Georgia citizens were heavily involved in the expansive war effort during World War II. Their dedication and patriotic duty had a profound and significant impact on America’s ultimate victory.

The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force presents a 3-day tour led by the Director of Educational Travel, Mark Copeland, and will visit some of the important sites and museums that are a part of WWII history in Georgia.

Upcoming Tour Dates:

October 23-26, 2023 :

The Georgia World War II Heritage Trail Tour

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Frequently Asked Questions

A welcome dinner at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force. Deluxe motorcoach transportations, all lodging and meal (first night lodging excluded), Exclusive tours at the following sites: The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, the WWII Home Front Museum, the WWII Flight Training Museum, the National Prisoner of War Museum, the National Infantry Museum, and the Museum of Aviation.

Each historic site and museum will involve some amount of walking and there might be a few stairs. Each property has facilities that can accommodate any physically challenged requirement. The motorcoach transport is equipped with A/C, lavatory, easy boarding stairs and a wheelchair lift.

Travel insurance is strongly recommended. WeTravel offers travelers insurance through the booking process.

If you have any food allergy or a dietary requirement that requires Kosher meals or gluten-free food product, please advise us at the time of booking.

Alerting the dining establishments to ensure the product for many of these requests requires notice and we want to ensure that we are able to fulfill your requests.

All gratuities are included in your tour booking. You do not need to tip unless you choose to do so.

Tour leaders and managers will not accept tips.

We recommend traveling as light as possible, most participants bring on suitcase and a carry-on.

Already booked?

Yes. Since you will be traveling and staying at multiple locations via motor coach during your tour, we ask that you limit yourself to one suitcase and one carryon.

Luggage will need to placed outside your hotel door on days of departure and will be taken to the motor coach by hotel porters. Upon checkin at each hotel, luggage will be brought to your room.

The food will be typical “Southern fare”. All of the hotels have full breakfast buffets. Lunches will typically have three selections to choose from. Your booking covers all meals.

Please contact our Director of Educational Travel, Mark Copeland, via email or phone (912) 988-1842 for any additional questions.


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