Top Five Cultural Experiences of the Week

For all you culture enthusiasts out there, we've gathered our top five favorite cultural experiences from last week. Whether you're a thespian, oenophile or art connoisseur, we think there's a little something here for you.
 

Tulips Bloom in Melbourne Festival

Spring is just around the corner in Australia. If your clients want to see their favorite flowers before next April, suggest at rip to Melbourne, where more than a million spring flowers - including half a million tulips - will be on show at the annual Tesselaar Tulip Festival (September 15 to October 12).
 

Funny Girl to Play Los Angeles and New York

Another Hollywood starlet will be starring in a Broadway musical next season, but Los Angeles will get the first look when Lauren Ambrose plays legendary comedienne and singer Fanny Brice in the upcoming revival of "Funny Girl."
 

AmaWaterways Offers Dedicated Wine Tours

AmaWaterways is launching a dedicated "In Celebration of Wine" cruise series this fall. Not only will guests on these cruises be able to visit vineyards and wineries on the Rhine, Mosel and Danube rivers, but American wine experts will be onboard to share their expertise.
 

Bristol to Celebrate Street Art

If your clients love Keith Haring-esque street art, they'll want to spend some time in Bristol this summer. The English city will play host to an ambitious permanent street art project that will see the world's leading street artists paint the facades of ten multistory Bristol buildings along Nelson Street.
 

Mostly Mozart Kicks Off in New York

The 45th season of the Mostly Mozart Music Festival has begun in Lincoln Center and will run through August 27.

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