Tag: Historic Sites

How To Visit America’s First Fast Food Restaurants

There's no need to hop in a time machine to visit America's first fast food restaurants and their museums! While some of America's original...

This Is Where Ronald Reagan Grew Up in Illinois

If you're a lover of presidential history you may have tried to find Ronald Reagan's birthplace. The future Hollywood star and American president was...

Visiting Charlottesville, Virginia

On a two week road trip through Virginia I decided to stop and check out the town of Charlottesville. And let me tell you,...

This is Where Hank Williams Died

Hank Williams was one of the most influential artists in American music history. In the years since his untimely death in 1953, music fans...

Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas, Texas

Every day, tourists from around the world look up with wonder at windows above Dealey Plaza.  This was the site of John F. Kennedy's...

Inside The Wright Brothers’ Historic Mansion

You can't miss the big house that rests on top of the hill in Dayton's Oakville neighborhood.  These days, the Wright Brothers' family home...

The Gateway Arch Is Now Worth Visiting Again

Anyone that's lived in the St. Louis area knows you visit the Gateway Arch as part of a field trip at some point in...

See The Dr Pepper Museum in Waco, Texas

If you're like me and Dr Pepper is your soft drink of choice, I want you to brace yourself.  Reading the next line is...

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