Video of the Week brought to you by: Natchez Trace
The Natchez Trace National Scenic Byway weaves it’s way 444 miles through the beautiful terrain of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee, speaking America’s history. Unwind on a unique journey from Natchez to Nashville.
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Video of the Week brought to you by: Visit Pocatello, the Greater Pocatello Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
Besides the Museum of Clean, Pocatello, Idaho has easy access to the outdoors all year! For fun indoor or outdoor events, you’ll want to plan a visit to Pocatello! Amazing outdoor recreation, scenic beauty, and a rich history grace the area. Challenging rock-climbing, world-class mountain bike trails, traditional and disc golf courses and an active Greenway are some of the outdoor offerings located right in Pocatello.
Learn to squeegee at the world’s only Museum of Clean; stand in awe of saber tooth cats and giant prehistoric bison at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, or see Native American and pioneer history come alive at the life-size Fort Hall Replica and Bannock County Historical Museum. Float the lazy river at the aquatic center; enjoy strolling through the historic architecture in Old Town Pocatello; or see Grizzlies, Cougars, Bison and the other native species of Yellowstone up-close at Zoo Idaho.
Pocatello is adjacent to the Fort Hall Indian Reservation where learning about Native American culture at the Sho-Ban Museum is interesting for all ages. Gaming is a popular form of entertainment at the Shone-Bannock Casino Hotel. The dramatic Shoshone Bannock Indian Festival draws thousands of dancers from throughout North America during the 2nd weekend in August and spectators are encouraged to attend.
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The Video of the Week is brought to you by: Thoroughbred Country, South Carolina
Be inspired for your next getaway. From exploring local art galleries and specialty shops to tailgating at the race track, Thoroughbred Country offers something new and exciting for everyone in the family. Plan your getaway with trip ideas at tbredcountry.org
The Photo of the Week is brought to you by, Springfield, Illinois Convention & Visitors Bureau Visit Website
Instagram moment? For sure! Two State Capitol domes in view! Visit Springfield, Illinois–We’re More Than 1 Day. Learn more and plan your trip at: visitspringfieldillinois.com
Video of the Week brought to you by: Kearney Visitors Bureau
Located in the heart of Nebraska, Kearney’s central location and proximity to I-80 has made it a destination for travelers, family reunions and many events and conventions. Rich in history and culture, Kearney is home to several museums and attractions. In Kearney you will find unique shopping and dining experiences, local breweries and tap-houses and a thriving downtown. Visit Website
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Photo of the Week brought to you by: Virginia State Parks
Once owned by President Thomas Jefferson, the 215-foot tall Natural Bridge is a limestone gorge carved by Cedar Creek. Natural Bridge State Park is much more than the natural wonder. Beautiful forests, open, rolling meadows, and vistas of surrounding mountains and the James River valley display nature’s splendor. Access these via 6 miles of hiking trails, including the accessible Cedar Creek Trail that leads from the bridge to the Monacan Indian Village and Lace Falls with its 30-foot cascade. Living history programs connect you to the past and explain how people once used the area’s resources for survival and inspiration. Start at the visitor center where you will find exhibits and a gift shop. Find more information and plan your visit: http://www.amroad.net/VAStateParksPOTW
Video of the Week brought to you by: Thoroughbred Country, South Carolina
Experience four beautiful counties in South Carolina–visit Thoroughbred Country, a place of natural beauty, where yesterday is preserved for today. Explore American history and a shopper’s paradise. Paddle the Edisto River and stroll along the paths of an elegant garden. Savor genuine southern cuisine and rest in a cozy historic inn or bed & breakfast. We’re Way More Than Horses! Plan your vacation: Learn more
The world’s largest known classic car junkyard covers 34 acres with six miles of walking trails through more than 4,000 cars on display in all their rusted glory. Additional oddities include the owner’s extensive Styrofoam cup folk art collection and Elvis Presley’s last automobile.
Old Car City USA is open Wednesday-Saturday 9 AM-4 PM. Admission is charged. This must-see attraction is located near Cartersville at 3098 Highway 411 NE, White GA 30184. Call 770-382-6141. Visit Website
The Photo of the Week is brought to you by: Bowling Green Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Did you know the first product in the Duncan Hines line was ice cream?
Explore the legacy of the guidebook writer turned KY foodie!
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