U.S. Route 6 may not be the most well-known road trip route, like Route 66 or the Pacific Coast Highway, but it can take you from all the way across the U.S. from coast to coast. Heading from east to west, the highway begins in Massachusetts and ends in California, with plenty of interesting attractions along the way.
Some of the best historic attractions to visit in the U.S. are actually former residences. There is so much you can learn about an era or a famous historical figure by exploring the way they lived daily life. From modest abodes to expansive mansions, we love old homes! Learn about our favorite historic homes that you can visit and let us know which ones you love!
The USA has a fantastic array of libraries, big and small, public and academic, for you to explore. Whether you go to see their general collection of books, to visit the rare books and manuscripts they contain, or to ogle the stunning architecture, these libraries are great destinations for you as you drive the nation.
It’s hard to think of childhood without remembering the quintessential childhood dream: having your own tree house. Whether you dreamed it would be your clubhouse, secret hideaway or personal jungle gym, you probably imagined at least one night camping out in your tree house.
New England is known for a lot of things, great seafood, miles of pristine rocky shoreline and beautiful lighthouses.
Traditionally, these lighthouses were operated by those who were tasked with protecting ships at sea from crashing along the dangerous shoreline.
They say theme parks are for kids, but in reality, most adults never lose that excitement when setting foot inside the gates.
What’s special about many of the theme …