Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours is excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the New York Times Travel Show January 27-29, 2017 at the Javits Center in New York City. If you live in the area, we would love for you to stop by our booth to learn more about our WWII tours, including our Band of Brothers and D-Day tours, as well as our WWI, Civil War and Lewis and Clark tours.
We will be at booth #673 in the Europe Pavillion. You will be able to watch our new documentary quality videos of our tours, chat with guests who have traveled on our tours, speak with our historians, including our Director Mark Bielski, and take a selfie in front of a cutout of the iconic photo, The Kiss.
In addition to receiving one of our very cool new luggage tags, we will also be offering an exclusive show promotion for our domestic and international tours.
Come see us at the New York Times Travel Show to find out how you can save on booking your memory of a lifetime in 2017!
About the New York Times Travel Show
You will find more than 500 exhibitors representing 150 countries separated into 16 Pavilions. Pavilions include: Adventure, Africa, Asia, Australia/South Pacific, Canada, Caribbean, Cruise, Europe, Family, Latin America, Mexico, River Cruises, Sponsors, Travel Products/Services, Wellness and the USA.
There will be five cultural stages and performances all weekend long. World-class professional performers will ensure that there’s something for everyone. Taste of the World is a culinary travel showcase bursting with global flavors, featuring celebrated chefs and culinary personalities. Learn about delicious destinations, attend culinary demonstrations and taste of some of the world’s most savory flavors.
For more information, check out the New York Times Travel Show website.