Retired Executives & Professionals



Donald Kendall Sculpture Garden
Neuberger Museum of Art 

Dinner in Oyster Bay
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site  (Home of President Theodore Roosevelt)
Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park
Coe Hall 65 room Tudor Rival mansion
Dinner Harold’s Restaurant in New Jersey


FALL 2017

Landis Valley and Farm Museum

Demonstrations of crafts, animals, plants, and implements are authentic to the 1700-1800's.
National Watch & Clock Museum

We will visit a collection of over 12,000 timekeeping items. This is the largest and most comprehensive collection in North America.

George's Furniture & Woodshed

We will see how master craftsmen work with wood to create a masterpiece.

Miller's Smorgasbord for Dinner


National Museum of African American History & Culture

More than 36,000 artifacts and more than 100,000 charter members.

The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute
The institute provides training for professional mariners working in merchant, passenger, and military vessels.

The Library of Congress

The largest library in the world serves as a research center for Congress.


U.S. Naval Academy

The Academy has been training future officers to the Navy since 1845. We will have a grand tour of the facilities, the chapel, and the gift shop.

Maritime Museum St. Michaels
The history of the Chesapeake, the largest collection of Chesapeake boats, and the maritime industry are explored.
The PACA House & Gardens
The 18th Century Georgian mansion was designed and built by William Paca, a Maryland statesman and signer of The Declaration of Independence. 

Patriot Boat Cruise St. Michaels Since 1969 the Patriot has navigated the Miles River and the Chesapeake Bay. 

FALL 2015

The September 11 Memorial & MuseumThe Educational and Historical Institution honors victims and examines 9/11 and its continued global significance.

The Whitney Museum
Visit the acclaimed museum designed by Renzo Piano on a self-guided tour of the numerous exhibitions throughout the museum.

The NYC Highline
Next to the Whitney stroll the 1.46 mile long New York City linear park on an elevated section of disused Promenade Planter of the New York Central Railroad.