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The new year offers new opportunities to explore Boston's Freedom TrailĀ®. There's an array of activities and exhibits for children, history buffs and visitors to celebrate Black History Month and Women's History Month, while exploring more chapters of the United States' story along two special walking tours.

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 65 million people around the world are displaced. The Newseum's new exhibit, Annenberg Space for Photography's REFUGEE, depicts the lives of diverse populations displaced throughout the world and includes stunning portraits of new Americans.

National Harbor, a micro-city on the banks of the Potomac River, recently welcomed the addition of MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino, a luxury resort, retail, dining, entertainment and gaming experience just minutes from Washington, D.C.

Interested in espionage? Want to learn about the Man Who Saved the World? Love craft beer and wine?

Elizabeth is New Jersey's newest destination and the perfect alternative to New York City for groups that want all the sightseeing, shopping, dining and historical landmarks, without the expensive big city hustle and bustle.

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