Check out the ancient lava etchings known as petroglyphs in the hardened lava of Volcanoes National Park.
The “walled city” of Intramuros is the home of Fort Santiago and a shrine to Philippine hero Jose Rizal.
Explore buildings from the early 1700s by visiting the Paoay Ruins and the iconic Paoay Church.
Ride horse-drawn carriages on cobblestone streets in the Spanish colonial city of Vigan.
Polebridge, Montana is off the grid. No power lines, no cell service. The town is remote, scenic, and awesome.
Icons in LGBT history are honored at San Francisco’s new Rainbow Honor Walk of Fame.
Gritty photos from America’s most infamous prison.
A look at some of the most unique sights of Kenosha, including quirky food, museums, and shops.
See Chester Arthur and John Lennon together, the way they were always meant to be.
Indian Mounds Park in St. Paul, Minnesota is home to 2,000-year-old Native American burial grounds.
Lack of educational displays, confusing signs, a horrible visitor brochure, and tiny bathrooms – the Alamo is a mess.
Guests can visit the location where Dr. Frederick Banting conceived the idea for a diabetes treatment.
I can now cross “find real gold in the Yukon” off my bucket list.
The Yukon River is the place to board a historic Klondike-era ship and see First Nations communities.
The graves of ex-presidents and other famous folks can be found at Lake View Cemetery.
Twenty facts you probably don’t know about monuments and memorials in Washington DC.