Walking Food Tour- Southern Part of Heaven and Paris of the Piedmont On this leisurely walk through the downtown streets of Chapel Hill & Carrboro
Your guide will provide insights into distillation and fermentation science, viticulture, and all things tasty.
The new St. George / Art and Studio Tour is a free, self-guided weekend tour and celebration of the St George Art community! As part of a county-wide Art and Studio Tour season, it will run the 3rd week of the month, from Sept.-June.
Join a Garden Docent for an hour-long, guided tour of the Gardens on Spring Creek - the Fort Collins Botanic Garden.
Come have a blast deep in the forest with a professional naturalist guide and, like a true Bendite, enjoy a hand-crafted micro-brew while staring at magnificent mountain vistas! We blaze our own trail away from other people to little known viewpoints.
The “From Shore to Sea” lecture series is sponsored by Channel Islands National Park. The purpose of the series is to further the understanding of current research on the Channel Islands and surrounding waters. Past lecture topics have included the recovery of the sea otter populations in southern California water, the French and Italian heritage of Santa Cruz Island, survival strategies of open water fishes, new approaches to understanding kelp forest ecosystem health, and park efforts to restore the Prisoners Harbor wetland.
These large, cool lava tube caves are fun and fascinating for the whole family. Outfitted with helmets and headlamps our guides will help you discover secret rooms, great cave history and what lives and grows in the caves.
Experience Aiken’s grace, charm and elegance during this 2 hour guided tour aboard our Trolley (bus depending on weather). On the tour, you’ll see and hear about…
• Historic Homes and Churches
• Equestrian Sites
• The Civil War’s Battle of Aiken
• The Live Oak Canopy on South Boundary
• A guided walk through Hopelands Gardens, the Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame & Musuem (weather permitting).
• And much more…
Thunderbird Lake Tahoe docent-guided tours arriving by land operate Tuesday through Saturday from the Tuesday before Memorial Day weekend through mid-October.
The Art Around the Corner Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts, enriching the community, and bringing fine arts to the heart of historic St. George.
Fermentation is the magical preservation process that transforms ordinary ingredients into the extraordinary beer, wine, spirits, breads and cheeses that we so love. Join a culinary adventurer as we learn about this chemical process that has been a staple of human nutrition since the dawn of humanity.
Mesilla (“Little Tableland”) is the best-known and most visited historical community in Southern New Mexico. Since its’ beginning, around 1848, Mesilla has had a major influence on the economic, cultural, historical, and political life of the Mesilla Valley.
If you are someone who seeks excitement, natural beauty, adventure and great wine in a single experience, then Central Coast Jeep Tour Adventure is the best choice you could possibly make.
On the Local Pour Tour, you will gain insights into each process along the way and your guide will help weave together all three artisanal practices.
The Highlands Center for Natural History offers a wide range of educational program opportunities for people of all ages. These programs vary by season and may include beginning nature study sessions, more advanced Insights Into the Outdoors, greenhouse tours, Naturalist Field Walks or family activities.
Chapel Hill history is abundant with strong, influential women. Learn about the ladies who helped shape the history of the town and the University on this walking tour.
Join a Bend expert from Visit Bend for a free one-hour guided tour of the historic downtown core.
Experience the epochs of the Athens Music Scene with music historian, Paul Butchart, on an Athens Music History Tour. Coinciding with AthFest, these tours will take place Sat., June 21, 10:30 a.m., and Sun., June 22, 10:30 a.m. All tours depart from the Athens Welcome Center at 280 E. Dougherty St.