President Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia home and plantation of Monticello offers a glimpse into the early life of our country, and his role as a Founding Father of the United States.
Exploring Yorktown by Segway puts a new spin on the Historic District and waterfront, allowing you to cover ground far more quickly than you would by foot.
Bassett Hall, from 1753, served as the Rockefeller family’s quiet getaway from socialite life in a Williamsburg they helped transform as a showpiece of Colonial history
Highlands Hammock State Park is home to the Florida CCC Museum, which recounts the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps contributions to Florida, particularly to the state park system.
One destination, two hotels with classic European spas: in Indiana! Since the 1840s, French Lick and West Baden Springs have welcomed guests taking the waters.
A visit to Jefferson Davis’ home, Beauvoir, in Biloxi, Mississippi, is enhanced by the annual muster of reenactors, both Confederate and Union, for the weekend.
Perched high on a hill above Astoria, Oregon is a beautiful and intricate memorial built in 1925. You can launch a balsa wood airplane while taking in the view of the Columbia River as it meets the Pacific Ocean.
On a guided tour of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, expect to find out just how weird this Victorian village in the Ozarks is, from gruesome ghosts to Wild West history.
Founded by the Emperor Justinian in the 6th Century AD, the Greek city of Ioannina retains echoes of its Byzantine past in its historic sites and its artisans of the present.
One of Florida’s finest formal gardens, Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park began its life in 1923 and contains one of the most impressive camellia collections in the South.
Florida’s antebellum charm shines at Goodwood Museum and Gardens, where the wealth of generations fills the home and the grandeur of heirloom gardens provides a peaceful setting.
Great authors, creative souls, artistic minds: all need time and space to create, and a well to dip into for inspiration. Carl Sandburg found it in the mountains of North Carolina.