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Open my world: Who’s who at TREX18

October 12, 2018

This week in “Open my world,” we visit three NTA-member hotels: The Mob Museum, The Museum of Flight, and the National World War II Museum. These partners—and so many more—are promoting their product at Travel Exchange ’18, Nov. 4–8. Connect with them in Milwaukee!


The Mob Museum
Las Vegas, Nevada
Attending TREX18: Sabine Von Henning
themobmuseum.org

Trip Advisor recently voted The Mob Museum No. 20 of the 25 best museums nationwide. Please keep them in mind for those future group activities or special events! The Mob Museum provides a provocative, contemporary look at the continuing battle between the mob and the law through high-tech theater presentations, over 2,000 iconic one-of-a-kind artifacts and interactive exhibits. Enhance your visit with a private guided tour, scavenger hunt, audio tour, Mob Mystery or a Downtown Las Vegas walking tour. Open daily 9 a.m.–9 p.m.


The Museum of Flight
Seattle, Washington
Attending TREX18: Bethany Carrillo
museumofflight.org

The Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, offering an extensive array of educational programs for youth and adults, an aggressive calendar of public lectures, theatrical performances, and activities, and an extensive collection including more than 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft. A private docent tour is complimentary when you book your group at least two weeks in advance of your visit.


The National World War II Museum
New Orleans, Louisiana
Attending TREX18: Shelly Dupuy
nationalww2museum.org

Rated the No. 1 attraction in New Orleans by Trip Advisor, this remarkable museum illuminates the American experience during the WWII era. Explore moving personal stories, powerful interactive displays and iconic vehicles including a Sherman Tank, Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and renowned Higgins Boats. View immersive 4-D cinematic experience, “Beyond All Boundaries”, produced and narrated by Tom Hanks, and perform as a crew member in the interactive Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience.

Now open: The Museum’s Train Car Experience and the “Road To Berlin” exhibit in the Campaigns of Courage Pavilion. Stage Door Canteen features group friendly live entertainment: weekday lunch matinee shows and weekend dinner/brunch shows. Group tour lunch/dinner menus available. Open daily 9-5. Free coach parking nearby. Suggested visit time: minimum three hours. Closed Mardi Gras, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day.

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