Tyranny on Two Fronts: The Baltic during World War II
This all-new program features two nights at the Grand Hotel Stockholm, a seven-night cruise aboard the five-star mega-yacht Le Soléal, and award-winning author and historian Alexandra Richie.
The Last Line of Defense: Battlefronts along the Rhine
Join renowned historian Donald L. Miller, PhD, on an all-new river cruise aboard Uniworld’s River Empress from Amsterdam to Basel. The Last Line of Defense: Battlefronts along the Rhine takes you to important battlefields that tell the story of the beginning of the end of World War II.
Across Two Wars
This year, The National WWII Museum will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the United States’ first major battles in World War I. Through this special tour, the Museum explores the connections between the two world wars.
Heroes & Legends
This journey includes poignant visits to museums, memorials, and battle sites where Allied forces fought bravely for the freedoms we enjoy today. For golf enthusiasts, it also includes coveted tee times on courses in the Normandy region of France and the breathtaking lowlands of Scotland, and a ticket to the final round of the 2018 Open Championship.
Student Educational Tours
The National WWII Museum offers three distinct, hands-on travel programs for high school and college students.
Battle of the Bulge
Walk in the footsteps of American soldiers who battled against Hitler’s "Last Gamble."
Soldiers and Spies
We embark on a unique seven-day, six-night tour of France, visiting sites from Alex Kershaw's New York Times bestsellers—Avenue of Spies and The Bedford Boys—with the author himself serving as lead historian.
Masters of the Air
Author Donald Miller, PhD, joins guests on this tour to England as he returns to East Anglia, home to the bomber bases of the Eighth Air Force.
The Rise and Fall of Hitler's Germany
Featuring noted historian Dr. Alexandra Richie, The National WWII Museum's exclusive 12-day trip explores Germany and Poland through the lens of the rise and fall of the Third Reich.
Easy Company: England to the Eagle's Nest
In 1992, Museum founder and award-winning author Stephen E. Ambrose published the New York Times bestseller Band of Brothers. Join staff from America's official WWII museum and notable historians for the real-life epic journey across Europe.
D-Day - The Invasion of Normandy & Liberation of France
Our most popular tour provides an in-depth itinerary exploring America’s most famous WWII battle. Offering a full week of touring in Normandy, this unforgettable tour offers great value and top features.
The Liberator: Aboard the Legendary Sea Cloud II
Join New York Times best-selling author Alex Kershaw, The National WWII Museum’s President & CEO Emeritus, Gordon H. “Nick” Mueller, PhD, and the Museum’s Samuel Zemurray Stone Senior Historian, Rob Citino, PhD, on this all-new cruise experience from Valletta, Malta, to Florence, Italy, aboard the 5-star small cruise ship Sea Cloud II.
Victory in the Pacific
This unique, inaugural journey from The National WWII Museum takes guests to the sites of the Pacific war, from Pearl Harbor to Iwo Jima and more. Travel luxuriously while experiencing history up close, with help from renowned historians and eyewitnesses to World War II.
The 75th Anniversary of D-Day
Aboard either the Regent Seven Seas Navigator or the Seabourn Ovation, guests will follow the path of Germany’s conquest of western Europe and the Allied efforts to wrest control back from the Nazis in a path of liberation.
East Meets West: The Link-Up on the Elbe
Best-selling authors Antony Beevor and James Holland accompany a picturesque journey along the river where the most important military link-up of World War II occurred.
The River Seine to the Beaches of Normandy
Featuring an exclusive lecture series by special guests, this all-new tour brings together the best of our flagship Normandy program with a new level of luxury—including a five-star river cruise aboard the exclusively chartered Joie de Vivre.