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A Guide to Group-Friendly Theaters

Whether your group is in the mood to see a Broadway show, be wined and dined or take a behind-the-scenes tour, these theaters have something for everyone.

A Guide to Historic Sites

The options below are perfect for group itineraries and will be sure to satisfy any history buff.

American Cowboy Culture is Alive and Kickin’

Museums, ranches and rodeos capture the spirit of the Old West

Philadelphia Lessons in Liberty

Whether it’s a school group, adults needing the story refreshed or international visitors curious about the roots of our democracy, a visit to Philadelphia is essential

Museum of the American Revolution

This new Philadelphia tourist magnet tells the story of our nation’s founding

10 Reasons to Move to California

California has something for everyone. There are a lot of beautiful beaches to explore. It is home to Hollywood and some of the finest stars of the entertainment industry. California is also where you will find Silicon Valley and the best startups in the world.

Getting Fit Before Your Vacation

Regardless of your reasons, here are a few tips for getting fit before your vacation.

A Coffee Tour Around the World

What matters most in coffee production affects the final flavor

12 Magical Features of a Tour

Have you ever thought what you, as a trip designer and planner, should bring to your prospective traveler?

Business Down? Turn Inbound!

While most of us in the group travel business direct our energy towards planning out-of-state and out-of-country tours, maybe it’s time to give the inbound market a look.

Take 5 Interviews

Jennifer Puga: Itinerary Artist

Jennifer Puga parlayed her experience as a wedding planner to launch her home-based travel agency specializing in group travel. Learn how she’s mastering the art of group cruises in this edition of Take 5.

Kelly Cooke: Hand-Crafting Tours

Tour director turned tour operator Kelly Cooke saw an opportunity in an...