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Transatlantic Art Adventure: London and NYC on Queen Mary 2

Experience some of the world’s finest art galleries from New York to London on this spectacular transatlantic voyage aboard Queen Mary 2.
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16 days
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United States/England

Transatlantic Art Adventure: London and NYC on Queen Mary 2

Experience some of the world’s finest art galleries from New York to London on this spectacular transatlantic voyage aboard Queen Mary 2.
Length
16 days
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5,199
Program No. 22603 RJ
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From New York’s 5th Avenue to London’s Trafalgar Square, immerse yourself in the wonderful world of modern art on this spectacular transatlantic voyage. Explore some of the world’s finest art galleries, from the Metropolitan Museum to the National Portrait Gallery, learning with experts about the history behind both timeless masterpieces and contemporary classics. Enjoy enriching lectures and workshops at sea and savor the exquisitely British experience of crossing the Atlantic aboard the elegant Queen Mary 2.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Explore some of the world’s finest art galleries over two continents, from New York City to London.
  • Voyage across the Atlantic aboard the elegant Queen Mary 2, enjoying a lecture series that illuminates the world of modern and contemporary art.
  • Learn about architecture as you float up the iconic River Thames to the Tate Britain by riverboat.
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