Area Attractions: Museums, Art, Culture and More

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Bartow History Museum

    The Bartow History Museum in Cartersville was just one of the stops on this year's Spring Ramble. It was originally built as a courthouse, but failed because all too often court proceedings had to be…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Etowah Indian Mounds

    A stop on this year's Ramble, the Etowah Mounds in Cartersville are the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeast. Only 9% has been excavated. The earliest evidence of human occupation…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Private Home

    This historic home in Cartersville was part of the home tour. On the property is an observatory that holds what was once the second largest telescope in the South.    See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Euharlee

    Virtually untouched since the 1800s, the town of Euharlee in northwest Georgia was a stop on this year's ramble. Pictured here is one of the oldest covered bridges in the state.    See the Image

  •  Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Courthouse

    The 1903 Bartow County Courthouse was a stop on this year's Spring Ramble. The building is the second of three courthouses built in Cartersville since the Civil War. Its site was an encampment area…   See the Image

  • Belmont Mansion in Nashville, Tenn.

    Listen to live music at the Bluebird Café. This one’s a no-brainer: The itty bitty Bluebird Café – located just down the road from HGTV Smart Home 2014 in Green Hills – is where…   Read the Blog

  • American Museum of Natural History Photos: Exterior, 1880

    If you needed another reason to call the American Museum of Natural History one of the best museums in the city, here's a good one: It just published thousands of digital photos that formerly…   Read the Blog

  • American Museum of Natural History Photos: Exterior, 1878

    The museum recently published thousands of never-before-seen photos from its vault, dating back to the 1800s.   See the Gallery

  • American Museum of Natural History Photos: The Blue Whale

    Museum staff constructs the Hall of Ocean Life's blue whale in 1968. The American Museum of Natural History recently unlocked thousands of images from its vault, offering glimpses into the…   See the Image

  • American Museum of Natural History Photos: Tuberculosis Exhibition

    A crowd lines up to see the International Tuberculosis Exhibition on Dec. 6, 1908. The American Museum of Natural History recently unlocked thousands of images from its vault, offering glimpses…   See the Image