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Upgrades, Expansions and a Summer Camp at the King’s Palace

Even if one is not a fan of Elvis Presley, there are many reasons to visit Graceland. For one, the mansion itself is a perfect time capsule that goes beyond capturing a specific man’s life and times (specifically, the 1960s and early 70s). It also happens to touch upon the many ways Elvis influenced popular […]

History Tours for Kids in the Southeast United States

Traveling with the kids can be a lot of fun and when there is a chance they will learn a little something without even realizing it? Well, that is just a bonus! Here we take a look at some history tours in the southeast United States your kids will enjoy, too. Early American History A […]

Elvis Week in Graceland

Celebrate the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll Aug. 9–18, in Memphis, Tenn., during Elvis Week. Hosted at none other than the King’s home turned museum, Graceland will be a flurry with special guests, events and celebrations honoring Elvis Presley. Tour through the famously beloved residence of Presley, Graceland, and get an inside look at the […]

3 Smaller Cities That Offer Big Draws

With some of the country’s most iconic museums, thrilling adventure and educational activities — plus a way lower price point for food and lodging than major destinations like New York — so-called “second-tier” cities offer first-rate fun. Here’s a trifecta. Louisville Lovingly nicknamed “The Thrill” by those who grow up there, it’s easy to see […]