This week’s top 5 travel experiences: Visiting Denmark’s LEGO house, Savannah’s special cemetery and Maasai culture in Kenya

travel experiences in Savannah

Every week, we write about experiences travellers can have all over the world. Here are some of our favourites from this week:

Wander amongst the statues and spirits of a historic cemetery

Bonaventure Cemetery is not just a resting place for Savannah’s past residents; it’s a sculpture garden, a history book, and an art gallery all in one. Its peaceful atmosphere makes it a reflective escape from the city. With elaborate mausoleums, hauntingly beautiful statues, and gravesites telling stories of love, loss, and legacy, it’s a place where art and nature intertwine in quiet harmony.

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Experience Maasai culture in Narok

Narok County offers an immersive cultural experience with the Maasai community. Participate in traditional dances, visit a Maasai village, or learn about their pastoral way of life. This cultural exchange provides insights into the customs and traditions that have shaped this community for centuries.

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Ride America’s oldest funicular

Ride the historic Monongahela Incline for a step back in time and a spectacular view of Pittsburgh’s skyline. As the oldest continuously operating funicular in the USA, it’s a charming nod to the city’s industrial past.

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All aboard the historical rails in Prince George, BC

The Prince George Railway Museum in British Columbia captures the essence of rail travel’s golden era. Explore meticulously restored carriages, learn about the railway’s impact on Canadian history, and take a nostalgic journey through time.

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Unleash your inner child at LEGO House in Billund

LEGO is one of the most famous inventions from Denmark, and you can discover its origins and have fun at the LEGO House in Billund. This attraction is a giant playground for kids and adults alike, where you can build creative structures with millions of LEGO bricks, explore different zones with different themes and admire amazing LEGO models. You can also take photos at the LEGO Square or visit the LEGO Store for some souvenirs.

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