New International Travel Alliance for Museum Members

. March 2, 2016.
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The Toledo Museum of Art is among 19 founding members of the new Museum Travel Alliance created to expand exclusive travel opportunities for museum patrons and members passionate about cultural travel.

The Museum Travel Alliance will offer 15 trips around the world during 2016, including a river cruise along the Lower Danube, Vienna’s art and architectural treasures and medieval Balkan churches; sailing the Baltic’s Amber Coast from St. Petersburg to Copenhagen during the “white nights” of midsummer, and a New Year’s excursion to Egypt and Jordan by private plane. Seven travel opportunities for 2017 have also been announced.

These sea and river voyages use smaller vessels that carry a maximum of 85 passengers while land and rail trips are capped at groups of 25.

Information about the tours being offered to TMA members is available at toledomuseum.org/join-give/museum-travel-alliance | 419-255-8000

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