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Madison Square Garden is home to the world's most legendary events in sports and entertainment. From famed plays on the court and ice, to the birth of WrestleMania®, to being the home of all-star ensemble, multimillion-dollar benefit concerts and more, your group will not want to miss out on the opportunity to explore 130 years of Garden history!

Experience beautiful Atlantic City, where you can find many ways to enjoy our seaside city, fun for the young—and young at heart! Atlantic City's attractions, hotel resorts, dining options, shopping, entertainment, casinos, beach, Boardwalk and other amenities make it a popular year-round destination.

Do your groups hope to map constellations on their tour? Consider these five locations, with skies so dark, the stars can't help but light up the night.

Columbus takes pride in its wealth of locally owned businesses, restaurants, shops, attractions and more that are available throughout the city. These Columbus-made products and establishments shine for their unique stories as well as their commitment to quality and collaboration—and they are helping put Columbus on the map for its creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.

The year 2017 is big for the world of England's literature—the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (known as "the philosopher's stone" across the pond), the 125th anniversary of the first Sherlock Holmes publication, the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death and more. In recognition of these literary milestones, VisitEngland declared 2017 the "Year of Literary Heroes!"

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Baby Boomer Travel Trends

For baby boomers, travel is, well, booming. According to the AARP 2017 Travel Trends Report, 99 percent of boomers plan to take at least one leisure trip this year, with an average of five or more trips. But why do they want to travel, and where do they want to go? The report uncovered several trends.

This Wouldn't Look Better as a Lake

"Wouldn't this look better as a lake?"

I was staring out into Yosemite Valley. Half Dome and El Capitan loomed in the distance—two natural landmarks accomplishing what I thought impossible: Make the giant sequoias gathered below look small.

"What?" I turned to the man standing next to me.

"A joke," he said. "Someone once thought this valley would make a great lake."

Get Your Kicks on ... Route 50?

Route 66 sure gets a lot of hype, but have you sent groups along U.S. Route 50 lately? Probably not. In July 1986, Life magazine dubbed the Nevada portion, "The Loneliest Road in America." And yet, from rural mountain ranges to desolate deserts and miles upon miles of rich farmland, Route 50 stretches across 3,073 miles from Ocean City, Maryland to Sacramento, California. It spans 12 states and links four state capitals—offering the most complete cross-sectional journey along the United States midriff.