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?
The Scenic City is Outside Magazine’s Best Town 2015, the magazine announced in its latest issue.
The St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church is so beautifully out-of-place, any traveler to Miami would be remiss if it didn’t grace the itinerary.
The Gold Coast Railroad Museum delights railfans with its collection of locomotives, dozens of rail cars and railroad artifacts.
Visiting Indianapolis is easy and well worth the trip. For starters, here are five must-see landmarks in the Hoosier State capital city.
Georgia is seeing a resurgence in wine production, breaking long-held negative stereotypes about the wines produced in the Empire State of the South.
The National Park Service, the federal agency tasked with protecting many of the nation’s most treasured monuments and sites, is gearing up for their centennial celebration next year.
The Andrews’ Raid lives on in present day Kennesaw. In addition to a number of monuments dedicated to the raid located in downtown Kennesaw, The General itself is on display.
As a city, Atlanta is both an economic powerhouse and a draw for both business and leisure tourists from around the globe. No disrespect to the ATL, but it’s just the one worthy destination in any Georgia excursion.