Manassas National Battlefield Park This 5,000-acre park in Virginia is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in the history of the U.S. Civil War. It was the scene of two of the war's major battles, including the first one on July 21, 1861. There are two visitors centers – one for each battle, with light-up topography maps and audio that reveal how the conflicts developed. new centre for alamo Davy Crockett met his fate at The Battle of the Alamo in 1836, when Mexican troops overran the fort during the Texas War for Independence. In early March 2023 a new museum, the Alamo Collections Center, will open to tell the Alamo’s story. It will include a priceless collection of Alamo and Texana artifacts donated by Genesis frontman, Phil Collins. Pilgrims’ Progress In 1620 the Pilgrim Fathers settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts, after sailing from England. See the town's famous 'rock' and visit the complex of Plimoth Patuxet Museums which bring to life the history of Plymouth Colony and the indigenous homeland. september 11 memorial The World Trade Center was a complex of seven buildings in Manhattan, New York, destroyed by terrorist attacks on September 11 2001. Today, visitors can see the site where the attacks took place, with the World Trade Centre Memorial and Museum on the site where the Twin Towers once stood. Independence National Historical Park in downtown Philadelphia, preserves sites key to America’s birth. Independence Hall was where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were both signed. America's most famous bell can be viewed at The Liberty Bell Center. The Martin Luther King Jr National Site in Atlanta, Georgia is dedicated to commemorating the life of the leader of the African-American civil rights movement and chronicling his campaign for racial equality. Visit Dr and Mr’s King’s crypt at the King Centre, view his birthplace and see exhibitions. Hey, hey, the blues is more than all right here in Mississippi. Just a stone’s throw from the legendary crossroads, you can catch performances from living legends and young sensations. And you can get deep down into the roots of American music at the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center, the Delta Blues Museum, and GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi. Find your rhythm at VisitMississippi.org/Blues. Bobby Rush | Hal & Mal’s | Jackson, Mississippi The blues. It’s still red-hot in Mississippi.