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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.

 

The coolest place in History! Visit the largest restored Shaker community, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, or experience 1774 at Old Fort Harrod State Park.

 

Eleventh President James K. Polk Ancestral Home, Civil War sites, historic antebellum homes, unique eateries and more, all just 40 minutes south of Nashville.

 

A true "antebellum encyclopedia" just steps from Memphis & Tunica featuring historic home tours, museums, camping, galleries, shopping, a one-of-a-kind shrine to Elvis and more! 

 

 

Experience the Civil War in Jacksonville at the Museum of Military History. Relive one of Arkansas' first stands at the Reed's Bridge Battlefield.

 

The beautiful city of Vicksburg invites you to experience our rich heritage and to enjoy a fabulous array of arts, entertainment and historic attractions.

 

Explore the Natchez Trace… Discover America.  Journey along this 444-mile National Scenic Byway stretching from the Mississippi River in Natchez through Alabama and then Tennessee.

 

America MADE history at Fort Ticonderoga. Plan your visit today!

 

During the Civil War, Corinth, Mississippi had the sixteen most important square feet of land in the entire Confederacy. Let us tell you why.

 

Visit the Sultana Exhibit — the worst maritime disaster in U. S. History — in Marion, Arkansas, this summer from June 10th to July 26th.

 

Come to Helena, Arkansas and see the Civil War like you've never seen it before. Plan your trip at www.CivilWarHelena.com.

 

150th anniversary of the Battle of Iuka—America's bloodiest High Point. Iuka, Mississippi. 1-800-FUN-HERE (386-4373).

 

With six historic sites along Tennessee's Civil War trail and a 14-mile bike trail celebrating the Bridge Burner's history, Greene County has much to offer the Civil War enthusiast.

 

History surrounds Cartersville, GA, including Allatoona Pass, where a fierce battle took place, and Cooper's Furnace, the only remnant of the bustling industrial town of Etowah.

 

Tennessee's Farragut Folklife Museum is a treasure chest of artifacts telling the history of the Farragut and Concord communities, including the Admiral David Glasgow Farragut collection.

 

 

Prestonsburg, KY -  Civil War & history attractions, and reenactment dates at PrestonsburgKY.org. Home to Jenny Wiley State Park, country music entertainment & Dewey Lake.

 

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