A new team pioneering “disruptor”-style tour experiences, Museum Hack, has found a way to bring the workings of the Met museum alive for small groups of guests looking for a VIP experience.
Brian Jewell talks about a day he spent exploring the local food scene of New York City.
These tours allow the uninitiated visitor into some of the most high security and rarefied spaces of New York City.
Uniworld Boutique River Cruises launched S.S. Catherine on its first public “Burgundy and Provence” cruise from Avignon to Lyon on the Rhône and Saône Rivers.
Travel planners who are organizing trips for baby boomer groups are invited to the BiG Travel Weekend in Little Rock, Arkansas, November 5-7
Groups are discovering the value of farm visits, and a new research report from AgritourismWorld indicates growth in group visits to farms and markets.
Travel Leaders are discovering that Ovation Brands is serious about the group market
The American Bus Association’s (ABA’s) Top 100 Events is reaching up to 25,000 travel groups this year, thanks to the association’s relationship with The Group Travel Family.
More than 300 delegates, including faith-based travel planners from 25 states, gathered in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, August 5-7 for the 2014 Going On Faith Conference.
Glamping has taken off in popularity with individuals and groups across the country.