Trips and Tours

A Day of Art in Bucks County
A Day of Art in Bucks County
We start our day with an artist-led tour at the spectacular home and studio of photographer, Paul Grand. Following a professional career in private industry, this master of abstraction began an odyssey in photography, creating images that focus on rich color, jarring contrasts and architectural renderings
ALOHA AT THE NY BOTANICAL GARDEN
ALOHA AT THE NY BOTANICAL GARDEN
Join us as we return to the incomparable 250-acre New York Botanical Gardens for Georgia O’Keefe: Visions of Hawaii, a major exhibition exploring the artist’s immersion in the Hawaiian Islands in 1939.
Away to the Hudson Valley
Away to the Hudson Valley
Our trip takes us one hour north of New York City to the lower Hudson Valley’s town of Cornwall to see one of the world’s leading sculpture parks, Storm King Art Center. Modern three-dimensional works of art are placed directly in the landscape.
Brooklyn II
Brooklyn II
By popular demand, Joe will be back to escort us through the “Fourth Largest City in the USA.” Our trip will take us to several old, diverse Brooklyn neighborhoods including Sunset Park with its harbor view and stone houses, Chinatown, Hassidic Borough Park and Italian Bensonhurst.
Bucks County 2
Bucks County 2
We will begin our day by touring Mill Fleurs, a 1742 gristmill on the Tohickon Creek. Beautifully designed gardens are set into massive rock outcroppings and steep woodland slopes that feature magnificent collections of hosta, rhododendron, hellebore and a wide variety of ferns.
Historic Harlem, Apollo Theater and the Morris Jumel Mansion
Historic Harlem, Apollo Theater and the Morris Jumel Mansion
Our popular guide, Joe Svehlak, will lead a walking/bus tour (depending on weather and traffic) of America’s largest African-American community, taking in historic landmark districts, fine churches, streets of lovely row homes and others of stately homes.
Moving Images and Latin American Sculpture
Moving Images and Latin American Sculpture
Our day begins in Astoria, NY at the Museum of the Moving Image - the country’s only museum dedicated to the art, history, technique, and technology of the moving image in all its forms.
Theodore Roosevelt and  Turn-of-the-Century Long Island
Theodore Roosevelt and Turn-of-the-Century Long Island
Join us on a journey to beautiful Long Island to see how the other half lived. We’ll begin with a visit to Sagamore Hill, the home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States, from 1885 until his death in 1919.