Destination Directory



  • Boardwalk, Beaches, and Merriment

    Famous for its iconic boardwalk, three distinct beaches, seafood, parks, and waterways, Virginia Beach provides groups with the opportunity to experience all the city has to offer through customizable "Live the Life Adventures" in five categories.

  • 5 Wildflower Wonderlands

    Spring may have sprung into summer, but it's not too late to for your groups to spot wildflowers on their tours! The colorful buds saturate desert valleys, grassland prairies and alpine meadows. Whether the itinerary promises hikes, festivals or breathtaking views en route, consider one of these five wildflower picks.

  • 55 in 5: Are You Up for the Challenge?

    Colorado Springs and its surrounding region offer an epic adventure to those up for the challenge. From natural and military history to cultural icons and outdoor adventure, the region's got it all.

  • 6 Ocean City Activities Beyond the Beach and Boardwalk

    Ocean City, Maryland, is famous for its beach and boardwalk—yet a host of fun and exciting attractions and activities abound throughout the region.

  • A Look Inside the Muhammad Ali Center

    A multicultural center with an award-winning museum, the Muhammad Ali Center captures the inspiration derived from the story of Muhammad Ali's incredible life. A visit to the center is not just an experience; it's a journey into the heart of a champion.

  • Bringing People Together

    Jane Tougouma | Group Tour Sales Manager, Destination Cleveland

    A "boomerang," Jane Tougouma returned to Cleveland from Los Angeles and found love in more ways than one. "Traveling is my passion and planning tours for others is my pleasure, especially sharing the unexpected gem that is Cleveland." She joined Destination Cleveland in 2010, serves on the ABA Marketplace Advisory Committee and is CVB co-chair liaison of the ABA 2017 Host Advisory Committee. Her personal travels have included visits to West Africa, Republic of Georgia, Japan and Iceland.

  • Discover, Learn and Explore at the Aga Khan Museum

    Millennia before smartphones captured history's significant moments, artists across cultures were depicting occasions in tapestries, paintings and sculpture. Today the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Ontario, whose mandate is connecting cultures through the arts, houses more than 1,000 years of artistic accomplishments in its permanent collection. Visitors explore painted manuscripts, metalwork as well as scientific instruments, which showcase the breadth of Muslim civilizations from the Iberian Peninsula to China.

  • Give Veterans a Hero's Welcome

    A time of reflection, remembrance and reunion: Clarksville, Tennessee, honors the service and sacrifice of veterans with the third annual Welcome Home Veterans event, September 13 – 17, 2017.

  • Goodbye, Winter! Hello, Maple Syrup!

    While Midwesterners delight at the first sighting of Robin Red Breast flying across the morning sky, New Englanders look for white clouds of smoke rising from sugar shack chimneys to signify winter's end. Beginning in late February, fragrant plumes of steam rise throughout Western Connecticut, heralding the arrival of maple syrup season. Group travelers interested in the longstanding maple syrup making process have many opportunities to experience it in Western Connecticut.

  • Make This the Year You Visit!

    Each year nearly three million people visit South Dakota to marvel at the majestic beauty of the Black Hills. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the completion of Mount Rushmore National Memorial. The Mount Rushmore monument showcases the ingenuity, vision and tenacity of the determined men and women who worked on the historic project.

  • Nashville’s New Restaurant Brings Magic to the Table

    Icon Entertainment Group has a new attraction up its sleeve for Nashville-bound groups.

  • New Digs for Dinosaurs at COSI

    Something big and terrifying just arrived in Columbus, Ohio: A Tyrannosaurus rex... and a few of his friends!

  • Pandora — The World of Avatar

    Nature, culture, conservation. Science, physics, flight, fight. Color, creativity, imagination, light.

    All 4.4 light years away... yet experienced in a day. Welcome to the newest world within Disney's Animal Kingdom, a fitting home to an ambitious, noble land inspired by Avatar, the film written and directed by James Cameron.

  • Pixar Pier Brings New Experiences to Disney California Adventure Park

    Out with the old, in with the new! Paradise Pier at Disney California Adventure will reopen in summer 2018, with a Pixar-style transformation. Opening during the Pixar Fest celebration beginning April 13, Pixar Pier will feature four neighborhoods complete with newly themed attractions, food and merchandise representing beloved Disney-Pixar stories.

  • Readers' Choice 2015: Eastern Destinations

    Broadway, shopping, sports, history, art... the reasons to visit New York are never-ending, and the ways to experience the city are ever-evolving.

  • Readers' Choice 2015: Southern Destinations

    Those authentic, soulful, powerful, unpretentious sounds couldn only come from the place where music is inspired, written, recorded and performed: Music City.

  • Special Events and Exhibitions: San Antonio Celebrates 300 Years in 2018

    Founded by Spaniards, ruled by Mexico, settled by Germans and influenced by ethnicities from around the world... San Antonio, Texas, is a land rich in diversity, history, innovation, art and culture.

  • Tale of a New Tourism Town

    Could any small town in the world fathom receiving 1 million visitors in 40 days? It is not a dream, but a reality for Danzhai Wanda Town in China.

  • What Do Nashville and Austin Have in Common? Outlaws.

    Music City has long been an epicenter for country music. But once upon a time, Nashville's country music stars had to fight for creative control of their own songs and sounds. That's why artists like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Bobby Blare moved to Austin, Texas.