The 16 Most Historic Southern Bars Worth Traveling For

Spend an evening soaking up the ambiance and history of a century-old venue, where patrons just like yourself sat enjoying a brew hundreds of years prior. While some of these bars may have changed ownership, functioned as a different business or even closed their doors for a time, each of these establishments embraces its rich history and traditions while providing an authentic experience for every patron that walks through the door. [...]

Amelia Island Is Home to Oldest Saloon in Florida

Amelia Island's The Palace Saloon was the last American tavern to close during Prohibition, and it survived that dry era as an ice cream parlor. Once a favorite haunt of the Carnegies, the Rockefellers and other socialites, The Palace Saloon is still operating today. In fact, it's one of the frequent stops on the Amelia Island Museum of History’s weekly walking tours of Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach. [...]