Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours Launches New Website with User Friendly Features! | Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours

Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours Launches New Website with User Friendly Features!

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This photo captures Stephen E. Ambrose’s elation at the opening of The National WWII Museum on June 6, 2000. He was the inspiration behind the museum, one that would properly honor America’s “citizen soldiers,” and worked tirelessly to make it a reality.

A picture is a thousand words, so we will let this photo tell you how excited we are to launch our new website. It sports our new logo (we appreciate those of you who so graciously shared your feedback on it) and is not only beautiful, but is easy to use.

New User Friendly Features

Redesigned Tour Page – The new page layout makes it easy to see all of our WWII tour and historic tour information and easy to book the tour online. Each tour will eventually have its own photo gallery and video, too.

Tours By Date – This page breaks down our tours month-by-month, making it easy to find one that fits your travel schedule.

Photos – We will be posting photos from our guests to the photo galleries on the individual tour pages and on the main photo page (please send yours to terri@stephenambrosetours.com). You can already see some amazing war time images of the men of Easy Company and soldiers who fought at Iwo Jima, as well as photos of Stephen Ambrose at the HBO premier of Band of Brothers and the opening of The National WWII Museum.

Videos – We are beginning the process of adding videos of each tour to this page, so you can hear guests describe their experience and see some of the tour sights. Right now you can watch two excellent videos: one on the Civil War: Mississippi River Campaign Tour and The Ghost Army Tour.

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Matterhorn Travel has merged with Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours. Please update your weblinks to https://stephenambrosetours.com and use info@stephenambrosetours.com for all your emails.
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