Historical

Make yesteryear relevant on a historical vacation

History provokes excitement and curiosity, in different ways, in different destinations. There are historic landmarks you can study, buildings you can tour and artifacts you can examine thanks to Bluegreen Vacations. But it is your imagination that makes history come alive. And as a vacation owner you can put your imagination to the test on history vacations in places like New Orleans; Charleston, South Carolina; Williamsburg, Virginia; Savannah, Georgia; and St. Augustine, Florida. Now is the time to plan a historically great vacation.

Drink from the ‘Fountain of Youth’ in St. Augustine, Florida

Drink from the ‘Fountain of Youth’ in St. Augustine, Florida
St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in the United States. Settled in 1565, the area actually was first explored by Juan Ponce de Leon, the Spanish governor of Puerto Rico, in 1513. As the apocryphal story goes, Ponce de Leon came to the area in search of the elusive Fountain of Youth. Visitors to St. Augustine today will have no trouble finding that “fountain.” Learn More

Interact with history in Williamsburg, Virginia

Interact with history in Williamsburg, Virginia
Historic Williamsburg offers you the chance to truly live in the 18th century. The cobblestoned settlement is populated with actors playing residents of the 1700s with an impeccable air of authenticity right down to their shoe buckles. Complete with preserved and restored original buildings, this town is alive with tradition as one of the largest living history museums in the world. Learn More

Walk streets planned by James Oglethorpe in Savannah, Georgia

Walk streets planned by James Oglethorpe in Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, founded in 1733 as seed of the colony of Georgia, is the first U.S. city developed through urban planning. It’s also is the birthplace of American higher education and the industrial movement, not to mention the Girl Scouts. Savannah’s incomparable Old South beauty has gained the favor of presidents, generals and artists. Learn More