Citations with the tag: HERITAGE tourism
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// Travel Agent; 11/7/94, Vol. 273 Issue 4, Carribean & Bahamas p14
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- Preserving Our State's Natural Wonders.
// Stonewall County Courier (Aspermont, TX); 5/ 3/2012, Vol. 25 Issue 19, p2
The author discusses the preservation of Texas' natural heritage and various natural resources including Caddo Lake, the Big Bend National Park, and the Big Thicket National Reserve.
- New projects announced at Petersburg National Battlefield.
// America's Civil War; Jan2013, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p14
The article reports that the beneficiary of two preservation projects announced in August 20, 2012 is Petersburg National Battlefield in Virginia.
- Beyond the Pale.
BEATTY, LIZ // National Geographic Traveler; Apr2013, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p82
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's heritage tourism to her homeland in northern Ireland.
- The Sensation of Sisterhood.
HOPGOOD, MEI-LING // National Geographic Traveler; Apr2013, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p84
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's heritage tourism to her homeland in Taipei.
- Unearthing a Polish Past.
STROCHLIC, NINA // National Geographic Traveler; Apr2013, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p88
A narrative is presented in which the author explores her experience of heritage tourism at her homeland in Poland.
- Be Inspired by Kitchens from Different Eras.
STROCHLIC, NINA // Old House Journal; Aug2007, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p22
The article offers information on the Newburyport Kitchen Tour in Massachusetts which will be conducted by the preservation society Historic New England on July 28, 2007.
- ARTS MECCA? WHAT ARTS MECCA?
STROCHLIC, NINA // Indianapolis Monthly; Oct2001, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p31
Focuses on the pet project raised by Mayor Bart Peterson to enhance local arts and culture in Indianapolis, Indiana. Budget for the International Violin Competition and the 'Gifts to the Tsars' exhibit; Need to improve the attitude of the Indianapolis citizens to promote cultural tourism; Lack...
- New York gives history lessons.
DeNitto, Emily // Crain's New York Business; 07/31/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p3
Reports on the growth of heritage tourism in New York City. Walking tours offered by Big Onion; Customized tours by Discover New York With Kitt Garrett Inc.; Spending capabilities of heritage tourists; Recreation of the Battle of Brooklyn by NYC & Co.; Historical sites in the city, such as...
- URBAN TRAIL: would link city's cultural districts.
DeNitto, Emily // Indianapolis Business Journal; 6/2/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 12, CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP. p12
Reports on the proposal to build an urban cultural trail in Indianapolis, Indiana. Connection of the five unique cultural districts identified by the tourism initiative; Use of the cultural trail as a means for displaying the city's cultural amenities; Tool for economic development.
- Pima Arts Council debuts new guidebook for Pima County tourism.
DeNitto, Emily // Inside Tucson Business; 5/5/2003, Vol. 12 Issue 47, p21
Reports that the Pima Arts Council has produced a tour guidebook and audio compact disc aimed at helping area residents and visitors travel into the heart of cultural tourism in southern Arizona.
- Research Into Action: History Promotes Itself.
DeNitto, Emily // Parks & Recreation; Feb2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p34
Presents information on a research concerning heritage tourism. Development of heritage tourism; Importance and influence of heritage tourism; Influence of such tourism on park, recreation and other tourism operations; Lessons learned from the research.
- `Dali'-ances With a Variety Of Cultural Activities.
Young, Susan J. // Travel Agent; 01/10/2000, Vol. 298 Issue 3, FLORIDA p6
Recommends cultural sites for tourists visiting the Saint Petersburg, Florida. Florida International Museum; Great Explorations; Salvador Dali Museum.
- Heritage Preserved.
Young, Susan J. // Travel Agent; 9/10/2001, Vol. 305 Issue 7, 2002 SALES PLANNER p3
Presents various religious heritage sites and traditions and customs in Hong Kong, China. Description of Wong Tai Sin Temple; Location of Chi Lin Nunnery; Manifestation of Buddhism in the Po Lin Monastery.
