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Trip Ideas for the USA

Looking for a unique vacation this summer?  Do you love History or want to have your children learn a little about their heritage?  Why not visit one of the many cities in the USA that are filled with historical sites?

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American Landmarks That Every Kid Should See Big City Excitement    

Historical Cities

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Philadelphia,  the "City of Brotherly Love" is known for world-class museums, exciting sporting events,  a vibrant arts scene,  and a renowned orchestra. The Avenue of the Arts in Center City contains the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, which is home to the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Academy of Music, home to the Opera Company of Philadelphia. Most importantly  "Philly" is known for its significant historical sites. In  particular is Independence National Historical Park which includes the Liberty Bell Pavilion (home of the Liberty Bell), Independence Hall, (Where the Declaration of Independence was signed) and the Constitution Center (The worlds only museum devoted to the US Constitution).  The city is  also recognized for its hoagies, soft pretzels, water ice, Tastykake, and the famous Philadelphia cheese steak as well as an abundance of extraordinary restaurants.

 

The city of Williamsburg consists of the Colonial Williamsburg District, New Town, the College of William and Mary, as well as commercial areas. Most visitors come for Colonial Williamsburg, America's largest living history museum.  Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown constitute what's known as the "Historic Triangle".  This area served as a backdrop to the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, as well as the home to the first permanent English settlement of Jamestown.  Re-enactors do a terrific job in making the surroundings a wonderful place to learn about the nation's beginnings in a fun way.  Other appealing aspects of Williamsburg are include plantations, charming taverns, and entertainment. In addition, you will find two world-class theme parks here as well: Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA

 

    

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Washington, DC, our nation's capital, is a city of green parks, grand buildings, historic landmarks, marbled monuments and extraordinary museums.  Famous sights include the domed US Capitol, the stately White House, the Supreme Court, as well as the Lincoln, Jefferson  and Washington Memorials. You can tour the outstanding museums of the Smithsonian Institute, Ford's Theatre (where President Lincoln was assassinated, The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (where they print the money) and The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) (where they shoot a machine gun). Other interesting sites to see include the Arlington National Cemetery, the Vietnam memorial, the Korean War memorial and the Battle of Iwo Jima memorial. You will find that the city of  Washington, D.C. is an incredible place filled with wonderful, free cultural attractions, great shopping, terrific dining and world-class entertainment.

 

Gettysburg offers a small town atmosphere with quaint streets, unique shops, museums, and period restaurants and bistros, as well many significant historical attractions.  The town of Gettysburg is famous for its Civil War history.  People enjoy he Gettysburg National Military Park, where they can see the historic battlefield and its hundreds of monuments and memorials as well as the Gettysburg National cemetery, where Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address. 

Tourists love Charleston because of it's history, shopping, entertainment, cuisine, cultural attractions, and southern charm.  The entire downtown is designated as a National Historic Landmark.  Local merchants display their jewelry, art and local food  the City Market shops.  Additional attractions include the South Carolina Aquarium, a variety of museums, and the Boone Hall Plantation, which is the oldest working, living plantation.  If you visit Charleston you will discover why many refer to this city as a living museum.

Old Savannah, which is the beautifully restored and maintained historic area, is the big draw to visit this city. This historic district contains street after tree-lined street of ancient churches, monuments and museums.  The Riverfront, which is a popular destination for visitors, contains a unique group of shops, restaurants and art galleries.  All fans of John Berendt's "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" must pay a visit to the now world-famous Bonaventure Cemetery, filled with obelisks, columns, dense shrubbery and moss-draped trees.

 

A major attraction in San Antonio is the river walk.  This wonderful area offers visitors  beautiful scenery, unique architecture, awesome landscaping, sidewalk cafes and shopping. It is truly an amazing site and a unique, enjoyable experience.  Boat rides are available and are a lot of fun.  The world famous Alamo is only a short walk from the River Walk in San Antonio.  This wonderful historical site is a must see.  Many antiques are on display at the Alamo showing what life was like during the siege.  The Tower of the Americas has long been a symbol of San Antonio, in addition to the Alamo and Riverwalk.  There are two main parts of this attraction the rotating restaurant and the observation deck.  Visitors to the tower can see all of San Antonio during their dining experience.  In addition, visitor's can enjoy Sea World of Texas, The San Antonio Zoo, Botanical Gardens, and many museums.