Cultural Travel & Study Tours
The Guide to Cultural Travel & Study Tours
Smithsonian Journeys
       
Website smithsonianjourneys.org
Year Established 1975
Program Description Museum-based educational travel that includes ocean & river cruises, land & outdoor trips, performing arts and family programs.
Number of Programs/Year 250
Program Length 3-21 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio ~25
Program Focus Culture/History/Heritage, Literature, Philosophy/Religion, Sports, World Affairs, Nature/Science, Performing Arts, Archaeology, Art/Architecture/Design
Faculty Study leaders who are experts in their fields, local experts.
U.S. Locations Alaska
Arizona
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Maine
New York
South Carolina
Virginia
Global Locations Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Belgium
Belize
Canada
Chile
China
Costa Rica
Croatia
Egypt
England
Europe
France
Galapagos Islands
Germany
Greece
Iceland
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Mediterranean
Mexico
Mongolia
Panama
Peru
Russia
Scotland
Turkey
United States
Months Year round
Contact Smithsonian Journeys
P .O. Box 23182
Washington, DC 20026
United States
Phone: 877-338-8687
Fax: 202-633-6088
E-Mail: SmithsonianJourneys@si.edu

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