Welcome to Historic America Tours! Our tours combine history, cultural tourism and the ease of a vacation to produce the ultimate historical tour experience. The tours are specifically developed from the lifelong research of our professional historians. Their insight and knowledge help create the historical vacation experience of a lifetime. The enthusiasm and passion they have for history brings the past alive on our tours.
Our tour guides are professional historians who have a passion for history. They are published scholars and experienced university professors. Their continued research continuously refreshes the interpretations of our tours.
Hear the stories of those intrepid pioneers, commanders, troops, American Indians and everyday citizens swept up in the whirlwind of American history.
Tours include the best fare available in remote locations and always 3- and 4- star quality in accommodations. Some tours include lodging in restored historic buildings, adding to the historical experience. Visit the very places where America’s heritage happened – walk in the footsteps of soldiers and warriors while enjoying a leisurely vacation with Historic America Tours!
The American Revolution
American Revolution: Northern Theater
American Revolution: Southern Theater [Under Development]
The American Revolution Along the Southern Frontier
The Partisan War in the South: America’s 1st Civil War [Under Development]
The American Civil War
American Civil War - Eastern Theater: Stalemate of Carnage
American Civil War - Western Theater: Where the War was Won and Lost
The Chickamauga & Chattanooga Campaign: War in the Mountains
The Atlanta Campaign: Heart of the Confederacy
The Savannah Campaign: Sherman's March to the Sea (includes 2 days and 3 nights in Savannah’s Historic District!)
The Atlantic Coast War: Forts & The Blockade (includes 3 days and 3 nights in Historic St. George, Bermuda!)
The Gulf Coast War: Missed Opportunities (includes 3 days and 3 nights in the New Orleans French Quarter!)
The Southern Appalachians [Under Development]
Daniel Boone and the Wilderness Road: America’s First Frontier [Under Development]