Grand Tour (disambiguation)
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Grand Tour is a tour of European cultural centers that once was a standard feature of the education of the British elite.
Grand Tour may also refer to:
- Grand Tour (1959 musical), a 1959 musical with music by David Shire
- The Grand Tour (George Jones album), 1974 country music album by George Jones
- "The Grand Tour" (song), title track from Jones' 1974 album
- The Grand Tour (musical), a 1979 Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble
- Grand Tour: Disaster in Time, a 1992 time-travel-themed film (theatrically released as Timescape)
- The Grand Tour, a 1993 album by Aaron Neville, which featured a cover version of the George Jones song
- Dragon Ball GT, a 1996 anime series.
- Grand Tour: The Return, a 2012 Asian live concert tour of South Korean boyband Shinhwa
- Grand Tour: The Classic, a 2013 Asian live concert tour of South Korean boyband Shinhwa
- Grand Tour (novel series), series of science fiction novels by Ben Bova which detail human exploration of the solar system in the late 21st century
- The Grand Tour (TV series), a 2016 motoring television series
- Grand Tour (cycling), collective term given to three three-week-long European cycling stage races
- Corris Railway Grand Tour, tourist service in Wales between 1886 and 1930, connecting the Corris and Talyllyn Railways
- Mozart family grand tour, the Mozarts' European tour 1763–1766
- Grand Tour program, proposed NASA mission to visit the outer planets in the 1970s
- Voyager 2 mission, sometimes called the Grand Tour
- The Grand Tour (data visualisation) is a technique used to explore multivariate statistical data by means of orthogonal projections onto a series of subspaces defined in two-dimensions.
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