Neapolitan Pizzas at Hawkins Family Farm

Dine on an Italian specialty al fresco in North Manchester, Indiana, at this family-owned spot that hosts seasonal Friday pizza nights on the farm. 

Aire Ancient Baths

Enjoy the ancient Roman practice of “taking to the waters” at this luxurious space in Chicago, Illinois, that is dedicated to tranquility and relaxation. 

Candlelit Roman bath at Aire Ancient Baths in Chicago, Illinois (photo courtesy of Aire Ancient Baths)

Drummond Island

Make a couples getaway to this island in Lake Huron off the coast of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Enjoy swimming, paddling and a wealth of other on-the-water activities.

Boats on Lake Huron at Drummond Island on Lake Huron, Michigan (photo courtesy of Visit Drummond Island)

The Lake House on Canandaigua

Stay lakeside in Canandaigua, New York, at this charming Finger Lakes region inn featuring a relaxing, outdoor barrel sauna experience, beautiful lake vistas and more. 

Couple sitting in lawn chairs lakeside at The Lake House on Canandaigua in Canandaigua, New York (photo courtesy of The Lake House on Canandaigua))

Kirtland’s Warbler Tours

Catch a glimpse of the rare Kirtland's warbler in Grayling, Michigan, during the species' annual migration north each spring.

Kirtland's Warbler in a tree in Grayling, Michigan (photo courtesy of Kirtland's Warbler Tours))

The Clemente Museum

Roberto Clemente left his mark on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a player for the Pirates baseball team and as a humanitarian. His legacy lives on at this attraction that shares his story. 

Mural of Roberto Clemente outside The Clemente Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (photo courtesy of The Clemente Museum))

Rail Explorers

Go railbiking through Versailles, Kentucky, along the tracks of the 1888 Louisville Southern Railroad to explore the Bluegrass State in a new way. 

Couple railbiking along elevated track at Rail Explorers in Versailles, Kentucky (photo courtesy of Rail Explorers)

Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate

Explore the life of Speaker of the House and U.S Senator Henry Clay in Lexington, Kentucky, at an estate preserved by his children and grandchildren.

Interior of The Henry Clay Estate in Lexington, Kentucky (photo courtesy of The Henry Clay Estate)