The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is set to open the largest aquarium in the Southwest, July 2016.
Nearly 300 delegates, including travel planners from 20 states and representatives from nine foreign countries, gathered August 4-6 in South Bend, Indiana, for the 2015 Going On Faith Conference.
Georgia Tourism and The Group Travel Leader will be partnering to offer a special opportunity to our readers in 2016.
Lightning Rod, which will be the world’s fastest wooden roller coaster and the world’s first launching wooden coaster, will be added to the Dollywood lineup starting in March 2016.
Here are five destinations throughout North America where crafts are thriving and where group travelers can have great opportunities to enjoy them.
Visiting distilleries around the country is a lively way to learn about our national culture and history.
The George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum, opened in mid-March on George Washington’s Foggy Bottom campus.
Baltimore has designed a new series of experiential tour programs, including a collection of 14 immersive and behind-the-scenes tours for groups.
Albuquerque is a diverse mix of Spanish, Native American culture and Southwestern art.
Groups can surround themselves with 150-year-old vistas at Mount Vernon’s newly opened “Mount Vernon in 3-D: Then and Now” exhibit.