Top Historical Cities in the U.S.

Washington, D.C.

Home of the National Museum of American History, the capital easily tops the list.  You can book a White House tour if you plan ahead or tour the recently renovated White House Visitor Center, both for free.


Here you’ll want to visit the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall along with the revamped Benjamin Franklin Museum, the National Constitution Center and the President’s House, recreated to look like the home of Washington and Adams.


Home of Fort Sumter and the start of the Civil War, feels like a time capsule, with cobblestone streets and horse drawn carriages. Visit the McLeod Plantation Historic Site, that teaches about the lives of the slaves who worked here and the restaurant McCrady’s, a Georgian mansion where George Washington dined.


Where the patriots dumped tea in the harbor in 1773, there are many historical sites to see, including Faneuil Hall, the Bunker Hill Monument, the JFK Presidential Library and the new Edward M. Kennedy Institute of the Senate. You can also visit the Green Dragon Tavern, where Paul Revere and John Hancock were regulars, for food and drinks.

New Orleans

Home to the iconic St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest operating cathedral in U.S. as well as some of the oldest bars in the country, like Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar and the rotating Carousel Bar at Hotel Monteleone, which hosts many historical figures such as  Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, and Eudora Welty.

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