A podcast about great destinations. Join us on one epic road trip across America.
The Nashville Parthenon
This week, we are adding to our ever-growing list of episodes highlighting international landmark replicas that dot the American landscape with a road trip to the iconic Parthenon, located not in Athens...but in Nashville, Tennessee.
The world's most famous gunfight didn't happen where you think it did, and it only lasted for 30 seconds. But the spat between the lawmen Earps and Cowboy Clantons is one of the most enduring legends of America. And really, how long does a gunfight need to last? The town it happened in is one of the few places you can truly step back in time and be there, much as it was, at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26, 1881.
This week, one of the last boomtowns in the American Frontier, Tombstone, Arizona.
The Jell-O Gallery Museum
In upstate New York, one museum is dedicated to a boxed dessert that's been a part of America for nearly 125 years. America's Most Famous Dessert's success story is the result of marketing that would help shape the advertising industry throughout the 20th century. There's always room for Jell-O...
This week, The Jell-O Gallery Museum in LeRoy, New York.
Wild Blueberry Land
This week, a celebration of the Pine Tree State's 40,000 acres of Wild Blueberries at Wild Blueberry Land in Columbia Falls, Maine.
The London Bridge
Our journey today definitely spends some time in Europe, as much of America's story does. But it ends in the 1970s, in Lake Havasu, Arizona, where a piece of world history was salvaged for a tourist attraction like no other: The London Bridge
This week, we journey to the world's largest convenience store — Texas' famed Buc-ee's. A place filled with miles of treats and sodas and bathrooms so clean you'll hold it for an extra fifty miles just to use them. It's a chain that's become a legend.
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Each episode makes me wish I could hit the road yesterday! So much to see across America.
So fun and interesting!
This podcast is the next best thing to actually going to these locations. It feels like a history lesson from the teacher that we all wish we had in school. I have marked ones that we want to visit and I’ll get the kids to listen right before we go. So fun!
Another great episode
The See America podcast is always entertaining and informative, this episode has some of the best writing and narration.