Discover Family Travel Like Never Before with Our Tour Packages
We offer cultural tours for families groups both in the United States and internationally. These tours are designed to give families a chance to learn about and experience the culture and history of their destination. We offer a variety of tour options, so families can choose the tour that best suits their needs.
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Who is Kilroy and where is he hiding at the WWII memorial? What was it like to live on George Washington’s estate at Mt. Vernon? How was President Lincoln’s assassin caught? How big is the Hope Diamond and is it really cursed? Why was there such controversy about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial when it was built? Where can you stand at the Lincoln Memorial and see the eternal flame of JFK’s burial site at Arlington at night? Discover the answer to all of these questions and more by joining us on our next family group tour in Washington DC!
Think Washington DC is only for grownups who are interested in politics? Think again! When you are on our kid-friendly, the family-oriented tour you will:
● Test your spy skills at the International Spy Museum.
● Feel the breeze as we take a boat ride down the Potomac to experience the history and tranquility of George Washington’s Mt. Vernon estate.
● Assist in investigating the assassination of President Lincoln at Ford’s Theater.
● Smell the orchids at the National Botanical Garden.
● Race your family members to see who can sort mail the fastest at the Postal Museum.
● Honor those who died for our country at Arlington Cemetery and the Vietnam, Korean, and WWII War Veterans' memorials.
● Touch a moon rock at the National Air and Space Museum.
● Have an opportunity to sample Senate Bean Soup at the Capitol, a daily tradition served since the early 20th century.
● And last but definitely not least, parents' night out while we keep the kids entertained!
What was life like during Luther’s time? How was Martin Luther able to stay at Wartburg Castle for so long without being discovered? Where are Martin and Katie Luther buried? What did music in Luther’s time period sound like? Why is Bach considered to be such a remarkable composer? Discover the answer to all of these questions and more by joining us on our next Lutheran Heritage family group tour in Germany!
Think church history is boring? Think again! When you are on our kid-friendly, family-oriented tour you will:
Hear Bach music performed live by groups from around the world at the Leipzig Bach Festival.
Feel the breeze and take in the views from Wartburg Castle overlooking the countryside and town of Eisenach .
Sit in the church in Wittenberg where Martin Luther preached.
Enjoy German food and have a beer in an authentic Biergarten.
Smell the flowers at the oldest botanical garden in Germany.
Eat like in Luther’s time at the Augustinian monastery in Erfurt, where Martin Luther studied.
Listen to Bach pieces played on authentic instruments from his time period at the Bach Haus in Eisenach.
See the differences between Luther’s design of the first Lutheran church in Torgau.
Visit the burial place of Katie Luther in St. Mary’s Church in Torgau.
Learn about what life was like in the time of Luther at the Luther 1517 - Wittenberg 360° exhibit.
Walk the streets of Eisleben where Martin Luther was born and died.
And last but definitely not least, parents night out while we keep the kids entertained!
What is the connection between the Netherlands and the Pilgrims? Who is the “cheese father” and what is his job? How many tulip bulbs are planted at Keukenhof Garden each year? Is the correct name Holland or the Netherlands? Discover the answer to all of these questions and more by joining us on our 2024 Netherlands family group tour!
On our kid-friendly, family-oriented tour you will:
Celebrate the 75th anniversary of Kuekenhof Garden’s lovely flower displays.
Experience history at the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam.
Sample different cheeses at the oldest and biggest cheese market in the Netherlands.
Enjoy a relaxing boat tour through the “Venice of the Netherlands” in Giethoorn.
See original paintings by one of the most famous Dutch painters at the Van Gogh Museum.
Paint your own unique ceramic piece at the Royal Delft Factory.
Eat an authentic stroopwafel.
Listen to the sounds of windmills and craftsmen using traditional methods to create various goods.
Feel what it was like to be in a WWII bunker.
And last but definitely not least, parents night out while we keep the kids entertained!
Why choose us?
There are many reasons to take our company's multi-day cultural tours for family groups. Our tours are designed to provide a great overview of the destination and its many attractions while still giving you plenty of free time to explore on your own. All of our tour leaders are highly skilled and can answer questions about the destination and help you with anything you need during your tour. Our itineraries are designed with families of all ages in mind so you can bond with your children while experiencing the best that your destination has to offer. Finally, our tour pricing is all-inclusive, so there are no surprises or hidden costs - once you arrive at your destination, everything from airport transfers to meals to entrance fees is taken care of for you.
Our company specializes in providing multi-day cultural tours for families that are designed with all different ages in mind. We welcome all different kinds of families and family groups: those wit...
Our company specializes in providing multi-day cultural tours for families that are designed with all different ages in mind. We welcome all different kinds of families and family groups: those with young children or teens, adult siblings traveling with or without their own families, single parents, married parents, and blended families, multigenerational families, and grandparents/grandchildren wanting to take a trip together, families from America or families from other countries. We can't wait to meet you all!