- CULTURAL TOURISM COALITION LAUNCHES LATINO HERITAGE MARKETING PROGRAM.
Young, Susan J. // San Diego Business Journal; 6/24/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 25, pA1
Reports on a marketing program of the California Cultural Tourism Coalition in celebration of California's rich Latino Heritage. Program components; Goals of the program.
- S.D. AMONG THE TOP CULTURAL TOURISM DESTINATIONS.
Young, Susan J. // San Diego Business Journal; 6/24/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 25, pA1
Reports on the inclusion of San Diego, California in the Top 25 Arts Destinations list compiled by American Style Magazine. Criteria for the inclusion in the list of cultural tourism destination; Awards received by La Jolla Playhouse.
- A warm welcome.
Moore, Pat // In Britain; Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p36
Presents information on heritage accommodations available for tourists in Great Britain. Ancient castles providing accommodations in Scotland; Features of the farmhouse High Houses at Snittlegarth in Cumbria, England; Heritage locations situated in Wales.
- Britain's heritage cities.
Moore, Pat // In Britain; Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p40
Presents information on heritage cities in Great Britain. Tourist locations in the birth town of 16th century dramatist William Shakespeare; Schedule dates for festival organized in York and Chester, Wales; Highlights of the city Edinburgh.
- CULTURAL TOURISM: The HOT Ticket TO COOL Meetings.
Schweitzer, Carole // Association Management; Aug99, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p121
Suggests incorporating cultural venues into meetings and travel. Comments from Rick R. Prickett, director of cultural tourism at San Diego Convention and Visitor Bureau; Why associations have started incorporating cultural tourism; What requires building meeting around cultural tourism.
- District tourism focuses on new attractions.
Cataldo, Rosie // Fedgazette; May2002, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p16
Examines district tourism in the U.S. Information on agricultural tourism in the U.S.; Details on the cultural tourism projects of district tourism departments; Prediction on the 2002 performance of the U.S. tourism industry.
- Attendance up at heritage institutions.
Cataldo, Rosie // Infomat: A Weekly Review; 12/13/2002, p6
Reports on the growth of Canada's heritage institutions. Expanding memberships; Increase in attendance; Increase in revenues; Higher government grants in 1999; Percentage increase in attendance at museums; Earned revenues of nature parks in Canada.
- What's Old is Renewed.
Cataldo, Rosie // Earth Island Journal; Winter2000, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p5
Reports that Jane Kenny, commissioner of Community Affairs in New Jersey, developed a rehabilitation subcode for the preservation of cultural heritage.
- Packaging Art for Profit.
Lisella, Maria // Travel Agent; 5/26/2003, Vol. 312 Issue 9, p56
Focuses on the profits earned by travel agents on cultural journeys in Europe. Sale of art shows to customers; Highlights of the theatrical heritage of London; Contact information.
- Cultural tourists aim to souk up the atmosphere.
Gill, Rob // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 10/28/2002, Issue 2537, p33
Focuses on the cultural tourism in North African cities. Exotic destinations offered at cities in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia; Features of the travel packages of Bridge Travel and Cresta; Success of the promotional campaigns of the Egyptian tourist authorities for Cairo.
- Aztec promotion down to a fine art.
Gill, Rob // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 9/16/2002, Issue 2531, p55
Reports on art exhibition in London, England giving Mexico City the opportunity to promote cultural tourism. Special events; Gastronomy festival; Expected increase in visitors to Mexico.
- Abu Dhabi's cultural centre.
Tomlinson, Hugh // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 11/6/2009 Supplement, p8
The article presents information on Saadiyat island, developed by Abu Dhabi, United Arab emirates, as a tourist attraction center. The 27 billion dollar project is reportedly Abu Dhabi's attempt to raise its international profile and establish it as a global tourism destination. The 27 square...
