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.
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.
Sitting outside of the Athens-Clarke County City Hall in downtown Athens, Ga., is a local curiosity that has attracted and intrigued visitors to The Classic City for years.
Since first unveiled in March 1980, the Georgia Guidestones have confounded and intrigued tourists.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — In the 1920s, Leo Lambert thought Lookout Mountain Cave would make a great tourist attraction. So, he set out to rediscover it. Once used as a hideaway for outlaws, refuge for Native Americans and a hospital during the Civil War, a railroad tunnel built in the early…
The 40-foot-tall “Monument of States” was built from stones from all 48 states at the time of its completion. The structure contains 1,500 rocks from all 50 states and 22 countries. A number of parties, including tourists, governors, a prime minister and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, also donated stones to the cause.
By the early 1920s, Thomasville was known as “The Chair Town,” thanks in large part to the Thomasville Chair Co.
MARIETTA, Georgia – The Big Chicken, located along Cobb Parkway in southern Marietta, is a true Atlanta landmark. Motorists reference the 56-foot-tall big chicken when giving directions (as in “head past the Big Chicken and turn right”). Radio stations mention it when describing traffic. Airplane pilots even use it as…
If public art floats your boat, here are three destinations worth scoping out on your next trip.
CARMEL, Ind. – The city’s streets are buzzing with activity. Carmel, Ind. (Photo by Todd DeFeo) A father helps his daughter take her first ride on a bicycle. An artist paints the archway welcoming visitors to the city’s Arts & Design District. A couple embraces in a kiss to celebrate…