A1A to The Florida Keys

Here at Fun Roads, we make sure our TV crews spend lots of time in Florida… especially the part that’s south of Miami. Exploring the Everglades, the Florida Keys and side road trips across I75’s Alligator Alley to the Gulf Coast lets you experience Florida’s best from laid-back Key West to the glamor of Marco Island. So […]

The Steamtown National Historic Site

While Fun Roads abound in the serene, rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania; one of the best places to experience some living history is abroad an authentic 1920s coal-powered train. Just outside of Scranton PA is The Steamtown National Historic Site where a trip of a lifetime awaits you on the Moscow Excursion….. a coal-fired steam locomotive […]

Pecos National Monument in Las Vegas, N.M.

When Fun Roads rolled into Las Vegas, New Mexico we saw the latest page in the long and colorful history of the Wild West.  It’s a quiet little town that has a closet full of skeletons. Las Vegas is North Central New Mexico about an hour east of Santa Fe along I-25. Back in 1886 Las Vegas was […]

New Mexico’s Space Museum

At the edge of the rugged cliff’s of the Sacramento Mountains, overlooking the sprawling white sands of the Chihuahuan Desert in New Mexico’s Tularosa Basin is a five-story golden cube of glass that’s impossible to miss. The New Mexico Museum of Space History is a national sentry for education, collecting, preserving, and interpreting significant artifacts […]