Open my world: Who’s who at TREX18
October 2, 2018
This week in “Open my world,” we visit three U.S. attractions. Visit a 250-room French chateau filled with works of art and antiques; step aboard tour guided trams while winding through a canyon floor and past towering bluffs and waterfalls, and tour interactive exhibits that explore how news affects our shared experience of historic moments. These partners—and so many more—are promoting their product at Travel Exchange ’18, Nov. 4–8. Connect with them in Milwaukee!
Asheville, North Carolina
Attending TREX18: Leslie Brewer
Discover a destination where life is enriched with memorable experiences. Visit a 250-room French chateau filled with works of art and antiques. Explore acres of spectacular gardens, and taste vintages crafted at an award-winning winery. Soak up sunshine with outdoor activities, then relax an an exclusive inn renowned for its hospitality. For more than 100 years, one family has preserved a place selected by National Geographic Traveler as one of its “must see” destinations in America. Visit this national wonder and leave with a priceless souvenir – memories. Winter Hours (Jan – Mar) 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM April – December 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM21, 2020!
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park
Attending TREX18: Melody Byrd
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park sprawls across 10,000 acres near the Missouri-Arkansas border, just south of Branson, Missouri. Step aboard comfortable, open air, tour guided trams while winding through the canyon floor, past towering bluffs and waterfalls, crossing creek beds by way of beautifully-crafted stone bridges, and often splashing through spring-feed waters. After a brief stop to feed rainbow trout, the tour continues into Arkansas where herds of bison, elk, and longhorn cattle roam the upper reaches of the Canyon. Your group can also enjoy a lunch/dinner option at the chuck wagon site (The Creekside Pavilion).
Attending TREX18: Roxana Rivera
Find out for yourself why everyone is calling the Newseum the best experience Washington, DC has to offer. Each of the seven levels in this magnificent building is packed with interactive exhibits that explore how news affects our shared experience of historic moments. Whether you have just a few hours or want to spend all day, you’ll find something for everyone in the Newseum’s 15 theaters and 15 galleries.