Founded in 1718 around the Alamo mission, San Antonio is unmatched as a destination for learning about fascinating Texas state history.
Since its establishment as a French colony in 1718, New Orleans has seen some interesting events in history, the Spanish conquest and the annexation of Louisiana.
Philadelphia is often unjustly overlooked by visitors keen to hop between the higher profile destinations of New York and Washington lying just to its north and south.
Santa Fe is a city of many historic firsts for the US. Established in 1697, it’s the country’s oldest state capital. It’s home to the nation’s first public building.
With a remarkable collection of world-famous monuments, the nation's capital offers a unique insight into American history in all its glory and complexity.
Boston is a treasure trove of American history, and learn about interesting stories related to the nation's founding and its fight for independence.
Founded by the Spanish in 1565 and commonly known as the "Old City", St. Augustine is the oldest permanently occupied European settlement in the Americas.
Visit the picturesque and famously friendly city of Charleston and you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported back in time. Established as an English colony in 1670.
Home to the Georgian aristocracy until quite recently, elegant Savannah is a remarkably well-preserved city.
For the ultimate insight into America's pre-Civil War days, visit Virginia's colonial capital and many of the most important cities of the time.
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