Easy Company: England to the Eagles Nest

Sept. 9-21, 2024

$7,999 per person based on double occupancy
$9,999 per person for single occupancy. 
Optional three night pre-tour extension "Churchill's London". $1,999 per person double occupancy, $2,759 single occupancy

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Personal and professional friendships brought together the stories of the members of Easy Company at The National WWII Museum–in our oral history collection and our exhibits. Easy Company: England to the Eagle's Nest is the only tour featuring many archival and research pieces pertaining to the “Band of Brothers.” Other documents and materials will be
reproduced and shared with tour participants.



• Travel in the company of a cast member from the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers (Actor will be announced to travelers prior to departure)
• Full-time logistical tour manager
• Expert local battlefield guides
• Roundtrip airport transfers (when arriving and departing on scheduled group tour dates)
• Boutique hotel accommodations in prime locations
• Private, first-class, air-conditioned motor coach transportation
• VIP access to sites not offered on other tours

• Entrance fees to all sites, museums, and historic attractions in itinerary
• Personal listening devices on all included touring
• Gratuities to guides, drivers, porters, and servers
• 12 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 1 reception, and 8 dinners
• Beer, wine, and soft drinks with included lunches and dinners
• Informative map book with useful battlefield maps and archival images to be used throughout the journey
• Personalized luggage tags and name badge









Day 1| London Arrivals / Aldbourne, England
Day 2| Portsmouth / Cross the English Channel
Day 3| Utah Beach / US Airborne
Day 4| La Fière / Easy Company in Normandy
Day 5| Pointe du Hoc / Omaha Beach / Normandy American Cemetery
Day 6| Normandy to the Netherlands
Day 7| Eindhoven / Arnhem / Nijmegen
Day 8| Netherlands American Cemetery / Journey to the Ardennes
Day 9| Battle of the Bulge / Bastogne / Bois Jacques
Day 10| Luxembourg American Cemetery / Haguenau
Day 11| Dachau / Zell Am See
Day 12| Berchtesgaden
Day 13| Zell Am See / Munich

Pre-Trip extension details.

$1,999* per person double occupancy, $2,759* single occupancy
*$129 per person taxes & fees are additional.


Day One – Arrive London
Arrive at London Heathrow Airport (LHR), and transfer to the 5-star Rubens at the
Palace Hotel in the heart of London. Relax this evening with dinner and sightseeing at
your leisure.

Accommodations: Rubens at the Palace (R)

Day Two - Chartwell
Travel to Chartwell, Sir Winston Churchill’s countryside manor. Pictures, books, and
personal mementoes evoke the career and wide-ranging interests of this great
statesman, writer, painter, and family man. Explore the hillside gardens and reflect on
Churchill’s love of the landscape and nature. They include the lakes he created, Lady
Churchill’s Rose Garden, and the playhouse built especially for his youngest daughter.
After lunch on the grounds of Chartwell, return to London and enjoy an evening on
your own.

Accommodations: Rubens at the Palace (B, L)

Day Three – Imperial War Museum and Churchill War Rooms
After breakfast, tour the Churchill War Rooms, which were constructed beneath the
streets of Westminster during World War II. This facility served as the underground
nerve center where Churchill and his inner circle directed the war in Europe. Enjoy a
traditional lunch of fish and chips at a nearby English pub, then take a driving tour of
London. Continue to the famed Imperial War Museum for an afternoon of exploration
in the exhibits. Imperial War Museum-London is a place to experience the continuing
influence of war on the world—an experience that is as compelling and thought-provoking
as it is unforgettable. Return to the Rubens this evening for your final night in

Accommodations: Rubens at the Palace (B, L)

Day Four - Join the Easy Company Tour
Enjoy breakfast at the Rubens then transfer to Aldbourne to meet the main tour group. (B)


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