By VIshal Vivek
Designed by the renowned Mobile, Alabama architect George B. Rogers, this 65-acre garden is a vibrant oasis teeming with colorful blooms and delicious crops.
Once home to Walter Bellingrath, a successful Coca Cola bottling franchise owner, and his wife Bessie until the 1950s, their magnificent 10,000-square-foot mansion can still be explored today.
Creek Street, once known as a red light district, has transformed into a picturesque boardwalk adorned with charming tourist attractions.
On this enchanting and historic pathway, visitors have the opportunity to spot various wildlife including otters, eagles, and vibrant schools of salmon.
This natural wonder is managed by the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department, and its stunning beauty can be attributed to the powerful rush of floodwaters.
If you decide to visit this remarkable place, remember to bring your best camera as the interplay of sunlight with the canyon walls creates an array of vibrant colors.
one can find California's biggest sequoia, affectionately named General Sherman, within Sequoia National Park.
Colorado's Mesa Verde National Park is not only stunningly beautiful, but it also offers a remarkable opportunity to journey back in time.
With its 5,000 archaeological sites and 600 cliff dwellings, Mesa Verde provides an up-close exploration of the Ancestral Pueblo community that thrived there for 700 years
Mystic, Connecticut, is a charming and picturesque seaside village that exudes character.
With its abundance of beautiful restaurants, galleries, shops, and homes like the one depicted here, visitors are captivated by its charm.
Once the site of E. I. du Pont's gunpowder works, this captivating educational center in Wilmington, Delaware now stands as a remarkable institution.
Affiliated with the Smithsonian, the Hagley Museum and Library is dedicated to advancing the study of business and technology.
Additionally, this esteemed establishment boasts ownership of 235 acres of picturesque land along Delaware's Brandywine Creek.