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French Quarter (Vieux Carré) Full review
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Perfect for vibrant nightlife! : Located in the historic heart of the city is known for its vibrant nightlife. This is the oldest area in the city and is a beautiful spot for an evening stroll. We loved our walk, we admired the old architecture from the Spanish era, captured some good pictures and had delicious local food at the restaurants on the roadside.
The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré or the Vieux Carre Historic District, is the olde… [..]

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The National WWII Museum Full review
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Learn everything about World War II: This historic military museum in New Orleans narrates the story of the unforgettable and remarkable World War II. Among all the exhibits they had, our favorite was the interactive submarine exhibit. We spent about three hours in the museum and our kids loved it. There were planes, submarines, weapons and so much more on display.
The National WWII Museum, formerly known as the D-Day Museum, is a military history museum located … [..]

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Le Monde Creole, guided tour of the French Quarter Full review
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A unique detailed walking tour.: A unique walking tour of French Quarter courtyards that we all loved! We explored the museum, the city's oldest cemetery, tropical gardens and everything else. Get your walking shoes on, because it took us about 2 hours plus to explore the French Quarter. The tour guide was willing to explain every detail about the places we were taken to.

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Sun Studio Full review
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Music lovers galore! : Sun studio is popularly known as the birthplace of rock 'N' roll music. This where an 18-year-old Elvis Presley first recorded his song. If you are an avid rock n roll fan like us, you will love this studio visit too. Our tour guide was so informative that he literally had a story to say for every nook and corner of the building.
Sun Studio is a recording studio opened by rock-and-roll pioneer Sam Phillips at 706 Union Avenue i… [..]

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Graceland Full review
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Well worth the trip!: Graceland is a mansion that was previously owned by the great Elvis Presley. It was an opportunity for us to explore Elvis Presley’s home and learn everything about his music. We booked a tour of the mansion, the throne room, and the famous Jungle room. Our favorite part of the tour was the mansion itself. Loved our visit to Graceland!
Graceland is a mansion on a 13.8-acre estate in Memphis, Tennessee that was owned by Elvis Presley… [..]

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Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum Full review
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History behind some of the pioneers in music: This music museum tells everything you need to know about some of the pioneers in the music industry. The narrate the story of the influence of Bluff City's rock & soul music through interactive displays. We took a walk around the museum premises and loved all the artifacts that were on display. It was so fascinating to know the history behind the music.
The Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum is a music museum located at 191 Beale Street in Memphis, Tennesse… [..]

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National Civil Rights Museum Full review
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A museum to learn everything about the Civil Rights Movement: We loved this museum that exhibits the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the US. This well-curated museum showcases everything you need to know about African American civil rights oppression. By the end of the museum tour, we were in awe of Dr. King and his efforts. Our kids enjoyed the learning experience!
The National Civil Rights Museum is a complex of museums and historic buildings in Memphis, Tenness… [..]

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Lake Martin Full review
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Hiking, fishing and so much more at this scenic lake: A visit to the scenic Lake Martin was an amazing experience. We enjoyed fishing and boating in the lake. It was one of the nicest and cleanest Lake in Alabama. The lake has a huge coastline to explore. There were trails and crossroads for those who love hiking. A must-visit!
Lake Martin, located in St. Martin Parish, is a wildlife preserve and one of Louisiana's swamplands… [..]

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LeBlanc Swamp Tours Full review
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An amazing tour! : LeBlanc Swamp Tour was hosted on a little boat where we enjoyed the ride through the swamps. We had a mini-encounter with the Gators and our guide was narrating a lot of stories related to the area and he was overall an entertainer too. We totally enjoyed every bit of the beautiful wildlife around the lake Martin.

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Bonaventure Cemetery Full review
Bonaventure Cemetery is a public cemetery located on a scenic bluff of the Wilmington River, east o… [..]

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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site Full review
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A fascinating historic site dedicated to Dr. King: This historical park is not just any other park. It is a National Park which was the birth home of Dr. King. It was an amazing experience. There are several buildings here, including the house where he grew up and the church was he was baptized. We loved every exhibit detailing his life here.
The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site consists of several buildings including Martin Lu… [..]

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Georgia Aquarium Full review
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Exploring the underwater world! : This is one of the world's largest aquariums with interactive galleries and exhibits of marine life. It was a great opportunity for us to learn and explore a world under the sea. Our kids loved the tour of the place. From sharks to penguins, there was pretty much everything related to marine life!
The Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It is the largest aquarium in t… [..]

