Historic Landmarks in New York

New York City is one of the most exciting cities that you are ever going to get a chance to visit in your lifetime. It is where things are happening in the United States today. Celebrities have homes there. Socialites throw parties there. Business deals happen there. Fashion trends are set there. And everyone who […]

Top Landmarks in San Diego

San Diego is a city that’s known for its tourist attractions just as much as it’s known for its wonderful weather. Trying to winnow down your selections of historic landmarks is difficult but we’ve culled together a list of the top landmarks in San Diego for you and your family to visit.

Historic Landmarks in Baltimore

Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, sits along the Chesapeake Bay. Established in 1729, it has a rich history, with many sites surving from the American Revolution, War of 1812, and Civil War periods. Below are just a few of Baltimore’s historic landmarks:

Sightseeing in Dallas

A trip to Dallas is sure to leave you fueled with the energy of this big southern city. Only the third largest city in Texas, Dallas is also the ninth largest city in the United States; what can I say, the grow them bigger in Texas.  Founded in 1841, Dallas was formally incorporated as a […]

Visiting the Pyramids at Giza

Many people from around the world go to Egypt each year to visit the Pyramids at Giza. Located west of the city area of Cairo sits the Giza Plateau, in a valley near the famous Pyramids. These pyramids display the ancient civilization of Egypt at its best, along with the famous Sphinx.

Sightseeing in Athens

Athens is a city with an almost unbelievable history, having been considered a magical city at one time full of gods and goddesses and actually worshiped. It has been called the birthplace of civilization and where democracy was born. A trip to Athens Greece will fill your mind, body and soul with overwhelming touches of […]

Historic Landmarks in Cleveland

On July 22nd, 1796 the city of Cleveland was officially laid out as the Connecticut Land Company divided up townships and established it capital. Cleveland was initially spelled Cleaveland as it was named after the leader of the Connecticut Land Company, General Moses Cleaveland. Interestingly, Cleaveland stayed to oversee the plan for the future city […]

Australia’s Archibald Fountain

The Archibald Fountain was built in 1932 by the French sculptor, Francois Sicard, to commemorate the bond between France and Australia during the first World War. Mr. J.F. Archibald set up a fund to pay for the fountain along with instructions as to how he wanted his personal gift to the City of Sydney constructed.

Sightseeing in Denver

This “Mile High City” has 300 days of sunshine. That’s more good weather than Miami or San Diego. And how’s this for fun, Denver has spent $8 billion on new attractions in the last decade including three sports stadiums, a world class aquarium, a downtown amusement park, an opera house, three art museums and doubling […]

Historic Landmarks in Las Vegas

Gambling casinos, lavish acts and spectacular shows are the things that first come to mind when thinking about a trip to Las Vegas. However, there are enough landmarks and historical sites to keep a history buff or sight seer interested for days. For newer architectural views, the casinos have quite a few extraordinary offerings in […]

Visiting The Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France

The Arc de Triomphe is acknowledged as one of the most magnificent arches in existence, and beautiful places in all of Paris France. It sits exquisitely in the middle of the Place Charles de Gaulle, an enormous traffic circle from which 12 streets, including the famed Champs-Elysees, radiate.

Historic Landmarks in Rome

Rome, the capital city of Italy, is a cosmopolitan travel destination that is adored by people throughout Europe and around the world. It has some of the world’s best restaurants, some of the most luxurious five star hotels and some of the most interesting new buildings that you’ll find throughout Italy. However, there remains an […]

Top Landmarks in Houston

Houston is the largest city in the United States and the fourth largest in the United States with a population of more than 2 million. The city was founded back in 1836 and incorporated less than a year later. At the time Texas was not a part o f the United States and was governed […]

Tips for Visiting the Alamo

Anyone who has been to San Antonio, Texas has almost certainly been to two places: The San Antonio Riverwalk and The Alamo. And anyone who has been to San Antonio and failed to stop at one of these places should know that they missed out on a great experience. This is particularly true of The […]

Experiencing Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the places which regularly makes the must-see list on a traveler’s itinerary. It’s one of the most amazing features of the natural world with cascading waterfalls and beautiful surroundings. More than this, it is located in a diverse area which offers much more to do than many travelers realize at […]

Top Landmarks in New Orleans

Before Hurricane Katrina hit, New Orleans was known primarily as a vacation destination of a rowdy college-aged crowd. The streets filled with partiers each year for Mardi Gras (as they still do) and even the rest of the year found New Orleans with a large population of adventurous young adults out in search of a […]

Historic Landmarks in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a city which often gets overshadowed by other East Coast cities in terms of its important to the United States both historically and today. Although people do realize that there are historic landmarks to see in Philadelphia, they often forget about them because of their attention to the history of New York City, […]

Top Landmarks in Baltimore

With two unexpected products, tobacco and sugar, leading the way Baltimore became one of the most important cities in the early years of the United States of America. It’s Baltimore’s proximity to the ocean and convenient shipping routes that really put the city on the map, literally. In 1706 the Port of Baltimore at Locust […]

Visiting the London Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge in London is one of the most identifiable structures on the globe. The Tower Bridge, which connects The Borough to the center of the Financial District of the City of London, was officially opened in June 1894 by the future king, Edward VII. The original purpose for construction of the bridge was […]

Historic Landmarks in San Francisco

San Francisco has remarkably survived through the earliest American inhabitants, Spanish settlements, the gold rush, and some devastating earthquakes and came out on the other side with some of the best tourist destinations in the United States. There are literally hundreds of historical landmarks, national, state and local in San Francisco that can keep a […]