Vintage airplanes, military vehicles, automobiles, PT boats, memorabilia, and a diner: an eclectic collection evoking World War II surprised us at the Liberty Aviation Museum.
Local experts and educational immersion makes travel more meaningful. These are journeys hosted by tour operators, and destinations where an educational tour, either with a guide or self-guided, is the primary focus of the place.
Puttering around Put-in-Bay, Ohio, in a rented golf cart, I was able to explore this island in Lake Erie at a relaxed pace while learning about its history.
It’s the Year of Apollo at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, and nowhere is that more evident than in the renovations and additions at the massive Apollo/Saturn V Center.
On a guided Bartram Adventure Tour, we hiked, biked, and paddled to follow the travels of William and John Bartram along the St. Johns River on the newly designated Bartram National Recreation Trail, centered in Palatka, Florida.
For a most unique and unusual type of museum, pop in to Naubinway – especially in winter – to learn about the in-depth history of snowmobiles through the evolution of the vehicle.
Kicking off two days of adventure on the island of Antigua, our first stop was to visit Stingray City for the opportunity to jump into the ocean and see them up close. Up close, they are much larger than they appear from a boat!