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The Texas Bluebonnet Trail

The Texas Bluebonnet Trail

$1705 / per person
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Join us for a fun-filled tour to Texas. Visit fascinating sites en route as well as a myriad of attractions in Texas. From German heritage to Presidential-related sites, this tour offers something for everyone.


Following government recommendations, Presley Tours has made the difficult decision to cancel our spring and some early summer tours. This is a temporary and precautionary measure to protect our community. We plan to operate the rest of our tour calendar as scheduled.
7 Days


Double:  $1,705/person

Single:  $2,360/person


6 Meals

Oklahoma City Memorial

Sixth Floor Museum

Dealey Plaza

Pioneer Plaza

Kennedy Memorial

George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

New Braunfels and Gruene City Tour with Local Guide

City Tour with Local Guide in San Antonio

The Alamo

Mission San Jose

The Mercado

San Fernando Cathedral

River Cruise

Tour of LBJ Ranch

Magnolia Market at the Silos

Moderate Activity Level

Reservation Info

Motor coach tour deposit due at time of booking: $50 per person refundable until 45 days prior.

Departure Info

Departing from: Decatur, Springfield, Litchfield, Pontoon Beach, South County/Marion, Mt Vernon, Nashville, Fairview Heights, Cape Girardeau, Evansville

  • Included
    Double Occupancy Rooms and Meals as Indicated
    Luggage Handling and Transfers
    Modern Motor Coach
    Professional Tour Guide
    Sightseeing and Admissions
    Tips and Taxes (for services rendered)

Tour Plan


Day 1 | Oklahoma City

Board the motor coach for a drive to the Oklahoma City area to overnight.

Day 2 | Dallas

Our first stop today is at the Oklahoma City Memorial, also known as the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial. Our journey continues to Dallas where we visit the Sixth Floor Museum, view the Kennedy Memorial and stop by Pioneer Plaza to marvel at the sculptures of the Texas cattle drive. We also visit the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Overnight in Waxahachie, Texas. (B)


Day 3 | Austin

Our journey today takes us to Austin, where we tour the interactive Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum which introduces us to the ìStory of Texas.î Travel into Texas Hill Country where we tour historic Gruene and New Braunfels with an enlightening and entertaining local guide. We continue to San Antonio, TX and the Drury Plaza Riverwalk our home for the next 3 nights. This evening we relax aboard our narrated tranquil cruise along the Paseo del Rio. (B)


Day 4 | San Antonio

This morning our local guide will meet us for a tour of the city. Visit the famed and historic Alamo where we walk in the footsteps of Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and other valiant men who will live in Texansí memories forever. Hear the Alamo story told under the six flags of Texas. Drive by Mission Concepcion, one of five missions in San Antonio. Tour Mission San Jose, known as the ìQueen of the Missions.î Lunch on your own and browse through shops at El Mercado. This afternoon we tour San Fernando Cathedral. The remainder of the evening is free to enjoy the sites along the Riverwalk. [B)


Day 5 | Fredericksberg

This morningís drive takes us into the famous Texas Hill County. At the LBJ Ranch near Stonewall, explore President Johnsonís birthplace, final resting place and see the Texas White House. Discover the Wildseed Farm where over 100 species of wildflowers, herbs and garden variety of flowers are grown. Continue to Fredericksburg, a German community with gingerbread trimmed houses, for lunch. Later, explore the quaint shops or visit the National Museum of the Pacific War, our countryís premier Museum dedicated to World War II. (B)


Day 6 | Waco – Hope, AR

We continue north today through Austin to Waco, TX. We stop at Magnolia Market at the Silos, owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of HGTVís Fixer Upper show, for some shopping time and lunch from the food trucks (weather permitting). We continue to Hope, AR for the evening. (B)


Day 7 | Return Home

We travel north through Arkansas today as our delightful getaway on The Texas Bluebonnet Trail comes to an end. As we travel back to the reality of the Midwest, reminisce with friends about the wonderful opportunity to visit the colorful and historic sites of Texas. (B)

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