This tabloid-sized ad for seven-day escorted tours of Virginia was published by the Chesapeake & Ohio in 1931. Jamestown, Williamsburg, Yorktown, Mt. Vernon, Monticello, and various historic monuments and sites in and around Washington, DC were all featured on the tour.
Unfortunately, the booklet doesn’t specify what the “amazingly low price” was for the “complete all-expense tour.” It can’t have been very low, as it was first-class all the way: Pullman lower berths on overnight trains; accommodations at the Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, which at the time was the largest and fanciest in the city; outside staterooms in a boat trip from Washington to Norfolk; and so forth. The price probably depended on where tourists started, which might have been Chicago, Cincinnati, or other cities on the C&O and its associated lines.