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Day 1 | September 26 | Eau Claire, WI

Sit back and relax aboard our luxury motor coach and enjoy the beautiful scenery as you make your way to Eau Claire, WI. This afternoon on your Downtown Eau Claire Food and History Tour, you’ll learn the rich history of Eau Claire and how this thriving town has become a travel destination. Holiday Inn Eau Claire

Day 2 | September 27 | Oshkosh, WI

The majority of your day today will be at the Warrens Cranberry Festival and there is no better way to begin the day than with a guided Cranfest Marsh Tour. Your tour includes a visit to two local marshes where you’ll get an up close look at a cranberry bed and learn about how cranberries are grown and harvested. After your marsh tour, experience the festival at your leisure. The festival boasts over 800 arts and crafts booths, 300 flea market and antique booths, 100 farm market booths and over 100 food vendors! Hawthorn Suites * Breakfast Included

Day 3 | September 28 | Sister Bay, WI

Before departing Oshkosh today, you’ll have a guided tour of the EAA Aviation Museum. This is one of the most extensive aviation attractions in the world and features more than 200 historic aircraft. This afternoon visit Renard’s Cheese, a third-generation cheesemaker. Open Hearth Lodge * Breakfast Included

Day 4 | September 29 | Sister Bay, WI

Today begins with a guided Door County Peninsula tour. Your first stop will be Koepsel’s Farm Market where you can sample and purchase Wisconsin’s famous cheddar cheeses, dried cherries, homemade jams and jellies. Then on to the Bjorklunden Stave Chapel, patterned after the Stave Chapel in Lillehammer, Norway, and filled with beautiful wood carvings and paintings. A special treat this morning includes a Dan Meunier concert. Dan’s old-time music, comedy, and hymns are always a crowd pleaser. Following lunch you’ll tour the back roads and learn the history of each quaint village. There will be free time today in Fish Creek to shop at Founder Square. Dinner tonight is at the Log Den in Egg Harbor. Open Hearth Lodge * Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included

Day 5 | September 30 | Sister Bay, WI

Your guided tour of beautiful northern Wisconsin continues today with a ferry ride to Washington Island. As you sail to the island, your guide will explain the history of the outlying islands and lighthouses. Once on the island, visit West Harbor and learn about logging in the 1800’s. You’ll also see the Norwegian Stave Chapel and follow the prayer path to Trinity Lutheran Church and learn about life on the island. A visit to the historic Island Dair to see their Island Lavender fields concludes your morning. Following lunch your guide will take you to the Farm Museum to learn about island life without electricity. Before returning to the mainland, visit Jackson Harbor to learn about commercial fishing. Dinner this evening is at the Old Post Office for a traditional fish boil. Open Hearth Lodge * Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Included

Day 6 | October 1 | Wittenberg, WI

The day begins with a Swedish breakfast at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant and Butik. In addition to being known for the delicious Swedish fare, they have a sod roof where goats are commonly found grazing! A drive through Peninsula State Park, Wisconsin’s largest state park, allows you to experience the beauty of the shores and bluffs and will bring you to Eagle Bluff Lighthouse for a guided tour. Your day concludes with a Lambeau Field Stadium Classic Tour including the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame. Best Western Wittenberg Inn * Breakfast Included

Day 7 | October 2 | Home

As you near home today, you’ll stop for a tour of the Fagen Fighters WWII Museum in Granite Falls, MN. Home to a pristine collection of fully operational aircraft and vehicles from WWII and gives a rare look into the lives and legacy of the Greatest Generation. Breakfast Included



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Pricing Per Person Cash Or Check

  • $ 1,440 – Double
  • $ 1,330 – Triple
  • $ 1,260 – Quad
  • $ 1,910 – Single

Pricing Per Person Credit Card

  • $ 1,485 – Double
  • $ 1,370 – Triple
  • $ 1,300 – Quad
  • $ 1,965 – Single
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Tour Highlights

  • Eau Claire Food & History Walking Tour
  • Warrens Cranberry Festival
  • Cranfest Marsh Tour
  • EAA Aviation Center and Museum
  • Door County Peninsula Tour
  • Koepsel Farm Market
  • Bjorklunden Stave Chapel
  • Dan Meunier Concert
  • Ferry Ride to Washington Island
  • West Harbor
  • Norwegian Stave Chapel
  • Island Dairy & Island Lavender Fields
  • Washington Harbor with School House Beach
  • Washington Island Farm Museum
  • Eagle Bluff Lighthouse
  • Lambeau Field Stadium Tour & Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame Fagen Fighters WWII Museum
  • 6 Breakfasts / 2 Lunches / 2 DinnersHeart of Minneapolis Food Tour

Hosted By: Southwest Tour & Travel

Activity Level:

Guests should be prepared to walk slightly longer distances, climb stairs and tolerate periods of standing, for example on city walks, sightseeing, or ship excursions. The daily pace and timing can fluctuate significantly between longer and shorter travel days, with additional activities possibly occurring in the early morning or evening.