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What's nauseating and inedible to one man is ambrosia to another. The cultural differences people have around food are the reason for Sweden's Disgusting Food Museum.
The lynching memorial and its sister project, the Legacy Museum, in Montgomery, Alabama, cause Americans to reflect on a past they'd rather forget or know little about. We pay a visit.
When Carnegie Museum of Natural History conservators examined the diorama "Lion Attacking a Dromedary," they found a human skull in the male figure.
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The newest Smithsonian museum has artifacts from luminaries ranging from Harriet Tubman to Michael Jackson.
Sixteen acres of land surrounding the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center have been rebuilt. Eight are devoted to honoring the victims.
The events of Sept. 11, 2001 changed the face of New York City and the U.S. as a whole. The National September 11 Memorial and Museum was designed to commemorate the lives lost that day, but its creation didn't come without speed bumps of its own.
The Smithsonian Institution, America's attic, is home to some 137 million objects -- ruby slippers, presidential hair, shrunken heads, animal pelts and even dinosaur poop. What are 10 of the strangest items in the museum's collection?
Coca-Cola was invented in Atlanta in 1886, and it quickly became a favorite beverage across the world. The company's showcase museum, the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia, is a tribute to the brand. Check out vacations to the World of Coca-Cola
The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is an Art Deco masterwork that attracts many its headquarters and gallery building. Union Terminal opened during the depths of the Great Depression. Read about vacations to Cincinnati Museum Center.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. is devoted to documenting, studying, and interpreting the history of the Holocaust. It is also a memorial to the Holocaust's six million victims. Learn about vacations to the Holocaust Memorial M
Mabry Mill lies alongside Virginia's stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway. The mill's namesake, Ed Mabry, began building the complex in 1905. The mill was an active gristmill and sawmill in the early part of the 20th century. Learn more about Mabry Mill
There are hundreds of Vermont vacation towns where you can get away from it all and enjoy what the state has to offer. But if you are in search of its spirit, you may want to visit Woodstock, Vermont, home of the Vermont Institute of Natural Science.
Louisiana's Great River Road is also known as Plantation Alley. Thirty antebellum mansions and 10 other old properties sit regally on bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River. Read about tours and bed-and-breakfast inns along the Great River Road.
The largest home in the United States is the centerpiece of an immaculate 8,000-acre estate that includes lush gardens, active vineyards, and even a luxury inn. Learn more about planning family vacations to this swanky, historic tourist attraction.
Carnegie Science Center features interactive exhibits just for kids and animated exhibits as well as other attractions such as several theaters and a planetarium with laser light shows. Find out more about Carnegie Science Center.
Winterthur Gardens and Enchanted Woods a popular attraction for families features a three-acre fairy-tale garden and play area with a child-sized parlor general store and old-fashioned toys. Learn more about Winterthur Gardens and Enchanted Woods.