|No matter how great it is to read a book, study a
course, check out the U.S. History Timeline here at America's Best
History, or watch about something historic on television, it's just not
the same as being there. Get out of the house and travel to some
of the great vcacation spots in the United States, those that tell the
story of our history. And nearby, there'll be plenty of out and
out fun, too.
Just remember, if you visit that mouse in Orlando, there's St.
Augustine on the way down, Cape Canaveral (and boy there's plenty of
fun things to do there anyway) across Rt. 4, and the Everglades down a
bit further. If you can't wait to get into that Philadelphia
history, remember Philadelphia is a vibrant town with lots of sports to
see, amusement parks in nearby New Jersey, and an aquarium along the
riverfront in Camden. If you're traveling to the center part of
that Pennsylvania state, you can go right by Hershey park (well,
almost) on your way to Gettysburg, or stop by all things Amish near
Don't let the kids whither away at the mall. Don't let your
parents take you to the same spots or tell you you won't like historic
travel vacations, too. Check out some of the most vibrant and
interesting locations in the United States here in the VISIT AMERICA
section of americasbesthistory.com, then pick out a couple to visit.
And believe us, there's a whole lot more out there then the ones we've
highlighted so far. Way over 300 National Parks just to pick out
one genre. And yes, we count national parks in the U.S. best
history genre. The history of our national lands remains one of
the best ways to learn and appreciate what came before us.
Now get out that map, or type a location into your GPS, check for some Expedia deals, and Visit America.