My Booking It Through History: First Ladies focus for June was Louisa Catherine Adams, the wife of John Quincy Adams. Learn more about this British born first lady who was the toast of Europe in my new post!
Learn more about the elegant yet reserved Elizabeth Kortright Monroe in my new Booking It Through History: First Ladies post!
A great day trip from London for your little airplane enthusiast is the Royal Air Force Museum. Make sure to visit during any trip to London!
One of the largest museum in the world is The British Museum. It can be kid-friendly with the right plan. Read my new review about seeing the Rosetta Stone and all of the amazing artifacts there.
Learn all about our nation's second First Lady - and the first to live in the White House. Abigail Adams was a woman ahead of her time. Read about her life, legacy, and how to walk in her footsteps in my new Booking It Through History: First Ladies post!
Step back in time to the court of King Henry VIII at England's Hampton Court Palace. An easy day trip from London, this historical palace is not-to-be-missed on any British tour!
I planned my post today weeks ago before the death of Queen Elizabeth II. This is a good time to learn about Westminster Abbey as it hosts the state funeral of the Queen next Monday.
If your family enjoys learning about military history, the Imperial War Museum London is an important place to visit. Read my new review to learn about this museum chock full of thoughtful historical artifacts about World War I, World War II, and more modern-day conflicts.
Visiting the Houses of Parliament in London is an amazing way to walk in history. From the lauded House of Commons to the historic Westminster Hall, these buildings contain over 1,000 years of history.
When visiting London, a must-see historical site is the Churchill War Rooms where you walk in the footsteps of history!