Historical Travel Articles
Visit 15 of America's spookiest homes, scariest cemeteries and other supernatural places—if you dare.
Despite a multitude of online resources, family history isn’t becoming an armchair-only hobby. Why not? More and more supposedly "armchair" genealogists are taking part in genealogy travel.
Step back in time—and into your ancestors' world—at these top historical living locations.
Walk in your ancestors' footsteps and fill in the blanks in your family tree with a family history vacation. Here's what you need to know before you go.
A Utah man turns his family's historic home into a museum.
Tony Horwitz discovers one of America's favorite new pastimes — Civil War reenactments.
You can walk into America's past—and follow in your ancestors' footsteps—at the country's hottest historic destinations. Plan your 2005 travels with our roundup of 28 timeless towns and 11 genealogy hot spots.
Best Bets for Celebrating Your Heritage and Bringing the Past to Life.
Never go hungry again for a literary taste of Atlanta with our guide to the city through the life and work of "Gone With the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell.
101 Best Websites for 2011: Tools for using maps in your research