Open my world: Who’s who at TREX18
August 7, 2018
This week in “Open my world,” we take a stroll through a Nashville estate blooming with historical gardens, experience the outdoor wonders of Klamath Falls, Oregon, and discover Canada’s finest collection of art in its capital city. These partners—and many more—will be in Milwaukee to promote their product options at Travel Exchange ’18.
Cheekwood Estate & Gardens
Attending TREX18: Amanda Bjorklund
Nestled among rolling hills only eight miles west of downtown Nashville, Cheekwood transports you to another time with its world class art, exceptional gardens and historical mansion. Whether it’s 150,000 tulips during Cheekwood in Bloom, fall activities during Cheekwood Harvest or more than 1 million lights illuminating the gardens during Holiday LIGHTS, Cheekwood features a variety of year-round programs and exhibitions. Find out all what’s happening at Cheekwood by meeting with Amanda in Milwaukee.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Attending TREX18: Raena Rodgers
The Klamath Falls region is home to Crater Lake National Park and provides cultural history and some of the most beautiful and authentic nature experiences in the American West. Drive the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway or hop on Amtrak’s Coast Starlight. Explore Lava Beds National Monument. Located on the Pacific Flyway, Klamath’s six National Wildlife Refuges boast over 350 species of birds, making Klamath County a bird-lovers paradise. Be sure to connect with Raena at TREX18 to learn more!
National Gallery of Canada
Attending TREX18: Hélène Donaldson
Visitors will learn the stories that have shaped Canada’s nation in the newly reinvented Canadian and Indigenous Galleries. They also don’t want to miss the new Canadian Photography Institute. If the great masters are more your style, the gallery is your home to country’s finest collection of European art. In addition to its exquisite national collection, the gallery offers world-class special exhibitions and engaging activities for all ages. Learn more about planning your time here by visiting with Hélène at Travel Exchange ’18.