• Chicago: Museum of Science and Industry
    Chicago: Museum of Science and Industry
    Chicago

    The Chicago Museum of Science and Industry is a highly engaging museum located in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.  It features an extensive variety of exhibits ranging from transportation to sociology. For example, the Museum...

  • Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier
    Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier
    Chicago

    Recipient of the Regional Theatre Tony Award, Chicago Shakespeare Theater offers a broad spectrum of theatrical experiences year-round, engaging and entertaining audiences from all walks of life and from around the world. Recipient of the...

  • Chicago off the beaten path
    Chicago off the beaten path
    Chicago

    ake the L (that's Chicagoese for elevated train) to explore Chicago neighborhoods like Chinatown and Wicker Park. Or visit a museum that many locals haven't even been to like the National Museum of Mexican Art or the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum....

  • Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park
    Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park
    Las Vegas

    Located at the Circus Circus Resort, the Adventure Dome is a five acre indoor Adventure/Amusement Park for adults and children. There are rides and attractions including, Canyon Blaster, the world's only indoor double-loop, double-corkscrew roller...

  • Springs Preserve
    Springs Preserve
    Las Vegas

    The Springs Preserve is a 180-acre cultural institution designed to commemorate Las Vegas’ dynamic history and to provide a vision for a sustainable future. The Preserve features museums, galleries, outdoor concerts and events, colorful botanical...

  • Route 66 Tour by Actress Jeanne Tripplehorn
    Route 66 Tour by Actress Jeanne Tripplehorn
    New York City

    "I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Route 66 was always a part of my life. But it wasn’t until I became an adult that I started to appreciate its history. When I moved to Los Angeles as a young actor, I used to drive back to Oklahoma on I–40...

  • BBQ Tour of America’s South
    BBQ Tour of America’s South
    New York City

    Every morsel of barbecue tells a story, starting with the meat: if it’s sausage, you’re in or around Austin, Texas. Mutton? Owensboro, Kentucky. Whole hog might be eastern North Carolina, western Tennessee, or upstate South Carolina, depending on...

  • The Best Southern Rail Trails
    The Best Southern Rail Trails
    New York City

    These five rail-trails beckon to be explored year-round. But they are especially tempting in the fall, winter, and spring when it's frigid up north. All of the trails are pavement or concrete, so they are smooth and ideal for bikes, recumbents,...

  • Daytrips from New York City
    Daytrips from New York City

    If you have extra time in New York City, take a day trip out of the city. These trips can be taken without a car. Beacon Beacon, New York is about 90 minutes north of New York City. It features the huge contemporary art museum, Dia:Beacon....

  • New York’s Incredible Italian Food
    New York’s Incredible Italian Food

    New York has always had great Italian restaurants, but a recent renaissance in Italian food means the city now has better options than ever. Find the best Italian restaurants in New York, from a decadent seafood palace famous for a bone marrow and...