Tours in Greenville


$35 for a Segways at Sunset Tour from Cincinnati Bike Center ($60 Value)

Cincinnati Bike Center

Smale Riverfront Park

Guided tours showcase Cincinnati sights while segway riders enjoy sunset views

$60 $35

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$20 for a Newport Gangster Tour for Two from American Legacy Tours ($40 Value)

American Legacy Tours

American Legacy Tours

Gangster guides lead a whirlwind tour of Newport’s mob-dominated past from inside an old casino

$40 $20

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Food Tasting with Cheese Platter and Souvenir Glasses for Two, Four, Six at Baker-Bird Winery (Up to 70% Off)

Baker-Bird Winery

Baker-Bird Winery

Food tasting at 150-year-old antebellum winery with souvenir logo wine glasses, cheese, chocolates, and rum cake

$30 $9

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Art-Glass-Factory Tour for Two or Four at Kokomo Opalescent Glass (50% Off)

Kokomo Opalescent Glass

Kokomo Opalescent Glass Tour

Tour the world-renowned, 125-year-old art-glass factory, which boasts pieces in the Vatican and the White House

$10 $5

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$39 for a Bus Tour for Two from Columbus Historical Society ($60 value)

Columbus Historical Society

Columbus Historical Society

Customers hop aboard a bus with a talented guide who will share pieces of Columbus’s history as they ride past the city’s major landmarks

$60 $39

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$45 for an Urban Dare Adventure Race for a Two-Person Team (Up to $90 Value)

Urban Dare

Claddagh Irish Pub

Fast-paced competition challenges teams of two with trivia, photo hunts, and mental and physical challenges

