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Atlanta, Georgia

Fire Station No. 6

The first integrated firehouse in Atlanta houses a museum on the history of desegregation in the city's fire department.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

Spiller Field Magnolia Trees

This pair of centuries-old magnolia trees was once struck by a Babe Ruth home run.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

Breman Museum

The largest Jewish museum in the southeastern U.S. houses a permanent Holocaust exhibit emphasizing the strength of its survivors.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

The Plaza Theatre

This Art-Deco movie palace is the oldest independent cinema in Atlanta.
Atlanta, Georgia

Milledge Fountain

After being inoperative for over half a century, this elaborate fountain in Atlanta's oldest park was restored to its former glory.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

RONDO Distributing Co.

For the last eight decades, this curious shop has been ridding Atlanta of bad juju.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

For Keeps Bookstore

Rare and classic books by Black authors are the focus at this independent bookstore in a historic Atlanta neighborhood.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

Starlight Drive-In Theatre

Georgia’s last drive-in movie theater is a relic of a bygone era.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

The Consulate

No passport is required to eat around the world at this elegant restaurant.
Sponsored by Discover Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta's One-Person Jail Cell

Unruly residents were housed in this one-person cell until the Black Maria arrived.
Kettle Falls, Washington

The Old Apple Warehouse

An early 20th-century fruit warehouse home of an artistic and cultural renaissance in northeastern Washington.
Mold, Washington

Banks Lake

Every drop of water in this 27-mile long reservoir was pumped up from the Columbia River using power from Grand Coulee Dam.
Coulee City, Washington

Summer Falls

This large artificial waterfall in Washington state was merely an incidental byproduct of a technological megaproject.
Ritzville, Washington

Lasting Legacy Wildlife Museum

A diorama lover's dream world.
Portland, Oregon

Portland's Windows of Wonders

Hundreds of handmade critters fill this tiny window gallery in the heart of Portland's Alberta Arts District.
Portland, Oregon

Kelly Butte Civil Defense Center

Portland had a unique approach to Cold War-era protections.
Portland, Oregon

Morrison Street Minigallery

A tiny art gallery in Sunnyside helps keep Portland weird.
Portland, Oregon

Cargo

A world of craftwork elegantly curated in a historic brick warehouse.
Portland, Oregon

Woodstock Mystery Hole

Beyond being incredibly fun, not much can be said about the Hole with certitude.
Portland, Oregon

Hollywood Theater

At this airport "microcinema," you can catch a film before you catch a flight.
Portland, Oregon

Albina Soul Walk

A mile-long audio-guided walking tour preserves an iconic era of Portland soul music.
Portland, Oregon

Native American Art Center

One of the most comprehensive collections of historic Native American culture in the country reframes artifacts as artwork.
Portland, Oregon

Willamette Stone Heritage Park

Hidden in Portland’s West Hills, a 170-year-old marker literally stakes out the Pacific Northwest.
Portland, Oregon

Lincoln Street Kayak & Canoe Museum

Stop by to view a fleet of handmade kayaks, all modeled on traditional Arctic hunting vessels.