Walk in the footsteps of U.S. presidents and visit the homes they once occupied, tour properties and buildings built by famous architects, and see the locations where United States history happened at these locations that tell the story of who we are.
Explore the stories of those who sought freedom from slavery with this car-caravan tour that visits historic locations across the Niagara Region of Ontario.
The Seneca people once lived in an agricultural community near what is today Victor, New York. This National Historic Landmark tells their story.
The lighthouses along Michigan’s northeast shoreline have helped guide more than a century’s worth of sailors. This driving tour follows nearly 78 miles of U.S. Route 23.
Travel through parts of New York and Pennsylvania to explore homes designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Go back in time to the days of America's Civil War in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and walk the fields of its most famous battle.
The Upper Peninsula of the Great Lakes State is known for its natural beauty, especially in Garden, Michigan, where history can be explored right on the shore.
Visit the home of the Cubs in Chicago to take in the sights and sounds of one of the most famous sports venues in history.
This estate in Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan, tied to America’s most famous automotive family offers a trip back in time.
This Hillsboro, West Virginia, site where the largest Civil War battle in the state occurred, is now a park with great trails and views.
This historic site as well as the nearby Antietam Battlefield are two reasons Civil War buffs head to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.