$90 $45

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  • Beyond Boundaries Travel
    Seventeenth-century Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had the Taj Mahal built as a mausoleum for his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It took 20,000 laborers and 17 years to complete. And it’s been one of the world’s great architectural marvels ever since. Though the Taj Mahal is probably the most famous site in India—and definitely the most photographed—it’s just the beginning of what there is to see in the world’s second most populous country. There are mosques and Hindu temples, quiet villages and teeming cities, cutting-edge modernity and ancient traditions. In both of these two tours from Beyond Boundaries Travel, an English-speaking guide leads travelers thorough Dehli, the “Pink City” of Jaipur, and the deserted sandstone city of Fatehpur Sikri.The trips have similar itineraries, but differ slightly on day 5. Click here to view the full seven-day April and May trip itinerary. Click here to view the full six-day September trip itinerary. Day 1: Upon arrival in Delhi, travelers settle into their luxe accommodations at the Trident Gurgaon. Two onsite bars and three restaurants serving fare from India and around the world should help you recover from the long flight.Day 2: Spend the morning in Old Delhi, where elaborate mosques stand beside makeshift shopping stalls and rickshaws whizz by. In the afternoon, a trip to New Delhi includes stops at Humanyun’s tomb and the 210-foot high Qutub Minar, built in the 12th century. Dinner is served on the lawns of the Sanskriti Museum after a walk through the Museum of Everyday Art.Day 3: After breakfast at the hotel, board the motorcoach for a scenic five-hour drive to Agra. The Taj Mahal is, of course, the main attraction, but the city is also home to Agra Fort, a red sandstone fortress surrounded by high walls and a moat. Overnight accommodations are provided by the Trident Agra.Day 4: A one-hour ride brings you to Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted sandstone city. In 1585, English traveler Ralph Fitch described this former metropolis as “larger than London and more populous.” Today, it’s a ghost town: the palaces, mosques, and public buildings here are all empty except for tourists appreciating the craftsmanship and diversity of the architecture. Day 5 (April/May tour only): Guests enjoy one morning and one evening game drive through the Ranthambore National Park, one of India’s largest protected wildlife refuges. The land was once the private hunting area of the Maharajas of Jaipur, but today it’s a prime spot for snapping photos of Bengal tigers, recognized by scientists as the most photogenic big cats thanks to their slimming vertical stripes.Day 5 (September tour); Day 6 (April/May tour): The day begins with breakfast and a three-hour drive to Jaipur, often called “The Pink City” because most of its buildings are made of rose-colored sandstone. The tour pays a visit to Hawa Mahal, a five-story palace with more than 950 tiny windows carved from intricate lattice work, and the Jantar Mantar, an 18th-century astronomical observation site where huge stone instruments were used to track the movements of the stars and planets. With its many bazaars, Jaipur is a haven for collectors and crafters, who can find traditional cloth prints, jewelry, and enameling work known as meenakari. Day 6 (September tour); Day 7 (April/May tour): In the morning, the motorcoach leaves for Amber, an 11th-century fort and palace complex known for its marriage of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles. The day ends with a quick flight from Jaipur to Delhi to connect with international flights.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
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    Kings Mills Hotel
    Inverness, GB
  • Cincinnati Ballet
    Founded in 1963 at a local YMCA, the Cincinnati Ballet grew into a major regional company by adhering to its mission to express the human experience through dance. Today, it continues upholding that vision by housing resident artists who entertain audiences with dance performances of both classic and original work. Beyond supporting local audiences and their right to clap, the Cincinnati Ballet also seeks to nurture artists through the Otto M. Budig Academy. There, a professional faculty trains aspiring performers at all skill levels. These training opportunities are supplemented by outreach programs such as CincyDance!, which provides free training and dance attire to children.
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    1241 Elm Street
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • American Legacy Tours
    The 90-minute walking tour will begin at MiCa 12V and weave through the streets of the Gateway District on an exploratory trail through Cincinnati's historic past. You'll visit the sites of former saloons, bars, and beer gardens; pass stages once graced by the likes of Charlie Chaplin and 19th-century gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok; and travel underground to view secret burial grounds and subsurface former brewery tunnels. Throughout the adventure, Queen City Underground’s ebullient and knowledgeable tour guides will regale you with historical anecdotes and colorful tales of the city's former residents (including tyrannical political boss George "Boss" Cox), and why the city was once known as the Paris of the United States.
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    620 Greenup St
    Covington, KY US
  • Schahet Hotels
    A short walk from Lucas Oil Stadium, Conseco Fieldhouse, the Indianapolis Convention Center, and several world-class restaurants, the Hampton Inn Downtown is a welcoming home base for both businessy and pleasurable excursions. The Hampton Inn’s classily comfy guest rooms have 32-inch LCD televisions, complimentary high-speed WiFi, and plush new beds with feather and foam pillows. In the morning, tickle your taste buds with the free continental breakfast, a spread of more than 45 delectable delights. And, if hotel guests need to relieve the stress of a rough flight or to clear their minds before the tic-tac-toe national championships, they can head to the 24-hour fitness facility and work out on the elliptical machines and stationary bikes.
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    105 South Meridian Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • B & G Excellent Adventures
    The three-night Big Game package catapults fans into a football frenzy with pregame events, overnight sleeping quarters, and game-day views of every crucial play, crushing hit, and halftime high note. Guests can tackle pregame jitters and pillows at the Clarion Hotel or Comfort Inn, both of which boast access to indoor pools, hot breakfasts, high-speed Internet, and long, carpeted hallways fit for agility-based combine training. Also before kickoff, an immersive fan event whets gridiron appetites with autograph sessions, kids' football clinics, interactive displays, and one of the largest known football memorabilia shows on earth.
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    500 S Capitol Ave.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Pedal Wagon
    An unmistakable sight on the streets of Columbus, the Pedal Wagon is a pedal-powered party on the go, transporting up to 15 happy passengers all over town?and making plenty of stops at local watering holes. The High Street Shuffle cruises through Columbus's Short North in search of discounted drinks and new friends. Other tours include the Blue Jackets Brew Cruise, Buckeye Saturday Stumble, College Night, and Polar Bear Express. Click here to check out the FAQ page.
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    106 Vine St
    Columbus, OH US
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