USA Tours

Updated: Nov. 29th, 2017

Florida Winter Vacation
12th Annual Quilter’s Patchwork Tour

Chicago – My Kind of Town
Dover International Speedway “The Monster Mile” NASCAR Racing
Music Cities of Tennessee - Memphis & Nashville
The Best of New York City
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, & Frankenmuth, Michigan (Fall)
Erie, Pennsylvania Shopping Trip
Lancaster, Pennsylvania – Bonnets, Buggies & Back Roads featuring the Miracle of Christmas
Frankenmuth, Michigan – a little Christmas Magic
Hot Air Balloon Championships in Frankenmuth, Michigan
Autumn Cape Cod Vacation
Blue Jays Road trip To Boston
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – Oceanfront Holiday
Chicago International Quilt Festival Tour
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, Mount Pleasant, Michigan (Spring)

Branson Country Christmas Music Tour
Erie, Pennsylvania Shopping Trip
Washington, DC including Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Chicago – My Kind of Town
Christmas Magic in Frankenmuth, Michigan
All Roads Lead to Quilting 2016
Hot Air Balloon Championships in Frankenmuth, Michigan
Springtime in New England
Autumn Cape Cod Vacation
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, Mount Pleasant, Michigan (Spring)
Soaring Eagle Casino Resort & Spa, Mount Pleasant, Michigan (Fall)
Savannah, Georgia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Annual Quilter’s Patchwork Tour
Branson Springtime Country Music Tour
Charlotte Motor Speedway - Heart of NASCAR



Tuesday, April 3 to Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Calling All Quilters – Save the

date! 12th Annual Quilter’s Patchwork Tour – Destination - Kentucky

There’s only one Kentucky …..a place of unmatched experiences and unbridled

sprit. Kentucky is known for beautiful horse farms and the greatest two minutes in

sports – the Kentucky Derby. 95% of the world’s Bourbon is made in Kentucky.

Louisville boasts award winning restaurants and holds the secret to BBQ. With a

vibrant Arts and Crafts community, rich history, and beautiful scenery, Kentucky is

the Place You’ll Want to Visit again and again.


Creativity is the common thread that connects people from around the globe to

Paducah,  a designated UNESCO Creative City. Anchored by the National Quilt

Museum and a thriving fiber arts community, Paducah is a haven for creative thinkers and doers who find inspiration here. At the heart of America’s inland waterways, the river contributes to the constant flow of Paducah’s engaging energy and fascinating history. From the colorful revitalization of the Lower Town Arts District to the vibrant streets of 19th century architecture in Historic Downtown, Paducah invites visitors to immerse themselves in rich American heritage and  distinctively creative culture - and find your inspiration in Paducah!


Tentative Itinerary: 8 days

This year our destination is Paducach, Kentucky with lovely stops along the way that will include: Lexington, The Kentucky Horse Park, Bardstown,  Berea Artisans Centre, Elizabethtown, Bourbon Distillery tour, Bluegrass Music, Hannock Fabrics, The National Quilt Museum, UNESCO Creative Site, Louisville, Northern Kentucky, dining experiences and a wide variety of Quilt & Fabric Stores.

Call our office if this tour sparks your interest and you would like a detailed

itinerary with pricing.



A Valid Canadian Passport
- the best form of Identification

As of June 1, 2009, a Valid Canadian passport is required for those travelling to the United States by land, air or cruise ship.

Canadian Residents Holding non-Canadian Passports: Upon entry into the USA by land, you must fill out Form I-94, and pay $6 US per person. Upon your return to Canada, the form must be presented to the customs office as proof that you have left the USA.

Hamilton Tours staff advise passengers of their travel document requirements, but we will not be responsible for passengers denied access to the US, or for re-entry into Canada. If this happens, you will be responsible for your own transportation home.

To facilitate border crossing, please keep your identification on your person.


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