The 75th Anniversary of D-Day

An Iconic Journey of Remembrance

Aboard the Regent Seven Seas Navigator from May 30 to June 8, 2019, guests will follow the path of Germany’s conquest of western Europe and the Allied efforts to wrest control back from the Nazis in a path of liberation. The tour culminates with the successful landings at Normandy on June 6, 1944, and the campaign that followed.

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East Meets West: The Link-Up on the Elbe

A Picturesque River Journey from Berlin to Prague

Best-selling authors Antony Beevor and James Holland accompany a picturesque journey along the river where the most important military link-up of World War II occurred. When Soviet and American forces linked up near Torgau, it was a clear sign that Germany’s final defeat was near. Along the way, visit Berlin, Dresden, Wittenburg, Torgau, and Prague.

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D-Day Tour—The Invasion of Normandy & Liberation of France

Fall in with the Allies on a Tour of the Normandy Front

The National WWII Museum’s most popular tour provides an in-depth itinerary exploring America’s most famous WWII battle. Offering a full week of touring in Normandy at an incredible price, this unforgettable tour offers great value and features top guides, upscale accommodations in prime locations, comprehensive dining, and exclusive access to sites unseen on other programs.

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Easy Company Tour: England to the Eagle's Nest

Following the Easy Company

In 1992, Museum founder and award-winning author Stephen E. Ambrose published the New York Times bestseller Band of Brothers — which became not only a successful HBO miniseries, but also a cultural phenomenon that continues today. Join staff from America's official WWII museum and notable historians for the real-life epic journey across Europe. This exclusive travel opportunity includes tour stops and special guests not featured anywhere else.

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Soldiers & Spies Tour

WWII SACRIFICE AND ESPIONAGE

The National WWII Museum embarks on a unique seven-day, six-night tour of France, visiting sites from Alex Kershaw's New York Times bestsellers—Avenue of Spies and The Bedford Boys—with the author himself serving as lead historian. Guests get an up-close experience at the beaches of Normandy and in the streets of Paris, hearing the stories of espionage, sacrifice, heroism, and tragedy along the way.

Book by June 18, 2017, to save $800 per couple and receive FREE AIR! All bookings will enjoy free airfare from 10 US cities: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Boston, Atlanta, and Miami. Additional gateways are available at a supplemental cost.

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The Rise and Fall of Hitler's Germany

Deluxe Tour of Germany and Poland Featuring Historian Alexandra Richie

Featuring noted historian Dr. Alexandra Richie, The National WWII Museum's exclusive 12-day trip explores Germany and Poland through the lens of the rise and fall of the Third Reich. Led by Dr. Richie—one of the world's foremost experts on World War II in Europe—the tour will visit Berlin's Olympic Stadium and Reichstag; sites of the Third Reich's exploits and atrocities across Europe at Auschwitz, Wannsee, and Warsaw; as well as stunning cathedrals and Teutonic castles. With full-time guides and historians to add depth and context to every stop and special guests with firsthand recollections of the war years, travelers will have access to a uniquely immersive historical view of Germany and Poland as they travel in comfort to some of Europe's most extraordinary sites.

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Behind the Lines

The Best Way to See the Museum

Step inside the Museum vault and climb into a Sherman tank—it’s all part of Behind the Lines, the exclusive VIP tour of The National WWII Museum. During five hours of behind-the-scenes experiences, guests will handle rarely seen artifacts alongside historians and attend a curator's luncheon with the specialists who design Museum exhibits and programming. A second-day ticket is included, allowing tour members to explore every facet of the Museum's public space at their leisure.

Offered only on Fridays (and Saturdays, seasonally) and limited to just 10 guests.

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Student Travel

From New Orleans to the Beaches of Normandy

The National WWII Museum Tours offers three distinct travel programs for high school and college students. Student Leadership Academy offers hands-on, behind-the-scenes learning at America’s WWII museum. Normandy Academy takes students from our New Orleans campus to the beaches of Normandy. Each program includes the option to earn college credit while exploring leadership and decision-making during World War II.

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Writing The War

In The Footsteps of WWII Correspondents

Visit Ernest Hemingway’s Paris and Ernie Pyle’s “Long Thin Line of Personal Anguish” on Omaha Beach with The National WWII Museum’s new tour, retracing the footsteps of the war’s most legendary chroniclers. Guided by best-selling author Donald L. Miller and the words of Hemingway, Pyle, and others, travelers will relive some of World War II’s most significant battles while also visiting some of the world’s most history-rich settings.

Book by June 2, 2017, to save $1000 per couple and receive FREE AIR! All bookings will enjoy free airfare from 10 US cities: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York, Boston, Atlanta, and Miami. Additional gateways are available at a supplemental cost.

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The River Seine to the Beaches of Normandy

An All New River Cruise & Normandy Château Experience

At its six-acre campus in New Orleans, The National WWII Museum provides vivid insight into the war that changed the world. However, nothing can tell the story of that war more dramatically than a visit to the actual places where victory was fought for and won. Our travel program allows you to experience these journeys in first-class comfort as you go behind the scenes to the beaches, bridges, cities, and villages where crucial battles took place and history-making decisions were made. Guided by esteemed experts in WWII history, you’ll hear the personal stories and walk in the footsteps of the brave individuals who fought for the freedom we enjoy today. This tour provides the unique experience to travel with one of the Museum’s most beloved guest authors, Alex Kershaw, and world-renowned WWII scholar J. Marc Milner, PhD.

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