In a former rubber factory, the Arbeitsmuseum explores changes in industry and work in the 19th and 20th centuries
A tradition will continue with a new capsule when current renovation work is complete.
An advertising column in Berlin serves as a monument to its inventor and to the entire history of outdoor advertising
Marilyn Jones visits a fascinating museum that explores over 400 years of New Mexico's rural history
Even if you're not a history buff, you will enjoy exploring Little Bighorn Battlefield and learning about Custer and Sitting Bull. Samantha shares her visit and some pictures.
Borealis occupies the former pumping plant of a huge paper mill, and focuses on the history and role of papermaking
PHeymont's visit to Paris's history museum allowed him to follow a thread of revolution through centuries of French history.
In 1967, despite dire predictions, Sweden managed to switch over to right-hand traffic
George G shares the odd story of how a Richmond grocery warehouse became a Civil War prison and ended its days as a rock venue in Chicago
In Paris's near suburbs, a museum that reflects an unusually diverse history
PortMoresby makes an emotional visit to the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy.
A look at many aspects of American industry and working life at one of the key sites in their development
Built for an 1830s border war that didn't happen, the Fort Kent blockhouse gives us an insight into nearly-forgotten history
Stephanie visits a city famed for America's most disastrous flood and finds there is much more to its history
There's a lot of history to be uncovered in a visit to an East End churchyard