Toronto's Distillery Historic District is a 13-acre site with Victorian-era brick industrial buildings.

Exploring Toronto’s Distillery Historic District

The Distillery Historic District is a 13-acre site with Victorian-era brick industrial buildings that now house art galleries, shops, cafés, and theaters, as well as high-end condominiums. Read more about the galleries and studios in the area, as well as some of the breweries operating in the district.

View of the Pacific Tsunami Museum in Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii.

Museums in Hilo, Big Island

The three museums in Hilo are all worth a visit for furthering your understanding of not only the area and its history, but the people who lived that history. Notably, these museums are housed in wonderfully historic buildings themselves.

The front of the George Carr house in San Diego.

The Historic Arts and Crafts Homes of San Diego

The truth is that some of the best architecture in San Deigo is found in private residences, and if architecture is your thing, the historic arts and crafts homes around town are a must-see. Here are the homes and tours to put on your list.

La‘ie Point State Wayside. Photo © Robert Lindsell, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Sightseeing Kualoa to La‘ie, O‘ahu

Sightseeing Kualoa to La‘ie is incredibly varied, from exploring out-of-the-way areas to all kinds of informative tours and outdoor adventures—you won’t find any tourist traps here.

Snow-crested mountains are visible in the distance while the heavily forest shore reflects in deep blue lakewater.

Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi in Northern Patagonia

Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi is a beautiful spot that connects two countries via a series of scenic roads and waterways. Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy the park, from sights like Lago Nahuel Huapi to refugios to popular hiking routes and practicalities.

Coronado Bridge in San Diego, California.

San Diego Area Sights: Coronado Highlights

If you’re in San Diego, the trip across the Coronado bridge to visit this famous resort city should definitely be on your list. Highlights include the spectacular bridge itself, the story of how the resort city came to be, and most notably, the famous Hotel del Coronado.

You can wander in and out of 14 buildings that make up Fort Mackinac.

Fort Mackinac in Upper Peninsula Michigan

Whitewashed Fort Mackinac is worth a visit for the views alone, presiding over—as forts often do—the downtown, the marina, and Lake Huron. But there’s also plenty of exploring to do at this military outpost with its costumed guides and historic reenactments.

Directional signs in Old Town, San Diego.

Sightseeing Old Town San Diego and Mission Hills

Sightseeing in Old Town San Diego and Mission Hills is a historical and architectural feast. From the city’s first graveyard to a two-century old home and plenty in between, you can easily spend an entire day strolling through San Diego’s history.

The Soo Locks in the heart of downtown Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

Seeing the Soo Locks

Nearly every visitor to the Soo makes a pilgrimage to the locks, right in the heart of downtown Sault Ste. Marie. The area has a lovely park, a walkway, interpretive plaques explaining areas of historic interest, and it’s easy to while away an hour or two watching the ships as they crawl through the locks with seemingly just inches to spare. But there’s plenty more to do too—like your own “lock through” on a boat tour.