Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

The Best Historic Vacation Destinations

If you’re a history buff, you’ll love to visit some of the living historic cities we have in the United States. From the original 13 colonies in the East to Native American and Spanish culture in the West, out country’s history began well before the Mayflower. Here are some of the best historic vacation destinations in […]

Visiting The Chautauqua Institute In New York

One of the most beautiful and historic places to visit in the entire state of New York is the Chautauqua Institute, seated in western New York. Chautauqua Institute was founded in 1874 and is a summer destination for people from all over the country, and for good reason. Whether you just happen to find yourself in […]

Cultural Attractions in Murphys, CA

Looking for the perfect destination to have fun and truly experience an enriching culture? Murphys, California, also known as the Queen of the Sierra, is the getaway you can’t miss.

Explore The Manzanita, OR Art Scene

Manzanita, Oregon is a unique artistic hub located right on the stunning Pacific Coast. With a lively arts community, the town is home to a large community arts center (Hoffman Center for the Arts) and numerous fine art galleries. Whether you’re an artist or an art lover, you will find yourself at home in Manzanita. […]

How To Experience Spanish Culture In Santa Fe, NM

A large number of Santa Fe residents are of Spanish origin, continue to stay very proud of their heritage, and celebrate their culture at every possible opportunity. Santa Fe is not only the oldest capital city in our nation but is also more than 400 years old. It was settled by Spanish explorers and later […]

Art Galleries to Visit in Saugatuck, MI

West Michigan is full of small towns, like Saugatuck, that have their own quirks. Saugatuck is known for its art scene and restaurants. This little lakeshore town has a lot of charm. If you’re planning a vacation to a Lake Michigan town, stop by Saugatuck for an art gallery tour. Here are some of the can’t […]