Roswell, New Mexico, is the fifth-largest city in New Mexico. An otherwise unassuming city, originally home to farmers and ranchers and industrial workers, Roswell came to be part of the country’s general consciousness when, in 1947, an air force surveillance balloon crashed at a ranch and prompted witnesses to believe an UFO had touched down and was subsequently covered up. An event now known as the Roswell Incident. Whether or not you believe this long-held conspiracy theory, Roswell is definitely worth a visit (but especially if you have a thing for aliens).
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If your travels lead you to the Volunteer State, be sure to set aside some time to explore beautiful Chattanooga. Set along the Tennessee River in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the city features sweeping views and myriad family-friendly attractions.
Did you know the name “Chattanooga” comes from the Creek Indian word for “rock coming to a point”? As you plan your trip to this scenic city, we invite you to make it a point to visit DTN’s favorite Chattanooga attractions.
Kansas City, Missouri, located right smack in the middle of the country is known as the “City of Fountains,” due to its abundance of outdoor water features. The beauty of Kansas City is that it’s a perfect combination of modern and traditional, big city and prairie. There is the best of both worlds in Kansas City. There’s more culture in Kansas City then most expect, from jazz music to their professional sports teams, to the zoo! Next time you head to Kansas City, be sure to check out some the best places to eat, games to go see and places to explore.
Birmingham, Alabama is one of the hippest cities in the South. Home to a number of local colleges and universities, a vibrant nightlife, and great shopping it’s the perfect place to have a little fun and get away from it all.
For those interested in history, Birmingham is home to a number of important sites and museums dedicated to the civil rights movement as well.
There is truly something for everyone in this little Southern gem known as the “Magic City”. So let’s take a look at what you can find on your next trip to Birmingham.
Savannah, Georgia is known as the “Hostess City of the South.” It’s easy to see why. The city exudes an easy charm, delicious food, and a beautiful unique architecture not typically seen throughout much of the rest of the United States.
The second-largest city in the state, Colorado Springs has a little bit of everything: outdoor activities, arts and culture, and a strong military presence thanks to the nearby Air Force Base. You could spend weeks here and not run out of things to do, but here’s a selection of some of the top picks.
Detroit is a dynamic city with a rich history. In recent years, the city has even experienced quite a bit of resurgence. If it’s you’re first time to Detroit, you are in for a treat! With so much to do and see in the Motor City, our team at DriveTheNation.com has compiled a “Quick Guide to Detroit” to help get you started with your itinerary planning.
Way down in the heart of the Louisiana is the well-known southern city of Baton Rouge. Also known as Louisiana’s fastest growing and capital city, Baton Rouge is rich with culture and plenty of things to do for both locals and visitors. Whether you’re a foodie on the hunt for good southern cooking, or you’re an avid LSU Tigers fan, Baton Rouge is a town where everyone can find something they will fall in love with. Take a look at some great things to do while in town.