Monthly Archives: September 2018

Historic Annapolis Tours

Historic Annapolis Tours Annapolis is a city chock-full of incredible historic gems, the city itself home to the U.S Naval Academy and located just about 50 minutes east of Washington D.C. Watermark Tours is the leading historic tour company in Annapolis, and their guided historic tours will teach you about centuries of exciting local history.…
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Negro Southern League Museum

Negro Southern League Museum The mission of the Negro Southern League Museum is to present the history of African-American baseball in an unsurpassed manner by maintaining a world-class facility that recognizes the League’s impact on Birmingham, Alabama and the world of professional baseball. Welcome to the Negro Southern League Museum, the Birmingham history museum dedicated…
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Red Mountain Park

Red Mountain Park Red Mountain Park is the site of one of the most ambitious and historically significant new park projects in America. Welcome to Red Mountain Park, the highly popular 1500 acre green space that holds trails, historic mines, zip lines, educational adventures, and so much more. Here at Red Mountain Park, your group will…
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Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

Alabama Sports Hall of Fame This 33,000 square foot, 3-floor museum will teach your group all about the most talented athletes in Alabama's history. Over 5,000 objects can be found inside, from Heisman Trophies from Pat Sullivan and Bo Jackson to the University of Alabama's coach's famous hat! Sports equipment, championship rings, and personal biographies…
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Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum In 2014 the Guinness World Record officially dubbed this the 'world's largest motorcycle collection', with over 1400 motorcycles total representing over 100 years of production and over 200 different manufacturers. It's no wonder the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum sees over 250,000 visitors per year. This 'unparalleled museum experience' was started by…
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Eddie Kendricks Memorial Park

Eddie Kendricks Memorial Park Welcome to the Eddie Kendricks Memorial Park, the historic pop culture hotspot located at the corner of 18th Street and 4th Avenue. This memorial garden is dedicated to none other than Eddie Kendricks, famous singer from the Temptations. The main attraction here is the bronze sculpture of Eddie, created by local…
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Kelly Ingram Park

Kelly Ingram Park [caption id="attachment_27997" align="alignright" width="425"] Kelly Ingram Park Birmingham Alabama[/caption] "A Place of Revolution and Reconciliation" Birmingham's Kelly Ingram Park is the highly visited public space that was once considered to be the 'epicenter of the nation's Civil Right's Movement', a 4-acre park sitting in the heart of the Civil Rights District. Within this…
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One World Observatory

One World Observatory Completed in 2013, the One World Trade Center is the main building of the rebuilt World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. It is officially considered to be the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, as well as the sixth-tallest in the entire world! The One World Observatory is located on levels 100,…
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Ghost Tour of Tampa

Ghost Tour of Tampa True Ghost Stories, Real Haunted Houses, and Where They Buried the Bodies! Get ready for a night full of excitement as you and your group take a candlelight walking tour of Tampa Bay and learn all about its spooky history! Your guide will take you through several different points of interest and…
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Glazer Children’s Museum

Glazer Children's Museum Tampa's interactive, learning laboratory where children play, discover, and connect to the world around them... Welcome to the Glazer Children's Museum, the top spot for educational adventure in Tampa! This 'interactive learning lab' allows kids to play with a purpose, with so many different exhibits around to engage their minds! Your kids can…
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