- Cities compete to win culture crown.
Tomlinson, Hugh // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 2/24/2003, Issue 2552, UK HOLIDAYS p41
Focuses on the efforts of several European cities to acquire the title of being the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Impact of the title on the winning city in terms of arts, culture and tourism investments; Overview of the designation of Glasgow as the European Capital of Culture in 1990;...
- The Adirondack Coast.
Randorf, Gary // New York State Conservationist; Jun2003, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p2
Presents an article on the serenity of living on the Adirondack Coast in New York State, where the Lake Champlain can be found. Varieties in exploring the region; Motive for constructing the Lake Champlain Walkways; Success of heritage tourism along the coast. INSET: If you go:.
- Compromise at Antietam.
Rambur, Richard // National Parks; Jan/Feb90, Vol. 64 Issue 1/2, p16
Examines the compromise Antietam Overlay (AO) plan approved by the Washington County (Md.) Commissioners to preserve the Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg, Md. Preservation versus development controversy; Community involvement; Criticism of the AO; Controversy over monuments.
- The show must not go on.
Poria, Yaniv // Tourism & Hospitality Research; Sep2001, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p115
When considering tourism as a way to build a culture of peace, there is a need to know how to deal with the presentation of the past. The Middle East is presently engaged in an on going political process for peace. Peace would allow the opportunity .for people who were injured (physically and/or...
- Cultural and heritage tourism in Canada: Opportunities,principles and challenges.
Boyd, Stephen // Tourism & Hospitality Research; Feb2002, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p211
Tourists today are increasingly seeking new and die, rent experiences beyond those provided within 'three S' destinations and traditional holiday places. Heritage appeal within destinations is capturing the interest of a more mature and discerning market. Canada as a destination is well placed...
- Churches and statues: Cultural tourism in Finland.
Honkanen, Antti // Tourism & Hospitality Research; Apr2002, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p371
Focuses on a study which explored the relationship between cultural attractions and location in Finnish tourism. Characteristics of post-tourists; Cultural attractions in Finland; Difference in the entrance charges between cultural and non-cultural attractions.
- View from the Owl Hole.
Keiffer, Artimus // Material Culture; Fall2007, Vol. 39 Issue 2, pv
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Joe Scarpaci on heritage tourism and another on the oral tradition of song.
- Commentary: Archaeology as Travel and Tourism.
Johnson, Matthew // International Journal of Historical Archaeology; Jun2011, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p298
The article discusses various published reports within the issue, including examinations of the 1893 World's Fair, Spring Mill State Park in Indiana and Manitou Springs in Colorado.
- Going Places: The Historical Archaeology of Travel and Tourism.
O'Donovan, Maria; Carroll, Lynda // International Journal of Historical Archaeology; Jun2011, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p191
This paper briefly introduces the topics of tourism, consumption, and heritage management considered in this special issue. Contributors to the special issue focus on tourism within nineteenth- and twentieth-century America and its connections to industrial capitalism and the creation of a...
- Give them culture, not haggis.
Harvie, Christopher; Moffat, Alistair // New Statesman; 04/17/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4482, p38
Focuses on Scotland's failure to incorporate their cultural history in its tourism industry. Status of Scotland's tourism; How Ireland promote its cultural history; Advantage of cultural tourism.
- IMAGE IS EVERYTHING: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEGEV BEDOUIN AS A TOURIST ATTRACTION�.
Dinero, Steven C. // Nomadic Peoples; 2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p69
Discusses the development of the Negev Bedouin as a tourist attraction. Heritage tourism as a virtual experience; Details of the disneyfication of native culture for tourist consumption; Geographic, economic and social transformation of the Bedouin of Israel's Negev Desert.
- Heritage Crafts Festival at Van Cortlandt Manor, Oct. 6-7.
