Tours

Duration
10 days
Group Size
8 to 16

Reformation Tour in Germany June 4-14, 2024

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!

Duration
10 days
Group Size
8 to 15

Tulip Time in the Netherlands April 25-May 5, 2024

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!