Philadelphia is the home to history, detailed architecture, and a plethora of things to see and do. A day in Philadelphia is not nearly enough time to explore the whole city. What if you only had 24 hours? Here is what we did in a little under 24 hours in Philadelphia.
According to old American tradition, the Liberty Bell let out a chime that changed the world on July 8, 1776. The bell summoned citizens of Philadelphia as it rang from the tower of Independence Hall. The citizens of Philadelphia would become the first to hear the public reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon.
Gettysburg Audio Driving Tour – Perfect Day at Gettysburg
As someone who loves US History, Gettysburg had always been one of the “bucket list” items. Many times as I had read the accounts of the brave soldiers who served and fought here, I could only imagine what it would be like to stand on the very ground I had read about.
Valentines Day Has Had MANY Changes Over the Years
This Valentines Day, lovers, friends and family members will take time from their busy lives and honor one another with tokens of love and affection. Small children will cut Valentine cards from pink and red paper, mothers will bake heart-shaped cookies and flowers will arrive at the doorsteps of sweethearts everywhere. While history is rife with various interpretations of how Valentines Day came to be, several key events seem to have played an early role in creating the celebration as we know it today.
Titanic Museum in Branson, MO Makes You Look at History Differently
A Step Inside History- Titanic Museum
When you hear the word “Titanic”, what is your very first thought? Is it of the song, “My Heart Will Go On” or the image of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet on the front of the ship with their arms out? The Titanic Museum will make your thought a whole lot different the next time you hear the word “Titanic”.