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High Museum of Art Full review
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A beautiful art museum: The High Museum of Art is listed amongst top 100 world art museums. The building itself an architectural marvel which is made of the porcelain-enameled building. They have an interesting display of diverse art collection and modern architecture. Great place to visit during our holiday, friendly staff and art for all.
The High Museum of Art , located in Atlanta, is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United S… [..]

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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Full review
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A very well-put together museum on music! : This is one of the world's largest museums and research centers that is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of American vernacular music. Everything you've ever wanted to know about American music is on display here. We really enjoyed this trip! They have done a great job of telling the story behind country music.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee is one of the world’s largest mus… [..]

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Stone Mountain Park Full review
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A beautiful mountain park! : This beautiful mountain park has a lot of activities to enjoy with the whole family. We loved our ride on the cable car and also enjoyed biking around the place. This park has the world's largest piece of exposed granite and makes you feel closer to nature. Do check if the place is open before you decide to visit.
Stone Mountain State Park is a 14,351-acre North Carolina state park in Alleghany and Wilkes Count… [..]

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McGee's Swamp Tours Full review
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Really cool tour of the swamps! : We loved exploring the swamp on the canoe that was rented for about 2 hours. Our guide was knowledgeable and told us all the area history. This place is highly recommended for a little adventure with your friends and family. The tour we booked included the sunset tour as well we dinner. The swamp was really beautiful and we saw a few gators, birds and swamp life.

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Jack Daniel's Distillery Visitor Center Full review
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A great tour of the famous JD Distillery! : This distillery was one of our top places to visit in Tennessee. This well-designed facility has interesting displays and an opportunity to buy bourbon too. It was overall an informative tour and we got to take a lot of pictures too. There's a shop there if you would like to stock up too.
Jack Daniel's is a brand of Tennessee whiskey and the top selling American whiskey in the world. It… [..]

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Lake Fausse Pointe State Park Full review
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A fun and relaxing trail! : We loved the walking trails through the park. We camped at the park overnight and did some bird watching in the mornings too. If you enjoy fishing, there are docks to do so too. It's a great picnic spot for the whole family. An extremely calming and relaxing spot. We saw alligators and ducks along the trails too.
Lake Fausse Pointe State Park is located in Iberia Parish, Louisiana and St. Martin Parish, Louisia… [..]

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Madewood Plantation House Full review
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An unforgettable experience in an old mansion: This gorgeous B&B stay from the 19th Century was a sugar plantation years ago. This massive mansion was breathtaking and pure value for money for the service we received. We enjoyed our stay at the Madewood plantation, the mansion has been well maintained and restored to its old state. The house is about 172 years old and is worth the stay experience.
Madewood Plantation House, also known as Madewood, is a former sugarcane plantation house on Bayou … [..]

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Hunting Island State Park Full review
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A beautiful state park by the beach! : Hunting Island is a gorgeous park we didn't want to miss. Loved every experience here, especially fishing and our walk by the beach. There's an excellent campground for those who love to camp by the beach. We truly admired the wildlife, the little turtles and the scenery. I highly recommend a visit to this State Park.
Hunting Island is a 5,000-acre secluded semitropical barrier island located 15 miles east of Beau… [..]

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National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force Full review
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An incredible experience to learn more about the 8th air force: This modern museum exhibits real aircraft, images, and medals from the 8th airforce. The entry wasn't too expensive and was well worth the time spent. Apart from the historic exhibits, they also had stories of courage and patriotism displayed here. Overall a great experience and recommended!
The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is a non-profit 501 organization with a modern e… [..]

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King Street, commercial street Full review
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A great place to shop! : This charming street in Atlanta is every shopaholic's dream. The bustling street is filled with mega-malls and has many branded shops as well as local stores to pick up from. If you are visiting during the holiday season like us, the place was unusually packed with many good deals.

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The Charleston Museum Full review
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One of the oldest museum! : This is one of the oldest museums in the US and is one of the first museums here. Learn everything about the city, their history, the economy and about slavery from the past. There was some interesting display of guns and artillery too. If you are exploring the place, it's great to start from here.
The Charleston Museum is one of the oldest museums in the United States. Its highly regarded collec… [..]

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Joseph Manigault House Full review
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A beautiful historic mansion! : The Joseph Manigault House is a historic house museum that was built in 1800s. This is one of Charleston's most exquisite antebellum structures. We had a friendly and knowledgable guide who took us through the premises and explained everything. There are so many beautiful American furniture and artifacts on display here!
The Joseph Manigault House is a historic house museum at 350 Meeting Street in Charleston, South Ca… [..]

