Do you typically read holiday books in December? Read my new post on my Year of Historical Reading update and learn about three holiday historical fiction books to put on your to be read list!
Even though we're staying close to home this holiday season, we can still visit our local historical sites to see beautiful seasonal decorations from different time periods. Read my new review to get inspiration to find a historic holiday tour in your city!
Every country has a grand home that takes you back in time. In America, it's the Biltmore House. In Ireland, it's the Muckross House. This Victorian home in southwestern Ireland usually has an amazing Christmas experience but while that may be different this year, it should still be on your must-see list when you visit the Emerald Isle, no matter the season!
The November update for my Year of Historical Reading is here. Read the post to learn about the fantastic historical novels and nonfiction books that I read this past month!
The Boston Tea Party took place 247 years ago this month, lighting the spark that led to the American Revolution. Read my new review today of the immersive and hands-on museum, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. It's a must-see attraction on any trip to Boston! Photo Credit: Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
It's here - my 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for History Enthusiasts. Read the post to find unique gifts for friends and family.
Watch my new Travel with Books video about the Virginia Mysteries series. I interviewed the author, Steven K. Smith, and learned about his inspiration for writing these middle-grade novels about Virginia history.
Did you know that Shirley Plantation, located near Richmond, Virginia, is the oldest family-owned business in America? Read my new review to learn about its 400 year history and why it makes a great place to visit with your family today.
Planning a dream trip to Ireland in 2021? Be sure to put the Medieval town of Kilkenny on your itinerary. The Kilkenny Castle is a must-see site and its garden is a great place for kids to play. Read my new review today and start dreaming about a trip to the Emerald Isle.
The Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte, North Carolina is a unique museum that looks at the growth of the piedmont region after the Civil War. From farming to textiles to banking, this museum highlights the explosive growth and the racial and economic challenges that have faced the Queen City in recent history. If you're planning a visit to Charlotte, put this museum on your must-see list!