Only a 30-minute drive from Derry, Fort Dunree Military Museum on Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula is a fascinating site to visit. Dunree, Dun Fhraoigh as Gaeilge means “Fort of the Heather” and suggests that this site has been an important defensive site throughout history.
Descendants of the Tuskegee Airmen preserve the history of their brave ancestor pilots as well as a historic fort in the heart of Detroit. America may have forgotten these places, but Detroit honors them.
Traveling between Tokyo and Nagoya? Don’t forget to pop by the Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments, one of the most fascinating museums in Japan.
Imagination, science and history come alive for all ages in South Dakota when you visit an active paleontological dig site for wooly mammoth bones. An hour from Mount Rushmore, this is a must see!
The John Adams and John Quincy Adams birthplaces were two of my favorite places to visit in the Boston area.
Civilian aviation history is showcased in the Houston, Texas's 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Hobby Airport. It is an amazing glimpse back in time with numerous interesting displays.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art's collection contains more than 240,000 objects in its main building and annexes, way too much to see in one visit. We focused on the European and Modern Art in the main building on this trip.
Before glitzy casinos and futuristic parks, visitors to tropical Singapore were entertained by its zoo, its cuisine, and the strange, strange Haw Par Villa.
A visit to the Louvre doesn't have to be an exhausting experience. With a little planning and know-how you can save valuable time and energy while visiting one of the world's most revered museums.
Aquariums offer a close-up look at magnificent creatures we would never see outside of a book. Enjoy these beautiful photos as I give you an inside peek at the sites you will see at Kentucky's Newport Aquarium.
Undoubtedly one of the finest museums in the world, the Uffizi is a must see on any visit to Florence. Learn some valuable tips to avoid the long lines and make the most of your visit.
Seeing these life-sized statues of passengers and overhearing their conversations as they would have taken place years ago is like stepping back in time. This and more can be enjoyed at the Galveston Railroad Museum.
These pictures of some of our favorite masterpieces were all taken in the European art section on the second floor of the Audrey Jones Beck Building at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
In spring, the cacti in the southwestern deserts sprout a variety of beautiful flowers. Some of the most beautiful are produced by Torch Cactus.
One Day is never enough when visiting New York City. We are fortunate to live close enough to experience many one days in the Big Apple. Join us for a long yet very rewarding day tooling around NYC.