OSF visitors

Tours to Ashland

Leave the trip planning to the professionals.

Want to visit OSF but don’t want to plan it yourself? No problem! There are numerous tour operators who visit us each year. Below is a listing of companies who are planning trips to OSF.

Want to attend the Shakespeare plays this season at Oregon Shakespeare Festival? Interested in informed, inspiring conversation before and after the plays with scholars and teachers? The four-day "Shakespeare in Ashland" course is just the ticket. The course is directed by Michael W. Shurgot, PhD, a published Shakespeare scholar, and includes tickets to four plays, a backstage tour, plus lively discussions and a conversation with an OSF actor. For information, contact Michael at mwshurgot@earthlink.net. Dates are August 5-8, 2014. Participants meet in Ashland the morning of the 5th.

New York Theatre Tour, since 1977. Details here or phone (510) 559-9373. Charter travel from the greater SF Bay Area, exceptional accommodations, 5-7 OSF plays, and more!

American Stage Tours has an "Experience Southern Oregon" trip that includes a show at OSF. This trip leaves from the Bay Area and is roundtrip on a deluxe modern motorcoach. For more information click here or call 925-687-7705.

Scenic Volcanic Byways: Explore remnants of volcanic activity in Northern CA and Southern OR via deluxe coach. Trip finale at Shakespeare Festival, Ashland. For information email here or call 415-272-6067.

Teachers and Educators: Specializing in student and faculty groups from So. California to Seattle and all areas in between. The Travel & Education Exchange has brought thousands of students to Ashland since 1993. Group sizes from 15 - 85; chaperones travel free. For more information, contact us at 510-530-0700 or edexchange@sbcglobal.net.

If you are interested in having your company's upcoming tour listed, please contact OSF Audience Development at 541-482-2111 ext. 242 or AudienceDevelopment@osfashland.org.

If you need more information about organizing a tour to Ashland and OSF, visit Cultural Connections Groups.