Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

Toronto for Culture Vultures 3-Day Itinerary

A long weekend in Toronto will give you time to enjoy the city’s museums, galleries, and theaters. In three days, this packed itinerary takes you to the most popular locations and interesting sights for the culturally-inclined.

A National Museum of Bermuda exhibit showcases the legacy of shipwrecks.

National Museum of Bermuda

Bermuda’s largest and most-visited attraction, the National Museum of Bermuda combines a spectacular property with historic buildings and fascinating exhibits, artifacts, and cultural heritage displays. The site has been restored to its 19th-century military footprint encompassing all the fortifications of the Dockyard and historic buildings within, including the dramatic Northwest Rampart, linking the Keep fortress with the Casemate Barracks.

View across Lago Lacar to San Martin de los Andes, Argentina.

Visiting the Resort Town of San Martín de los Andes

San Martín de los Andes has become one of the lakes district’s most fashionable resorts. Nestled in the hills near Lago Lácar, it owes its appeal to its surrounding scenery, the trout that thrash in Parque Nacional Lanín’s lakes and streams, and the ski boom that began at nearby Chapelco in the 1940s.

The gardens at the historic Parker Ranch are open to visitors.

Waimea Sights

Waimea sights are distinctly cultural in nature with two heritage sites to explore and a fine art museum focused on Hawaiian and Asian pieces. Make sure to plan ahead, especially if you’d like to take a guided tour, as it’s easy to lose track of time while wandering.

Eucalyptus trees forming a natural tunnel near Koloa Kauai.

Sightseeing in Koloa, Kaua‘i

Many of the sights on the Hawaiian Islands are a combination of history and beauty, and the same holds true for sightseeing in Koloa, Kaua‘i. Two of Koloa’s main sights to see give visitors a deeper understanding of the town’s heritage, which in turn deepens appreciation of wandering its lovely landscapes.

A sign invites people in to the Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas.

Austin’s Weird Sights

In the mood for some weird and downright strange sights? Well, if you’re in Austin, there’s plenty to see. From the macabre to the astonishing to the just plain ‘what the heck?’, these locales and landmarks will definitely hit the spot.

Visitors explore exhibits in a room dominated by large dinosaur skeletons.

Neuquén’s Dinosaur Triangle

Where there’s oil, there are dinosaurs, and Neuquén’s sedimentary steppe is one of Argentina’s late-Cretaceous hot spots. This triangle of sites near the provincial capital makes an ideal (if long) full-day excursion.