Prescott Victorian Christmas

December 6, 2018 thru December 9, 2018

Get into the holiday spirit with this 4-day and 3-night tour that will bring Christmas lights, music and plenty of cheer. Our destination is the mile-high city of Prescott, which is overflowing with Victorian charm during the holidays!


Transportation

Motorcoach

Duration

4 days, 3 nights

Activity Level

Easy

Meals

8 Meals Included (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners)

Availability

Available

Pickup/Dropoff

Livery service to/from your home included


Tour Highlights

  • Tour the Cerreta Candy Company
  • Lunch at Wickenburg Ranch
  • Caballeros Western Museum
  • Visit Sharlot Hall Museum, Courthouse Plaza
  • Prescott Elks Theater and Performing Arts Center
  • JS Acker Musical Extravaganza
  • Jerome and Jerome State Historic Park
  • Three International Tenors Christmas Concert at the Elks Theatre
  • The Musical Instrument Museum

Inclusions

  • Pick-up/drop-off livery service
  • Roundtrip transportation via motorcoach
  • 3 nights lodging
  • 8 meals included (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners)
  • Admissions as described above
  • Services of a tour director
  • Baggage handling
  • Bus refreshments
  • Driver tips


Day 1

We depart Tucson and travel north for a factory tour of the 40-year-old Cerreta Candy Company. We’ll learn how the candy makers produce their wonderful chocolate and candies – and enjoy samples. We then travel to Wickenburg to enjoy a delicious lunch at Wickenburg Ranch and explore the Caballeros Western Museum, before we travel to Prescott for a welcome dinner and our 3-night stay at the Marriott Spring Hill Suites.

Day 2

This morning we visit the beautiful and historic Sharlot Hall Museum, opened in 1928 as the Old Governor’s Mansion Museum, it is dedicated to preserving the history and folklore of Yavapai County. We then visit the Courthouse Plaza, a historic jewel that has been recognized as one of the Great Public Spaces in America. After lunch we then tour the Prescott Elks Theater and Performing Arts Center, a classically designed turn of the 20th century opera house, completed in 1905 and listed on the National Register of Historical, it is the only one of many “Elks’ Opera Houses” that still exists. After a hearty dinner we head to “downtown” Prescott for the JS Acker Musical Extravaganza. Here you will find close to 80 shops, boutiques and other businesses around the town square hosting different musical venues. You will hear jazz, classical, country, pop and bluegrass while strolling around Courthouse Plaza enjoying the sights and sounds of Christmas.

Day 3

Today we travel to the ghost town of Jerome, once home to over 15,000 people and known as the “wildest town in the west”. We visit Jerome State Historic Park, which provides fantastic views of the city and the phenomenal Verde Valley and is a fantastic historical resource devoted to the preservation of the city of Jerome. We will have free time on the main street to shop and enjoy a group lunch. After heading back to Prescott for a delicious dinner we will then enjoy an evening performance of the Three International Tenors Christmas Concert at the Elks Theatre.

Day 4

We head back to Tucson and stop en route at The Musical Instrument Museum, which covers over 200,000 square feet and truly celebrates the universal language of music by exhibiting instruments from every country in the world. Upon arrival in Tucson you will be delivered home by our luxury livery service.

We look forward to having you join us on this holiday tour that will certainly be filled with the sights and sounds of this beautiful holiday season!


Package Pricing

$1,280 per person

Double occupancy

Deposit: $80

$1,531 per person

Single occupancy

Deposit: $80

Price Includes

Pick-up/drop-off livery service
Roundtrip transportation via motorcoach
3 nights lodging
8 meals (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners)
Admissions as described
Services of a tour director
Baggage handling
Bus refreshments
Driver tips


Booking Policy

We pride ourselves on great service and an enjoyable experience for all, and will go over our booking policies after you make your request for booking. If you’d like to learn more about our booking policies before your trip, give us a call at (520) 325-8839, or visit our Booking Policies page by clicking the link below.

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ITINERARY

For your reference, we send to you a detailed itinerary approximately 3-4 weeks prior to the scheduled tour departure. This has day-by-day times and events, hotel information where you can be reached in case of an emergency, and airline information.

The times listed on the itinerary are all approximate. We cannot be held responsible for schedule changes due to unforeseen circumstances with weather, transportation agents, highway conditions, hotels or contracting agents.

EMERGENCY CONTACT

It is always a good idea to carry on your person a list of medications that you are taking and an emergency contact phone number while you are traveling. And we suggest making a copy of the itinerary and provide it to a friend or family member.

GRATUITIES/ITEMS INCLUDED IN PRICE

The traditional end-of-tour gratuity to your tour director is not included. If you feel your Tour Director helped you enjoy your tour, we suggest you enclose a gratuity in an envelope and present it individually at the end of the tour. Simply as a guideline, one may consider a per person, per day gratuity of $8.00 per tour guide as an average to be modified by one’s own personal experience. All hotel porterage fees are included. We also include the gratuities for the coach/livery drivers. Maid tips are not included.

LIVERY

For your convenience we have a (round-tour) door-to-door pickup service with each multi-day tour. (This service is not available to all clients depending on your location.) Approximately 2 to 3 days prior to the departure date you will receive a call from our office and we will tell you your assigned pickup time. (These times can vary up to 15 minutes depending on traffic.)

LODGING REQUESTS

If you would like to request special accommodations at the hotel(s) where we are lodging, please call us as soon as possible and we will forward these requests for you. The phone numbers of the hotel(s) where we are staying are listed on the itinerary.

Many hotels around the country have instituted a "reconditioning fee" of $300 or more that is levied upon a guest that smokes in a non-smoking room. If this occurs during our tour you will be responsible for paying this fee to the hotel prior to check-out.

TRAVEL REQUESTS

We pay close attention to your requests but please realize that these are merely requests and cannot be guaranteed.

RESPONSIBILITY

Pleasurebent Tours acts solely as agent in arranging hotels, transportation, sightseeing, baggage-handling and other services and does not assume any liability for injury, damage, loss or delay due to any act or default of any company or person. We, along with our subcontractors, reserve the right to make changes to an itinerary if it is necessary for the proper handling of a tour.

WEATHER AND CLOTHING/MISC. SUGGESTIONS

Prescott is at approx. 5368' in elevation. The average daytime high temperatures during our December stay in Prescott is typically in the upper 40's and the average night-time temperature is usually upper 20's. Please be sure to bring a heavier sweater and / or winter jacket, along with good walking shoes, hat and gloves. With any luck we will have some snow. There are no dress codes for the areas we take you to on this tour.

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