Join Us For a Trip to Georgia in April

Join us for a trip to Georgia’s Plantation Trace region in April, registration closes February 26.


Two New Museums Highlight Mississippi History, State’s Role in Civil Rights Movement

The Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum opened in Jackson on Dec. 9.


Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art Reopens After Two-Year Renovation

The Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art reopened in October after being closed nearly two years for renovation.


Tour Operators Forecast Continued Remarkable Run at USTOA

Major tour operators reported remarkable sales growth in 2017 and are optimistic for continued success in 2018.


Planners Can Download SaferBus Mobile App

Go online, download the Saferbus app, or attend your local TravelTalks Meeting to keep your passengers traveling safely on the road.


New Exhibit Explores Rich History of Brooklyn’s Waterfront

The Brooklyn Historical Society opened a new exhibit in January that uses a multimedia experience to tell the history of Brooklyn’s waterfront.


New Tennessee Aquarium Exhibit Features Holographic Technology

The Tennessee Aquarium has continued its use of virtual reality immersive learning with its new exhibit, “Tiny, But Mighty Important,” that uses holographs to tell a story.


AATC Heads to St. Charles, Illinois

The travel industry is invited to explore the group diversity market at the African American Travel Conference (AATC) this spring.


Diamond Tours Signs On for 15th Year

Diamond Tours will mark its 15th straight year in partnership with The Group Travel Family for TravelTalks to reach group travel planners in seven target markets. 


December 19, 2017 Holiday Update – Group Cruise News

Welcome!  As promised last month, I’m pleased to let readers know about one of the finest cruises I’ve ever taken, nine days and eight nights aboard Windstar Cruises’ Wind Surf from Barcelona, Spain, to Lisbon, Portugal, this past October.