Small Group Size
We keep our group sizes small so that everyone can get the most out of their experience and create lasting memories with their loved ones. These small groups also allow us flexibility and the abili...
We keep our group sizes small so that everyone can get the most out of their experience and create lasting memories with their loved ones. These small groups also allow us flexibility and the ability to see and do things bigger groups can't. Plus, it's easier to make new friends in a smaller group!
When we say all-inclusive, we mean it. From your arrival to departure, the only extra expense will be your souvenirs to remember your trip by. All tour inclusions are clearly stated so you can see...
When we say all-inclusive, we mean it. From your arrival to departure, the only extra expense will be your souvenirs to remember your trip by. All tour inclusions are clearly stated so you can see exactly what your tour price includes (spoiler alert: even a parent's night out is covered!).
Frequently asked questions
You can book a tour on our website or by calling us directly.
All meals and some snacks and drinks are provided for you, but you are welcome to bring your own additional food or drinks on the tour if you wish.
We recommend wearing comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and footwear.
Our group tour dates tend to be during less busy times of the year. Our tour destinations are popular places, but by choosing dates that are mostly off-peak, the weather tends to be more moderate and therefore more comfortable for everyone. There also tend to be fewer people during these seasons as well, which makes for a more enjoyable experience for everyone.
Our itineraries are designed to appeal to all ages and our group leaders will tailor each tour to the ages of the children on it.
All of our tour leaders go through training before leading any tours. They are also industry certified and/or licensed. Because your safety is our priority, all tour leaders are also background checked and are first aid/CPR certified.
Our tour leaders are first aid and CPR certified in case of an emergency. If an injury or medical event is beyond their training, they will call for emergency services and/or get the guest to the nearest appropriate medical facility. In the case of illness, tour leaders can refer you to the nearest urgent care or hospital.
It is important to us that you get plenty of free time to spend however you want with your family. So our itineraries are structured for about 3 hours of free time each afternoon and our scheduled days end around 7-7:30 pm most evenings so that you can either participate in any optional activities or spend the rest of the evening together on your own.
Generally, all activities and sightseeing will take place as scheduled, rain or shine, so be sure to bring appropriate clothes and shoes as well as an umbrella, just in case they are needed. In the event that the weather is severe enough that it is unsafe to be out, the tour leader may make changes to the itinerary to accommodate the situation.
Many times family vacations revolve around the kids, leaving the adults exhausted and without any downtime. So as a thank you for choosing us, there is one evening on each tour where we entertain the kids for a few hours to give the adults some free time of their own. Not only that, but we will make all the arrangements because this evening is on us! Your tour leader will discuss your options with you, but start thinking now about how you want to spend YOUR night out!
It is very common for the families who join us to become friends over the course of the tour. They tend to have children near the same ages and often find that they have a lot in common. We offer several opportunities for our tour families to get to know each other prior to their trip so that no one feels like a stranger when we all finally meet in person that first day. We certainly want everyone to look forward to their trip, so If you feel more comfortable doing a tour with just your family, please contact us about creating a closed/private or custom tour just for you.
There are two options if you wish to travel with just people you know. The first is a closed group or private tour. As long as you choose a destination and itinerary that is used for public group tours, the price will be the same (a minimum of 6 people still applies), we would just set a date for your private tour to begin. The other option is a custom tour, which could be anywhere and does not need to follow an existing itinerary. Just contact us and we will be happy to get that scheduled and designed for you. Please note there is an additional charge for custom tours which will be discussed with you when you contact us.
We do our best to minimize any standing in line or wait times. We pre-book any sites that require tickets for entry and most are for a specific time, so there is generally minimal waiting. We also try to schedule tours during less busy times of the year so that security lines, etc. are shorter. While we can’t always avoid waiting, we do our best to make it as short as possible.
Breakfasts are provided at your hotel. Lunches will generally be at food courts or box lunches. Dinners will be at family-friendly restaurants. We do try to have some variety in the types of restaurants we use in order to appeal to everyone. We also make sure that the restaurants we choose can meet any dietary restrictions that you or your family members might have. Generally, you will be able to see the menu for the restaurant prior to arrival so you will know what they offer ahead of time.
Most places are stroller accessible. In the rare situation where strollers aren’t allowed, your tour leader will let you know ahead of time so you can be prepared.
For our Washington DC tours, we get around by metro and by foot. You will be provided with metro cards during your stay. While there is a lot of walking, we do try to minimize it when possible, so that your little ones don’t wear out too fast.
Yes! If you would like us to design a custom tour for your family to any destination, please contact us and we will be happy to help make your vacation dreams come true!