Area Attractions: Museums, Art, Culture and More

  • National Hotel

    Published 01/21/14 in Places

    Not only does the National Hotel evoke that art deco style on the outside, on the inside you’ll find reproductions of the original furniture from the 1940s in the renovated lobby.   See the Image

  • Delano South Beach

    Published 01/21/14 in Places

    The Delano is one of Miami Beach’s hottest places to see and be scene. It was Miami Beach’s tallest building when it was built in 1947. Designer Philippe Starck led the renovations in 1994. Then in…   See the Image

  • Sagamore Hotel

    Published 01/21/14 in Places

    Also known as The Art Hotel, the Sagamore is known for the impressive collection of contemporary art collection.   See the Image

  • The Raleigh Hotel

    Published 01/21/14 in Places

    A South Beach icon since 1941, The Raleigh is known as the “grand dame” of art deco style. In 1947, Life Magazine named the hotel’s curvy pool “the most beautiful pool in America.” The famous…   See the Image

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., August 28, 1963

    All across the country, people gathered to celebrate the life of fallen civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. In Atlanta, the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church was packed by 9 a.m. with King’s…   Read the Article

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Atlanta Memorial

    The tomb of MLK, Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott King is located outside the King Center in Atlanta.    See the Image

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Ebenezer Baptist Church

    MLK, Jr. attended the Ebenezer Baptist Church as a child. The church was founded in 1886 during the Reconstruction Era.    See the Image

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Childhood Home

    Located in the historic Sweet Auburn district in Atlanta, the childhood home of MLK, Jr. is open year round for tours.    See the Image

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Historic Site

    This is the exterior signage outside the Martin Luther King, Jr. National historic site.    See the Image

  • Ghost Hunters: Vintage Spirits

    Published 01/16/14 in Houses

    Located in Liberty, Mo., what's now known as the Belvoir Winery has been haunted since the 1950s. Originally built as an orphanage, the current owner says the ghosts roaming the halls are probably…   See the Image