World War I Hero Sgt. York’s Home in Pall Mall Is Now a State Park By Jackie Sheckler Finch Betsy Ross York Lowrey was eight years old before she saw her first movie. Her dad loaded up the family and took them to nearby Jamestown to see a first-run film. What surprised young Betsy the […]
We love museums, and on every trip, we make sure to visit one or two to add some historical dimensions to our travels. Whether it’s a tiny one-room repository of local history or the dramatic sweep of a Guggenheim or Louvre, we encourage all of our readers to visit museums whenever they travel.
By Jeanine Barone This museum, the only contemporary art museum in Panama, hides well. The concierge at my hotel in Panama City had never been there and didn’t know any guest who’d ever wanted to visit. And my taxi driver spent 20 minutes getting lost just trying to find it. But, as an aficionado of […]
Loads of Heritage to Behold at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia By Brian Gage The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA is the place to go if you’re looking to learn all about how the United States government came to be through a variety of interesting and engaging activities designed for visitors of all ages. […]
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View CA, is committed to the preservation and presentation of the artifacts and stories of the Information Age.
A Sleepy West Texas Town? Or a lot More? By Susan McKee Surprises greeted me at every turn in Lubbock, Texas. I’d expected to find a sleepy West Texas town, perhaps with tumbleweed rolling down the streets — and found instead an historic icon of rock ‘n’ roll, a prairie dog village, an explanation of […]