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Our amazing planet offers endless opportunities for adventure, culture, and natural beauty with travel destinations as diverse as the human imagination. From unforgettable urban landscapes like skyscraper canyons in New York and Hong Kong to wonders like the Great Barrier Reef, Machu Picchu’s ruins, and Northern Lights displays, the only limit is your wanderlust imagination.

Mabry-Hazen House, Knoxville, Tennessee

War, Gunfights and Scandals: The Tale of the Historic Mabry-Hazen House

Perched above Knoxville, looking onward to the beautiful Smoky Mountains, the historic Mabry-Hazen House has an exciting past. From the Civil War to deadly gunfights and a scandalous love story, this house stands to tell the stories of over 150 years of local history. With one of the most complete family collections in America, visitors can take a tour of the home and learn all about three generations of the Mabry-Hazen family.
Watt a Retreat, Harriman, Tennessee

10 Awesome Waterfront Vacation Rentals on Watts Bar Lake

Looking for a tranquil waterfront getaway? The scenic shores of Watts Bar Lake in eastern Tennessee offer an idyllic escape. This picturesque lake, formed by a dam on the Tennessee River, boasts crystal-clear waters and miles of shoreline dotted with charming vacation rentals.
Ruins at Cooper's Furnace Day Use Area, Cartersville, Georgia

See the Ruins of an Old Iron Furnace in the Lost City of Etowah

These ruins of an old iron furnace are all that remains of the lost Georgia city of Etowah. From a booming industrial town to Civil War ruins, this area has been left to time. The ruins are open to explore and so is the surrounding forest which makes for an interesting outdoor adventure.
Southernmost Monument to a Union Solider, Lynn Haven, Florida

Southernmost Monument to a Union Solider

Situated among the quiet streets of Lynn Haven lies the Southernmost Monument to a Union Solider. The towering statue looks onward north in memory of those lost in the Civil War. This statue is a symbol not only to Lynn Haven’s founding by northern settlers but also an honor to those that fought and died on the battlefield.
Friendship Monument, Cartersville, Georgia

See this Historic Monument to Friendship

Situated near the bustling railroad tracks in downtown Cartersville lies a unique monument that is a symbol of great friendship. The story of how the marble monument came to stand on the site is an interesting tale that reveals the appreciation of a local businessman named Mark Cooper to some of his dear friends.
Savoy Automobile Museum, Cartersville, Georgia | Photo Credit: Violet Sky Adventures

Rev Up Nostalgia at the Savoy Automobile Museum

The Savoy Automobile Museum offers visitors a glimpse into decades of car history. Meander among the world-class collection of vehicles that are sprawled throughout the 65,000 square foot facility. With an emphasis on the diversity of the automotive industry, the museum offers a mixture of permanent and rotating galleries. Visitors can enjoy an engaging display in a journey through time with helpful docents along the way.
Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site, Cartersville, Georgia

Explore Ancient Wonders at Etowah Mounds

Built around 1000 – 1550 AD, the Etowah Mounds in north Georgia are the most intact Mississippian culture site in the southeast. This state historic site has preserved the six earthen mounds and surrounding area for preservation and historical interpretation. The park offers informative hiking trails that wind around the mounds and along the Etowah River.
David Davis Mansion, Bloomington, Illinois

Tour the Elegant Clover Lawn Mansion in Bloomington

Built by U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Davis for his wife Sarah, Clover Lawn is an elegant mansion nestled in the heart of Bloomington. Davis is known for being a long-time friend of Abraham Lincoln and also serving as a U.S. Senator from Illinois. The beautiful mansion welcomes people to tour its grounds and interior for an amazing visit to step back in time.
Young Brothers Pharmacy, Cartersville, Georgia

See the First Outdoor Painted Wall Sign for Coca-Cola

Situated in the charming downtown area of Cartersville, Georgia is a notable mural sprawled across a historic building. Dating back to 1894, this mural is known to be the first outdoor painted wall sign for the Coca-Cola Company. By visiting, you can dive into the story of one of America's most iconic beverages and its legacy in north Georgia.
Route 66 in Kingman, Arizona

8 Nostalgic and Fun Things to Do in Kingman

What has been made famous for being a stop on Route 66, Kingman, Arizona is home to several interesting attractions that are fun for all ages. From a historic mansion to a museum dedicated to America's Mother Road, there are plenty of things to see and do. If your next journey brings you through Kingman, be sure to check out these fun attractions.

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