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Who You Travel With Makes a World of Difference

Throughout our history, AMNH has launched expeditions across seven continents, mapping the origin and progression of life on this planet and exploring the richness and variety of world cultures. Museum log books are laden with reports from Franz Boas in the North Pacific, Barnum Brown in the American West, Roy Chapman Andrews in Asia, Theodore Roosevelt in South America, Robert Peary at the North Pole, Carl Akeley in Africa, and Margaret Mead in the South Pacific.

These intrepid scientists and adventurers are the inspiration behind AMNH Expeditions. Designed for those who yearn for an in-depth educational experience in the field, the tours enable travelers to embark on their own explorations of the world in the company of AMNH scientists, educators, and curators. These unique programs feature smaller groups, provide a combination of study, adventure, and leisure activities, and often include exclusive access and special entrée not often found on larger tours.

What AMNH Travelers Say
“We had several special surprises—such as our farewell dinner with Mrs. Anwar Sadat at her Cairo residence—which were just the icing on a beautiful cake. Chas. & Karen Goetz, Egypt: Treasures of Pharaohs

“The Trip was everything we hoped for, but I think the highlight was the people we were traveling with.” Eliza & Sibley Biederman, The Galapagos Islands

About Us
Established
1953
Program Description
Educational travel programs that reflect past and current areas of interest and exploration.
Programs/Year
50
Program Length
7-31 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio
12-120
Program Focus
Archaeology, Culture/History/Heritage, Nature/Science
Faculty
AMNH scientists, educators, & curators as well as scholars, political leaders, & members of the community visited.
Costs
Rates are generally based on shared occupancy and are generally all-inclusive except for international airfare to and from the destination.
U.S. Locations
Juneau, Alaska
Everglades, Florida
Mississippi
Global Locations
Antarctica
Australia
Botswana
Brazil
Patagonia, Chile
Silk Road & Yangtze River, China
Costa Rica
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Nile River, Egypt
Paris & Dordogne Valley, France
Greece
India
Ireland
Sicily & Tuscany, Italy
Japan
Mayan Ruins, Baja California, Mexico
Micronesia
Mongolia
Annapurna, Nepal
Christchurch, New Zealand
Amazon Rainforest, Peru
Saudi Arabia
Turkey
Vietnam
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Months
Year round
Contact
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th St.
New York, NY 10024
United States
Phone: 800-462-8687/212-759-5700
Fax: 212-769-5755
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