About Us

Ramelle Pulitzer

We take small groups on big tours!

New View Tours offers a fresh take on group travel. With over fifteen years of experience, Ramelle and Michael Pulitzer enjoy planning small group tours. They offer the opportunity to explore like seasoned travelers regardless of previous experience.  They specialize in art focused tours, for practicing artists and appreciators. The couple enjoy revisiting local friends, to provide adventurers a custom, professionally planned travel itinerary.

New View Tours represents an idea – a commitment to sharing a “new view” of popular travel destinations by tailoring trip itineraries to your interests and your activity level. Ramelle and Michael often accompany the group in order to facilitate new experiences and introduce travelers to new friends.

While modern travel is more accessible than ever before, our increasingly global society makes unique regional experiences more difficult to find.

New View Tours ensures the utmost quality for travelers, including unique local offerings, comprehensive logistic planning, travel tips, preliminary checklists, and the peace-of-mind that comes with leaning into the winds of adventure with the wisdom of comrades.

Who are we?




Ramelle is a world traveler, an art enthusiast, a writer; a mother of three children (who are all married now) and the wife of one.

In 2010 Ramelle Pulitzer moved with her husband Michael to live in the family summer cottage in Stockbridge MA after being in Winston-Salem NC for 20 years. At the same time, she founded New View Tours to offers small group tours to friends and non profit organizations. The company started as a continuation and an extension of the work she was doing to coordinate tours for artists. She and Michael opened offices in Lee, Mass where they continue to work.

At the same time, Ramelle trained to be a docent at the Norman Rockwell Museum where she gives tours to visitors from all over the world who go out of their way to find the collection of fine works by the iconic American illustrator.

Ramelle grew up in Milton MA. She attended the Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale, Colorado, then Pitzer College in Claremont California. After teaching various types of exercise classes while her children were young, she went back to university earning a MEd. at University of North Carolina, Greensboro with a focus Health and Education. She taught as an adjunct faculty member at Winston Salem State University. She coordinated the Triad Leadership Network in Greensboro, NC, then became the Executive Director of Associated Artists of Winston Salem for 7 years; She next opened Hawthorne Gallery of Art which ran for 7 years before the move to the Berkshires.

She serves currently on two advisory councils: Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge MA and Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, NC. She recently joined the Board of the Berkshire Botanical Gardens in Stockbridge.



Tree pose!

Tree pose!

An avid adventurer, outdoor enthusiast, and yoga practitioner, Michael is committed to melding his passions. Michael has been employing this ability with New View Tours since its conception, using vacation days from his role as a TV executive with WXII-TV in Winston Salem to co-lead tours. After his retirement in 2010, he became a certified yoga instructor through the Kripalu Center, and enjoys leading private classes during trips. Michael is heavily involved with the community, serving on the Stockbridge Library Board, the Kripalu Board, and the Tri Town Rotary. In his remaining time, Michael plays USTA tennis and enjoys hiking and trekking.

Michael studied at Harvard, class of ’75, earned his MFA in Film Production from the American Film Institute, and MBA from Wake Forest University.

Michael and Ramelle have three grown children, three grand children, and two poodles that make every day an adventure at their home in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.