Adams County Bus Tours: Saturday, August 26
Members: $35; Non-Members: $50
Afternoon Cocktail Cruise (1-4 p.m.)
Morning Coffee Cruise (8:30-11:30 a.m.)
WOW! WOW! Both tours are sold out! All 82 slots! If you want to be on a call list — in case there are cancellations, call us and leave your PHONE NUMBER. These tours sold out so quickly, we are thinking we’ll schedule more. We have no new dates to announce at the time. If you want to get on an email list when new dates are announced, please send us an EMAIL to: email@example.com, that says: Put me on your ‘Notification List’ for Adams County bus tours. Thanks Hastings! We appreciate the support!!
Hop aboard the big yellow rocket as we roll old school on a field trip around Adams County. Curtis and Russanne will take you on a three-hour tour around the region. We’ll stop at historic landmarks, villages past and present, and little places you’ve probably never heard of as we bring to life the history of the area. In case you were wondering … Yes! We’ll be on a school bus. It was all that was available. The tour starts and ends at the Hastings Museum. The bus unfortunately is not wheelchair accessible. We will be getting on and off the bus at various locations, some of which will be gravel and other uneven surfaces. There will be bathroom stops along the way (we’ve got small bladders, too). The same tour will be given twice on one day. See below for more information.
MORNING: Adams County Coffee Cruise
Join us for a coffee cruise around the county. The Museum will provide donuts and bottled water. You provide the coffee. Don’t worry, we’ll stop somewhere for a java refill.
AFTERNOON: Adams County Cocktail Cruise This is a 21+ event.
Join us for a cocktail cruise around the county. The Museum will provide a tasty treat and bottled water. You provide the alcohol. If you bring a cooler, it MUST fit on your lap or under your seat. It cannot, at all, sit in the aisle. Remember, this is a school bus. Plan accordingly. Valid ID is required. You will not be allowed on the bus without an ID. Not even with a note from your mother. Not even with your actual mother standing right there. No exceptions … no matter how charming you are.
Funded in part by a grant from Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation.