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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.

 

Start planning today to Find Your True South in Mississippi. To order your free Mississippi Tour Guide, go to VisitMississippi.org or call 866-SEE MISS.

 

To discover more about Tennessee and to order your free official Tennessee Vacation Guide, visit tnvacation.com or call 1-800-GO2-TENN.

 

Join us for our Civil War Anniversary Commemoration including attractions and tours, exhibitions, memorials, and a reenactment of the Battle of Fort Fisher, Jan. 16-18, 2015. (877) 945-6386.

 

Once Georgia's last frontier outpost, now its third largest city, Columbus is a true destination of choice. History, theater, arts and sports—Columbus has it all.

 

The final battles of the Civil War in Mississippi were fought around Tupelo. A brilliant tactical victory was achieved at Brice's Crossroads. Come see where it happened.

 

Live Civil War history in Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

St. Mary's County, Maryland. Visit Point Lookout, site of the war's largest prison camp, plus Confederate and USCT monuments. A short drive from the nation's capital.

 

Home to more than 400 sites, the Civil War's impact on Georgia was greater than any other event in the state's history.

 

Williamson County, Tennessee, is rich in Civil War history. Here, you can visit the Lotz House, Carnton Plantation, Carter House, Fort Granger and Winstead Hill Park, among other historic locations.

 

See flyable warbird aircraft at The Tennessee Museum of Aviation, view the Battle of Fair Garden grounds, tour early Appalachian settlements and more in Sevierville, Tennessee.

 

Sandy Springs, Georgia, is the perfect hub for exploring Metro Atlanta's Civil War sites. Conveniently located near 
major highways, you'll see everything from Sandy Springs!

 

Come discover and visit the sites and stories of the American Civil War as it made its way through Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia from 1861-1855.

 

Visit Carolina's oldest public building! The Powder Magazine was an arsenal within Charleston's early walled city. See the 300th Anniversary colonial military exhibition. Open Daily!

 

Just 15 miles south of downtown Atlanta lies the heart of the true South: Clayton County, Georgia, where heritage comes alive!

 

Southern hospitality at its finest, the
Classic South, Georgia, offers visitors a combination of history and charm mixed with excursion options for everyone from outdoorsmen to museum-goers.

 

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