We toured the American Cotton museum to learn about planting, growing, ginning, baling, spinning and weaving of cotton as well as the life of Audie Murphy. Then we drove over to Mary of Puddin’ Hill to marvel at the amazing chocolate sculptures similar to Faberge Easter eggs and eat lunch.
Come walk with us as TIAA members explore Ripley’s famous collection of the most fascinating and bizarre oddities from all corners of the globe. See Tinsel town’s most famous stars with over 200 life-like figures.
Join your TIAA friends as we toured Clark Gardens in Weatherford. This beautiful area has been featured in numerous magazines.
Take a tour of the American Airlines Center with us where we go behind the scenes and visit the press box, a luxury suite, party rooms, as well as other facilities in the building.
Walk with us as they show us the many delicate steps needed to brew a quality Bavarian beer. From the raw materials to the filling of kegs, you will see an in-depth tour of their entire production plus we sampled a few!
Tour Gaylord Texan with us and see 1.5 million holiday lights, electric train displays, a life-size Gingerbread House, and 12,000 sparkling holiday ornaments dazzle us. Then laugh as we put on parkas, gape at the many ice sculptures and slide down the ice slides.
Come with us as we learn more about how the Dallas Morning News is produced when we visited their printing site for a personalized tour and to watch those mighty presses roll.
Take a tour with us as we visit a state-of-the-art waste recycling plant. Allied Waste provided hard hats and goggles plus a lot of information on how recycling impacts on our economy. Take a tour with us as we visit a state-of-the-art waste recycling plant. Allied Waste provided hard hats and goggles plus a lot of information on how recycling impacts on our economy.
Enjoy the TIAA tour of the largest Civil War Museum west of the Mississippi River. It houses more than 4,000 artifacts and 60 flags. There are even 250 dresses from that era on display.
Join us as we take a private, guided tour of a wonderful, non-profit facility. The stories of each cat are posted on the cages, and information about each species is placed near the enclosures so that we learned about the animals that call In-Sync home.