The Pint-sized Ponces of Punta Gorda

Ponce de Leon, it seems, was a short fellow. In Punta Gorda, Florida, you’ll find pint-sized statues, murals, and even the Fountain of Youth to recollect his 1513 visit to Charlotte Harbor.

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

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.

The British Museum

Founded in 1753, the British Museum is the world’s first national public museum. Filled with priceless antiquities, it is a must-see on your next trip to London.

Sailing Yorktown

On our visit to Yorktown, I saw the city as the French first did in 1781, when the fleet of Admiral De Grassein arrived to support General Washington’s attack on Yorktown.

The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

It’s not often that you get a behind-the-scenes look at a museum before it opens. The new 80,000 square foot American Revolution Museum at Yorktown should open later this year.

London Bridge by Jet Boat

Taking a 6-hour tour from Laughlin, Nevada to the (original) London Bridge in Arizona is quite a commitment of time, but a fascinating Colorado River journey.

Walterboro’s Tuskegee Airmen

More than 500 of the Tuskegee Airman learned advanced aerial combat training at Walterboro Army Air Field. This memorial on the grounds of Lowcountry Regional Airport tells their story.

Seeing Yorktown by Segway

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.

The Rockefeller’s Gift

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