Explore museums and historic sites during engaging, specially arranged excursions with your family in these two European capitals. Plus, take the Eurostar from London to Paris.  

Starting at: $5,645 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 The famous Louvre museum, with the glass entrance designed by I.M. Pei  The gates of Buckingham Palace, London  The Tower of London  Exhibit on view in London's Tower of London. Credit: London On View  Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London. Credit: London On View  Exhibit of theatrical costumes in the Globe Theatre's museum. Credit: London On View  Gallery of London's Tate Modern. Credit: London On View  Trafalgar Square, London  The Eiffel Tower in Paris  The famous Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris  Eiffel Tower, Paris, France  The Palace of Versailles  The Hall of Mirrors at Versailles  The basilica of Sacré-Cœur in Montmartre  Typical artist square in Montmartre  London's Tower Bridge

Exploring London and Paris: A Family Journey

10 days from $5,645

Explore museums and historic sites during engaging, specially arranged excursions with your family in these two European capitals. Plus, take the Eurostar from London to Paris.  

or Call 855-330-1542

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The London/Paris tour was such a wonderful experience. I was able to do a lot of the things that I wanted to do in both places. I met so many great people and learned so much about both places.

- Olivia H.

This trip is perfect for multi-generational families; days are filled with activities that are fun and education based!

- Judith A.

This trip was the most amazing way for a grandmother and granddaughter to celebrate a 10th birthday!

- Barbara S.


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Jun 24 - Jul 3, 2017 Departure; Jul 15 - 24, 2017 Departure
Lisa Passaglia Bauman

Lisa Passaglia Bauman

Hear Lisa Passaglia Bauman speak at the Smithsonian Associates program – Art, Power, and Pleasure in Italy’s Renaissance Courts

Lisa Passaglia Bauman is an Assistant Professor of Art History at George Mason University where she teaches courses on Italian Renaissance art and architecture, nineteenth-century European art, as well as introductory courses on the visual arts and architecture as part of the Mason Core curriculum. She recently developed a Study Abroad program for George Mason University in Florence, Italy, where she served as the Academic Director. She received her Ph.D. in Renaissance and Baroque art from Northwestern University. Her scholarly interests focus on cardinals as patrons in late fifteenth-century Rome and the elaborate rhetoric of patronage of the della Rovere family. Her publications include “Piety and Public Consumption: Domenico, Girolamo and Julius II della Rovere at Santa Maria del Popolo,” in Patronage and Dynasty. The Rise of the della Rovere in Renaissance Italy, and “The Rhetoric of Power: Della Rovere Palaces and Processional Routes in Late Fifteenth-Century Rome” in Patronage, Gender and the Arts in Early Modern Italy. Before coming to George Mason University, Dr. Passaglia Bauman was a lecturer in the Department of Museum Education at the Art Institute of Chicago where she developed and presented collection tours, thematic tours, and exhibition overviews in gallery walks and public lectures.  The Art Institute of Chicago has one of the largest and foremost collections of late-nineteenth-century French art in the world, material that is at the heart of the nineteenth-century European art course and Impressionism seminar she currently teaches.  Her years of lecturing in front of the art work have informed her teaching as she strives to engage her students more intimately with the object, its history and its cultural context.