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Orlando is the home of the Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios Orlando, Sea World, Wet N Wild, and many other popular attractions. This allows your group many itinerary choices! Dinner shows are not in short supply with Arabian Nights, Medieval Times, Pirates Dinner Adventure and Sleuths Mystery Dinner Show. There are also many smaller attractions down Orlando’s International Drive such as Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Wonderworks, and shopping galore. It’s no wonder Orlando was named the number ONE destination in the United States!
Put on your walking shoes because this city is a monster! Enjoy the awesome views from the Freedom Tower, Empire State Building and Top of the Rock. Stroll through Central Park or take a ferry to see the Statue of Liberty. There is no shortage of shopping in New York as vendors are everywhere! Arrange a group photo in Times Square, visit Rockefeller Center, or just browse the beautiful architecture of the city’s famous churches. A genuine Broadway show is a must! In New York, there is something for everyone!
Take in the immense history while visiting our nation’s capitol! Tour the Smithsonian museums along the National Mall, and visit the memorials of Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. Don’t forget to visit the World War II Memorial and show your respect by visiting The Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., also known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Additional attractions include the Holocaust Museum, the National Museum of Crime and Punishment, and of course, the White House and the Capitol Building.
Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Atlanta is one of the most scenic cities in the U.S. Known for its lush landscape and mild weather, there is something for every group. Visit the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr., learn the history of the famous soft drink at World of Coke, watch news being produced live at the CNN Center, see the world’s largest aquarium at Georgia Aquarium, and ride the rollercoasters at Six Flags over Georgia! Don’t forget to visit one of the world’s largest areas of exposed granite at Stone Mountain Park. These wonders and more await your group. See y’all there!
Chicago is home to world championship sports teams, an internationally acclaimed symphony orchestra, renowned architecture, award winning theatre, and much, much more. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago is also known as the “Windy City”, “Second City”, and “Chi-Town.” It is the perfect group getaway. Spectacular city views from the Willis Tower Sky-Deck (formerly Sears Tower) and Hancock Observatory await you. Visit the amazing outdoor artistic space at Millennium Park or see a 150 foot Ferris wheel at the Navy Pier. Groups love to shop along North Michigan Ave, also known as the Magnificent Mile. The Museum Campus has Adler Planetarium, Field Museum, and Shedd Aquarium. and There’s something for everyone!
Memphis Tracing Beale Street is a musical pilgrimage, and a top-to-bottom sensation: neon lights, brass notes, jams streaming from every open door, screaming “Come on in!” Between sets, it hits you: This is the street that gave B.B. King his name. That fascinated Elvis as a teen. You’re standing at the source. Chase the legends at Graceland, Sun Studio, Stax Museum of American Soul Music and Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. You don’t just fall in love with Memphis. You tumble madly, deeply for this cradle of all things sacred – the sounds swirling around legendary streets and studios; the tastes tying the Delta harvest with global influences; the stories rolling on the Mississippi River; the people dreaming big enough to lift us, then and now.
Indulge your senses in America’s most unique, authentic and enthralling destination. More than any other city, New Orleans loves its music. Spend a night at the theatre or see impromptu street performers. Visit the French Quarter and be amazed by the architecture. Stroll through Jackson Square with St Louis Cathedral looming overhead. Enjoy a famous beignet and coffee at Café du Monde. And with 300 restaurants in the area, including world famous Creole cuisine, you will never go hungry! A trip to the “Big Easy” is hardly complete without a ride on the oldest continuous operating street car in the country on a tour of the Garden District.
San Antonio is one of the American West’s oldest cities. Say “howdy” to the 3rd fastest growing city in the United States! Old Mexican tradition meets Western heritage in a city rich with culture. Theme parks include Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Sea World, and Schlitterbahn water park. Take a cruise along the famous Riverwalk, shop at El Mercado and La Villita, or visit The Alamo and other historic missions. Just an hour away, Bandera is home to many working ranches where groups can see authentic cowboys at work. Try some famous Texas BBQ and authentic Mexican cuisine. It’s a must for every group!
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