Mid-American Coaches
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Motor Coach Tour

Pioneer Woman's Mercantile

Wednesday, June 6 - Friday, June 8, 2018

Highlights:   (Inclusions subject to change)

 - Tour Will Rogers Memorial Museum
 - Visit Phillips Petroleum Museum
 - Visit Woolaroc Retreat
 - Visit The Pioneer Woman Mercantile
 - Visit Har-Ber Village
 - Grove City Tour with Cayuga Mission
 - Local Guide in Oklahoma
 - Two Breakfasts, Two Dinners
 - Two Nights Lodging
 - Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
 - Trip Cancellation Insurance available upon request

Departure Points:
Lowe’s in Kirkwood:  Depart 7:00 AM / Return 6:30 PM
Washington:  Depart 8:00 AM / Return 5:30 PM

Wednesday, June 6
Today we arrive in Oklahoma mid-afternoon where we will meet our local guide before arriving in Claremore at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum which pays tribute to the life of Will Rogers, humorist and entertainer. The grounds contain the tomb of Rogers while the twelve galleries feature art and artifacts of Rogers’ life as an author, trick roper, radio commentator, philanthropist, newspaper columnist, and Ziegfeld Follies Star. Dinner is included before we settle in for the night in Claremore. (D)  
Thursday, June 7
Enjoy a continental breakfast at the hotel before we depart and travel to Bartlesville to visit the Phillips Petroleum Museum. The museum takes us through the early days of oil and gas production and years of product development with a heavy emphasis on aviation as we explore the interactive exhibits. The Phillips Brothers, Frank and L.E. Phillips hit their first gusher in the middle of Indian Territory and continued with 81 wells in a row without a dry hole. After lunch on your own we will explore the ranch retreat of Frank Phillips. Hidden away in the rugged Osage Hills of Northeast Oklahoma the retreat is known as Woolaroc, which stands for woods, lakes, and rocks. The retreat established in 1925 is a 3,700 acre wildlife preserve, home to many species of native and exotic wildlife, such as buffalo, elk and longhorn cattle. Woolaroc is also a museum with an outstanding collection of western art and artifacts, Native American material, one of the finest collections of Colt firearms in the world, and so much more. Next, we are off to Pawhuska. Although it may be in a small town, Pawhuska’s downtown shop The Pioneer Woman Mercantile has a big reputation. Owned by Food Network TV show host Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman, this shop is a must-see destination in northeast Oklahoma. The Mercantile boasts every kind of merchandise from beaded bracelets and handmade leather goods to apparel. Prepare yourself for a warm, welcoming and unforgettable experience at this one-of-a-kind attraction. Located in a 1910 structure that was originally named the Osage Mercantile Building, this unique shop has spent time as a regional telephone company and the Osage Realty Company. Visitors will find charming details such as original brick walls and tin ceilings. We return to Claremore for our overnight with dinner included.   (B, D)
Friday, June 8
Continental breakfast included at the hotel before we depart and head to Grove, Oklahoma where first stop will be at Har-Ber Village one of the largest antique museums in the United States, located on the shores of Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees. Har-Ber Village was built as a gift to the public form Harvey and Bernice Jones, founders of Jones Trucking. The village began with the construction of a church that Harvey built for Bernice and from there continued to grow into a reconstructed turn-of-the-century village with over one hundred buildings. See more of Grove with a city tour that will include a stop at Cayuga Mission built in the late 1800s by Mathais Splitlog. Cayuga Mission is the first church built in Oklahoma by a Native American with his own funds to serve the religious needs of the area. After lunch we will continue our journey home with many wonderful memories of Northeast Oklahoma. (B)

Tour Cost:
$545.00 per person - Double Room
$630.00 per person - Single Room
$499.00 per person - Triple Room

$200.00 per person deposit due with reservation.
Final Payment due:  April 20, 2018



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Cancellation Policy/Refunds

If you must cancel on a 1 day tour and it is within 10 days of departure, refunds will be based on deposits returned to Mid-American Coaches prior to trip departure.  We do however, allow you to get another person to fill your seat.   If  we have a wait list, we will try to fill the seat from our wait list.  If we do not have a standby list, you will not receive a refund.
Once final payment (30days prior) is made on multi day trips 2 or more days,  cancellation of passengers will have to be filed on the cancellation insurance that is available  for all multi-day tours.  No insurance is sold on 2 day trips.
If you have elected to not purchase the insurance, Mid-American Coaches has the right to retain any monies paid by customer.  If this seat is resold, then at that point you may receive a refund.
Any fly/international/rail/cruise tours will have exceptions that will be covered at the time of booking.
If you are forced to leave a tour anytime after departure, refunds will be based on monies that are recoverable.  Refunds cannot be made for unused motorcoach transportation.