Nearly everyone was affected by the 9/11 attack upon America, and seeing the tribute to the victims, their families and the survivors is a humbling and beautiful experience. While it is not easy to see the victim's names inscribed on bronze panels edging the pool of the memorial, it is a way to honor and remember the victims of 9/11 and the 1993 WTC bombing.
Located in Pearl Harbor and commemorating December 7th, 1941 the USS Arizona Memorial memorializes the final resting place of over 1,100 soldiers killed in the surprise Japanese attack on America. The Memorial straddles the sunken hull of the USS Arizona and is accessible only by boat.
At the Lewis and Clark National Historical park, you can visit the Fort Clatsop replica and virtually travel the same journey taken more than 200 years ago by members of the Corps of Discovery at the Lewis and Clark Interpretative Center.
Experience the bravery and hard-fought battle fought at Fort Sumter marking the beginning of the Civil War. While the battle lasted for a grueling 34 hours, the first-hand history and perspective you gain from your visit will last a lifetime.
The Henry Ford museum holds one of the largest displays of everyday genius ever to be exhibited. Whether you visit one of the permanent exhibits or one of the must see visiting exhibits, you will not be disappointed by all that the Henry Ford has to offer.
The 4th July does, of course, bring with it massive celebrations across the United States. While individuals, couples and families all have their own way of celebrating Independence Day one thing that most people are always keen to see is one of the many...