Dennis Hopper’s Former Home Interior in Venice, Calif.
The upper level of actor Dennis Hopper’s former residence, studio and gallery was intended for private use, with a bridge connecting the living room and kitchen with the bedroom suite. It was designed so natural light from the numerous skylights could illuminate both levels.
Photo By: Larry Underhill
Sleepy Hollow, NY: 5 Towns with Spooky Names
The setting of the famous Washington Irving short story, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," this village in southern New York embraces its literary legend. Take a lantern-lit walking tour (given April through November) through Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, where Irving is laid to rest, or check out a famous spot from Dark Shadows: the vampire Barnabas Collins' crypt. Things really get creepy in October, though, when the Horseman's Hollow "haunted experience" transforms a local historic home (pictured) into a terrifying tour through the Headless Horseman's Sleepy Hollow. Horseman's Hollow is only for the most intrepid thrill-seekers, but events like the Sleepy Hollow Haunted Hayride are available for those looking for Halloween fun without heart-stopping terror -- though don't be surprised if this hayride has a Headless Horseman sighting!
You always feel special when you enter Greystone, either for an event, film or to see the play
The Manor — Murder and Madness at Greystone Mansion.
Photo By: the City of Beverly Hills
National World War II Museum
The National WWII Museum opened on the anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 2000. The museum was the brainchild of the late best-selling author Stephen Ambrose, and was originally planned as the National D-Day Museum. It offers in-depth historical accounts of all 19 amphibious operations on D-Day, as well as an extensive collection of artifacts and educational material. The unique exhibits focus on personal stories and reflect on the soldiers as individuals. The museum also features a one-of-a-kind panorama to allow the visitor to feel the scope of the famous beaches from that fateful day.
Photo By: the National World War II Museum
Jolie, Phillip, Janie and Amie Sikes
Portrait of Jolie and Amie and Mom and Dad in the newly decorated living room.
The hotel was once "a city unto itself" and guests often booked longterm stays and never left the property.
Photo By: The Oxford Hotel
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville
With its impressive memorabilia, rare recordings and exhibits tracing country music’s history, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will take you deep into the genre’s past while celebrating its future.
Photo By: Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
As seen on GAC's Junk Gypsies, The Junk Gypsy Company's #1 employee Archie Allen's with her display. (portrait)