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Aiken-Rhett House Full review
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A historical mansion with exclusive rooms for slaves: Aiken-Rhett House is a unique historic mansion from the 1800s. The house was within the family for almost 142 years until it was sold to The Charleston Museum. This is a great place to see and explore for every history lover. The house is well preserved and highly recommended for a visit.
The Gov. William Aiken House, also known as the Aiken-Rhett House, or the Robinson-Aiken House, is … [..]

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Opelousas Museum of Art Full review
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Another great Museum in LA: Another amazing museum! We went on a self-guided tour in and around the museum, which we thoroughly enjoyed. The only issue was that we weren't allowed to click pictures during our visit. But, overall an informative tour of the museum with unusual stories from the past.

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Oak Alley Plantation Full review
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A stunning experience, enjoyed every bit of the plantation tour: This historic sugarcane plantation is located by the Mississippi River. We had a great time at Oak Alley and enjoyed every bit of the plantation tours. It was extremely informative and during our tour, we learned about the 200-year-old culture of the Creole south.
Oak Alley Plantation is a historic plantation located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, in… [..]

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Laura Plantation Full review
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An informative guided tour of the plantation : Located on the banks of river Mississippi, this restored historic Louisiana Creole plantation is an experience in itself. We enjoyed a guided tour of this well-preserved sugarcane plantation. Overall it was an education trip about the family history and the plantation, an incredible experience we enjoyed.
Laura Plantation is a restored historic Louisiana Creole plantation on the west bank of the Mississ… [..]

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The Cabildo, museum Full review
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A beautiful museum with interesting exhibits.: A New Orleans history museum which is worth visiting with some interesting artifacts on display. This was a bunch of elegant Spanish colonial building in the 1700s which was later changed to the museum. The museum is filled with historical information and was an extremely educative experience about the NOLA history, the War of 1812, and the history of the Jackson Square buildings
The Cabildo was the seat of Spanish colonial government in New Orleans, Louisiana, and is now a mus… [..]

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New Orleans Museum of Art Full review
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A great place for art lovers! : This museum of art is the oldest fine arts museum located in New Orleans. There are over 40,000 pieces of art by different global artists from different periods. We enjoyed our walk through City Park and the Sculpture Garden. A really beautiful place if you are an admirer of art. The galleries were quite extensive and host temporary exhibitions too.
The New Orleans Museum of Art is the oldest fine arts museum in the city of New Orleans. It is sit… [..]

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Louisiana Children's Museum Full review
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A great time with kids! : An interactive museum to spend a great day with your children. There were a lot of fun activities to do and there is a little museum too. If you are in New Orleans and have some time to spare, this is a great place of choice. There were interactive displays for kids, climbing walls, toddler area and much more.

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Bayou Segnette State Park Full review
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Short trails, campgrounds and much more!: Located on the bank of Mississippi River, this gorgeous park has camping spots for an overnight stay. The place was well maintained with public facilities. There are trails if you choose to go on a hike too. It features a great forest setting with trails, picnic areas, and camping spots. If you are in Louisiana, this is a great spot!
Bayou Segnette State Park is located in Westwego, Jefferson Parish, southwest of New Orleans, Louis… [..]

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The Presbytère Full review
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An opportunity to learn! : This state museum has an amazing display of Hurricane Katrina and Mardi Gras. The staff at the museum was really friendly and helpful. When you see the display, you'll find the amount of research that's gone into the pictures and video footage. A visit to the museum is also a great way to understand and learn about the history and culture of New Orleans.
The Presbytère is an architecturally important building in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louis… [..]

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St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 Full review
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We loved the tour and learning about some of the city's traditions: This is the most oldest and historic Cemetery in New Orleans which is the burial site of voodoo queen Marie Laveau. Take a walking tour with a guide and you'll learn about the city's old traditions and stories like we did. The tour was about $20 per person and took us about 1 hour to see the whole place.
Saint Louis Cemetery is the name of three Roman Catholic cemeteries in New Orleans, Louisiana. Most… [..]

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W. H. Tupper General Merchandise Museum Full review
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Overall a fascinating experience at the museum: Tupper General Merchandise Museum is a mix of the store that closed in the 1940's with their merchandise and the Louisiana Telephone Pioneer Museum. The first part of the museum displays everything the store had before its closure and the second part of the museum that we loved, showcases displays telephone equipment through history.

