The next installment in our series of Presidential and First Lady sites is James Monroe’s Highland, located just a few miles from Jefferson’s Monticello. The actual home of President and Mrs. Monroe is no longer standing but read my new review as to why this still remains a must-see Presidential site!
Jamestown was the first permanent English settlement in the New World, established in 1607. This site is now part of the Historic Triangle in Virginia, along with Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg. Jamestown is a great place to take your family to learn about life in pre-colonial times, when survival in the New World was not at all secure. Read my new review today!
One of the best places to take your kids in Dublin is the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology. The treasures displayed by this free museum are interesting and educational, and some are so eye-popping that your kids won’t ever forget it! Read my new review today!
Charleston any time of year is wonderful but Charleston in October is particularly lovely. The weather is perfect - still warm but with less humidity. If you’re planning a fall getaway to Charleston, you definitely need to add a trip to Fort Sumter to your itinerary! Read my new review to help plan your trip to the place where the Civil War began!
Have you visited Montpelier, the home of America's 4th President? This Presidential site is a must-see with your family in central Viriginia. Read my new review today!
Have you visited Richmond's Civil War battlefields? There are many to choose from - see my new review to help plan your family's visit!
Have you heard about the Easter Rising that occurred in Ireland in 1916? Read my new post today about the pivotal site in this battle, the GPO Witness History Museum in Dublin! It is a moving and important site to visit while in Ireland.