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The Dixie Trip 3/14-23
The Dixie Trip 3/14-23

02/08/2014

Go South, to the land of Dixie with WNAX!

This is a 10-day, 9 night trip to St. Louis, Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, Branson and Kansas City.  This trip is March 14-23.

Day 1: Travel to Kansas City; Visit the World War I museum; dinner & show at New Theatre Restaurant 

Day 2: Travel to St. Louis and tour the Budweiser Brewery

Day 3: We travel from St. Louis, MO to Louisville, KY where we will tour Churchill Downs and visit the Kentucky Derby Museum

Day 4:  Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Louisville Slugger Factory & Museum; travel to Nashville.

Day 5:  Visit the Ryman auditorium, Grand ‘ol Opry and other sites.

Day 6:   Off we go to Memphis, TN to visit “The King” at Graceland, Elvis Presley’s mansion. Before we get to Memphis, well make a quick stop at the the Buford Pusser home & Museum.

Day 7:   We’re headed to Branson, MO!  We will get into town early enough to take in a show!

Day 8:   We will spend the entire day in Branson.  While in town we will enjoy 2 shows and some shopping.

Day 9:   We travel to Kansas City and will visit the Truman Library & Museum

Day 10: Time to go home!

Included in the trip:
Motor coach transportation Hotel accommodations Admission for all tours/events

Price: $1,399 per person double; $1,299 per person triple; $1,199 per person quad; $1,849 per person single

If you have questions or would like to book the trip, call Steve Crawford at 605-857-0753 or Connie at the WNAX front desk at 800-843-0089.

Email scrawford@wnax.com

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