The town that once executed 20 of its own during the Salem Witch Trials has moved on from its past to embrace those from all walks of life. In the meantime, it has a little fun with Halloween during its month-long Haunted Happenings in Salem
From 550 A.D. to 1,300 A.D., the Ancestral Puebloans lived and worked in what is now Mesa Verde National Park. Today, you can visit many of the 5,000 stone structures they left behind. Tours are available to Cliff Palace, the most popular ruin in Mesa Verde was once home to 150 families.
In 2018, Vienna celebrates 100 years of Viennese Modernism. Four major artists -- Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Otto Wagner and Koloman Moser -- died in 1918, but their work changed the artistic world forever. Beauty & The Abyss is a yearlong celebration of their work.
Atop a sun-baked mesa in New Mexico sits the “oldest continuously inhabited” community in North America. The Acoma Pueblo have lived here for more than 1,000 years, and some 300 mud-brick and sandstone structures with no electricity or running water are still used today.
Bombing in WWII sunk many Japanese ships in the lagoon. Today, this dive site in Micronesia is considered one of the top wreck diving sites in the world.
In New York City, the 9/11 Memorial rises triumphantly, a monument to the human spirit and a testament to the value of human life.
Hire a horse-drawn carriage and step back into the 19th century on Michigan's Mackinac Island.
The largest of Greece’s Dodecanese islands, Rhodes has it all -- culture, history, churches and miles of beaches. Walking through Rhodes is like walking through history. The Romans, Phoenicians and Turks all left their mark here. Here's what to see and do in Rhodes.
The Great of Wall of China is the largest man-made structure in the world. Here's how to plan your visit to this unique remnant of China's past.
Indonesian Shadow Puppet Theater tells the stories of heroic Javanese Kings, quests and battles. Watching this unique form of theater is a must when traveling in Indonesia.
Paris has inspired many writers and artists over the centuries, and it can inspire you too. New York Times Best Selling Author Denise Grover Swank shares five places in Paris that inspire her creativity.
An overnight stay in this storied palace brings spine-tingling adventure.
Getting lost on Mt. Sinai leads to a front row seat for one of nature's amazing displays.
Tradition runs deep in Kyoto, Japan -- especially in this unique profession.