Author: Travel Bugged

Pennsylvania

Discover “The World’s Greatest Indoor Miniature Village” Showcasing 200 Years of American History

Pennsylvania, one of the original 13 colonies of the United States, is known for many things, from its forests, the largest Amish population in the country, to its major cities and as the chocolate capital of the world.  Did you know however that here in a small town is where you can find the world’s greatest experience and interactive panorama […]

Tennessee

Plan Your Visit To The Tallest Underground Waterfall in the United States

The series of underground cascading waterfalls totaling 145-foot in Lookout Mountain located near Chattanooga, Tennessee known as Ruby Falls is estimated to be 30 million years old and is the tallest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States. For millions of years caves have been inhabited, explored and documented and played huge role in the life of […]

Dream Lake, Luray Caverns
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What You Need to Know Before Visiting The Biggest Cave Complex in the Eastern United States

  Of the 4000 caves in Virginia, Luray caverns is the most known and most visited one in the state. According to a study done in 2018, more than 500,000 guests visit this popular destination each year. Luray Cave and caverns are located just west of the town of  Luray, Virginia a little over an hour drive from Washington DC, […]

Travel, Virginia

Save Yourself a Trip to England and Visit This Replica of Stonehenge Located in Virginia

With a history dating back 4,500 years Stonehenge has many different meanings to people today. Some see it as a wonder of the world, other search a spiritual peace here and to most it is a source of inspiration. But no one can deny that the Stone Circle is a masterpiece of engineering, and building it would have taken huge […]

Blue Ridge, Hikes, Travel, Virginia

The Oldest Tourist Destination in the United States is Located Right Here in Virginia

Back in 1774 for the small fee of 20 shillings, Thomas Jefferson purchased the Natural Bridge and 157 surrounding acres from King George III, built a two-room cabin on the property as a retreat for himself and his guests, making Virginia’s Natural Bridge one of the oldest tourist destinations in the United States. He described the bridge as “the most […]

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A Little More Than a Quarter Mile Hike in Massachusetts Leads to Marvelous Views of Five States

With over 1,000 conserved acres The Phelon Memorial Forest or as locals call it Blueberry Hill, is the second largest New England Forestry Foundation’s community forest right behind Hersey Mountain in New Hampshire. As Russell E. Phelon (the generous investor who gave this property to the Foundation in 1984) wanted it, The Forest Foundation manages the forest for timber while […]

Florida, Travel

There is a 60 Year Old Time Capsule Buried in The Capital of Florida State Park

Tallahassee, the State Capital of Florida, is nestled among the rolling hills of northwest Florida and was founded in 1821.  The town became Florida’s capital city in 1824. Located in the center of the eight-county “Big Bend” area and between Pensacola and St. Augustine, the capitals of West Florida and East Florida, Tallahassee is only 20 miles away from the […]