Morocco's most popular tours dazzle the senses. Stay in a riad, spend the night in the Sahara Dunes, ride the Wind in Essaouira and so much more.
Bram Stoker's great-grandnephew, Dacre Stoker, reveals the truth behind Dracula's creator in a rare interview with Paranormal Pop Culture Expert Aaron Sagers.
Test your knowledge of Mysteries at the Museum! Answer the true or false questions and then see what Don Wildman has to say.
Monumental Mysteries scours the country for America’s most extraordinary monuments and reveals the amazing mysteries hidden within.
Dive into history! Explore the wonders hidden below sea level near Croatia such as famous wrecks like the passenger cruiser Baron Gautsch and a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress from World War II.
Pazin Kastel, Stari Grad and Trakošćan Castle are just a few stunning castles that every traveler should see when visiting Croatia.
Escape the crowds! See how to avoid the inevitable rush of people come Inauguration Day in DC.
Visit one of the oldest tourist attractions in the US. Travel Channel has the details on a few unique and historic destinations, including Chumash Painted Caves and St. Augustine, FL.
From the Alamo to JFK's assassination spot, Texas packs a wallop for history buffs. Here are our picks for Texas's best historic sites.
Discover Austin’s amazing historical attractions, including the State Capitol -- the largest in America.
Explore the mysterious ruins of the Inca empire in Peru, including Machu Picchu, Moray and Sacsayhuaman.
Visit Charleston, and see historic homes and gardens that bring the Old South to life.
Explore North Carolina's fascinating history -- from its original Native American settlers to its role in the Revolutionary and Civil wars. Take a look at the Tar Heel state's best historic sites.
Immerse yourself in Charleston's rich culture, and visit a few historic destinations, including Fort Sumter, the H.L. Hunley Submarine and the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon.
Ever wonder what a sports car and a jelly bean have in common? They're both made in America! Each week, George Motz finds out how some of America's most iconic products are made.