This city has history from both the 18th and 19th centuries. The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon is the strangest museum in America.
Monuments fill D.C. The Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials are well-known landmarks, while the World War II Memorial was built more recently.
History fans love the Lightner Museum and Flagler College, which were the first buildings in the U.S. to have electricity in more than one floor of concrete.
Macon's music history is well-known. Families and museums honour musicians who got their start in the city, such as Otis Redding, Little Richard, and the Allman Brothers.
Start with the Freedom Trail, which is a self-guided tour of 16 important historical sites. Then, to learn more, you can go to one of the 58 museums.
In the Finger Lakes area, Seneca Falls is a must-see for history buffs, especially those interested in how the women's rights movement began in 1848 at the Wesleyan Chapel.
The Alamo and the San Antonio Missions National Heritage Site are both in the city. These are four missions from the 18th century.
The Salem Witch Trials and early American history have a lot to offer. We now know that there were no real witches or pagans involved in the Salem Witch Trials.
You can talk to small traders or famous people like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Patrick Henry, eat at taverns, and even take part in court hearings.