Historic Hotels of America recently welcomed 22 historic hotels into membership in 2015.
The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources has approved a measure that would expand the size of the Ocmulgee National Monument and re-classify it as a national park.
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.
Paranoia Quest: Escape the Room, an interactive escape the room adventure located in the heart of Atlanta, has unveiled its third quest. In the scenario, visitors enter a mysterious government facility in the hopes of uncovering a tightly-held secret.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has published the “2016 Guide to Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites.”
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.
Patrons are flocking to an Atlanta institution following reports it is closing its doors.
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.
Atlanta is the best cold destination for winter travel, according to a new study from WalletHub.
Hundreds braved a dreary day Sunday to celebrate Octoberfest at the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Cartersville, Ga.