Formerly a home for "aged, decrepit and worn-out" seamen, Snug Harbor has become a premier cultural site for New York's Staten Island
A cave deep under a building in a Basque resort town is the home of spectacular cave paintings...but they won't be opened to the public.
In Liverpool, on a gray morning, this flashy carousel horse caught PHeymont's attention.
A visit to England's Northwest led PHeymont to a new appreciation for the industrial building materials that help give the area's cities their look.
PHeymont visits a giant of a museum that only seems small by comparison with other New York museums.
St. Paul Cathedral in St. Paul, Minnesota, is large and beautiful...more on that another day. For today's offering, just a few samples of its gorgeous stained glass.
Marilyn Jones visits a scene of great beauty and history, but one that will also be familiar to fans of Indiana Jones and Lara Croft, Tomb Raider.
Built by a newly-united New York City to house its records and its Surrogates Court, this Beaux-Arts beauty is a barely-known gem.
Paris and Austria have big late-night events going on today...add them to your trip planning calendar for next year!
Join Marilyn Jones for part 2 of her series of visits to the beautiful ancient temples of Cambodia.
New York's Guggenheim Museum has a solid-gold, functioning, available-to-the-public-for-the-obvious-purpose toilet, which doubles as a sculpture by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan.
London's East End has quite a bit of unusual street art, with all kinds of viewpoints. Here's a selection for you!
One of the world's oldest monasteries, dating to the 4th century, Stavrovouni sits on a hilltop in Cyprus, where Ian Cook visited it.
Chester Cathedral isn't the oldest, largest, or most famous but PHeymont calls it one of the most beautiful...and with a most fascinating history.
Ian Cook shares the Unlock sculpture, a large wooden piece of public art which is next to the canal towpath in an area that forms part of Greenheart Regional Park in the borough of Wigan.