Travel Channel counts down the Top 10 Wonders of the West.
We present a list of Southern cities that were the sites of civil rights skirmishes, but today stand as gems of the new South.
New York is a hotbed of cinematic and television activity: You could throw a stone and hit a dozen locations that have served as the setting for films and shows.
Discover Travel Channel's picks for some of the continent's greatest lighthouses and what makes them so.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No -- it's an aerial tramway, a type of incline lift in which an enclosed cabin is suspended from one cable and pulled by another.
Does the punishment always fit the crime? Delve into notions of truth and justice at these crime museums worldwide.
Explore the different Norwegian Cruise Line vacations.
New York is a city of immigrants with inspiring architecture, a thriving arts scene and a starring role in the economy of the US and the rest of the world.
Today, visitors to our nation's capital can keep infinitely busy with artsy, scientific, political and historic happenings.
Yorktown marked the last major battle of the Revolutionary War, ultimately securing independence for the United States.
Boston, which reimbursed Great Britain on July 4, 1976, for the tea that its citizens dumped into the harbor, is steeped in Revolutionary War history.
A trip to Philadelphia can transform quickly into a tour of our nation's Colonial history.
Though no one recalls who first issued the rallying cry "Remember the Alamo," one thing is for sure: The Battle of the Alamo symbolizes courage and sacrifice for the cause of liberty.
Cited as the Civil War's turning point, the Battle of Gettysburg effectively ended Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's invasion of the North.
The Battle of the Little Bighorn, occurred June 25-26, 1876, near the Little Bighorn River in the eastern Montana Territory, and is commonly known as "Custer's Last Stand."