Whether you interested in baseball, music or something in between there are plenty of landmarks to visit. Explore Fenway Park or the Grand Ole Opry -- just to name a few.
Built in 1912 Fenway Park overflows with history. During Fenway Park tours visitors can walk the warming track visit the dugout and check out many historic points of interest. Find out more about Fenway Park.
Martha's Vineyard a popular vacation destination for the rich and famous is also a great place for families. Public beaches feature sailing surfing and kayaking. Find out more about family vacations in Martha's Vineyard.
Old Sturbridge Village just an hour's drive outside Boston is the largest outdoor living-history museum in the northeast featuring 40 exhibits historic games boat rides and music programs. Learn more about Old Sturbridge Village.
Plimoth Plantation is a living-history museum that transports visitors back to the 17th century. The site features a variety of educational programs and exhibits. Find out more about Plimoth Plantation.
Colonial Williamsburg is like taking a trip through history. This living history center is alive with the past. Learn more about Colonial Williamsburg.
Harpers Ferry located at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers features picturesque streets museums and exhibits battlefields and hiking trails. Learn more about Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.
The Freedom Trail in Boston Massachusetts is a 2.5-mile walking trail featuring 16 of America's most historic sites such as Boston Common and the house of Paul Revere. Find out more about Freedom Trail.
The U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville Alabama showcases a fascinating and comprehensive collection of rockets missiles boosters and space memorabilia. Learn about what makes this a great family vacation destination in this article.
Visitors to the National Mall in Washington D.C. can explore 2.5 miles of museums outdoor activities and history from the banks of the Potomac to the U.S. Capitol. Find out more about the National Mall.
St. Augustine Florida is the oldest permanently inhabited city in the United States. Founded in 1565 it's filled with reminders of its early Spanish history. Learn more about this family vacation destination.
Salem calls itself "The City of Witches," so named for that harrowing seven-month period in 1692 when the townspeople put 19 innocent people to death. Learn more about family vacations in Salem.
Mount Vernon paints a picture of the home and lifestyle of the nation's first President. Lovingly restored and full of memorabilia Mount Vernon offers visitors a trip through history. Learn more about Mount Vernon and its treasures.