Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours is an American-Owned, Family-Operated Company!
Live the memory of a lifetime on a historical or WWII tour by Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours! Our Founder Stephen E. Ambrose, author of the best-selling books, Band of Brothers, D-Day: June 6, 1944 and Undaunted Courage, had a passion for teaching Americans about our nation’s heritage and heroes. Today our full-time historians carry on his legacy.
We invite you to travel with us through the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific on one of our many WWII tours, including our D-Day Tour, Original Band of Brothers® Tour, Battle of the Bulge Tour, Battle of Britain Tour, Operation Overlord Tour, WWII in Poland and Germany Tour, Italian Campaign Tour, In Patton’s Footsteps Tour, Ghost Army of WWII Tour and Iwo Jima Tour.
We also are offering three new WWII tours: The Normandy Campaign (the Allied plan to take Brittany and trap the remaining German army in Normandy), the Manhattan Project Tour (a journey through the new Manhattan Project National Historic Park System, and the Medal of Honor Tour, an in-depth look at some of the most outstanding Medal of Honor actions in both World Wars.
Our other military history tours include two tours that have received great reviews: WWI Tour: War to End All Wars, and Scotland: Jacobite Rising of 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Battlefields of the Highlands.
In America, we offer three outstanding Civil War tours, covering the Eastern and Western Theatres, and two new American History Tours, the Revolutionary War Tour and Crazy Horse and Custer Tour: War on the Great Plains, as well as a Lewis and Clark Tour, where you will experience jaw-dropping vistas in every bend of the trail.
Book your dream trip today!
Tune Into History Happy Hour Each Sunday!
Each Sunday at 4pm EDT, co-host historians Christopher Anderson in London and Rick Beyer in Chicago host History Happy Hour on the Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours Facebook page and YouTube channel. From fascinating discussions about D-Day, to interviews with the Churchill biographer Andrew Roberts, every week is an entertaining, illuminating and inspiring look at history.