Just returned from a trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was a fantastic trip punctuated by great fall weather. A trip to the battlefield is a must to anyone with even a mild interest in Civil War history. It is truly overwhelming and humbling.
The traffic congestion was also a bit overwhelming. 1.5 million people visit each year - it appeared to me that all 1.5 million showed up at the same time.
The trip got me to thinking about tourism and history. It's a big business. Which of course led me to the inevitable question:
What historical assets does New Albany have that (are/should be/could be) tourist destinations?