The Great Midwest
From the Windy City to the Heartland of America and some of the most spectacular sights God has ever created!
This tour combines the lights of the big city with canyons, rivers, iconic American treasures and so much more! Come explore it all with us!
Below are just a few of this area's top attractions.
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Sightseeing Tour of Chicago
This exciting tour includes plenty of culture, entertainment, shopping and dining. Experience downtown Chicago home of Millennium Park where you’ll find the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, the amazing Crown Fountain and the Cloud Gate sculpture. The world famous Sear’s Tower is also part of the tour along with the Chicago Board of Trade and the stunning shoreline of Lake Michigan.
Follow the Golden Arches into the city where Lewis and Clark started their historic expedition. Begin by taking a high speed elevator to the top of the Arches, 630 feet in the air and enjoy the fine view of the Gateway City. Then explore the Thomas Jefferson National Expansion Museum. Cruise on a 19th century paddleboat replica around the mighty Mississippi. Visit the new Busch Stadium or spend the day at the St. Louis Six Flags amusement park. And of course you must visit the always free St. Louis Zoo.
Plenty of fun indoor and outdoor activities await you in Rapid City. Take the City View Trolley for an entertaining and educational tour of the city or get up and person with wildlife at Bear Country, USA and Reptile Gardens. For the history buff spend some time at The Journey Museum and learn all about how the area surrounding Rapid City and Black Hills was settled. There are also great water parks, fabulous dining and wonderfully unique shopping opportunities.
Black Hills and Sioux Falls
Pine clad mountains, waterfalls, bison and elk, Old West landmarks like Wounded Knee; these are some of the legendary sights and sounds you’ll experience. Then spend some time in Sioux Falls where there is plenty of shopping, museums, entertainment and other attractions like Falls Park the picturesque waterfalls of the Big Sioux River located only a few blocks from the downtown.
So much to do in the Dells! From waterparks to riverboat rides, all types of outdoor activities along with shopping, fine dining, museums, bowling, adventure parks…if you are looking for a wide variety of vacation options, the Wisconsin Dells has it all!
Mall of America
Covering 97 acres and providing parking for over 15,000 vehicles, this is the Mother of all Malls. With over 400 stores, attractions, food courts and even an aquarium and an 18 hole miniature golf course, there is so much more to do and see when you need a break from shopping.
Take a self guided audio tour of the majestic beauty of the surrounding Black Hills and Mount Rushmore. Carved into the granite by Danish-American sculptor Gutzon Borglum and his son Lincoln Borglum are the heads of four of our past Presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Lincoln.
A Moorish Revival styled building decorated with crop art including murals and designs made from actual corn and other grains. The exterior murals are completely stripped, then redesigned and replaced with a new theme and fresh corn every year. Home to the annual Corn Palace Festival, the Corn Palace Stampede Rodeo and the Corn Palace Polka Festival, the Corn Palace also hosts different stage shows and sporting events throughout the year.
Wall Drug Store
Open since 1931 Wall Drug is so much more than just your average drug store. Employing nearly one third of everyone who lives in or near Wall, South Dakota, this sprawling tourist mall welcomes over a million visitors each year. Take your picture next to life-sized T-Rex, enjoy live entertainment including the famous Chuck Wagon Quartette, buy a 5 cent cup of coffee and a homemade donut or have a glass of ice cold water from the famous ice-water well out in the backyard. This is definitely a must see piece of Americana.
Located in Independence Missouri, this museum was the first presidential museum created and is dedicated to preserving all the papers, artifacts and other personal items of the 33rd President of the United States. Included is Truman’s working office where he went on a daily basis until his death in 1972. Truman is buried in the Library’s courtyard along with the remains of his wife, daughter and son-in-law.
For over 94 years the Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede has entertained generations of all ages. You’ll enjoy team roping, bull and bareback riding along with barrel racing and steer wrestling. All seating is covered and there is great concession food.
Big Horn Mountains
This outdoor paradise is filled with fun recreational activities including fishing, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching, and in the winter, skiing and sledding. The landscape is diverse, ranging from rugged alpine peaks to acres of arid desert, towering evergreen forests and grass and wildflower prairies.
On the banks of the Mississippi in Little Falls, Minnesota is the Charles Lindbergh boyhood home complete with original family furnishings and possessions. The home was built in 1906 and some of the rooms also include hundreds of photographs and rare artifacts. On the grounds is a full scale replica of the Spirit of St. Louse cockpit and the restored 1959 Volkswagen he drove through four continents including Africa.