Rivers were the interstate highways of post-Revolutionary War era America. The network of rivers, streams and tributaries—which spider throughout the US—carried explorers first, and then settlers deep into the nation's heartland.
Today, groups could ponder the river and its history while at a riverside restaurant, park or attraction in the area of Southern Indiana we call "SoIN"—Clark and Floyd counties.
See the iconic skyline of the Big Apple like never before with the NYC Downtown Sightseeing Cruise, recently launched by City Cruises New York.
With a convenient Downtown pick-up location, groups could hop aboard to see the historic and awe-inspiring Statue of Liberty and a scenic-filled loop from Downtown to Midtown and back.
This April, Liberty Ross, in partnership with an impressive roster of collaborators, will revive the legendary Flipper's Roller Boogie Palace in New York City at Rockefeller Center, bringing the iconic one-of-a-kind roller skating venue from 1979 to the next generation of roller skaters.
Many new travel adventures await groups in the Mile High State, from outdoor wonders to arts and culture happenings and exciting new restaurant and craft beverage concepts. Whatever your groups are craving, chances are there's something fresh waiting to be discovered.
The U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC—a top U.S. tourist destination for groups of all kinds—has begun a phased reopening, allowing visitor access to the building for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Seen as a welcomed step by many, the complex has been shut down to the general public since March 12, 2020.