About this Tour

Let art, beauty and history unfold before your eyes!

Activity Level

Very little physical activity is involved other than boarding the coach, city walks and short walks to dinners and sites of interest, some of which are large and may have uneven surfaces and steps.

What's Included

  • All Breakfasts Included
  • Three days admission to the American Quilters Society Annual Quilt Week Show
  • One-year membership to the American Quiters Society
  • Admission to the National Quilt Museum
  • Admission to The Arch Museum
  • St. Louis Riverfront Cruise
  • Visit/shopping at the Missouri Star Quilt Company
  • Tour of Boys Town
  • WestWorld Tours Farewell Dinner

Dates & Pricing

April 18, 2021 – April 29, 2021 Space Available
April 19, 2021 – April 27, 2021 Space Available

Weather Varies

We wish we could control the weather, but on the day this tour begins you can expect temperatures (°C) within this range:

Paducah

Highs21
Lows8

Itinerary

Let art, beauty and history unfold before your eyes!

Day 1 – Saskatchewan to Winnipeg, MB

Travel from your home city to Winnipeg today to begin your journey.

Day 2 – Winnipeg to Minneapolis, MN

Enjoy the ride as we travel to Minneapolis

 

*Fly Coach passengers will fly to Minneapolis today.

Day 3 – Minneapolis to Bloomington, IL

Anticipation builds as we make our way to Bloomington.

Day 4 – Bloomington to Paducah, KY

We arrive early in the afternoon and head to the American Quilters Society Annual Quilt Week Show. This is the place to be if you love everything quilting. The show features instruction, exhibits, and vendors galore displaying their products and services. Fabrics, patterns, crafts, gifts, accessories, sewing machines and more!

Day 5 – Paducah

Spend the day at the American Quilters Society Annual Quilt Week Show. So much to see and do! Enjoy the variety of special quilt exhibits at the Paducah show.

A one-year membership to the American Quilters Society is included. Discounts are available at the show which is included in your membership.  Prior to your arrival, consider online prepayment and preregistration for onsite classes/lectures.

Day 6 – Paducah

Enjoy the last full day of the American Quilters Society Annual Quilt Week Show. The vendors offer the newest tools and trends in the quilting industry.

There is a free shuttle from the convention centre to the National Quilt Museum. A ticket to the show is included.  Explore the museum at your leisure and see some of the most spectacular quilt and fiber art in the world. The museum has more than 110,000 visitors per year and features three exhibit galleries. Open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  You can go on any day of the Show.

Day 7 – Paducah to St. Louis, MO

It’s your last chance at the American Quilters Society Annual Quilt Week Show, so be sure to visit your favourite spots just in case you missed something the first time!

Depart for St. Louis, arriving in the late afternoon. Enjoy a free evening to relax!

Day 8 – St. Louis to Kansas City

After breakfast, visit The Arch Museum featuring several historical galleries spanning from 1764 to 1965, telling the story of the Native Americans, explorers, pioneers and rebels in American history. Learn about Colonial St. Louis, Jefferson’s Vision, Manifest Destiny, The Riverfront Era, New Frontiers and building the Gateway Arch.

(Note: museum visit only – no tram ride to the top. The tram ride to the Top of the Gateway Arch is not fully accessible for guests with mobility impairments, as no wheelchairs, scooters or strollers are permitted on the observation deck. To reach the top and return, you must be able to manage at least 96 steps, divided into six flights, and you may need to stand for 30­–60 minutes. No seating or restrooms are located at the top of the arch.)

After visiting the museum, we’ll go on a daytime St. Louis Riverfront Cruise. Sit back, enjoy the scenery and learn more about the sights and history of St. Louis in this narrated cruise along the Mississippi river.

In the early afternoon, we will depart for Kansas City. Tonight, there will be a free evening to explore or relax. Check out the local restaurants and experience Kansas City’s unique barbecue scene.

Day 9 – Kansas City to Hamilton to Council Bluffs, IA

This morning we will depart for Hamilton arriving midmorning for some shopping at the Missouri Star Quilt Company. Hamilton is a quilter’s paradise with 12 themed quilt shops and the Main Shop at the Missouri Star Quilt Company. Check out the patterns, Missouri Star branded fabric and thread, as well as the souvenirs. Learn more about your craft and plan your next quilting project.

Day 10 – Council Bluffs to Watertown, SD

*Passengers on the Fly Coach tour will fly out today prior to the Boys Town visit.

Discover the world-famous historic village of Boys Town on this guided tour of the national headquarters and largest child-care facility in Nebraska. Created by Father Edward Joseph Flanagan in 1921, Boys Town offers a safe haven for children removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. They are provided with care and compassion and integrated into a family unit where they’re taught social and independent living skills to help them succeed.

We will depart from Omaha after lunch arriving at Watertown in the late afternoon.

Enjoy the WestWorld Tours Farewell Dinner and reminisce about the fun and lasting memories you’ve made along the way.

Day 11 – Watertown to Winnipeg, MB

Travel from Watertown to Winnipeg.

Day 12 – Winnipeg to Saskatchewan

Almost home! Travel from Winnipeg to Saskatchewan.

What you will experience on this tour

Let art, beauty and history unfold before your eyes!

Missouri Star Quilt Company

Quilters, this is the pièce de résistance - the day you have waited for! Hamilton is a quilter’s paradise with 12 themed quilt shops and the Main Shop at the Missouri Star Quilt Company. Check out the patterns, Missouri Star branded fabric and thread, as well as the souvenirs. Learn more about your craft and plan your next quilting project.

Historic Village of Boys Town

When Father Edward J. Flanagan purchased the Overlook Farm in 1921, it became the new, permanent site of Boys Town. Over the decades that followed, schools, churches and homes were built, and tens of thousands of young lives were transformed. When you visit the​ Village ​of Boys Town, a National Historic Landmark District, you’ll get an unforgettable ​glimpse ​into the history of ​an organization that has ​given ​​new hope ​​​to so many ​at-risk children over the past 100 years.

Dates & Pricing

Let art, beauty and history unfold before your eyes!

April 18, 2021 – April 29, 2021 Space Available
April 19, 2021 – April 27, 2021 Space Available


Canadian Dollars

$2,999 Double

Triple $2,699
Quad  $5,599
Single $4,429

Passengers not needing rooms in Winnipeg deduct:

$100 Double

Triple $65
Quad $50
Single $200

*All prices are per person.

Not included in price:

  • Taxes and fees

Total Meals: All breakfasts, 1 dinner 

Fly & Coach 

$2,539 Double

Triple $2,339
Quad $2,279
Single $3,559

*All prices are per person.

Not included in price:

  • Taxes and fees
  • Airfare

Total Meals: All breakfasts


U.S. Dollars

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