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American Distilleries

Visiting distilleries around the country is a lively way to learn about our national culture and history.



New Washington museum combines textiles and D.C. history

The George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum, opened in mid-March on George Washington’s Foggy Bottom campus.


Baltimore Goes Experiential for Groups

Baltimore has designed a new series of experiential tour programs, including a collection of 14 immersive and behind-the-scenes tours for groups.



Arts & Culture in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a diverse mix of Spanish, Native American culture and Southwestern art.



History Up Close at Mount Vernon 3-D Photograph Exhibit

Groups can surround themselves with 150-year-old vistas at Mount Vernon’s newly opened “Mount Vernon in 3-D: Then and Now” exhibit.



August 18, 2015 Update – Group Cruise News

Welcome! Since I’ve been spending the summer based in Anchorage, Alaska, I’ve become even more aware of the spectacular scenic treasures available to visitors throughout the 49th State.



July 29, 2015 Update – Group Cruise News

Welcome! I recently returned from a well-planned but whirlwind media cruise/tour of Greece and Turkey hosted by Marlene Oliver and our friends at Celestyal Cruises.



Where in the World: Parks

See if you can name this gorgeous South American national park from a photo of one of the park’s iconic vistas with our photo quiz.



Group Game: Bus Exercises

To ward off stiffness from hours-long bus rides, many groups may need more than just a break every two hours. Having those interested participate in bus exercises can be fun and beneficial!



Survey Projects Cuba Tourism Numbers

The Cuba Ministry of Tourism estimated a major change in the amount of tourists arriving in Cuba in 2015.