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As someone who has always prided myself on the superiority of self-planned tours, the Go Learn tour proved me wrong—it showed me how much richer the experience is with a small group of like-minded co-adventurers, led by well organized, thoughtful yet playful leaders. With Go Learn we were able to see and do three times more with zero hassle in moving around from place to beautiful place.
— Cindy S., Sicilia 2014

Upcoming Tours

Oaxaca New Year



December 28, 2019—January 4th, 2020

Rick Paine, Associate Professor of Anthropology

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February 1-8, 2020

Al Campbell, retired Emeritus Professor of Economics

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Can We Still Travel to Cuba?

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A Very English Spring


March 5-14, 2020

Jane England, and Tim Slover
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March 6-17, 2020

Tabitha M. Benney, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department

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March 20-April 1, 2020

Mimi Locher, Assoociate Professor, School of Architecture

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Normandy: D-Day and the Race Across France

May 17—25, 2020

Stephen C. Hall, Colonel, USAF (Retired)
Osher Lifelong Learning Faculty
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Washington DC

May 17—23, 2020

Tim and Cathy Chambless
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Paris - A Moveable Feast

May 24 - 30, 2020

Jeremy Rosen, Assistant Professor of English, University of Utah
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July, 2020

Holly Godsey, Associate Professor, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah
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Montreal - Bring on the Circus with UtahPresents

July 8-12, 2020

Brooke Horejsi, Assistant Dean for Art & Creative Engagement and Executive Director of UtahPresents
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England - On Location With KUED

September 2-10, 2020

Alice Webber, Director of Development, KUED
Kate Jones, Development Producer, KUED
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Tim and Jane are the best. They both are extremely knowledgeable, approachable, and organized. Their love of England is apparent to anyone who talks to them for more than 10 seconds. I would travel anywhere with either or both of them.
– Go Learn London Traveler

One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things. Henry Miller

... the day we topped a hill at noontime and the land fell away in a panorama ... gazing on fields of blood red poppies, as far as the eye could see, blooming in the sun even to the reaches of an ancient church where the Camino winded, and the three of us—mother, father and daughter—hugged on the roadside with heartfelt joy, this after the hard ride. We sipped wine and broke bread in the cloister marked by the cross of St. James. It was good, this life.
Michael G., Spain 2013 participant

Our expertise

Come and travel with us! Our guided travel edu-vacations are led by hand-selected U of U faculty who are experts at bringing local and international destinations to life. Discover new lands, new cultures, new people and new experiences with us!

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Go Learn is an educational travel program for the inquisitive learner. With the world as our classroom, we offer boutique travel experiences steeped in discovery. Participants explore topics, lands and issues with intimate travel groups led by University of Utah experts.

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Who are the people behind Go Learn? Meet our staff!

Go Learn is always looking for University of Utah experts to lead our tours. Our tour leaders are scientists, theatre professors, architects, historians, economists, and everything in between. We would love to know more about you and your research, and see where the conversation leads us. Please fill out our form, and we’ll get the discussion started!

Traveling with Tim Slover and Jane England was like having local experts to guide us. Whether it was standing on the lawn outside Parliament, in front of a painting at the National Gallery, in the Grecian room at the British Museum or on the tube en route to Othello, when Tim spoke to brief us even the Brits gathered around to listen.
George S., London 2013 participant