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Group Travel Destinations went through a metamorphic change in 2019 with the goal of providing more relevant and timely information to our readers. We think we accomplished that with hyper-local regional content, a better display of what to do, where to stay and what to see across seven U.S. regions.
For this year’s guide, we scoured the country in search of tourism developments to help you stay on top of your game. At the same time, hundreds of group-friendly suppliers are showcased with profiles, Site InSpections and sample itineraries.
Based on what I know you’ll find in the 2020 edition, I have no doubt Group Travel Destinations will be a handy deskside companion as you create impeccable itineraries in the coming year.
The Jamestown Settlement and American Revolution Museum at Yorktown will entertain and enlighten your group.
Trace the steps of America’s colonists in this historic living-history museum, where the country’s earliest days come to life.
Architect created masterful houses and structures, many which can be visited including two sites in the recent UNESCO’s World Heritage Frank Lloyd Wright Serial Inscription.
For over a century, the French Lick Resort has been attracting tourists for its European elegance, extravagance, refined amenities and leisure activities.
Enjoy Elements of Art in the Chicago Southland! On this three-day tour, your group will experience art at The Shrine of Christ’s Passion, Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, The Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park and more.
Groups discover the life of the nation’s 16th president through immersive exhibits and displays.
This one-of-a-kind region showcases historic Route 66 and the extraordinary Great River Road.
Your once-in-a-lifetime vacation starts with The Cincinnati Railway Company.
Sacramento serves visitors an intricate history and engaging modern attractions.