A Walking Tour of Historic Gastown

The birthplace of Vancouver, officially named Granville in 1870 has always been known as Gastown, for saloon owner “Gassy Jack” Deighton. Take this suggested walking tour and learn more about the area and its colorful history.

The Parthenon in Nashville’s Centennial Park

Centennial Park’s life-size replica of the Greek Parthenon is a monument to the creativity and energy of the New South, and also to Nashville’s distinction as the Athens of the South. Read more about the history of Nashville’s Parthenon and reasons why you should go beyond admiring the exterior and step inside.

Secrets of the Lincoln Memorial

While many myths surround the Lincoln Memorial, the rumor that something exists under the iconic structure is actually true. Read on to discover what’s hiding beneath the iconic memorial.

War Memorials in Washington DC

The west end of the National Mall is home to the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the National World War II Memorial. Read on for more information about visiting these powerful memorials that honor our nation’s service members.

Jerusalem History: The First and Second Temples

No visitor to Jerusalem can escape hearing references to the First Temple and the Second Temple. Learn more about the historical time periods when two different massive Jewish temples stood approximately where Al Aqsa Mosque is now located.

Tarpon Springs: Soak up the Greek

A booming town of Greek restaurants, Greek Orthodox churches, and Greek festivals, Tarpon Springs is all about sponges. (Really!) Learn about the history of the renowned sponge-diving port, as well as where to discover sponges, which restaurants are the best, and more.