Explore American Mennonite History – Lancaster, PA

    Meet your family in Lancaster, PA to explore your Mennonite heritage and see some local sights on a refreshing weekend getaway. With an interpreter, tour the Mennonite Information Center and hear facts and stories specific to your family history in Lancaster. Visit Mennonite-owned restaurants, farms, and attractions—including Hershey Chocolate World. This is the perfect local tour for family groups of 5-10. Invite your kids and grandkids. Connect with your siblings and cousins. 

    Explore American Mennonite History – Goshen, IN

    On this wonderful 3-day, 2-night tour, explore your family connections in Goshen or satisfy your curiosity about Mennonite migrations to this area. Stay in a Mennonite-owned hotel. Dine at the in-house restaurant to remember favorite dishes from bygone days. Explore intriguing shops in Goshen and nearby Elkhart. Visit Mennonite historical sites, including the Mennonite Church USA Archives and Mennohof. On a full-day excursion to Barns at Nappanee, tour the farmhouse, enjoy a wagon-tour ride around the farm, and end your visit with a fresh, hearty feast. Take this tour with friends or family of all ages. Suitable for groups of 5-10. 

    Alaska by Land & Sea

    Spend three days in Denali National Park—home to a variety of northern wildlife and of course Mount Denali. See spectacular wilderness vistas as you travel by train to your cruise ship. On a 7-day cruise, enjoy shore excursions in historic Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, and Vancouver, and see unique northern wildlife on land and in the water, calving glaciers, and majestic mountains.

    Beautiful Baltic Cruise

    Discover the beauty, history, and culture of the fascinating countries on a fully-escorted cruise on the Baltic Sea. Learn about the Viking history of Scandinavia, immerse yourself in the wonders of St Petersburg, and gain a greater understanding of the connections forged across cultures through the shared shoreline of the Baltic. Daily excursions suit a variety of activity levels and interests—from nature, history, and animals to art, architecture, and the local food.

    Oberammergau Passion Play (June tickets)

    Almost 400 years ago, the villagers of Oberammergau, Bavaria promised God that if he would spare them from the bubonic plague that was ravaging their region, they would depict the life and death of Jesus in the form of a play. God kept his side of the promise and the villagers performed their first re-enactment of the Passion of Christ in 1634 to fulfill their vow. This play will mark the 42nd time the villagers have performed the play over the past 384 years.

    Oberammergau Passion Play (August tickets)

    Almost 400 years ago, the villagers of Oberammergau, Bavaria promised God that if he would spare them from the bubonic plague that was ravaging their region, they would depict the life and death of Jesus in the form of a play. God kept his side of the promise and the villagers performed their first re-enactment of the Passion of Christ in 1634 to fulfill their vow. This play will mark the 42nd time the villagers have performed the play over the past 384 years.

    Danube River Cruise From Budapest to Prague

    Framed by rolling hillsides, lush vineyards, and medieval castles, the Danube River has captivated people throughout the centuries. Experience the timeless beauty and fascinating history of the region. Take in scenic highlights in the famous cities of Budapest (Hungary), Vienna (Austria), and Prague (Czech Republic). Also, see Bratislava (Slovakia), and Regensburg and Passau in Germany.

    Oberammergau Passion Play (September tickets)

    Almost 400 years ago, the villagers of Oberammergau, Bavaria promised God that if he would spare them from the bubonic plague that was ravaging their region, they would depict the life and death of Jesus in the form of a play. God kept his side of the promise and the villagers performed their first re-enactment of the Passion of Christ in 1634 to fulfill their vow. This play will mark the 42nd time the villagers have performed the play over the past 384 years.