Road Scholar Adventures
Discover 5,500 educational adventures in all 50 states and 150 countries with Road Scholar, the name for the programs developed and offered by Elderhostel, the not-for-profit world leader in lifelong learning.
Established in 1975, Road Scholar offers participants once-in-a-lifetime experiences delivered by local and world-renowned experts. Experience in-depth and behind-the-scenes learning opportunities, from cultural excursions and study cruises to walking, biking and more. From programs filled with activities and meals, to those with free time to explore independently, Road Scholar offers programs that appeal to all. Just a sampling of Road Scholarís adventures includes:
|North America Programs: Road Scholar offers an unmatched selection of learning adventures in all 50 states. Each program includes hotel accommodations and most meals, lectures, expert-led field trips, tips and behind-the-scenes access.
International Programs: Explore the world with Road Scholar offering programs in some of the most far-reaching and exotic locales in the world.
Adventures Afloat: Traverse some of the world's most spectacular waterways, offering you a convenient and rewarding way to learn and explore aboard ocean liners, riverboats and small ships.
Day of Discovery: Hosted in locations throughout the United States, these daylong conferences probe compelling topics that are local, national or even global in scale. Participants learn from distinguished experts, who offer insight into the day's leading headlines. New programs available in 2015.
| Intergenerational: Discover and explore together with your grandchild through interactive learning experiences and field trips. Both you and your grandchild will share the joy of learning with other grandparents and their grandchildren, bridging generations and opening doors to discovery and friendship. |
Outdoor Adventures: From hiking in the Grand Canyon to exploring France by barge and bicycle, to sharpening your golf or tennis skills, these active programs exercise the body and the mind.
Service Learning: From tutoring schoolchildren or helping restore a crucial forest habitat for wildlife, to assisting with artifact restoration and museum curatorial work, Service Learning programs are an opportunity to make a difference in the world.
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