The larger-than-life cowboy legends of the Old West were born on the frontier plains and in the cattle towns of Kansas.
Jacob Laukaitis rode his motorcycle across 15 countries – and he’s still traveling.
Historian Dan Brucker explores the most famous place to whisper your secrets in New York City: Grand Central Terminal’s Whispering Gallery.
When Jacob Laukaitis headed to Bali, he took his video camera along. The footage is beautiful, and some of it quite unexpected. We caught up with him recently, and asked about his time in Bali. How would you describe Bali to someone who’s never been there? It’s a beautiful island in the Southern part of …
Kansas has a rich history of travelers who once dared to tame the Kansas prairie. Follow those explorers on the Santa Fe Trail through Kansas.
Cruising in Maine is a unique experience. Instead of massive cruise ships, a small fleet of historic wooden tall ships called windjammer explore the coast of Maine.
In this video, discover Grand Central Terminal’s very own speakeasy as Grand Central Terminal’s historian, Dan Brucker, takes you inside the special history of this magnificent cocktail lounge.
Grand Central Terminal in New York City turns 103 years old this year. In this video, Grand Central Historian Dan Brucker explores the famous Oyster Bar.
Cleveland, Ohio may not be a top travel spot now, but that could change over the next few years.
The world’s largest example of Tiffany glass can be found at Grand Central Terminal in New York City. In this video, historian Dan Brucker gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the famous Tiffany Clock at Grand Central Terminal. Grand Central Terminal is the world’s largest train terminal located in the heart of Manhattan in New …
If you’ve ever been to Montana, then you understand why it’s called Big Sky Country. In The Picnic, a group of friends enjoy hiking and biking in Montana.
From the Norwegian fjords to the capital city of Oslo, Norway is well worth the visit.