New Jersey is steeped in history and each area of the state has its own story to tell. Through living history museums and historic villages, those stories can be brought alive to engage everyone in the family.1. The Historic Village of Allaire
Washington State and Oregon don't have as many hundreds of years of American history that more eastern states have, but they still has plenty of places to visit and learn! Here are some favorites of Trekaroo families!1. Fort Clatsop National Memorial
The spectacular panoramic view from the top of Pikes Peak inspired Katharine Lee Bates to pen the lyrics to one of America's most loved anthems, "America the Beautiful." This list includes locations that will hopefully inspire your family to appreciate the beauty and history of America as it is found in Colorado!
Take a trip to the top of the easternmost 14,000+ mountain or explore one of the most boisterous Western towns, or create your own history on your family's search for inspiring and living American history in Colorado!
The Best Places to see "America" in Northern California ---historical landmarks, museums and living history to visit with your kids1. Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
New England is ripe with great spots to check out the history of our early American settlers and their descendents. Check out these spots to increase your families awareness and appreciation of our great history!1. Strawberry Banke