In the early morning hours of April 12, 1862, a now-famous passenger locomotive made its way into the small community of Big Shanty.
Northeast Georgia is filled with one-of-a-kind attractions and landmarks.
Abraham Lincoln is perhaps one of the most instantly recognizable leaders in American history. But, do we really know Lincoln?
A trip on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad is the perfect way to step back in time and enjoy a bit of the Old West.
The New York City Subway is one of the most enduring symbols of New York City, and there is no better way to explore that history than at the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn.
Miami is an interesting city. It's so widely known for its glitz and glamor and its unique Cuban culture, but beneath the surface, there is so much to see and do in Magic City.
At first glimpse, the two-story brick house on East College Avenue looks like another of Ashburn’s three dozen or so historic houses. But, it’s quickly apparent this house is different.
Paris is one of the most-visited destinations in the world, and this month’s terrorist attack that left at least 129 dead is almost certain to hurt tourism in the city — at least in the immediate future.
More than 11 million people visited the World’s Fair in Knoxville, Tenn., between May 1 and Oct. 31, 1982. And, one of the most enduring symbols of the Fair is the Sunsphere.
Since his death in 1865, Abraham Lincoln has risen to almost mythical status. His speeches and quotes are a part of the American lexicon. His image is everywhere. But, how much do we really know about the 16th president?