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Bayou Lafourche Full review
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Book in for the boat tour! : Boat tours of Bayou Lafourche during spring and fall seasons are quite famous if you are traveling to Louisiana. There are many communities, towns, and homes located along the banks of the river. You can also go swimming here. A tour of Bayou Lafourche with our tour guide gave us insight into the history, heritage, and heirlooms here.
Bayou Lafourche, originally called Chetimachas River or La Fourche des Chetimaches, , is a 106-mile… [..]

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Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum Full review
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A small museum with interesting displays: This small waterfront museum had some interesting exhibits and displays of industries. The experience wasn't stellar. They are occasionally closed to host parties and wedding events, so do check before you visit the place. Our little ones did enjoy the visit though, and they enjoyed learning about the historical and cultural association with seafood and water industries.

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Magnolia Plantation and Gardens Full review
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Simply scenic nature tours! : Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is another historic house with scenic and picturesque gardens. The gardens are so beautiful and scenic. We loved our stroll in the gardens where we took tons of pictures too. We highly recommend you to take a nature tour that is on the tram which passes by the Audubon Swamp and the salt marshes.
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a historic house with gardens located on the Ashley River at 35… [..]

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Chicot State Park Full review
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A huge park and a perfect picnic spot: This wildlife reserve is surrounded by a lake. Chicot State Park is perfect for fishing, boating, hiking, and camping. We started our morning by hiking up the trails here, followed by fishing and spotting the swamps, then by evening we found the spot to camp with cabins around. A great place to spend time with your family and friends.
Chicot State Park is located near Ville Platte, Louisiana. This wildlife reserve of South Central L… [..]

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Louisiana State Arboretum Full review
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An amazing hike and an informative state park: A state preserved area with beautiful trails and information on species, habitats and soils that were found here. We love hiking and the trails here were quite challenging as well as scenic. We took tons of pictures and enjoyed our hike the Louisiana State Arboretum. It is an interesting attraction in Louisiana and is a must visit.
The Louisiana State Arboretum 600 acres , is an arboretum located on Louisiana Highway 3042, approx… [..]

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Mississippi River Museum Full review
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A museum experience worth checking out! : This is not just any other museum, it is a combination and collaboration of several interesting exhibits. A part of it is an aquarium, and some of it is a museum and the rest is a science center. It was an educational experience for us and the kids. We took a tour of the old ships and explored the other interactive exhibits here.

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Stax Museum of American Soul Music Full review
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Another museum for music lovers! : Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a massive museum that houses everything that is related to American music. It includes interactive exhibits, videos, vintage musical instruments. It is a very beautiful museum and has pretty much everything you need to know about music and it's history. The entry fee is about $13 for adults.
The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a museum located in Memphis, Tennessee, at 926 East McLem… [..]

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Beale Street Full review
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All for an amazing nightlife! : This historic street is filled with music clubs and restaurants all around. Our idea of the best nightlife came live after our visit here. It was indeed an awesome experience and had a great vibe to the place. There's so much to see here, a lot of history, music, street performances, bright lights and great places to eat!
Beale Street is a street in Downtown Memphis, Tennessee, which runs from the Mississippi River to E… [..]

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A. Schwab's Full review
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Witness a full-sized soda fountain : Would you believe if I said this candy shop was open since the 1800s. It is a great place to visit and has a huge variety of candy, souvenirs & hoodoo items. This Old Fashioned General Store has a full-sized soda fountain which was one of our favourites here!
A. Schwab dry goods store is the only remaining original business on Beale Street in Memphis, Tenne… [..]

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Gibson Guitar store Full review
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Highly recommended for music lovers! : Gibson Guitar is the most sought-after musical instruments in the world. This store is a paradise for every music lover! If you are planning to buy guitars from the store, it is probably going to work out really expensive. The instruments in the store are some of the finest, well-crafted instruments.

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Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art Full review
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A hidden gem in town! : The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art is yet another museum located in Tennessee which has a private collection of unique art and artifacts in several rooms. There are intricately carved tusks, there's a Judaic section and there are interesting displays of jade and ivory products too. This is a museum worth checking out.
The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art is located at 119 South Main Street at the intersection of … [..]

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Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium Full review
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A learning experience! : Learn history, science, and technology all under one roof. This is a great museum for all ages. The museum had some interesting and unusual exhibits to showcase. From Tyrannosaurus to Civil War history, gain all the great historical information you need. A visit to this museum is highly recommended if you are in town.
The Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium in Memphis, Tennessee, serves as the Mid-South's major scien… [..]

