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Explore New York City

Take a sensational trip to New York City and stay at a historic hotel while exploring the Big Apple. See the Empire State Building that was built in 1931; the Apollo Theater, a Harlem institution; the Brooklyn Bridge, which was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1883; the Art Deco Chrysler Building; The Cloisters, a museum specializing in European medieval architecture, sculpture, and decorative arts, with a focus on the Romanesque and Gothic periods; and Ellis Island, where 12 million immigrants passed through between 1892 and 1954 in search of a better life.

Select from 10 historic hotels in New York City, including AKA Times Square (1893), Radisson Martinique on Broadway (1898), The Redbury New York (1903), AKA Wall Street (1907), The Plaza (1907, pictured), Omni Berkshire Place, New York City (1926), The Renwick Hotel New York City, Curio Collection by Hilton (1928), AKA Sutton Place (1929), Hilton New York Grand Central (1931), and JW Marriott Essex House New York (1931).

Choose from over 50 romantic packages, special offers, and terrific deals to explore New York City.

Great Experiences & Tours

Great Experiences & Tours™ by Historic Hotels of America offers educational and engaging tours operated by the National Trust Tours to promote enriching experiences and explore the rich cultures of the world, focusing on the art and architecture that has shaped each community.

Hudson River Valley: Artistic Legacy & Splendid Estates
May 13-18, 2018
Admire the celebrated landscapes, spectacular gardens, splendid mansions, and historic homes of Revolutionary War heroes, former presidents, famous artists, and Gilded-Age financiers in the Hudson River Valley.

Eternal Rome: A National Trust Signature Tour
September 1-8, 2018
Examine the iconic monuments, hidden gems, and fascinating architecture of Rome. Enjoy exclusive tours of prestigious Roman noble homes and villas on this deep dive into the city’s history, architecture, and art.

Sailing the Great Lakes Aboard Victory I
September 1-10, 2018
Sail across Lake Michigan for a horse-drawn carriage ride on Mackinac Island; transit the Soo Locks into Lake Superior; learn about the Ojibwe people of the Manitoulin Islands; and explore Detroit and Cleveland before a thrilling visit to Niagara Falls.

Discover Arizona

Discover Arizona's rich and natural history with the family. See the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonder of the World; San Xavier del Bac, a Spanish mission dating back to 1699 and a National Historic Landmark; the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site; the Tombstone Historic District, one of the best preserved specimens of the rugged frontier of the 1870s and 80s; Montezuma Castle National Monument, one of Arizona's best preserved indigenous cliff dwellings; and the Hoover Dam, one of America's most spectacular feats of engineering.

Stay at one of our 12 historic hotels in Arizona, including Hotel San Carlos (1886), White Stallion Ranch (1900), El Tovar Hotel (1905), The Hotel Congress (1918), Phantom Ranch (1922), Hassayampa Inn (1927), Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort (1929), The Wigmam (1929), Bright Angel Lodge & Cabins (1935), Royal Palms Resort and Spa (1948, pictured), Hotel Valley Ho (1956), and Tubac Golf Resort and Spa (1959).

Choose from over 60 family packages, special offers, and experiences to discover Arizona.

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