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.
Visiting museums large and small, to capture a sense of history or the joy of a well-curated collection.
Thirty years. Six spacecraft. 135 missions. Learn the rich history of the Space Shuttle program inside Space Shuttle Atlantis, a compelling exhibit space at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, with its primary focus the orbiter Atlantis.
Riding back roads through rural North Carolina, we happened across a bit of our childhoods, wrapped up inside the Andy Griffith Museum in Mount Airy, his hometown.
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.
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.
Stretching the length of downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, the Wilmington Riverwalk ties together interests as diverse as the city itself, from dining to boatbuilding
Built in 1870, the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is THE sentinel of the East Coast, the tallest lighthouse in America and second tallest in the world on the most dangerous cape on our continent.
At Wright Brothers National Memorial in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, walk in the footsteps of Orville and Wilbur at Kill Devil Hill to learn how the brothers from Dayton, Ohio, discovered how to fly
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
At Historic Jamestowne, history is a living, breathing thing, changing daily according to the finds pieced together at the archaeological digs in America’s oldest English settlement
The story of Florida’s settlement unfolds in 1562, when Jean Ribault directed his fleet to the mouth of a great river in the New World. He declared the land for France and the waterway “The River of May.” A series of historic sites in North Florida tell the French story.
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.