Take a journey a mere hour away to treat your ears, eyes and taste buds.
You know enough to distinguish between a ship and a boat, so why not celebrate your studies with an on-hands exhibit?
Enjoy spring by taking a road trip down on any of these scenic byways.
Every second and third weekend in March, thousands follow their sweet teeth to Highland County, where climate and elevation converge to create ideal conditions for maple syrup-making.
In Berkeley Springs, a town built on a bubbling Blue Ridge Mountain spring, powerful waters are harnessed for health. Endorsed by George Washington, locals and visitors alike have been bathing in or drinking the mineral-rich water to sooth ailments—from arthritis and muscle pain to stomachaches and stress—since Colonial times.
Those crunches and planks are finally starting to pay off. The mileage on that treadmill is nearing the triple digits. It’s about time you rewarded your resolution commitment with a crispy, crunchy break.
Unwind at one of these homes away from home.
While the snow is falling outside, the temperature inside these three water parks remains a sweltering 85 degrees.
If you are heading to the hills for the first time, read on to find out some of the best slopes to hit within a three-four hour drive.
Long before the Pilgrims held the first Thanksgiving feast at Plymouth Rock in 1623, Captain John Woodlief declared that November 30 would be known as Thanksgiving when he landed at Berkeley Hundred in 1619.