If you enjoy the many freedoms available in America, a must-do is the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. Here you learn of the sacrifices everyday men and women made for you to enjoy the many liberties often taken for granted. WW II may have ended decades ago, but its lessons and victories must not be forgotten.
It’s no secret that Boston is full of important sites from the founding of America. In addition to these historical places, you also find relaxing public green spaces, quaint neighborhoods, and scenic whale-watching harbor cruises. Here are seven fun ways to experience this All-American city.
Opened in April 2018, The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is a sacred place to remember those who suffered and died in the ongoing struggle for racial equality. Located in Montgomery, Alabama on a beautifully designed site, The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is the nation’s first memorial dedicated to enslaved black people.
Towering majestically over downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina, The Kimpton Cardinal Hotel is an elegant destination to exchange wedding vows. The gorgeous ballrooms, scrumptious food, and exciting amenities are the perfect setting for all of your wedding events. Even pets are allowed, so your furry loved ones will not miss out on being apart of your wedding day.
Incredibly moving, US Holocaust Memorial Museum is dedicated to giving visitors a better understanding of how and why the Nazi regime and its collaborators systematically murdered six million European Jews. You can expect a deeply moving yet haunting presentation of the facts and history of this painful historical event, so be prepared to leave with a heavy heart.