George Washington slept here, during some of the hardest days of the Revolution. Join Jonathan L on a visit.
You'll find a beautifully preserved historic carousel in Kit Carson County, Colorado.
PHeymont visits a Brooklyn phoenix. After 125 years, the the world's first integrated industrial park and transport park lives on.
Marilyn Jones visits the site of the ancient Greek city of Corinth, with historic connections to ancient Greece and Rome, and to the apostle St Paul.
Pheymont cruises down the Rhine and considers why it has so many castles.
George G shares a visit to beautiful Ashcroft Hall, a Tudor manor house which is more than 500 years old. It was built in England, purchased by an American, disassembled and later reconstructed in Virginia.
George G wraps up his series on visiting Danville, Virginia, with an interesting look at the city's interesting history and historic architecture.
Just off a road in Shetland, a small museum keeps alive the memory of some trips that didn't end well.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger visits President and Mamie Eisenhower's farm home, learning more about them and the times in which they lived.
Built as an oasis of culture in a sea of slums, one of Glasgow's important museums is still fighting for its life in an era of budget cuts.
DrFumblefinger visits Pioneer Cemetery -- a small but tranquil place in Yosemite Valley where an interesting assortment of grave markers reflect the varied nature of those who rest here.
An exhibit on the influence of the Islamic world also includes the world's oldest guidebook, a 1486 work by German traveler and a Dutch artist
Gumbo was visiting the historic Cathedral of Stockholm's old city, Gamla Stan. The church is built immediately adjacent to the Royal Palace complex.
Here and there around the city, Paul Heymont encountered the remnants of Basel's medieval city walls.
A giant equestrian statue of Kaiser Wilhelm II is one of the last survivors of its kind.