 2011 to 2015.
Great tour itineraries are being planned that your groups won't want to miss!
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April 1-4 Spring Quik Retreat
April 14 Remembering the Titanic
April IS Red Skelton Remembered
April 16-19 Spring Scrapbook Retreat
April 24-25 Wine Weekend
May 16 Smokin' In The Valley
Regional Chili Cook-off
May 16 Lorax Day
May 29-30 Wild Women's Weekend
June 5-7 Third Annual Southern Boreal
June 19-21 \AN Days Celebration - Civil
July 4-5 WindFest
July 4 Celebration of the Arts
Weekend (Wheeling Symphony)
July 11 Mid-Summer Walk Between
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Aug 1 Mid Summer Walk Between Canaan Valley Resort, nestled in cool mountain breezes will welcome your
the Parks the beautiful Monongahela National group upon arrival. We offer scrumptious
Aug 8 6th Annual BBQ Cook-off Forest in the Allegheny Mountains of food and more activities than you can
West Virginia, gives new meaning to possibly enjoy in one tour. Make Canaan
Aug 14-16 Flight of the Monarch Butterfly
the words "full service resort." Quiet Valley Resort and Conference Center
Aug 15 Purple Fiddle Music Fest nights, friendly staff, comfortable your tour destination for North Central
Sept 12 Canaan Appraisal Road rooms, breathtaking views, abundant West Virginia.
Show & Market wildlife, spectacular scenery and
Sept 25-26 Dolly Sods Fields of Fire
Oct 3 Wild Walks Weekend CULINARY UNIVERSITY
Oct 17 Oktoberfest
Executive Chef Nemat Odeh will captivate
Oct 16-18 Yoga Retreat
you with his culinary expertise. Volunteers
I-Z4 rall Uullters Ketreat from the group will help Chef Odeh
Oct 30-31 Haunted Weekend prepare tantalizing recipes; then the
group will sit down with him, enjoy the
Nov 6-8 Murder Mystery Weekend
feast, and engage in a question and
Nov 10 Red Skelton Remembered answer session. Pick from such topics as
Nov 13-15 Scrapbook Retreat (Bear Paw) Holiday Themes, Hors d'oeuvres, Seafood
or Italian, just to list a few.
Nov 14-16 Wine Weekend
Dec 4-6 Wild Women's Weekend
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DESCRIPTION: The EMPIRE HOTEL GROUP is a unique collection of 5 Hotels all located on Manhattan's West Side.
Each property has been fully renovated and range from Economy to First Class/Deluxe in pricing, quality and
standards. The following highlights each of our 4 group friendly locations.
The Lucerne: Treasured landmark built in 1905 restored as a luxury boutique hotel rated by AAA, is a 4 Star Hotel. A
201 W. 79th ST. NON SMOKING HOTEL. This Gem offers Nice Matin restaurant and sidewalk café, 24 hr. room service,
NY, NY 10024 concierge, business center, meeting facilities, valet dry cleaning service, fitness center & Spa Room, In Room
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Monica Spencer Channels including HBO, Complimentary WI FI and individual climate control. The hotel is situated on the
Ramos, DOS beautiful Upper West Side, a short walk to Central Park, Museum of Natural History & Rose's Planetarium.
Mercy Gomez, Sales Just minutes from Lincoln Center, Broadway and Times Square. Frommer's NYC Travel Guide rated the
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319 W. 48th St. comfort. The Belvedere's 400 Boutique style guest rooms and suites provide charm and understated
NY, NY 10036 elegance. A 4 Star Non Smoking Hotel. Facilities and services include: Concierge, Valet Parking, The
Tel: 212-245-7000 Belvedere Café, Gift Boutique, Guest Laundry Center, Business & Conference Center, Fitness Center and
Fax: 212-245-4455 renowned Brazilian Steak House, "Churrascaria Plataforma". Guest rooms provide custom designed
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Sales Coordinator within walking distance to Times Square, Restaurant Row, Radio City, Rockefeller Plaza, Carnegie Hall and
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515 W. 42nd St. deck/courtyard and swimming pool are surrounded by our guest rooms of which 125 offer 2 double beds, in-
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Robert Aaron, DOS conference room. Just 3 blocks from Times Square and Javits Convention Center, an Oasis on the West Side
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2528 Broadway plus much more. Our guest rooms offer Flat Screen TV's, iron and ironing boards, Wi-FI high speed
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kw, New York City 5 1/2 hrs 330
American Celebration Baltimore 2 1/2 hrs 145
Washington D.C. 2 hrs 109
on Parade Richmond 2 1/2 hrs 151
Lancaster 3 1/2 hrs 199
Pigeon Forge 6 hrs 375
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New Market Battlefield
State Historical Park
Route 11 Potato Chip Factory
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
Frontier Culture Museum
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Combination - Child $6
Caverns Only- Adult $ 10
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Thanksgiving Day Parades and Marketing aids - DVD's
PARADE ROMA Itinerary planning, photos
other national celebrations
Entertainment venue with stage
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Scheduled Group Tour Events
September 24 Ladies Day Out celebrating Red Hatters
November 14 "Shenandoah Uncorked" Wine Festival
April Virginia and Maryland Senior Day
May Springtime in the Country!
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ABOUT THE LOCATIONS:
Both Toby's locations are easily accessible from Washington D.C., Baltimore or Annapolis!
