Connecticut’s PEZ Visitor Center & Manufacturing Facility

The building is marked by a striking sign made of three stacked over-sized packages of the iconic candy. In the entrance, where tickets for the self-guided tour can be purchased, visitors pass by a colorful floor to ceiling wall holding over 700 PEZ dispensers before passing into the Visitor’s Center where they come face-to-face with […]

Stockholm Day Trip: Scandinavian History in Uppsala

About a 40 minute train ride north from Stockholm’s Central Station, Uppsala is largely known as a university town, but it is also home to numerous historical and cultural sites. Uppsala Cathedral (“Domkyrka”), the largest and tallest church in Scandinavia, is located at Domkyrkoplan, a short walk from the train station. The rose-hued Gothic towers […]

Atlanta’s World of Coca-Cola

The original World of Coca-Cola was relocated to Pemberton Place, a 20-acre site developed by the company and named after John S. Pemberton, the pharmacist who invented the original Coca-Cola formula, from its original Underground Atlanta location in 2007. Prior to the beginning of the self-guided tour, guests are corralled into the Coca-Cola Loft, a […]

The Stockholm Card: Stockholmskortet

The Stockholm Card offers the best value for any visitor looking to take in the city’s main attractions. The card covers the admittance fee to nearly every museum, including the some of the more popular ones like the Vasa Museum, the National Museum, Skansen and the Modern Art Museum. Without the Stockholm Card, normal museum […]

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