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Lincoln may be famous for Husker football, but Nebraska's capital city also welcomes visitors with free attractions for history buffs and families on a budget. Here are five free things to see and do in Lincoln.
Most tourists making a summer trip to Alaska will pass through Anchorage on their way to cruises, Denali National Park and other scenic adventures. While in Alaska's biggest city, there are plenty of free things to do.
Looking for a budget-minded beach bumming location? Several serene towns along the Atlantic offer it all, with a dash of the rainbow flag thrown in for color.
Yes, there is more to New York than the Yankees, Broadway and Coney Island. Head north to discover central and upstate New York and you’ll stumble upon craft beer, internationally acclaimed opera, artisan cheese-making and a whole lot more.
You’ll find quaint mud-plastered homes, endless shades of brown and turquoise, and plenty of free sights and experiences in New Mexico’s capital city.
Athens ... Ohio? Not typically considered the hotbed of culinary invention, but if you’re seeking comfort food, look no further than this charming southern Ohio town.
Once regarded as "The Second City of the British Empire," Scotland remains a well-preserved example of Victorian excess and enlightenment, offering numerous museums and art galleries, of which more than 20 are free to visit.
Whatever you’re doing on vacation, chances are there’s a made-up word to describe it. Combine honeymoon and volunteering, you get honeyteering. Combine business and leisure, you get bleisure.
A recovering economy and the return of business traveler spending have helped to drive up the cost of a good night’s rest. But that doesn’t mean that hotel stays need to break the bank. Here are some tips to save on your family’s summer lodging.
EDGE heads to the New York Times Travel Show. Join travel editor Matthew Wexler for tips on your next LGBT getaway.
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