If you're looking for historical sites to visit, upcoming events and places with historical tours, make this your first stop. Heritage Travel is a wonderful way to enrich your experience of history…check out these terrific destinations. Click on any image to go to the advertiser's Web site.
Stop by the Winchester/Clark County Tourism Commission for the Stone Fence Tour and the Civil War Driving Tour information that will guide you by the area's many historic homes, cemeteries and more.
Jackson is at the intersection of Music and Rock-A-Billy Highways. Just over an hour's drive from Shiloh National Military Park, we have our own stories to share in connecting you with the past.
Camp Wildcat Battle was one of the Union's first victories. Trenches can still be seen today. Reenactment takes place annually, the third week of October. Information: (800) 348-0095.
Known for its important role in the 1864 Civil War Battle of Mobile Bay, Fort Morgan stands today as a testament to perseverance and resolve. See history come alive.
Explore Maryland with once-in-a-lifetime commemorations — all at one destination. Create your family history by exploring ours.
Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War in Chattanooga, where some of the most pivotal and bloody battles raged.
The Battle of Franklin Trust offers a Value Ticket for guided tours to all three historic Civil War homes including Carnton Plantation, The Carter House and Lotz House for $30.
Feel the fire of cannons at Civil War battlefields such as Perryville and Richmond Battlefield Park. Walk in the footsteps of great American leaders, like John Hunt Morgan and Cassius Clay, with visits to their historic homes.
Bourbon distilleries, Civil War history and railroad heritage — Bardstown has something for everyone and all in a picturesque setting that is vintage to its foundation.
Visit Myrtledene, the mansion that was Morgan's headquarters, as well as the Lebanon Civil War Park, the Battle of Lebanon site, and more. Visit BourbonHorsesHistory.com.
Home of the Confederate Powder Works. Civil War 150th canal boat tour, "Food, Fabric & Firepower," explores Augusta, Georgia's vital role supplying the Confederate front lines.
Small town with big history: Battle of Lebanon. Camp Crittenden, the Civil War's largest black soldier encampment. Raided three times by John Hunt Morgan.
Richmond, KY ….Where History Comes Alive! Off I-75 near Lexington: Civil War Tour and Visitor Center. Gibson Bay Golf Course, Fort Boonesborough, White Hall State Historic House, Hummel Planetarium, historic downtown shopping, and walking tours.
View some of the unique artifacts related to Civil War Soldier Life, now on display at Kentucky's Camp Nelson Heritage Park Interpretive Center.
Bowling Green is rich with history! Travel the Civil War Discovery Trail and visit popular attractions like the Kentucky Museum and Lost River Cave.
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