Touring Downton Abbey

As a fan of the show, I couldn’t resist a chance to visit the ACTUAL Downton Abbey…or in real life…Highclere Castle. I show you around the castle grounds and talk all about what is inside this historic (and now pop culture relevant) castle! Get this episode’s free Travel Guide 🗺 or send a coffee☕️: https://withkoji.com/@Walk_with_HistoryContinue reading “Touring Downton Abbey”

What Belongs in the British Museum?

With limited time available, Jenn visited some of the most famous artifacts on display at the British Museum to include the Rosetta Stone, Greek sculptures from the Acropolis, and an Easter Island statue. This is a museum you could devote multiple days too…but if you only have a few hours, then here are the thingsContinue reading “What Belongs in the British Museum?”

Walking the Churchill War Rooms

Touring the Churchill War Rooms was an absolute treasure and an experience you can’t pass up if you are a history fan in London. Visit: https://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/churchill-war-rooms Get this episode’s Travel Guide 🗺 or send a coffee☕️: https://withkoji.com/@Walk_with_History 🙌🏻 We appreciate every little bit of support 🙏🏻 Intro: 0:00Parliament Square: 0:17Entrance of Churchill War Rooms: 1:07ChurchillContinue reading “Walking the Churchill War Rooms”

Elephant Man London Locations

Joseph Merrick, sometimes mistakenly called John Merrick, was widely known as the Elephant Man. His deformities and the way people treated him because of them, led him to a hard life. I retrace his footsteps in London and try to see what he saw. Get this episode’s Travel Guide 🗺 or send a coffee☕️: https://withkoji.com/@Walk_with_HistoryContinue reading “Elephant Man London Locations”

Charles Dickens’ London Life

Exploring London and walking in the footsteps of Charles Dickens was exactly like walking back in time to the Victorian Era. Join us as we explore the places that the famous author lived and worked in London, England. Charles Dickens Museum Learn something? ☕️ Donate a cup of coffee 🙌🏻 We appreciate every little bitContinue reading “Charles Dickens’ London Life”

Living in London with Jane Austen

Walking in the London footsteps of Jane Austen was an absolute thrill. Join us as we visit the very locations where Jane Austen wrote some of her most famous works. Learn something? ☕️ Donate a cup of coffee 🙌🏻 We appreciate every little bit of support 🙏🏻 Intro: 0:00Sense and Sensibility: 0:19Emma: 1:24Mansfield Park: 3:21JaneContinue reading “Living in London with Jane Austen”

American Civil War Museum Virtual Tour – Richmond, Virginia

TLDR: This museum is FANTASTIC! You should go. We got to visit the American Civil War Museum in conjunction with the White House of the Confederacy and it made the perfect day trip with our family. This is an incredibly well done museum with interactive exhibits for kids. AWCM.org Learn something? 🎥 Donate a cupContinue reading “American Civil War Museum Virtual Tour – Richmond, Virginia”

The Civil War White House of the South – Richmond, Virginia

We visit the White House of the Confederacy and home to Jefferson Davis and his family for 4 years in Richmond, Virginia. The fact that this civil war mansion was preserved for hundreds of years and that we walked where Davis (and President Lincoln) walked was amazing. Learn something? 🎥 Donate a cup of coffeeContinue reading “The Civil War White House of the South – Richmond, Virginia”

Oliver Hazard Perry’s gravesite and more

Island Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Rhode Island and we visited some larger than life historical figures there! From Oliver Hazard Perry and the “Hero of Little Round Top” to the woman credited for helping build the Brooklyn Bridge and the archeologist that uncovered Tutankhamun’s burial chambers….it was an adventure! Learn something? 🎥 DonateContinue reading “Oliver Hazard Perry’s gravesite and more”

Lizzie Borden house, history, and gravesite

Arrested for the murder of her parents, Lizzie Borden was acquitted…but with a lot of questions as to how and why. Join us as we visit the Borden house and the gravesite of one of the trials of the century. Plan your visit: https://lizzie-borden.com/ Learn something? 🎥 Donate a cup of coffee to a tankContinue reading “Lizzie Borden house, history, and gravesite”