COWMBIA: Celebrating their 30th season, Toby's of
Columbia is a truly unique venue with award winning
productions in-the-round. The patron sits no more than 30
feet from the stage for a dynamic interactive experience.
Approximately 25 miles from Washington, D.C.
5900 Symphony Woods Road
Columbia, MD 21044
410-730-8311 or 1-800-88TOBYS
BALTIMORE: Toby's newest location in Baltimore features
award winning performances seen from tiered seating with
a conventional theatre format. There is a large stage and
cozy atmosphere for the perfect theatrical experience.
Approximately 4 miles from Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Located in the
Best Western Hotel and Conference Center
5625 O'Donnell Street,
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-649-1660 or 1 - 866 - 99TOBYS
BOTH THEATRES FEATURE:
• Broadway-style award winning musicals Live orchestra • 8 performances weekly including 2 matinees
• 7 Main Entrée Buffet • 2 Salad Bars . Vegetarian Friendly .. Make-Your-Own Sundae Bar • Free Motorcoach Parking
Complimentary Tickets for Escort and Driver
GROUP SERVICES AND POUCIES: MAJOR ATMACTIONS CLOSE BY:
Reservations are required. Washington D.C. and nearly • The Inner Harbor in Baltimore
Must have at least 15 in a group. 400 years of history Baltimore Orioles and
Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens
Groups of 20+ include a complimentary ticket for the
Washington Nationals The National Aquarium
escort and driver (per coach).
Historic Ellicott City, MD The Maryland Science Center
Payment: $200.00 per coach paid 30 days after Arundel Mills Mall Historic Annapolis, MD
placing reservation. Baltimore's historic Ghost Tours, Heritage Tours,
Cancellation: Deposits are nonrefundable but usable neighborhoods, battleships Agriculture Tours & More
for one year with any other group reservation. and sailing ships
Affiliations: ABA- American Bus Association • NTA- National Tour Association • SYR- Student & Youth Travel Association
Experience Historic Philadelphia
History that Speaks to You!
Lights of Liberty
Experience a New Revolution in 2010!
The 2010 Lights of Liberty season brings new sights and sounds to the revolution.
Updated technology, a brand new Liberty Center and many more surprises await your
group. Don't miss out and book your group on this new and improved Philadelphia
***prices to be announced
Independence After Hours Tour Operator Rate: $66.00 Inclusive
Start with a 3-course meal at the historic City Tavern. Next, venture out to Retail Rate: $80.00
Independence Hall for a behind-the-scenes look at the events that shaped
our nation's history. Here you'll witness Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, April thru mid June - Weekends Only
and John Adams finalize the Declaration of Independence. Mid June thru August -Tuesday thru
Top off the night with the spectacular Lights of Liberty Show!
1776: The Movie Musical
Experience this timeless musical classic with group sing-along and
act-along participation! It's an interactive movie-going experience
That has your entire group a part of the show...complete with props!
Tour Operator Rate: $10.00 Retail Rate: $15.00
Seven days a week (minimum iiroup rate varies)
Add a pizza party or boxed dinner in the theater
he Condense d, American Revolulit
_ctors portray multiple characters in this fast paced, comedic journey Tour Operator Rate: $12.00
" .oueh the American Revolution. Members of your group will join in Comp Policy: 1 per every 25 purcha se
the Boston Tea Party, visit Boston in the winter to throw snowballs
at the Redcoats, and one lucky member will be features in a highlight perform .of Paul Revere's famous iide!
Get your histoiy in the first person, from the likes of historical figures such as
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Ben Franklin,
This 50-minute presentation will give you an exclusive look into the minds of
Our Founding Fathers. Learn about their personal and political life right from
them. Founding Fathers will leave our rou with all their lin(Yerinu question
answered. Tour Operator Rate: $12.00 per person
1 comp tickets for every 25 purchased
Turmoil & Treason: The Path to Independence
Summer 1776: The Declaration is under debate. Walk with us and
encounter 18th-century townspeople with strong feelings on both sides,
of the debate. Loyalist or Patriot? Whose side will your group be on?
Tow- Operator Rate: $16.00 Retail: $201811/P.
1 comp ticket for every 25 purchased
Valley Forge After Hours
Spend an exciting evening at the famous encampment at Valley Forge
and see what nights were like for the Continental Army. Start with
a picnic dinner before checking in at Washington's Headquarters.
Kick back with your brigade around the group campfire as they tell
you the soldiers' tales.
Tour Operator Rate: $45.00 Retail: $55.00
Comp Policy: 1 per every 25 purchased
"Cheers" to the spirits of '76! Your group will enjoy traditional
drinks and a sip of the 18th-century history at Colonial and modern
day watering holes as your Colonial guide shares light-hearted
tales of the old.
iour Operator Rate: $23.00 Retail: $35.00
Betsy Ross House
No visit to Historic Philadelphia would be complete without a stop at the home
of America's most famous flag maker. Take an Audio Tour, visit the amazing gift
shop and enjoy free live entertainment
in the courtyard! Donation: Adults: $3.00 Students: $2.00
Melissa Nast - Group Sales Coordinator
Phone: (215)629-5801 ext 209 Fax: (215) 629-5814 melissa(q),historicphiladelphia.org
First Bank of the United States 116 S 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.historicphiladelphia.org 61109 - Prices listed are subject to change