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, so check out these terrific destinations. Click on any image to go to the advertiser’s Web site.

Relive the Battle of Reed’s Bridge in Jacksonville, Arkansas, October 17. See a re-enactment of a pivotal confrontation in the Union’s campaign to Little Rock. Also discover life off the battlefield with period costumes and food from the era.

Step back in time at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park, a Union Army supply depot and African American refugee camp. Museum, Civil War Library, Interpretive Trails and more.

Hundreds of authentic artifacts. Voted fourth finest in U.S. by North & South Magazine. Located in historic Bardstown, Kentucky. 

 

Come to Cleveland, Mississippi — the birthplace of the blues. Here, you’ll find such legendary destinations as Dockery Farms and Po’ Monkey’s Juke Joint.

Search over 10,000 images and primary documents relating to the Civil War Battle of Hampton Roads. Now available in The Mariners’ Museum Library Online Catalog!

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.

Vicksburg, Mississippi is a great place to bring your family to learn American history, enjoy educational museums and check out the mighty Mississippi River.

Fitzgerald, Georgia…100 years of bringing people together. Learn more about our story and the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War’s conclusion at www.fitzgeraldga.org.

 

The Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area highlights the historic, cultural, natural, scenic and recreational treasures of this distinctive region.

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

Over 650 grand historic homes in three National Register Historic Districts. Birthplace of America’s greatest playwright, Tennessee Williams. The ultimate Southern destination — Columbus, MS.

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.

Confederate Memorial Park is the site of Alabama’s only Home for Confederate veterans (1902-1939). The museum interprets Alabama’s Confederate period and the Alabama Confederate Soldiers’ Home.

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 and history attractions at PrestonsburgKY.org. Home to Jenny Wiley State Park, country music entertainment and Dewey Lake.