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Historic Landmarks & Monuments

EXPLORE AMERICA: Chattanooga Choo-Choo Train Station

Pulling into the station today, nostalgia for days gone by. The Terminal Station in Chattanooga was once a bustling railroad station owned...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Plaza Blanca (“The White Place”)

This magical spot is located a few miles north of Abiquiu, the longtime home of artist Georgia O’Keeffe. A dry streambed leads...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail

The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail follows the explorers’ historic route. In 1803 the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from...

EXPLORE AMERICA: El Morro National Monument

Don Juan de Onate passed by El Morro, or “the headland,” several times before he decided to add his inscription to the...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Old Town Bistro

If it weren’t for the proudly displayed historical marker on the sidewalk outside the Old Town Bistro, pedestrians in the Rock Hill...

EXPLORE AMERICA: The Alamo

Walk through the old mission church and Long Barrack where, in 1836, Davy Crockett and a small band of Texans held out...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Chaco Culture National Historical Park

The vast number and size of its ancestral Puebloan sites establish Chaco Canyon as one of the most important trading and cultural...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Baha’i House of Worship

Rising mysteriously as you come around a bend on Sheridan Road is the Baha’i House of Worship. Known as the “Mother Temple...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Longwood

The mansion began life as gift for his wife Julia. Dr. Haller Nutt, who already had a winter home in Louisiana, commissioned...

EXPLORE AMERICA: Muir Woods National Monument

If you are having a personal crisis, this place is better than therapy or ice cream. Your mind may chatting away about...