We are excited to offer two exclusive new tours for 2020: The Revolutionary War Tour and The Normandy Campaign: Beaches and Beyond Tour.
The Normandy Campaign: Beaches And Beyond Tour
There is only attack and attack and attack some more.
– General George S. Patton
We are excited to offer you an exclusive new tour that explores the Normandy breakout, codename Operation Cobra, the Allied plan to take Brittany and trap the remaining German army in Normandy.
On this tour we travel from the D-Day beaches to the heart of Normandy, following the American, British and Canadian armies where they fought for Caen and Cherbourg. We trace the footsteps of General George S. Patton and the Third Army, who experienced some of the most intense fighting in the campaign. We stand where the GIs of the 30th Infantry Division stood as they stopped the last great German offensive in Normandy in its tracks, and head to Paris, following the path of the Allies as they raced to liberate the city.
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Revolutionary War Tour
38 Historic Sites, 11 Battlefields, 5 Forts, 4 Special Access Experiences, 2 Historic Hotels, 2 Countries, 1 Amazing Trip!
For the first two and half years of the Revolutionary War, the rugged country between Boston and Quebec witnessed a dozen battles – including some of the bloodiest engagements of the Revolution. At last, the stunning American victory at Saratoga in 1777 brought about surrender of an entire British Army corps and the entry of France into the war on America’s side.
This tour explores the origins of the Revolutionary War, the battles that raged across the northern theater and the key players in that drama. They involved Patriots, Loyalists, Redcoats and Natives. We’ll walk battlefields where ragtag rebel forces clashed with one of the most feared armies in the world. We’ll meet the famous, the infamous, and the villainous figures who played out the dramatic struggle to forge a new nation.
We have secured special access to many historic sites, including the Old North Church, a private dinner at the Museum of Fine Art featuring an exclusive curated presentation of their colonial art collection and a presentation on Fort Ticonderoga’s artifacts and history as well as a cocktail cruise on the lake.