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Cotton Museum Full review
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For museum lovers! : If you are a museum person like us while traveling, then this historic Cotton Museum is a great place to include in your travel itinerary. For only about $10, you get to learn more about Memphis and U.S. history, interesting display, enjoy interactive displays and so much more of cotton products.
The Cotton Museum, located in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S., is an historical and cultural museum that o… [..]

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Prairie Acadian Cultural Center Full review
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Cajun music, history and cooking lessons.: A perfect place to start your exploration of the Cajun Prairie. A great combination of music and food demonstrations, overall a unique experience we loved. There are interesting exhibits that showcase the history and culture of Louisiana's prairie through interactive sessions. Highly recommend visiting the cultural centre if you are in the area.

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African American Museum Full review
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Learn more about the African American History : We loved learning the history of the African American experience and their culture. The museum had some interesting exhibits that we loved learning more about and some of them were interactive too. We spent almost 2 hours on a quick tour of the museum. Overall the museum was a learning experience for us.

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Acadian Cultural Center Full review
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Truly a hidden gem of a place! : This cultural center had interesting exhibits about the history and culture of the Cajun people. We enjoyed going through the old buildings and admiring the displays in the house. We spent an hour here and learned a lot about the Cajun culture. Overall an informative and entertaining experience.

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Vermilionville Historic Village Full review
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Get a glimpse of early life in Lafayette : This is one of the key attractions in Lafayette, Louisiana. A historic village that showcases Cajun and Creole culture and early lifestyle. The structures here are well restored. It was indeed a pleasant surprise on how well the place has been maintained and how much it is there to learn about the local history and local artisans.
Vermilionville Historic Village is one of the world's largest Cajun and Creole living history museu… [..]

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East River Street, tourist center Full review

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Mercer-Williams House Museum Full review
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The Mercer House, now called the Mercer-Williams House Museum, is located at 429 Bull Street and st… [..]

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Forsyth Park Full review
Forsyth Park is a large city park that occupies 30 acres in the historic district of Savannah, Geo… [..]

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Monterey Square Full review

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Colonial Park Cemetery Full review

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Chippewa Square Full review

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Trolley Tours Full review
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Fun narrated tours of the landmarks: Vintage trolley tours are a must when in town. They stopped over at some of the prominent landmarks in town. The tour was fully narrated and comfortable. They also cover over 100 points of interest. If you are short on time and want to still see most of the must-see/ must visit places in town, this is a great option. Our tour started with a vintage trolley tour and we loved it!

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Savannah History Museum Full review
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Central of Georgia Depot and Trainshed is a former passenger depot and trainshed constructed in 186… [..]

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Ships Of The Sea Maritime Museum Full review
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William Scarbrough House is a historic house at 41 Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard in Savannah, … [..]

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Telfair Museums Full review
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Telfair Museums, in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia, was the first public art museum in … [..]

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Magnolia Mound Plantation House Full review
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Explore a French Creole house from the 18th century: The Magnolia Mound Plantation House is located near the Mississippi River. The architecture of this 18th-century building itself is something! It is, in fact, one of the oldest wooden buildings in Louisiana. The house and the buildings around were beautifully restored and the period furniture here was just vintage. A must-visit!
The Magnolia Mound Plantation House is a French Creole house constructed in 1791 near the Mississip… [..]

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USS Kidd Museum, museum ship Full review
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A great museum with fascinating history! : From naval history exhibits to ship models and memorials, we loved this museum. A veteran battleship-turned-museum was more of an adventure exploration for us. We loved the exhibits here, but our little ones admired it! They have an interesting display of models of other historic warships. The tour was spectacular and we enjoyed every bit of it! Perfect idea for a family day out!
USS Kidd , a Fletcher-class destroyer, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named aft… [..]

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Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum Full review
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A museum dedicated to civil war! : The Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum are one of the key attractions in town. Two floors of the building are filled with artifacts and photos of the Civil War. The staff was really knowledgeable and helpful too. There's a unique piece of art here too, which is a massive circular painting.
The Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum was a civil war museum located in Atlanta, Georgia, its … [..]

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Wheat Street Baptist Church Full review
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A great place of worship! : This is another historical site that was an important part of Dr. King's life. It is a great place of worship and played a great role in the Civil Rights Movement back in the days. If you are a fan of Dr. King's work, we suggest you pay a visit to the place and hear all the stories of his fight and leadership.
Wheat Street Baptist Church is located at 359 Auburn Ave. in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood of Atlan… [..]

