I’m back in Plano, Texas after a busy three weeks away. Most of the time was spent on some hard work at my mother-in-law’s house in Binghamton, New York. Before we arrived in New York, we stayed several days at National Harbor, Maryland. We spent two days in Washington, DC visiting museums.
What an amazing place that provides a chronicle of the ongoing struggle of African Americans in America. The museum is both educational and sobering.
Don’t be afraid of long lines and difficulty obtaining tickets. You can order on-line for daily tickets. Please try the variety of foods available at the museum cafe.
A must visit for Civil War historians. I guarantee you will learn new things about how African Americans helped win their freedom and preserve the Union.
The African American Civil War monument is across the street from the museum.
This is a fascinating museum devoted to the many Native American tribes. try the variety of foods available at the museum cafe. The museum explores some of the popular myths about famous American Indian people and events.
We were very impressed by the Inca Road exhibit and the ability to create a 25,000 mile road linking the west coast of South America.
The American Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, PA presents a year-by-year overview of the Civil War. This is a good place to begin your own exploration of the American Civil War. The exhibits illustrate the arms, equipment, and uniforms of the Union and Confederate forces. Briefly explore this museum before visiting Gettysburg National Military Park.
Perhaps we will see you on the road as we continue our Civil War Journeys.