Historic Landmarks in Boston

It’s well known that Boston is a historic city filled with significance to the United States of America but not many people know that Boston actually is home to a remarkable 55 National Historic Landmarks. Rather than list them all here, we’ll just give you the run down on some of the most popular ones.

Historic Landmarks in Paris

Paris is known as one of the romantic cities in the world, part of the reasons for that designation is its romantic connection to the past. Paris has been a leading city and important cultural hub for more than two thousand years, its cultural significance and historical stamp can be felt the world over. Visitors […]

Aztalan Pyramids

If pyramids excite you and make you feel like traveling, how about a trip to Wisconsin? Believe it or not, the Midwestern state is home to an ancient village and ceremonial complex, complete with pyramidal mounds, from somewhere between AD 1000 to 1300. Not much is specifically known about the group that constructed these pyramids […]

Historic Landmarks in Atlanta

Atlanta is a city that has a long storied history and is full of sites that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Whether you’re just visiting or a local, it seems like there is always something new and interesting to explore amongst the historic landmarks in Atlanta.

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, […]

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:

Historic Baltimore Hotels

Baltimore, the “City of Neighborhoods”.  When most of us think of historic cities on the east coast of the United States, we probably think of Philadelphia, Boston, Washington D.C., or even New York City, but the fact is Baltimore belongs on that list.  For most of its nation’s history, Baltimore has served as one of […]

Free Things to do in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a great city to visit on a vacation, even for the budget conscious. Not only is Philly a beautiful city full of public recreation areas and parks but there are also many historical, entertaining and educational activities that are free. That’s right, absolutely free, don’t cost a dime.

Sightseeing in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a city that is just steeped in American history, known as being the home to the country’s First and Second Continental Congresses and the ground on which the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed and introduced. So its no doubt that the city is chock full of sites rich with […]

Group Tours in San Antonio

Remember the Alamo was a battle cry in the past but now it that has expanded and the entire city of San Antonio is worthy of more than just a passing glance. San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and the most visited in the state. Each year it is estimated that 20 […]

Historic Hotels of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, the “City of Brotherly Love”, may very well be the most historically significant city in the United States.  It was there that the Declaration of Independence was signed and the United States born.  This was not a coincidence; at the time, Philadelphia was the social and geographical center of the original thirteen colonies.  And […]

Historic Landmarks in Crete

Crete is the largest of thirteen Greek islands and is the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean. The island has a history that reaches back to ancient history and has always been a favorite destination due to its incredible natural beauty, the sun drenched beaches, and its reputation as a hub of civilization.

Historic Vancouver Landmarks

Vancouver is a relatively young city, going back to only 1886, but it’s not without its share of sites of historical interest. Here’s a peak at a few. Canada Place One of Vancouver’s most well known landmarks, the five-sailed complex on the city’s waterfront was Canada’s Pavilion at the 1986 World Expo and is currently […]

Historic Attractions in Detroit

Detroit immediately brings to mind Motor City and Motown music. This town was once a really happening hotspot and brought a lot to the American culture and its historic attractions prove this by showing locals and tourists how significant Detroit was on shaping America. Art House Art House was originally known as the Elisha Taylor […]

Historic Landmarks in Dallas

Dallas Texas has quite an interesting past as it seemed to be an area everybody wanted but one that just wanted to run itself. Originally the area was settled by the Caddo Native Americans but that didn’t stop Spain and France from declaring the territory as theirs, simultaneously. Although it then officially become only a […]

Family Travel to Philadelphia

Looking for a great place to take the family on vacation? Leave the mouse in the south and instead head to Philadelphia for a family vacation that’s packed with fun and excitement and little tidbits of information everywhere you turn.

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 […]