In Awe of Stonehenge

An iconic Neolithic site known around the world, there is only one Stonehenge. As we discovered, it’s worth the journey to stand on this windy hillside in England in order to understand its allure and power.

At home with Jefferson Davis

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.

The Angel Oak

A stately ancient live oak thought to be more than 1,500 years old, the Angel Oak is on John’s Island in the South Carolina Lowcountry near Charleston.

Winging it at the Astoria Column

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.

Counting on Ninety Six

Established in the 1750s, Ninety Six, South Carolina grew around an important crossroads. Its important role in the American Revolution is now interpreted at this National Historic Site.

Haunted by Eureka Springs

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.

Touring Gettysburg Battlefield

For a detailed tour of Gettysburg National Military Park, make sure you go with a Licensed Battlefield Guide from the oldest professional guide service in the United States, the Gettysburg Guides.

The Panama Canal

A trip through the Panama Canal on a small ship lets you see the working operations of the century-old locks of one of the top engineering marvels of the world.