Dinero, Steven C. // New York Amsterdam News; 10/4/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 40, p32
Reports on the 'Heritage Crafts Festival' to be held October 6-7, 2001 at the Van Cortlandt Manor in Hudson, New York. Focus of the program; Festival scope and size; List of trades at the festival.
- Museum News, Jewels, Cartoons, and More.
Cavagnaro, Dennis A. // British Heritage; Apr/May2001, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p16
Presents news concerning museums and other heritage sites all over the world, compiled as of April 2001. Plans for the exhibition 'Eternal Egypt: Masterworks of Ancient Art from the British Museum,' in the United States; Designation of the Blaenvon in Wales as a World Heritage Site by the...
- Blessings for All? Community-Based Ecotourism in Bali Between Global, National, and Local Interests -- A Case Study.
Cavagnaro, Dennis A. // Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies / �sterreichische; 2011, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p81
The article discusses the benefits of eco-tourism in Bali, Indonesia. Cultural tourism was the official strategy for tourism in Bali in the 1960s after the establishment of the Republic of Indonesia. In the 1990s, projects began sprouting in the island through the investment made by elite...
- Western Heritage Days coming soon.
Cavagnaro, Dennis A. // Graham Leader; 9/11/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 8, p8A
The article offers information on the annual Western Heritage Days hosted by Graham Main Street which will be held on September 23-24, 2011 at the Downtown Graham Square in Graham, Young County, Texas.
- Redefining aboriginal tourism.
Cano, Angele // Hub (Hay River, NT); 5/16/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p20
The article reports on plan of the Aboriginal Tourism Champions Advisory Council to prioritize the cultural tourism industry in the Northwest Territories.
Cano, Angele // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577); 4/7/2006, Issue 1815, p59
The article presents information about the event Culture and Heritage Celebration, to be held from April 20-May 7, 2006 in Hong Kong, China.
- Ebony Escapes! goes to Tobago, West Indies, part 2.
Allman-Baldwin, Lysa // New York Amsterdam News; 8/8/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 32, p28
Part II. Focuses on the heritage tourism of Tobago. Features of colorful costumes, rhythms, songs and dances; Depiction on the traditional lifestyle of the community; Detail of the international crab race event.
- Heritage Under Siege.
Kirk, Heather // Books in Canada; Nov92, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p22
Focuses on efforts to preserve the Stephen Leacock Memorial Home in Orillia, Ontario. Campaign of the residents to prevent damage to the heritage atmosphere of the property; Removal of the important archives from public view; Proposal to provide adequate funding for the maintenance of the property.
- Cultural tourism begins at home.
Corsaro, Karen D. // Indianapolis Business Journal; 4/23/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p16
Presents views regarding the concept of cultural tourism in Indianapolis, Indiana. Reputation of the region as a cultural destination; Opinion of city art organizers and economic development leadership on cultural tourism; Participation of children and adult people on the cultural tourism progress.
- Cultural tourism marketing begins.
Corsaro, Karen D. // Indianapolis Business Journal; 9/30/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 29, p8A
Reports the marketing effort of the Cultural Tourism Initiative in Indianapolis, Indiana. Target audience on the tourism marketing; Highlights on the campaign; Design of the marketing campaign.
- SA cultural strategy.
Corsaro, Karen D. // Travel Daily; 3/20/2012, p5
The article reports on a study conducted by South Africa Tourism which reveals the significance of heritage and cultural tourism on the job creation and economic development of the country in 2012.
- Ukrainian odyssey.
Morrison, Deborah // Canada's History; Dec2011/Jan2012, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p61
A personal narrative is provided which explores the author's experience traveling to the Parkland region in northwestern Manitoba, focusing on the area's Ukrainian heritage and culture.
- From Our Facebook Page.
Morrison, Deborah // Civil War Times; Feb2013, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p8
A letter to the editor is presented, which was posted to the journal's page on the online social network Facebook, commenting on a tour of the Antietam Battlefield that took place on September 17, 2012.