As was mentioned in Monday’s post, Historic America now has two types of new tour options to choose from: Concierge & A La Carte tours. Today we want to focus on our A La Carte option. Here’s the wonderful & talented Rachel Tracey to tell you more …
Gettysburg is where my nerd-odyssey began at the tender age of 7 … It will always be a special place to me.
Using a string of far-flung military outposts as base camps for adventure, Catlin crisscrossed an untamed landscape, all-the-while painting a tremendous volume of Indian portraits and native scenes. The images were unlike anything the world had ever seen.
I’m now on a mission to convince one of my regular groups that they should schedule a Baltimore day with yours truly as the group leader. Let me entertain and thrill you, damnit!
The American Civil War Museum, a new institution formed out of a merger between the American Civil War Center and the Museum of the Confederacy, sits on the banks of the James River. If, as the museum’s CEO Christy Coleman says, the Civil War “saved and redefined what the American republic would be,” the new museum redefines the war’s legacy as perpetually bound to our always-fraught present.
Now our tour guests can hold in their hands the very types of stone used to construct the National Cathedral, Smithsonian Museums, Supreme Court and much more. It’s so darn cool.