Once planned as a temporary method of commuting, the Roosevelt Island Tramway quickly gained in popularity and is now a permanent fixture of the island and a symbol of the city itself.
Though it might seem difficult to believe, in less than 150 years, this arid area known as “The Valley of the Sun” has grown from small farming community to major metropolitan city.
Who doesn’t have a case of spring fever?
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.
Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites is celebrating its 85th anniversary in 2016.
Summer is the anticipated travel season for all — couples, singles and families. It’s no wonder that many head off to warm, sunny destinations such as Florida or South Carolina. While these are remarkable destinations, Atlanta is also a great city to explore during the summer.
While it may not be the most exhilarating museum in town, the Atlanta Monetary Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in Midtown provides an interesting look into the history of currency.