So that you can make your 2023 vacation plans now, we’ve listed the dates of our 2023 battlefield tour offerings below. We will have flyers and descriptive pages up for all tours prepared by early November 2022.

Guide Markus Klauer explaining the St. Mihiel Offensive in 2018 at the St. Mihiel American Memorial, Montsec. Photo by Andrew Pouncey.
17 – 23 April102nd Infantry Regiment and Yankee Division WW1 Battlefield Tour–7 Days / 6 Nights
Offered in conjunction with The Connecticut Heritage Foundation
17 – 22 MayFlanders Fields and the Somme Tour (WW1)–6 Days / 5 Nights
23 – 26 MayVerdun Tour (WW1)–4 Days / 3 Nights
27 May – 2 JuneMeuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel Tour (WW1)–7 Days / 6 Nights
3 – 6 JunePrivate Tour Availability–See below
7 – 13 JuneArdennes “Battle of the Bulge” Tour (WW2)–7 Days / 6 Nights
14 – 20 JuneNormandy Tour (WW2)–7 Days / 6 Nights
21 – 24 JunePrivate Tour Availability–See below
2 – 5 JulyPrivate Tour Availability–See below
There is no better way to get a feeling for what the soldiers experienced than walking the battlefield. Photo by Dave Gaddis, 2018.

Private Tours for Your Family or Group—College, Veterans Association, etc.

Do you have a relative who fought in WW1 or WW2 and in whose footsteps you would like to walk? Are you part of an association interested in military history? Setting up a tour is a major logistical exercise.  We are happy to work with you to set up a meaningful private tour for your family or group. We can arrange tours for most budget, interest and physical ability levels. We can also build the tour as a fundraiser, where a certain portion of each participant’s payment is donated to your organization! (That is what we structured with The Connecticut Heritage Foundation’s 102nd Inf. Regt. / Yankee Division tour.)

Please contact Randy to start the discussion at kneedeepintohistory@gmail.com or 908.451.0252.

If the above dates don’t work for your group, reach out to Randy regarding his or Markus’ availability.


Header photo courtesy of the American Battle Monuments Commission.