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100 years of travel 1921-2021

2135 E. Margaret Dr.
(P.O. Box 2852)
Terre Haute, IN 47802-0852


Departing: Tuesday, August 10, 2021
1 Day
Personal Pace: 2
Average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs, periods of standing, and walk reasonable distances.
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Join TURNER as we Discover Anderson ... from the seats of the Historic Paramount Theatre to the halls of Anderson University and the tastes of Good’s Candy.  A great day of food and friends!


FEATURES:  Paramount Theatre - Opened on August 20, 1929, the John Eberson/Alvin M. Strauss-designed Paramount Theatre was the home of film and stage shows for 55 years, until the Paramount closed in 1984. In 1989, the theater was saved from destruction by a concerned group of citizens and renovated. The Paramount Theatre has now been restored to its original opulence. Every part of the theater has been returned to its 1929 state or otherwise improved to modern standards. A classic of Atmospheric style design, the Paramount Theatre is a testament to Eberson’s influential style. The Paramount Theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. Sit back and delight in an organ concert in the breathtaking theatre.• Good’s Candy - No machine or methods of mass production can duplicate the superior quality that comes from hand dipping and small batch cooking. We insist on only the finest chocolate and other ingredients to ensure that their product is unparalleled. Dipping candy daily, without the use of any preservatives guarantees freshness. Why go to such great lengths to make candy? Simple… Quality is always in good taste. • Warner Sallman Gallery - Since May of 1987, Anderson University and Warner Press have jointly shared ownership of more than 140 works by Warner Sallman, with Warner Press holding the copyright and distribution rights, while Anderson University possesses the actual paintings and drawings. There are many ways to look at images. See them as objects of beauty; as historical artifacts; as mementos; as articles of piety; or as propaganda in the service of an ideology. In one way or another, the images painted by Warner Sallman have been seen in each of these ways. 

TOUR INCLUDES: Round-Trip Transportation via TURNER Motorcoach • One (1) Lunch •  Group Admission Charges, Sightseeing, Taxes, and Gratuities

ADDITIONAL INFO: No bee buck (thank you) certificate is redeemed or given. Full payment is due at time of reservation. No refunds will be issued for one day tours. If you must cancel you may sell, give away, or contact TURNER to see if we have a wait list. You must notify TURNER of any name changes. Subject to change!

$92.00 Per Person

If Paid by Cash or Check:
$92.00 Per Person

If Paid by Debit or Credit:
$95.00 Per Person

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2135 E. Margaret Dr. (P.O. Box 2852), Terre Haute, IN 47802-0852

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