Our travel is only available to Members, with trips taking us far and wide. Short day trips, such as those mentioned in the Special Events section, are taken regularly. We also make day trips to New York City, such as our trip to see the relocated Whitney Museum of American Art followed by the play, "Hamilton", just after it opened. Philadelphia is also an easy day trip for us when we visit the Barnes Foundation and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, or visit private collections and notable architectural sites.

In addition, ASG plans one international trip each year, to destinations such as the Veneto or Paris Photo with a side trip to Bordeaux. We also take overnight trips in this country and have enjoyed Los Angeles, Boston, Bentonville, AR, and Detroit to name just a few.

Some of our more recent destinations:

  • Vienna: Treasures of an Imperial Capital & Birthplace of Modern Design (2017)
  • Cutting Edge Contemporary Germany: Sculpture Projects Munster, Documenta 14 and Berlin (2017)
  • The New York Botanical Garden and AIM Biennial at The Bronx Museum of The Arts (2017)
  • Manhattan - Whitney Biennial 2017 + High Line architecture tour (2017)
  • Art & Architecture in Houston Texas (2017)
  • Art & Architecture in Columbus & Indianapolis – ASG Explores the American Midwest (2015)
  • Art & Architecture in Arkansas – Crystal Bridges, Little Rock & the Architect Fay Jones (2015)
  • Art & Architecture in Cambridge, MA (2015) Read more! Download PDF
  • Upper Manhattan – The Cloisters & The Hispanic Society of America (2015 day trip)
  • From Giotto to Canova: A Tour through the Veneto (2015) Read more! Download PDF
  • Manhattan – Tour of the New Whitney & Theater: Hamilton (2015)
  • Travel to the Berkshires: The Clark Museum & Mass MoCA (2015)
  • Paris Photo and Beyond – Paris & Bordeaux, France (2013)
  • Art & Architecture in Detroit & Toledo (2014)
  • Art & Architecture in Los Angeles (2012)
  • Can This Be Buffalo? Art & Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, Albright Knox (2011)

Banner image courtesy of the Walters Art Museum