Treasures of the Historic Southeast

Why hibernate for the winter when you can simply head south instead? Visit the American Southeast and discover the places and experiences this vibrant region has to offer, from Midcentury Modern architecture tours to American Indian sites to quaint shops and restaurants in historic towns and cities—all of which were included in Preservation magazine’s winter 2019 issue as part of the "Treasures of the Southeast" advertising special.

  1. Photo By: Courtesy Prince George's County, Maryland

    Prince George's County, Maryland

    Experience, expand, and explore Prince George’s County. Neighbor to our nation’s capital, Prince George’s is filled with amazing historic sites like the National Colonial Farm, College Park Aviation Museum, Surratt House, Riversdale, Montpelier Mansion, Darnall’s Chance, and more.

  2. Photo By: Courtesy Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

    Jamestown & Yorktown, Virginia

    History is fun at Jamestown Settlement and American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. These two living history museums tell the story of our nation's beginnings through film, gallery exhibits, and living history in recreated outdoor settings.

  3. Photo By: Courtesy Visit Natchez

    Natchez, Mississippi

    High on the bluffs overlooking the majestic Mississippi River, the city of Natchez offers visitors an unforgettable experience of the American South. With over three centuries of history, Natchez has an extraordinary collection of historic buildings, antebellum mansions, National Park sites, Indian burial mounds, and more.

  4. Photo By: Courtesy Georgia Department of Natural Resources

    Alpine Helen, Georgia

    Hardman Farm is home to the second-most-recognized feature in all of Georgia: the Sautee Nacoochee Indian Mound. Built in 1870 by Captain Nichols, the mansion is a prime example of Italianate architecture. The state of Georgia acquired the site in 1999 and began a full-scale renovation, opening it in 2014.

  5. Photo By: Courtesy Central Florida CVB

    Central Florida

    From orange blossoms to sparkling lakes and from architecture to culinary adventures, Central Florida offers a full array of authentic experiences. The region is home to historic Bok Tower Gardens, Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, the Safari Wilderness cageless zoo, and much more.

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