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Piedmont Park Full review
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Scenic location in the centre of the city: This urban park houses Atlanta Botanical Gardens and hosts summer festivals. Its a beautiful space in the middle of the city. A great place to visit to enjoy a stroll and go biking. There are many trails here in the park and is a gorgeous place to explore! Highly recommended if you are in town!
Piedmont Park is an urban park in Atlanta, Georgia, located about 1 mile northeast of Downtown, be… [..]

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Georgia State Capitol Full review
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A historic landmark! : This is an architecturally and historically important building located in Atlanta, in fact, it is a prominent landmark you won't miss while exploring the town. This absolutely beautiful building is truly an architectural marvel! Our kids loved a little history lesson from here too. Well worth a visit if you are in town!
The Georgia State Capitol is an architecturally and historically significant building in Atlanta, G… [..]

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Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Full review
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Learn about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was once a co-pastor at this historic church. It is well preserved and was an interesting place to visit. This Baptist church has become a historic landmark. After the church visit, we also went to the King Centre. There were no charges to enter the church premises.

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CNN Studio Tours Full review
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Exciting experience for a CNN fan: This is the world headquarters of CNN. There were some tours that provided behind-the-scenes operation of the CNN TV news. It was a great chance for us to get up close to the global news in the making. It was an enjoyable and informative experience, all thanks to our tour guide.

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Zoo Atlanta Full review
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An interactive modern zoo! : This massive modern zoo houses over 1000's of animals including gorillas and pandas. From interactive maps to education programs, there's so much to do here. Our little ones' absolutely loved the place and we spent almost a day exploring the place. The price of admission was slightly expensive but there are so many activities to do here that the cost gets justified!
Zoo Atlanta is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums accredited zoological park in Atlanta, Georgia… [..]

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Longwood House Full review
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Longwood, also known as Nutt's Folly, is an historic antebellum octagonal mansion located at 140 Lo… [..]

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Creole Nature Trail Full review
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For those who love nature and outdoor adventures: The trail was amazing and the view was gorgeous, we loved the experience. We started early to capture some lovely pictures of the landscapes there. After that, we did some bird watching too. There were alligators and we could see them from the car. An outstanding experience for those who love nature, wildlife and a bit of hiking.

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Sam Houston Jones State Park Full review
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Hiking, picnic spot, camping and so much more! : This state park was one of our favorites in Louisiana. From birdwatching to hiking to camping, this state park has so much to do. Another great place for a family outing. The park is blessed with scenic trails, lakes and a nice disc golf course. A wonderful park to visit!
Sam Houston Jones State Park is a park near the city of Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, in southwes… [..]

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Shadows-on-the-Teche house Full review
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A historic house and garden!: This historic house and garden are one of the prominent National Historic Landmark. There are plantations, formal garden and tombs here too. It was a lovely tour and the guide was really informative. This elegantly designed house is in a beautiful setting with Teche River in the background. We loved our little house exploration tour and recommend a visit too!
Shadows-on-the-Teche is a 3,750 square feet historic house and garden located in New Iberia, Louis… [..]

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Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center Full review
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Learn more about the Cajun culture: If you want to learn more about the Cajun culture, this is the place to be. With an interesting display of exhibits, boat tours, and other programs, Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center was truly entertaining and educative! They did have a free walking tour which was informative because of the guide who came along. High recommended for a visit.

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Frist Center for the Visual Arts Full review
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A destination for art lovers! : From rotating visual exhibitions to educational programs, there's so much to see and experience here. Frist Art Museum is a great destination to explore for art lovers! It's not a massive museum but it is still a great place to admire all kinds of art for as little as $10.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is an art museum in Nashville, Tennessee, housed in the city's… [..]

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Tennessee State Museum Full review
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An educational tour to learn more about the history! : Nashville has no shortage of museums. We literally did a museum hopping tour while we were there. Tennessee State Museum is a large museum that displays the history of the U.S. state of Tennessee. This massive facility displays everything from Indian artifacts to Civil War relics. Highly recommended to visit!
Tennessee State Museum is a large museum in Nashville depicting the history of the U.S. state of Te… [..]

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Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum Full review
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A great experience for music lovers! : Tennessee seems like a place for music lovers. This museum is apparently the only one in the world that honors musicians who were a part of the greatest recordings of all time. Another ultimate music lovers destination to explore. There were so many interesting exhibits related to American music history here.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors all musicians regardless of genre or instrument. The … [..]

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