For several years in Salem, the "trail" hosted a series Email Database of talks in March on historical women and women's history sites people could visit. As a virtual organization, the "trail" partnered with the Salem Maritime National Historic Site (National Park Service), which hosted the events. You can continue to lead tours as well. For the Boston Women's Heritage Email Database Trail (BWHT), I always combined a walking tour with a visit to the host historic site and lunch at a neighborhood restaurant. Like Salem's trail, BWHT had no official office.
Every program had to involve collaborating with a Email Database historic site - and they benefited! Men Can Become an Important Audience as Well I have given Email Database plenty of tours that included men - husbands who reluctantly attended with their wives who told me afterward, "I had no idea I would actually enjoy this!" and fathers who brought their daughters because they Email Database wanted them to be inspired by women's achievements.
These kinds of men are a very important audience, and Email Database they can become some of your fiercest allies! Final Thoughts The story I told at the beginning of this article is just one example of how a women's history trail can benefit a community economically. Imagine adding more and more women's history trails to walkable downtowns or to driveable Email Database regions in states all across the country. Imagine if the National Travel Association gave special acknowledgment to women's history trails.