Oxford, England with its storied colleges and revered literary sites makes a great day trip from London. Read my new review about planning a visit!
York is England's best preserved medieval city. Learn why you must put it on your itinerary on a trip around Britain!
All aviation and military history enthusiasts need to visit the Imperial War Museum Duxford in England. Housed on a former RAF base, it has hundreds of 20th century military aircraft housed in old hangars. Read my new review of it today!
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.
If your travels take you through a state capital, be sure to check out the state's history museum. In Tennessee, the new Tennessee State Museum is one of the best I've visited!
Tomorrow is Veterans Day. A meaningful way to celebrate our brave men and women of the US Army is to visit the National Museum of the United States Army near Washington, DC. It’s one of the most interactive and immersive museum experiences for kids and adults. Plan your trip today!
As part of my quest to see every Presidential and First Lady historic site, I visited one of the few sites countrywide dedicated solely to a First Lady, the Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum. Located in the picturesque town of Wytheville, Virginia, it’s a great place to learn more about this trailblazing First Lady.
When driving along I-95 to Washington, DC, you can't miss the striking spire of the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Read my new review today to learn about one of my children's favorite museums!
Read my March update on my Year of Historical Reading!
Virginia is the birthplace of our nation, and its state library, the Library of Virginia, was created in 1823 as a repository for all of its original documents and manuscripts, dating back to Jamestown’s founding in 1607. Its online resources are vast, and with the current health crisis keeping our kids from attending school, this is the perfect time to explore the documents, artifacts, and manuscripts available. There is even a way for your kids to potentially get their volunteer hours through the Library’s Making History: Transcribe program. Read my new review today about visiting the Library, both in person and virtually!