For nearly 40 years, the red brick buildings of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg sat quietly on a ridge overlooking the small town of Gettysburg. Surrounded by farmland, the peaceful setting must have be a perfect retreat for those studying to become Lutheran ministers….
From the outside, the building in front of me didn’t look much different than many of the other buildings in downtown Philadelphia. Built in 1905, its dark brick exterior and marbled columns gave little indication of the chilling mysteries within. Walking through the museum’s mammoth…READ MORE
If you’ve read my writing for a while, you’ll know that I’m a bit obsessed with trains. For me, they are the perfect form of transportation. Give me the choice between a 2-hour flight and a 2-day train ride, and I’d choose the train every…READ MORE
Sadly, the National Christmas Center will be closing for good on January 7, 2018. Make sure to stop by for a visit before their shut their doors forever. Without a doubt, Christmas is my favorite holiday of the year. There really is nothing about it…READ MORE
As America’s first Renaissance Man, Benjamin Franklin’s contributions to America can’t be understated. Spanning politics, infrastructure, and science, Franklin was America’s first Renaissance Man, and one of the most important founders of the country. Today, there are several different places around the city of Philadelphia…READ MORE
This is a guest post brought to you by Lance from TravelAddicts.net. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is home to dozens of world-class museums. The Philadelphia Art Museum rivals any other art museum in the country – and the museum’s iconic steps were featured in the Rocky films….READ MORE