The first full week of May is recognized as National Travel and Tourism Week in the USA, a tradition first celebrated in 1984, established by a Congressional joint resolution passed in 1983. For details about activities this year, check the Ustravel.org map.
2018 dates: May 6-12.
2018 marks the 35th anniversary of the 1983 congressional resolution that established NTTW—and it’s all about celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of the U.S. travel community over the course of the last several decades.
More on this year’s theme:
- NTTW 2018: How to Celebrate “Travel Then and Now”
- National Travel and Tourism Week 2018 Theme: “Travel Then and Now”
- “Welcome” The Key to America’s Travel Industry
- Where can we access timely statistics about tourism in the USA?
- What is the status of agritourism and ecotourism in the USA?
- What is the status of Indigenous tourism in the USA?
- What can the USA learn about ‘responsible travel‘ from other countries?
This year marks the 35th anniversary of National Travel & Tourism Week. From then to now, welcoming visitors is the enduring ethos of the U.S. travel industry. #TravelsWelcome #nttw18 pic.twitter.com/BIh1Dgk8im
— U.S. Travel (@USTravel) April 25, 2018