Los Angeles has a number of hidden treasures and the Bradbury Building on South Broadway is one of them. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark, this building is a must stop during a visit to the LA area. From the outside it may not look like much but the treasure of this building is immediately visible when you walk through the doors.
112 Mercer Street, in Princeton NJ once housed one of the greatest minds the world as ever known, Albert Einstein spent his last days calling it home.
Nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont you will find the town of Waterbury. Among other highlights Waterbury is where culinary magic happens; The factory for Ben & Jerrys Homemade and The Cold Hollow Cider Mill both call Waterbury home. Additionally you will found locations for Cabot Cheese, Smugglers Notch Distillery, and Lake Champlain Chocolates can also be found within its boundaries. A whole day can be spent enjoying some of the finest food products produced in Vermont.
One of the greatest horror films of all times is the Exorcist, and on your next trip to the Washington DC area you can visit one of the locations that made the film great. Tucked away in the Georgetown Section of DC you can find and walk the steps from the movie!
Along Route 125 in Vermont you will discover the small town of Ripton. Here in Ripton you can truly connect with the works of Robert Frost. A wonderful interpretive trail will allow you to see the works of Frost in a new light, and a visit to his cabin in the woods provides you with a glimpse into the life of the man behind the words.