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The free, self-guided tour of the Missouri History Museum is one of St. Louis’ best deals, allowing a group to learn about the region’s history and culture, and peruse one of the country’s largest regional museum collections that includes artifacts tied to aviator Charles Lindbergh, explorers Lewis and Clark, and the 1904 World’s Fair in…

 
 

With its central location and friendly atmosphere, Lincoln is a sparkling Midwestern city with attractions for an entire motor coach bus of visitors to enjoy. If you’re looking for an interactive experience or a quiet visit to a beautiful attraction, Lincoln will not disappoint! Partake in the behind-the-scenes interactive conservation tour of the International Quilt…

 
 
 

Just south of Atlanta, Macon offers first class venues, including the 120,000 sq ft Macon Centreplex, and 5,000 sleeping rooms to fit any budget.  Macon has five distinct meeting clusters that are particularly suited for hosting reunions, training, and corporate meetings in vibrant areas of the city.  Host memorable offsite functions in historic homes, interactive…

 
 

Milwaukee is a city that knows how to have a good time! A vibrant urban destination on the shore of Lake Michigan, the city’s combination of cherished tradition and modern attitude makes it a can’t-miss destination every group will love. Some call Milwaukee the “City of Festivals,” and it only takes a glance at the…

 
 

Milwaukee’s unique combination of brewing history, brewing giant Miller Brewing, and passionate craft brewers makes the city a beer destination like no other and a must-see tour destination for beer lovers. Start your group off with a cold one at one of Milwaukee’s award-winning craft breweries, then take a step into the city’s brewing past….

 
 

Eureka Springs has a mysterious effect on people.  No one seems to be able to explain quite why they love the place, secluded and peaceful with winding mountainside streets; the city has flair like no other.  This Victorian village boasts the country’s only entire downtown on the National Register of Historic Places. Nestled in the…

 
 

Faith-based travelers can examine the intersections of religion and the American Revolution at a new museum near Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Opened in spring 2017, the Museum of the American Revolution has become the logical first stop for visitors to the city. It is the unofficial “Revolutionary visitor center,” said Mark Turdo, curator. Although the…

 
 

Inspired by his lifelong interest in architecture and gardens, world-renowned American artist Dale Chihuly has created installations for a wide variety of settings, from public spaces and museums to private homes and gardens—now including Biltmore®. Offered May 17–October 7, 2018, Chihuly at Biltmore is a monumental exhibition showcasing breathtaking large-scale glass sculptures in an equally…

 
 

A trip to Chickasaw Country promises adventure, history, culture and beautiful scenery in south-central Oklahoma. From a celebrity eatery to nationally renowned festivals, groups traveling to the area can expect adventures tailored to every interest. The largest tribal cultural center, located in Sulphur, Oklahoma, immerses guests in the story of the Chickasaw people. Nestled in…

 
 

When sending your clients to Southern California, a “Must-Shop-Stop” is the Outlets at Tejon, conveniently located approximately an hour north of LA on I-5. You will find your favorite American brands with savings up to 65% at more than 60 upscale fashion, home goods and accessories stores. Your clients will love it when you add…