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Widely considered to be one of the most beautiful, pristine and well-preserved Civil War battlefields, Antietam is a must-see for any Civil War enthusiast.
Learn more about Maryland's "Charm City" and the defining moment in the War of 1812 that occurred here.
The powder keg that exploded into a rebellion, Boston perhaps has more historic sites closely associated with the American Revolution than any other city in America.
Explore the Brandywine Battlefield – site of the largest single-day battle of the Revolutionary War where George Washington clashed against British General William Howe – and more!
Established in 1670, Charleston, South Carolina, is city rich with Revolutionary War and Civil War history. Visitors to the city can walk in the footsteps of heroes of the Revolutionary War and Civil War at places like Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter.
Located at the foot of Lookout Mountain in northwest Georgia and southeast Tennessee, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park preserves several battlefield spaces surrounded by residential and commercial development.
Culpeper County offers wonderful food, shopping and beautiful battlefields such as Brandy Station and Cedar Mountain.
Your Adirondack adventure can always be enhanced with a little 18th-century history, especially when you consider the fascinating Fort Ticonderoga.
Gettysburg is home to home to one of the most important and iconic battles of the Civil War and one of the greatest speeches of all time.
The historic town of Fredericksburg with its surrounding battlefields remains a must-see for all visitors interested in history and the Civil War.
For a day trip a long weekend or for a full week, Lexington, Kentucky, means wonderful shopping, horses, bourbon, great food and American history.
Manassas' Bull Run (First Manassas) and nearby Second Manassas are remarkable historical sites that should appeal to all. Spend a day or weekend exploring!
Monmouth County, New Jersey means the Jersey Shore, wonderful food, shopping, and, of course, Revolutionary War history
Few areas in the Eastern Theater of the Civil War that witnessed more fighting than did the area surrounding the cities of Richmond and Petersburg.
Philadelphia and Independence National Historical Park are a top travel destination for Revolutionary War history. Make the most of your trip to the "City of Brotherly Love."
For a day trip, a long weekend or more, Sackets Harbor is a great destination for a trip full of history, nature and outdoor adventures.
Spend your day exploring the many sights of the pristine Shiloh National Military Park – site of the first great bloodletting of the Civil War.
From French colonial history to Lewis and Clark to the Civil War and beyond, the "Gateway City" has a plethora of historic sites and museums that tell its unique story.
Vicksburg was the culmination of one of the most brilliant military campaigns of the entire Civil War. Explore Vicksburg National Military Park and its vicinity.
Washington, D.C. is one the most popular travel destinations in the United States. Make the most of your time in our nation’s capital with of itineraries.