• Fall Vacations
    See Edgar Allan Poe’s America This Poe-tober

    October is a beloved time for haunted sights and ghostly attractions, and the month is also perfect for exploring the historical sights and favorite stops of Edgar Allan Poe. Poe, whose poetry weaved together mystery and macabre, died Oct. 7, 1849, but he left behind a legacy that lives on. During the month of October—or […]

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    7 Trips That Are Better (and Cheaper) In the Fall

    This story originally appeared on Money.com. In economics, you learn that the more people want something, the more expensive that thing becomes. Unfortunately for travelers, the law of supply and demand applies to vacations, too. That means traveling to a popular tourist destination like New York makes an expensive cosmopolitan citymore expensive. The same goes […]

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    The Best Things to do in September Across the U.S.

    Cure your end of summer blues with some fantastic fall festivals. Witness the Ultimate Rib Cook-off in Nevada Serving up over 240,000 pounds of succulent barbecued ribs for hungry event-goers, the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off is a week-long feast where grills go wild. The world’s greatest rib chefs descend upon Sparks, Nevada […]

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    You Only Have Three More Weekends to Enjoy Fall Foliage in Amtrak’s Glass Dome Cars

    Each year for six weeks, passengers riding on Amtrak’s Adirondack route between Albany and Montreal have the opportunity for some premiere leaf peeping in the Northeast. The Great Dome car returns to this route every fall, providing travelers with incredible views of some of the Northeast’s best autumn landscape. If you haven’t been, seriously consider […]

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    Where to Go Pumpkin Picking in Long Island

    Whether you want to bake a pumpkin pie, carve a jack-o-lantern, arrange a killer gourd-themed décor scheme, or just spend the day outside on a beautiful farm, Travel + Leisure has got the lowdown on the best Long Island pumpkin patches. Benner’s Farm, East Setauket This working family farm hosts a one-day Harvest Festival with […]

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    For the First Time This Halloween, Brave Souls Can Stay in the Haunted Houses of Colonial Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg is amping up the fright factor by allowing visitors stay in their Haunted Colonial Houses for the first time. While many of the district’s Colonial Houses have always been open for accommodations, this is the first year they’re theming stays for Halloween, and, exposing the haunted history of each house. These historic houses […]

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    The Perfect Fall Weekend: Coastal Connecticut, No Car Required

    This year, the Shoreline East, Connecticut’s under-the-radar local railway whose cheery conductors know regulars by name, celebrates 25 years chugging along the 45 miles between New Haven and New London. Though designed for commuters, the train passes through picturesque marshlands, dense forests, and historic waterfront villages combining New England charm, old world flavors, and stylish […]

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    11 Reasons To Visit L.A. This Fall

    With mild weather year-round and sunny vibes, there’s never really a bad time to travel to L.A. But there are plenty more reasons to escape to the West Coast this fall—outside of maintaining that tan you’ve worked on all summer. Here’s what’s happening now: Art Not to Miss Following much anticipation, the Broad Museum finally […]