New Jersey/Pennsylvania/Washington DC
The Army-Navy Game Experience: Football and History
A seat at the storied Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia is the centerpiece of a learning adventure extending to the grounds of the West Point and Annapolis military academies.
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Program No. 22962RJ
8 days
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At a Glance

As storied as any football meeting in history, a coveted seat at the Army-Navy Game resounds with clashing shoulder pads and helmets, chanting cadets and midshipmen and two sideline mascots — an Army mule and a Navy goat. A seat at this 126-year-old spectacle is the centerpiece of a military learning adventure that extends from Army’s West Point Academy to Annapolis’ Naval Academy. Step onto the grounds of these revered academies with experts to explore how their graduates helped shape a nation, and take special field trips to New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to one mile daily and standing one hour.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Attend the annual Army-Navy Game, a college football rivalry dating to 1890. Visit the campuses of the United States Military Academy and the United States Naval Academy. Experience the newly opened Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.

General Notes

Note: Standard upper-level and upgraded mid-level seats in the stadium are available on game day. Actual sections and seat assignments are available about a month prior to the Army/Navy game. Triple occupancy options are available, call for details.
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Liz White Levenson
Liz Levenson is a Boston native and a graduate of Saint Michael’s College and the International Tour Management Institute. With over ten years of working in the travel industry, she is continually inspired to promote the benefits of group travel and help create incredible shared experiences of a lifetime. When she is not on the road, Liz works as an Operations Coordinator for international Road Scholar programs. She is thrilled to share her passion for learning and travel with you.
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