Cultural Heritage: History

Bust of George Washington Carver.  Photo:  Tonya Fitzpatrick

“A traveler without observation is a bird without wings.”              — Moslih Eddin Saadi

No matter where you go, every place has a story.   From great struggles against oppressive forces to human inguenity, the people and the places who have defined significant eras in human history move many to travel see where history was made.   Being able to walk where history was made, seeing the places that shaped legendary figures or experiencing life as our ancestors did, travel allows history to come to life in ways that transcend a history book.


SPECIAL: Remembering 9/11
Inside North Carolina’s Outer Banks
Exploring Dominica, the Nature Island
From Jewish London to America by Harley and places in between
Celebrating the US National Park Service Centennial and exploring World Heritage Sites in Conflict Zones
Exploring Las Vegas, Jacksonville (FL), Wisconsin and the Czech Republic
Living in Mexico, Exploring North Korea, Malta and Barbados
Traveling through Puerto Vallarta and Tequila, Mexico
Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Beyond Dutch Country
National Geographic Adventure, Born To Explore & Cherry Blossoms Centennial
Start of @Sochi2014 Paralympic Games
Quebec City’s New France Festival – a walk through Canadian history
Travel Photography, Patricia Cornwell, Children’s Museum, David Rockefeller, Jr.


Walking through Rio – A tale of many cities
America’s Basilica, Cheetah Conservation and Pirate Treasure Hunting with the Cousteau’s
Exploring Paris, China, Family Travel and City Pass
Author James Rollins, Kenya, America’s Whiskey Trail and Founders’ Homes
Walking and singing our way through Birmingham, Alabama’s rich history
Exploring Wilmington, Delaware – A European experience in American history
City of David, Namibia, Tasting Sicily
Discover Kenya and the Caribbean
In the Footsteps of Birmingham’s Civil Rights Movement (Lowell Thomas Award-Winning show)
Traveling the Underground Railroad from Virginia to Ontario
UN Foundation: Women’s Voices in Fragile States
Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – Dreaming the DREAM
Exploring Colombia

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