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Groups Today Destination articles bring travel planners new insights into well-traveled destinations and quick tips for those hidden treasures.

Created from a limestone hilltop over 70 years ago, this unique estate garden is the brilliant vision of famed portrait artist Douglas Chandor (1897 – 1953). His passion for art and beauty are expressed in Chandor Gardens' ingenious layout, rich with water features, intricate stonework, timeless sculpture and delightful surprises around every corner.

Is Fisherman's Wharf on your San Francisco itinerary? (Who are we kidding ... Of course it is!) Tell your groups to bring their appetites along for the delicious seafood dished out at these noteworthy restaurants. 

Planning to visit Branson, Missouri, with your group in 2017? There's always something exciting happening in this Ozark Mountain town. Make sure these exciting new attractions, shows and festivals are on your radar.

James Cameron's Titanic is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and attractions across the United States are commemorating the film's debut. If your group members are film fans, hopeless romantics or curious about how Jack just couldn't hop right up on that door with Kate instead of dying from hypothermia—check out these activities.

Columbus, Ohio, offers an impressive list of locally crafted products, businesses, restaurants and attractions for an itinerary. Now, there's a carefully curated trail you can follow to help your group delve into a collection of standout shops found only in Columbus.

Recent Blogs

What's on the Horizon? Generation Z Travel Trends

Millennials better make some room in that plane, train or automobile: Generation Z is beginning to enter the travel scene. Consisting of people born in the late 1990s to 2010s, they have grown up in a connected and instantaneous environment. They're adaptive and technologically savvy global citizens with aspirations to change the world.

And they want to see the world, too.

Natural Disasters and Tourism

The recent hurricanes in the United States and the Caribbean, the earthquake in Mexico, and floods occurring in parts of Europe ought to serve once again to remind us that much of the tourism industry is dependent on Mother Nature. Although we tend to focus tourism security more on human actions such as terrorism or crime, these acts of nature are as or often even more deadly than acts perpetrated by humans.

It’s Getting Hot in Here: Brand Activism in Diverse Political Climates

West Michigan was unseasonably warm last month.

I was beginning to think sweating was my new way of life.

The weather certainly seems to be symbolic of where we are as a country right now—chaotic, confused and heated.