At its six-acre campus in New Orleans, The National WWII Museum provides vivid insight into the war that changed the world. However, nothing can tell the story of that war more dramatically than a visit to the actual places where victory was fought for and won. Our travel program allows you to experience these journeys in first-class comfort as you go behind the scenes to the beaches, bridges, cities, and villages where crucial battles took place and history-making decisions were made. Guided by esteemed experts in WWII history, you’ll hear the personal stories and walk in the footsteps of the brave individuals who fought for the freedom we enjoy today. This tour provides the unique experience to travel with one of the Museum’s most beloved guest authors, Alex Kershaw, and world-renowned WWII scholar J. Marc Milner, PhD.
The River Seine to the Beaches of Normandy
Featuring an exclusive lecture series by the Museum’s special guests, this all-new tour brings together the very best of The National WWII Museum’s flagship Normandy program with a whole new level of luxury—including world-class château accommodations and a five-star river cruise aboard the brand new, exclusively chartered Joie de Vivre.