CAA/CALL Travel: New York Arts & Culture (Cancelled)

  • October 7, 2022–October 13, 2022
  • $3,334 double occupancy from Grand Rapids

Art museums, Broadway, 9/11, Ellis Island

Tour update

This tour was cancelled in mid-July due to low enrollment.


New York City is a place at the center of American art, history, and culture. Join art historian Dr. Henry Luttikhuizen and fellow art enthusiasts on an in-depth experience of a selection of New York City’s art museums. The experiences on this tour are hand-picked to create a tour that highlights both the history and current culture of this iconic city.


  • Morgan Library and Museum
  • The Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • Met Cloisters
  • Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Frick Collection
  • Broadway show
  • Ellis Island and National Museum of Immigration
  • 9/11 Memorial and Museum
  • Central Park

Tour leader

Dr. Henry Luttikhuizen is emeritus professor of art history at Calvin and a popular CALL teacher. He is a specialist in Dutch art, 1400-1700. His interest in the visual arts is closely linked to his desire to learn more about the cultural beliefs and practices of others. To his understanding, art not only reflects how people think about themselves and the world but more importantly, it helps give shape to the ways in which we live.


$3344 from Grand Rapids based on double occupancy; $855 supplement for single accommodations. See the "cancellations and refunds" section of the tour brochure for details on cancellation fees.

Optional travel protection is available through Travelex Insurance Services. See their website for an overview of what coverage is included or excluded related to COVID-19, and see the tour brochure for a link to the full policy.

More Information

Download the tour brochure for full itinerary and tour details. Register online via Witte Travel or mail in a paper registration form. Email with your name and address to request that a print copy of the tour brochure be mailed to you.


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